At the Carnegie website, Ahmed Nagi has just published a commentary marking the fifth anniversary of the Saudi-led coalition’s intervention in Yemen. Nagi, a nonresident scholar at the Carnegie Middle East Center, has been covering all dimensions of the Yemeni conflict for Carnegie, and, most recently, published an article for Diwan on the rise of internal borders in Yemen. His view of the Saudi-led coalition’s campaign is that it “has still not achieved its announced goal: defeating the Houthi rebels and restoring Yemen’s legitimate government. Instead, the Saudi coalition has become fragmented by conflicts of interests among its members, allowing the Houthis to advance on several fronts.”