Will coalition supporting legitimacy disintegrate into bilateral agreements with a weak authority?

Yemeni pro-government fighters from the UAE-trained Giants Brigade, gather on the outskirts of Ataq city on January 28, 2022 [SALEH AL-OBEIDI/AFP via Getty Images]

The past week has witnessed remarkable developments on the Yemeni scene, the most prominent of which was the signing of a surprising agreement for military and security cooperation and combating terrorism, between the UAE and Yemen, on the side-lines of a visit by the Minister of Defence, Lieutenant General Mohsen Al-Daari, and the Minister of Legal Affairs, Ahmed Arman, and on the other side was the UAE Minister of Justice, who signed the agreement, on behalf of the Emirati Minister of Defence Affairs. This is a dangerous indication of the possibility that the Coalition Supporting Legitimacy will disintegrate and the two countries of the coalition will resort to making bilateral agreements with a fragile, weak and fully controlled authority. This […] Source

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