As revolution sweeps through the Middle East, we're looking at the influence the United States has on these areas. We're speaking with Chester A. Crocker, professor of strategic studies at Georgetown University.
When Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh fled his country due to wounds suffered in a raid, his supporters said he'd be able to return to the country within a matter of days, but that may not be true. What does this mean for Yemen's future?
Jubilant crowds took to the streets in Yemen over the weekend, celebrating the departure of President Ali Abdullah Saleh, but it's unclear whether the man who ruled the country with an iron fist for 33 years will try to return.
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