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Climate Change and Yemen’s Agony

Climate Change and Yemen’s Agony

By Juan Cole | (The Nation) -- From "Why Is Yemen So Violent? Because It Is So Poor and Thirsty" . Answer: "Yemen’s troubles are only beginning, and one worries that much…
The True Costs of Remote Control Drone Wars

The True Costs of Remote Control Drone Wars

(By Pratap Chatterjee via Tomdispatch) Enemies, innocent victims, and soldiers have always made up the three faces of war. With war growing more distant, with drones capable of performing on the battlefield…
Post-Revolution Yemen between Dialogue and Violence

Post-Revolution Yemen between Dialogue and Violence

(by Tobias Thiel) A Map of Yemen’s Six Federal Regions, copyright: Yemen Times After ten months of deliberations, Yemen’s 565-member National Dialogue Conference (NDC) closed its doors on January 25, 2014. The…
Congress to CIA:  Provide US Drone Victim Count

Congress to CIA: Provide US Drone Victim Count

(By Alice K. Ross) The CIA director and other intelligence chiefs were urged to increase transparency over covert drone operations by members of the House intelligence committee yesterday. Adam Schiff, a Democratic…