The United Nations Security Council has passed a resolution banning arms sales to Houthis, who condemned the move. They described it as a move that supports "aggression".

At the same time, Iran said it will present a peace plan for Yemen. It involves a ceasefire, humanitarian assistance, a dialogue between Yemeni factions and a broad-based government.

But can the UN resolution change things on the ground? And what is behind Tehran's plan?

Presenter: Shiulie Ghosh


Khaled Batarfi - senior columnist at the Saudi Gazette

Mohammad Marandi - professor at the University of Tehran

Dana Stuster - policy analyst at the National Security Network. Dana writes extensively on the Middle East for Foreign Policy magazine

Source: Al Jazeera