American-made bombs are killing civilians, destroying infrastructure, and fueling anger against the U.S. in Yemen. Jane Ferguson reports on the effects of the U.S.-backed Saudi coalition bombing campaign and the resentment against the U.S. that it causes among Yemenis.

Time for a reckoning in Yemen. Stephen Rapp urges an end to U.S. arming of the Saudi coalition because of their crimes in Yemen.

On North Korea and Iran, hubris continues to haunt American security policy. Steven Metz identifies several of the lessons from the last two decades that U.S. policymakers have failed to learn from previous failed policies.