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Chinese Report: Houthi Attacks Expose American Inadequacies and Raise Questions About Foreign Policy



A Chinese news agency published a report highlighting the United States’ policy of silence regarding the strikes (Houthi) its forces are receiving in the Red Sea from the Yemeni armed forces led by the Houthis, according to the Chinese report.


The report pointed out that the U.S. military has adopted what it called a “strategy of silence” in the face of consecutive attacks by the Yemeni (Houthi) armed forces in the Red Sea area. This has raised questions about the effectiveness and direction of U.S. foreign policy in the region.





According to the report, “the U.S. military previously followed a policy of immediate response to any attack targeting it. However, in light of recent attacks by the Houthis, the Americans chose to remain silent, raising questions about the reasons behind this shift in military policy.”



The report noted that “the Houthi armed forces launched two anti-ship ballistic missiles in the Red Sea, which did not cause any damage or losses to U.S. and coalition ships. Despite repeated attacks, the U.S. military has not taken any military action in response to these attacks.” This is in contrast to Washington’s military responses in previous wars, where it acted with excessive force to intimidate its adversaries. However, the situation with the Yemeni forces is different.


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According to the Chinese site, the reason is that “the Yemeni (Houthi) armed forces possess a wide range of offensive methods, making traditional military responses ineffective against them. Therefore, the U.S. military’s choice of silence reflects an inability to strategically direct its efforts to face new threats in the region.”


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The recent developments have raised questions about the United States’ ability to address security challenges in the Middle East, especially in light of the declining American support for its traditional allies in the region and its shift toward a policy of silence and lack of direct military response.


In light of these developments, concerns are growing among Americans and their allies in the region regarding the future of American dominance in the Middle East.

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