Mattis Calls For Ceasefire In Yemen 'Within 30 Days'Chris Menahan
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Don't count on this move towards peace getting much praise from the press.
From the Free Beacon:
Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday called on all participants in Yemen's civil war to reach a ceasefire and meet for peace talks.
"We've got to move toward a peace effort here, and you can't say we're going to do it sometime in the future," Mattis added. "We need to be doing this in the next 30 days. We've admired this problem for long enough down there, and I believe that the Saudis and the Emirates are ready, and in fact had the Houthis not walked out of the last effort that Martin Griffiths had going, we'd probably be on our way there right now."Our president gets zero credit for not getting us into any more stupid wars. He's also taken concrete steps to deescalate the situation with North Korea -- despite the media demanding we go to war.
I'd like if he was more aggressive about ending the wars from previous administrations, but I can't complain about him taking two (or three) steps forward for one step back.
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