Yemen

Interview – Ibrahim Jalal

E-International Relations • Mar 16 2021 • Features

Ibrahim Jalal sets out the challenges facing the unity government in Yemen, the UAE’s influence, and the Houthi response to the pandemic.

The Human Cost of Remote Warfare in Yemen

Baraa Shiban and Camilla Molyneux • Feb 16 2021 • Articles

Remote warfare operations in Yemen have led to the deaths of thousands of civilians, along with having significant economic, educational and mental health implications for impacted communities.

The Crime of Hunger: Yemen’s Humanitarian Crisis

Johan Leijon • Sep 17 2020 • Articles

The situation in Yemen exemplifies the effect of human involvement and shows that mass hunger is actor-driven and not a natural phenomenon.

Opinion – Civil War’s Splinters Indicate a Fractured Future for Yemen

Poornima Balasubramanian • Sep 12 2020 • Articles

Yemen’s seemingly fractured future holds nothing but catastrophe to its people if attempts at seeking a political resolution do not succeed.

The “Drone” Lexicon

Joseph Chapa • Sep 30 2019 • Articles

The term, “drone,” is often unhelpful and is useful only to the degree that those who use it clarify the sub-categories within it that are actually at stake.

Environmental (In)Security in the Middle East

Adriana Seagle • May 15 2019 • Articles

Environmental issues are interlinked with social and political struggles across the region, and water and food security are areas in which countries have common interests.

The United Nations and Middle Eastern Security

Allison Miller • Nov 25 2018 • Articles

With the presence of ISIS winding down, the war in Yemen, increasing conflict between Israelis and Palestinians and other regional issues the UN is able to fill the role of a moderating third party.

Drone Technology and the Trump Doctrine

Mary Ellen O'Connell and Brian Boyd • Jun 29 2017 • Articles

Trump is not breaking new ground in using greater lethal force than predecessors and ignoring international law, rather taking the direction towards a logical conclusion.

Deadly Stalemate in Yemen

Charles Schmitz • Dec 19 2016 • Articles

Yemen’s faltering economy desperately requires sustained, well-coordinated efforts to rebuild a country devastated by war and facing a humanitarian crisis.

Interview – Stacey Philbrick Yadav

E-International Relations • Jul 17 2016 • Features

Stacey Philbrick Yadav discusses the roots of the conflict in Yemen, assesses the key actors involved, and condemns the US’s role in supporting the Saudi-led coalition.

Behemoth vs. Leviathan: RIP R2P?

Uriel Abulof • Jan 6 2016 • Articles

Ten years after its birth, R2P is dying, falling prey to its own antinomies: It has promised Locke, prescribed Leviathan, and practiced Behemoth.

The Arab Uprisings Five Years After

Martin Beck • Dec 1 2015 • Articles

In several Arab countries transformation is dominated, by political violence. The polity has broken down—the central state fails to deliver security to its citizens.

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