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The exit of the late Kuwaiti emir and crown prince in August 1990 is considered the most important step which killed invader Saddam Hussein’s dream of eliminating the legitimacy of the Kuwaiti state. After invading Kuwait, the then-Iraqi president tried with all possible means to impose his legitimacy.

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Yemen: Too much donor aid on paper, not enough in practice
Economics

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It’s been four years since Yemen witnessed a popular revolt against corruption and injustice. But Yemen has not stabilized since. Back in September 2012, hopes were high that Yemen was on the path to political transition.

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The GCC woke up late to the Yemen threat
Yemen Politics

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Iranian-backed Shiite Houthi rebels have successfully achieved their goal while the Arab World was sleeping. Under the pretense of seeking a more inclusive government, they have taken control of the country, including its capital Sanaa.

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Houthis anxiously search for allies in Yemen
Yemen Politics

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A political leader clinging to power at all costs and against all odds is a familiar story in the Arab world, but during his 33 years in power Ali Abdullah Saleh was unrivalled in mastering the skill of shifting alliances and turning his opponents against one another.

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Distributing development aid in Yemen: a mission in difficult times
Yemen Politics

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We have just published the third quarterly report of the Executive Bureau (EB), which is in charge of monitoring donors’ aid and implementing policy reform in Yemen.

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Fighting the Culture of Corruption in Yemen
Economics

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Fiscal and administrative corruption continues to strain the Yemeni economy; the very same corruption that was a major driver for the 2011 street protests and the ouster of the most recent national unity government.

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Yemen: What next?
Yemen Politics

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More than 1,500 Yemenis died in political conflicts in 2014, the most since 2011 uprisings which saw the deaths of some 2,000 protesters before driving the country's long-time dictator from office.

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Raising the Quality of Education in Yemen
Culture

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When I first arrived in Sana’a in early 2012, I met with many segments of Yemeni society; including political leaders, civil society organizations, youth, and women leaders and, of course, the new government.

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Iran’s Dangerous Game in Yemen
Yemen Politics

Irans Dangerous Game in Yemen

“Yemen is simple,” says a European diplomat working on a report for NATO on the war-torn nation. “The Saudis feed the Yemenis and the Iranians arm them. So, what is left for Yemenis to do, except chew qat and fight each other?”

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The Enemy Within: Tackling Schistosomiasis in Yemen
Science & Health

The Enemy Within Tackling Schistosomiasis in Yemen

In the unsettling horror movie Alien, an alien invades and hides within the human body, eventually causing great devastation.

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The challenge of delivering aid in Yemen
Yemen Politics

The challenge of delivering aid in Yemen

Humanitarian needs in Yemen are huge, but it is also recognised as one of the most difficult places in the world for aid workers to operate in. What to do?

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US: Yemen Drone Strike May Violate Obama Policy
Yemen Politics

US Yemen Drone Strike May Violate Obama Policy

A deadly US drone strike on a December 2013 wedding procession in Yemen raises serious concerns about US forces’ compliance with President Barack Obama’s targeted killing policy, Global Arab Network reports according to Human Rights Watch.

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Can the six regions save Yemen from collapse?
Yemen Politics

National Dialogue Conference Can the six regions save Yemen from collapse

Before the start of the comprehensive National Dialogue Conference in Yemen, some members of the technical committee insisted on beginning with measures to build confidence in the South and normalize the situation in Saada.

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