Articles

2014

May 8 Stories of Civilians Killed by US Drone Strikes in Yemen – Policy Mic

April The March of the Houthis – The Majalla

April Could This Rare Moment of Dialogue in the Arab and Islamic Worlds Open up for Unity? – Your Middle East

March Sanctioning You Know Who – The Majalla

February Two of One, Six of the Other – The Majalla

January Yemen’s Bedouin Tribes Are Getting Sick Of US Drone Strikes – VICE

January Yemen’s Absent Angry Young – The Majalla

2013

December All Talk at Yemen’s National Dialogue – The Majalla

December Yemen’s Deadly New Normal – The Majalla

November Keeping Yemen’s Lights On – The Majalla

October Yemeni Street Artist Uses Sana’a Walls to Remember the Disappeared – The Guardian

October Blessing in Disguise: End of Saudi Aid to Yemen – Al-Jazeera English

October Showdown in Sana’a – The Majalla

September The Dead and the Disappeared – The Majalla

August Beyond al-Qaeda, the Real Yemen – Common Ground News

August C’est La Vie in Sana’a – The Majalla

July Girl’s Online Plea Highlights Plight of Yemen’s Child Brides – BBC News

JuneThe More they Stay the Same – The Majalla

MayTrapped in Limbo – The Majalla

AprilUS Drones Strain on Yemeni’s Dual Loyalties – BBC News

AprilOne Down, Five to Go – The Majalla

MarchYemeni National Dialogue Billed as Opportunity for Nation-Wide Problem-Solving – Common Ground News

MarchThe Impossible (?) Challenge to Unite Yemen – Your Middle East

MarchDrone Strikes in Yemen and Pakistan: Collateral Damage? – Fair Observer

JanuaryYemen in 2013 – The Majalla

2012

DecemberSectarianism Intrudes – The Majalla

SeptemberIs Aid Good for Yemen? – The Guardian

JulyOn the Destruction of Speaker’s Corner – Kabobfest

MayYemen Must Try to Repair its Deadly North-South Divide – The Guardian

MarchMerah is a Product of France, Not Islam – Kabobfest

MarchUsing Dialogue to Boost Yemen’s Economy – Common Ground News

FebruarySaudi Interest in its Yemeni Neighbour – Fair Observer

FebruaryTabloid Islamophobia in the UK – Kabobfest

JanuaryYemen Rises Up Against its Mini-Dictators – The Guardian

January New ‘Parallel Revolution’ Against Corruption – Al-Jazeera English

JanuarySaleh Gone: What Next? – Kabobfest

JanuaryBouazizi: A Year On – Fair Observer

JanuaryLet’s Talk About Sectarianism, Baby – Kabobfest

2011

DecemberDoes the GCC Deal Portend Democracy for Yemen – Fair Observer

DecemberWill a United Government Lead Yemen to Peace – Common Ground News

OctoberTawakkol Karman: Nobel Peace Prize Laureate – Al-Jazeera English

OctoberGaddafi & Libya Through Western Eyes – Kabobfest

OctoberThe Irrelevance of Anwar al-Awlaki – Al-Jazeera English

OctoberNobel Prize Winning Arabs – Kabobfest

SeptemberYemeni Conflict: Dangers of an Escalation – IWPR

SeptemberYemen’s Young People are the Country’s Brightest Hope – The Guardian

SeptemberExplaining the Silence on Yemen – Al-Jazeera English

SeptemberLook Who’s Back – Kabobfest

SeptemberGaddafi: Fall of a Tyrant – Kabobfest

AugustTaking a Chance on a Democratic Yemen – Al-Jazeera English

AugustThis is not the London Spring – Kabobfest

JuneA Syrian Refugee Camp in Turkey – Kabobfest

JuneWhat Comes Next for Yemen? – Kabobfest

JuneAttack on Saleh May be a Sign of Further Unrest – CommentMidEast

MayMass Protests Build the Resistance in Yemen – Socialist Worker

AprilFreedom isn’t Free in Yemen – Kabobfest

AprilDear GCC: Yemen Can’t Trust Saleh – Kabobfest

AprilAttacks Won’t Stop Yemen – Kabobfest

AprilLimbo in Yemen – Kabobfest

AprilYou Should be Proud of Yemen – Kabobfest

AprilYemen: Is this the End Game? – Kabobfest

AprilProtest Camp in Sana’a – Kabobfest

AprilUncertainty in Sana’a – Kabobfest

JanuaryThe Flame of the Arab Revolution – CommentMidEast

JanuaryMa’salamah Ben Ali – CommentMidEast

2010

DecemberYemen in the Undesirable Centre Stage – CommentMidEast

DecemberEgypt’s Mirage of Democracy – CommentMidEast

SeptemberNumber of Internally Displaced People Increases in Yemen – CommentMidEast

SeptemberThe First Arab World Cup should not be in Qatar – CommentMidEast

SeptemberThe Case of the Baradei Bikini – CommentMidEast

AugustArab, Disabled, and Invisible – CommentMidEast

AugustThank the Lord for the UK – CommentMidEast

AugustSo, Amr Diab for President? – CommentMidEast

JulyYemen: Unhappily Thrust into the International Spotlight – CommentMidEast

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