One child in Yemen dies of hunger every 75 seconds, and UNICEF calls Yemen one of the most dangerous places for children. Iman Saleh is one of a number of people from the Yemeni Liberation Movement currently engaged in a hunger strike against U.S. support of a Saudi-led blockade of fuel, medicine, and food in […]
Next week, on Monday, January 25, activists around the world will participate in an international day of protest against the war in Yemen. Today on the show, we discuss the history of the war in Yemen, the role of the United States in the crisis, and what should be done under a Biden presidency with […]
Kate Gould, Legislative Director, Middle East Policy of the Friends Committee on National Legislation, talks about the humanitarian effects on the U.S. policies in the Middle East, especially in Yemen and Palestine.
Kate Gould, Legislative Director for Middle East Policy for the Friends Committee on National Legislation, talks about a recently proposed bipartisan Senate bill SR54, based on the War Powers Resolution, to stop the U.S. participation in attacks on Yemen.
Yemen is in shambles, suffering from U.S. supported attacks from Saudi Arabia, blockades of food and medicine, internal civil war, and disease. Shireen Al-Adeimi, a Yemen-born doctoral candidate living in the U.S., talks about the issues and the suffering in that country.
What is the future of US-Saudi relations? Today Esty Dinur talks with Vijay Prashad to discuss this and other issues going on in the Middle East. Vijay Prashad is a professor of International Studies at Trinity College, Connecticut. His is the authors of books such as No Free Left: The Futures of Indian Communism and […]