Washington has decided to establish an Arabic army before an Arab League, in order to keep trade under control and steer the clashes.
Following the operation on Yemen by Saudi Arabia, Washington has decided to establish an Arab army as a part of its Greater Middle Eastern Project. Washington has reportedly told Turkish officials about the importance of having a permanent coalition and an armed quid pro quo force.
Afterwards, Saudi Arabia and Egypt have taken the first step to establish an Arab army. The joint Arab army will supposedly take part in operations that the US does not run in person. The US aims to prevent Houthis from entering the Red Sea and keep Bab-el Mandep under control.