Tuesday, 19 February , 2019

Yemen

Yemen to face worst humanitarian crisis of 2019: UN

Some 132 million people in 42 countries will need assistance next year, with Yemen topping the list, UN says. by Barbara Bibbo Dec. 4, 2018 Some 132...

Macron and the Air France Experience

By Peter Koenig 21 December 2018 On an Air France flight from Paris to Latin America, the plane is full, mostly with working class Latinos, going...

Yemen: 85,000 Dead Kids

by Charles Pierson December 6, 2018 In Yemen, a place where things couldn’t get worse, things have gotten worse. 85,000 children under the age of five may...

Trump Ramped Up Drone Strikes in America’s Shadow Wars

In his first two years in office, Donald Trump launched 238 drone strikes in Yemen, Pakistan, and Somalia—way beyond what the ‘Drone President’ Barack...

The Unraveling of the Netanyahu Project for the Middle East

By Alastair Crooke 05.11.2018 Nahum Barnea, a leading Israeli commentator, writing in Yedioth Ahronoth in May (in Hebrew), set out, unambiguously, the ‘deal’ behind Trump’s Middle East policy:...

Senate Votes to End Aid for Yemen Fight Over Khashoggi Killing...

By Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Eric Schmitt Dec. 13, 2018 The Senate voted on Thursday to end American military assistance for Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen...

Lobbyists have paid five of the Senators who shot down Yemen...

Roy Blunt, who voted against limiting the US's role in the Yemen war, received $19,200 from pro-Saudi lobbyists in 2017. by Faisal Edroos 29/11/2018 At least five...

Trump’s Alliance with Body-Choppers, Death Squads and Child Killers: Saudi Arabia,...

By James Petras 10.16.2018 Introduction In recent weeks the White House has embraced the contemporary version of the world’s most murderous regimes. President Trump has embraced the...

‘Food Shouldn’t be a Weapon of War’: Charities Warn of US...

26.112018 Five prominent international charities are urging the US government to stop its military support for Saudi Arabia and the coalition it leads in their...

Yemen crisis: 85,000 children ‘dead from malnutrition’

21 November 2018 An estimated 85,000 children under the age of five may have died from acute malnutrition in three years of war in Yemen,...