Category: Yemen

Iona Craig: The Agony of Saada

U.S. and Saudi Bombs Target Yemen’s Ancient Heritage

Florian Zollmann: Yemen in the Crosshairs

Saudi-Arabia’s onslaught on Yemen could not proceed without US and UK support

Nicola Nasser: Time for UN to shift mission in Yemen

Peace in Yemen will continue to be elusive unless the United Nations shifts its mission from sponsoring an inter-Yemeni dialogue to mediating ceasefire negotiations between the actual warring parties, namely Saudi Arabia & allies and the de facto representatives of Yemenis who are fighting to defend their country’s territorial integrity and independent free will, i.e. Read more…

Richard Falk: Yemen pays price for Saudis’ sectarian paranoia

The Shia-Sunni divide or the Riyadh-Tehran rivalry as an explanation of Yemen’s strife-ridden country is a cruel and futile fantasy

Rachelle Marshall: Why Exactly Is the U.S. at War in Yemen?

Supporting Saudi attacks on Yemen is a way for the U.S. to show the Saudis that Iran is still a mutual adversary

Glenn Greenwald: Today’s Civilian Victims in Yemen Will be Ignored Because U.S. and its Allies Are Responsible

From this latest Yemen bombing and so many like it, the resulting differences in worldviews and perspectives isn’t be because “they” are propagandized, but because “we” are

James Petras: Peace Negotiations or War Preparations?

On May 21, 2015, the Colombian Air Force (FAC) bombed the base camp of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) killing 26 guerrillas. Three days later, FAC bombed other FARC bases killing 14 more guerrillas.

Medea Benjamin: Can the UN Talks Bring Peace to Shattered Yemen?

The fighting in Yemen is not just destroying the fabric of that nation; it has broader implications for the region

Florian Zollmann: The Yemen and Crimean Interventions in the Ideological Prisms of the “Liberal” Anglo-American Press

A paired example in which the news media reproduced similar reporting pattern constitutes Saudi-Arabia’s intervention in Yemen in 2015 and Russia’s intervention in the Crimea in 2014

William Boardman: Saudis Try Yemen Peace Initiative

Seldom has such a clear case of criminal war, of naked aggression, drawn such yawns from the world at large

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