Yemen has been in this on going war since Sunday, March 22 2015. It has been a very messy and brutal war which the U.S. has weighed in to help. The refusal of Hadi's government to accept Kerry's truce could mean that the war will continue indefinitely. If peace efforts do not prevail by then, Hadi may attempt to hold out and take a gamble on the policies of a new administration in Washington. After initially denying involvement, Saudi Arabia eventually admitted its role in the attack. This war is still going on and is yet to come to an end. This means the poverty, and the struggle is going to be going on for a while until this war comes to an end.
I choose the Yemen conflict because it sounded very fascinating and I felt that not a lot of people know about this conflict. Doing research about the Yemen crisis was sort of difficult for many reasons. For starters finding information that I needed was hard because the stuff that kept coming up wasn't anything I needed. Getting the right information and getting interesting things too also was a little hard. There was stuff that I found interesting to look up though. Like looking up stuff about the Yemen population, and the poverty. Doing all of this made me think that modern day revolutions are just like the older revolutions, and they usually start the same way and end the same too.