Map: The conflict in Yemen – June 2018

Click below to get the code. Please include an attribution to Delayed Gratification and a link with this graphic.

Click here to enlarge Hover over image to zoom

On 13th June 2018 anti-Houthi forces backed by the UAE began an assault on Yemen’s port city of Hodeidah, significantly escalating the country’s brutal civil war. Not only one of the most destructive conflict of recent times, it’s also one of the most complex.

Scroll over the map above to see a detailed breakdown of the various combatants and their allies, both internal and external to Yemen, and the regions they controlled at the time. And for an in-depth explanation of the war’s background, including the reasons behind the intervention of Saudi Arabia and crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, see our report from Middle East analyst Peter Salisbury, from DG #31.

This map was illustrated by Christian Tate and published in DG#31. Pick up a copy in our online shop or take out an annual subscription using the promotion code ‘SLOWNEWSDAY’ for 10 percent off.

 

What
is DG?

And save 25% off the single issue price

Honed design, relaxed writing and an almanac approach to the passing years”
Observer

Jam-packed with information... a counterpoint to the speedy news feeds we've grown accustomed to”
Creative Review

A slower, more reflective type of journalism”
Creative Review

A chic magazine with fine infographics and long stories”
Die Zeit

A very cool magazine... It's like if Greenland Sharks made a newspaper”
Qi podcast

A fantastic publication that puts current events into perspective”
Qi podcast

Quality, intelligence and inspiration: the trilogy that drives the makers of Delayed Gratification”
El Mundo

Refreshing... parries the rush of 24-hour news with 'slow journalism'”
The Telegraph

A leisurely (and contrary) look backwards over the previous three months”
The Telegraph

Perhaps we could all get used to this Delayed idea...”
BBC Radio 4 - Today Programme

Everyone should read this magazine”
Stacks Magazine

Wonderful title and wonderful concept”
BBC Two