Labeled as the "worst humanitarian crisis" by the United Nations, the Yemen crisis has become a
conflict that has caused many casualties, destruction, violence, and anarchy. Divided into two main
blocks, the Saudi-led military coalition with the support of the United States and the United Arab
Emirates fought against the Houthi rebels who are allegedly supported by Iran. Interventions from
various countries have caused suspicion of the hidden agendas within the conflict. From a
geopolitical point of view, this conflict is considered strategic for the interests of the countries
involved, thus prolonging the course of the conflict and making it difficult to achieve a resolution for
the Yemeni Civil War. This research aims to analyze conflicts of interest in the Yemeni Civil War to
achieve a conflict resolution. To analyze the interests of the parties involved, the writing team used
qualitative methods using secondary data.