By Niall Green, September 10, 2012
The Obama administration is intensifying its bloody campaign in the impoverished Middle Eastern country of Yemen.
By Will Morrow, July 4, 2012
What is being presented as an offensive against the local Al Qaeda affiliate is in reality an intervention to prop up the widely despised Yemeni regime.
By Bill Van Auken, May 17, 2012
Missile strikes by US drones claimed the lives of at least a dozen civilians in Yemen’s southern Abyan province Tuesday.
By Patrick Martin, April 27, 2012
Dozens have been killed by US drone-fired missiles in Yemen, in addition to the hundreds slaughtered in Pakistan.
By Will Morrow, April 25, 2012
The reshuffle leaves the military hierarchy intact and relatives of former President Saleh in charge of key sections of the security apparatus.
By Patrick Martin, April 20, 2012
The Washington Post reported Thursday that the proposal for expanded killing authority was being discussed in the Obama White House.
By Will Morrow, February 25, 2012
The current vice president was the only candidate in Tuesday’s presidential elections, which are part of a US-brokered deal that maintains the existing regime.
By Will Morrow, January 21, 2012
The US-backed legislation provides legal immunity to Saleh and all those who worked under him, including the security forces that have killed hundreds of protesters since January 2011.
By Will Morrow, December 31, 2011
The Yemeni political establishment, working closely with Washington, is attempting to put an end to continuing protests against the recent US-backed power-sharing agreement.
By Will Morrow, December 2, 2011
Far from opening up a new era of democracy, the government’s first task is to put an end to the months of protests against the autocratic Yemeni regime, by force if necessary.
By Peter Symonds, November 25, 2011
The GCC agreement is a cynical arrangement patched together by the government and the opposition parties under Washington’s tutelage in a bid to end protests demanding an end to the pro-US regime.
By Will Morrow, October 22, 2011
There is a stark contrast between the imperialist powers’ attitude to the repressive measures utilised by the government in Yemen and those of the Gaddafi regime in Libya.