‘People Are Not Starving, They Are Being Starved’

By Andrea Germanos, Commondreams. -

Over international 250 organizations are demanding urgent action from global governments to address the hunger and famine faced by hundreds of millions—a crisis the groups said is driven largely [...]

Hunting In Yemen

By Kathy Kelly, Counterpunch. -

Since March 29, in Washington, D.C., Iman Saleh, age 26, has been on a hunger strike to demand an end to the war in Yemen. She is joined by five others from her  group, The Yemeni Liberation [...]

US, Lobbyists And Arm Dealers Rush To Reposition Amid Impending Saudi Defeat

By Raul Diego, Mintpress News. -

Washington - In his last months in office, former President Donald Trump gave American defense contractors like Lockheed Martin and Reaper drone manufacturer General Atomics Aeronautical Systems [...]

‘This Is Hell’: UN Food Chief Visits Yemen

By Dave DeCamp, AntiWar.com. -

The head of the UN’s World Food Program (WFP) visited Yemen and described the conditions he saw in the country to reporters as “hell.” His visit comes as the UN is warning 400,000 Yemeni children [...]

World’s Worst Humanitarian Disaster Triggered By Weapons From US And UK

By Thalif Deen, Inter Press News. -

United Nations - The United Nations has rightly described the deaths and devastation in war-ravaged Yemen as the “world’s worst humanitarian disaster”— caused mostly by widespread air attacks on [...]

Canadian Protestors Call For An End To Arms Sales To Saudi Arabia

By Staff, Straight.com. -

Rachel Small, Canada organizer for World BEYOND War, says the use by Saudi troops of Light Armoured Vehicles (LAVs) manufactured by General Dynamics Land Systems in London, Ontario has been [...]

Biden’s First Month Marked By Broken Promises

By Alan Macleod, Mintpress News. -

One month into his presidential career and Joe Biden has already left a trail of broken promises on progressive legislation. Yesterday, it was reported that the president held a closed-door [...]

Yemen: ‘Mission Accomplished’… For Now?

By Charles Pierson, Counterpunch. -

Beneath a banner proclaiming “Mission Accomplished” President George W. Bush announced that “[m]ajor combat operations in Iraq have ended. In the battle of Iraq, the United States and our allies [...]

Evaluating Biden’s Yemen Policy: Bait And Switch

By Sara Flounders, Workers.org. -

President Joe Biden seemed to announce an end to Washington’s complete support for Saudi Arabia’s war on Yemen last week, reversing Trump’s and even the Obama/Biden administration’s public [...]

Why A War In Yemen?

By Yoav Elinevsky and Mary L. Wentworth, Popular Resistance. -

The Saudis decided to enter an ongoing civil war in Yemen in 2015 for several reasons. The two countries share a long border at the southern end of their peninsula. This length of this border is [...]

How Rational Can The US Be In Dealing With Yemen And Iran?

By William Boardman, Reader Supported News. -

This announcement does not augur peace in Yemen any time soon. Rather it looks a bit like political mystification that some have chosen to celebrate now, regardless of what it actually means, [...]

Biden Says He’s Ending The Yemen War

By Shireen Al-Adeimi and Sarah Lazare, In These Times. -

The February 4 announcement by National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan that President Biden would end U.S. support for ​“offensive operations” in Yemen was understandably met with celebration by [...]

Anti-War Groups Call On UK To End Support For Saudi Assault On Yemen

By Brett Wilkins, Commondreams. -

Buoyed by President Joe Biden's announced decision to limit U.S. involvement in the Saudi-led war in Yemen, U.K. peace activists on Friday renewed calls for the British government to stop selling [...]

Will Biden End America’s Global War On Children?

By Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies, Popular Resistance. -

Most people regard Trump’s treatment of immigrant children as among his most shocking crimes as president. Images of hundreds of children stolen from their families and imprisoned in chain-link [...]