Past event

Research Event

Yemen: Corruption, Capital Flight and Global Drivers of Conflict

Chatham House, London

Middle East and North Africa Programme, Economies in Transition

Event documents

Agenda - Yemen: Corruption, Capital Flight and Global Drivers of Conflict
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Report: Yemen Corruption, Capital Flight and Global Drivers of Conflict
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Meeting Summary - Session 1: Yemen’s transition in regional and international context
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Meeting Summary - Q&A: Yemen’s transition in regional and international context
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Meeting Summary - Session 2: Security, diplomacy and aid
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Meeting Summary - Q&A: Security, diplomacy and aid
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Meeting Summary - Session 3: Future prospects and challenges
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Meeting Summary - Q&A: Future prospects and challenges
pdf | 96.24 KB
Meeting Summary - Session 3: Future prospects and challenges (Arabic)
pdf | 306.48 KB

Overview

This one day workshop will launch the Chatham House Report Yemen: Corruption, Capital Flight and Global Drivers of Conflict by Ginny Hill, Peter Salisbury, Leonie Northedge and Jane Kinninmont.

This workshop will explore the achievements of Yemen's transition process, including progress of the National Dialogue Conference. The event will consider the intersection of international security, diplomatic and aid policies and their impact on Yemen before and since the 2011 uprising. Finally, speakers will discuss the future prospects for the country’s politics, security and economy.

Attendance at this event is by invitation only.

More about the Yemen Forum.