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What is the Trump administration’s stance on Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen? Does it differ from that of the previous administration?

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The U.S. has mostly provided low key logistical support and remains a major arms supplier to Saudi Arabia, but has urged restraint in recent times. But, it has avoided a front line combat role and has not emphasized its involvement publicly.

One U.S. warship in the vicinity destroyed an anti-ship missile installation when it was fired upon, but not as part of a larger policy.

The Trump Administration's involvement continues the Obama Administration's involvement with little difference in practice but a somewhat more cautious tone.

  • There were drone strikes on AQAP, not sure if that counts – user4012 Mar 21 '18 at 2:32
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According to this article Trump has gotten more aggressive with drone strikes and loosened the parameters increasing the potential for civilian casualties, definitely not more cautious:

www.newamerica.org/in-depth/americas-counterterrorism-wars/us-targeted-killing-program-yemen/

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