The Beginning of the End of Yemen’s Civil War?

By Peter Salisbury The Riyadh Agreement, signed on 5 November, has averted a war within Yemen’s civil war, at least for the time being. The deal prevents a collapse of the fragile alliance of Yemeni forces that Saudi Arabia has… Continue Reading  

The Ultimate Case For Trump’s Impeachment And Removal From Office

By Lawrence Wilkerson With regard to President Trump’s ill-thought-out plan to host the upcoming G7 meeting at one of his own properties in Doral, FL, Republican Tom Cole exclaimed on Monday: “I think there was a lot of concern. I’m… Continue Reading  

Socotra: Trapped between Environmental Emergency and Geopolitics 

by Nicolas Dunais Listed as both a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a Man and Biosphere Reserve since 2008, the island of Socotra is considered a living laboratory by scientists and has awed the few travellers who have made it… Continue Reading  

Politics by Other Means, Yemeni Style

by James Spencer A widespread depiction of the latest conflict in Yemen as a Sa’udi-Iranian proxy war is simplistic and misleading. In reality the conflict is complex and multi-factional. It is also predominantly domestic in origin and nature. State-sponsored disinformation… Continue Reading  

Murder and Murderers

by Lawrence Wilkerson Last week, Human Rights First and others hosted a panel discussion on Capitol Hill aimed at keeping the brutal murder of Washington Post journalist and Virginia resident Jamal Khashoggi in the forefront of Americans’ thoughts as the… Continue Reading