عنوان مقاله [English]
The positions and foreign policies of great powers have always had a tangible impact on the international and regional systems. The Yemeni crisis began in 2011 on the one hand due to national issues and internal problems and popular dissatisfaction, and on the other hand due to regional and transnational developments, and took on a new form in 2015 with the arrival of transnational actors. Among the transnational actors, the United States, the Arab League led by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Iran play a more prominent role than the other actors. The main question is how the US policy and position on the Yemeni crisis is assessed? The research hypothesis states that the main policy of the United States is to create a balance of power between Saudi Arabia and Iran, and in this regard, to provoke tensions and conflicts between the parties involved to reduce Iran's power and Saudi Arabia's greater dependence on the West. The US approach suggests that escalating tensions are increasing the Arab Gulf states' dependence on the West and US weapons, and that the oil and human resources of the Islamic countries in the region are being spent on destroying each other, a policy that Israel strongly encourages. In the present study, we are trying to analyze the data using descriptive-analytical methods and document analysis. The theoretical framework of the research is focused on using the theory of regional contour and SPIEGEL systems, especially the system of intervening foreign actors. The ultimate goal of the study is to assist the Iranian foreign policy apparatus in planning regional policies.