Yemen

Internal Displacement and Social Cohesion in Yemen

by Ghaidaa Motahar & Mohammed Al-Sabahi

Protracted conflicts always eradicate social cohesion and tear up communal bonds. Evidence from the ground suggests that while shelters in Yemen can contribute towards building a cohesive society, they also have the potential to provoke tension within communities.

The civil war in Yemen has resulted in a massive humanitarian catastrophe in the poorest country in […]

July 18th, 2017|Yemen|0 Comments|
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    Hadhramout from Federalism to Civil War: Demands and Realities

  • Hadhramout Governorate

Hadhramout from Federalism to Civil War: Demands and Realities

by Baraa Shiban
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This memo was presented at a workshop on ‘Yemen’s Urban–Rural Divide and the Ultra-Localisation of the Civil War’ organised by the LSE Middle East Centre on 29 March 2017.

Hadhramout in the eastern part of Yemen and its biggest province could be a unique model for a federal form of governance. The province special conditions and the high oil […]

June 26th, 2017|Yemen|0 Comments|
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    Marib: Local Changes and the Impact on the Future of Yemeni Politics

  • Marib Governorate

Marib: Local Changes and the Impact on the Future of Yemeni Politics

by Alkhatab Al-Rawhani
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This memo was presented at a workshop on ‘Yemen’s Urban–Rural Divide and the Ultra-Localisation of the Civil War’ organised by the LSE Middle East Centre on 29 March 2017.

Since 2015, Marib governorate has taken in hundreds of thousands of internally displaced people (IDPs) and received thousands of fighters. It is the only governorate in northern Yemen the Houthis–Saleh […]

June 23rd, 2017|Yemen|1 Comment|

Healthcare under Siege in Taiz

by Sophie Désoulières
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This memo was presented at a workshop on ‘Yemen’s Urban–Rural Divide and the Ultra-Localisation of the Civil War’ organised by the LSE Middle East Centre on 29 March 2017.

Taiz governorate, in southwestern Yemen, has seen some of the most intense and sustained fighting since the conflict escalated in March 2015. Taiz city, once Yemen’s cultural hub surrounded by […]

June 22nd, 2017|Yemen|0 Comments|

Community Responses to Conflict in Taiz

by Kate Nevens
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This memo was presented at a workshop on ‘Yemen’s Urban–Rural Divide and the Ultra-Localisation of the Civil War’ organised by the LSE Middle East Centre on 29 March 2017.

The governorate of Taiz has been one of the main frontlines of conflict in Yemen over the past two years. Both the city and rural areas within the governorate have […]

June 21st, 2017|Yemen|0 Comments|

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