In this podcast, Jane Kinninmont speaks to Peter Salisbury about the ongoing civil war in Yemen and its implications for the region and the wider world.

25 May 2016

Speakers

Jane Kinninmont, Deputy Head and Senior Research Fellow, Middle East and North Africa Programme 
Peter Salisbury, Associate Fellow, Middle East and North Africa Programme 

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In this podcast, Jane Kinninmont speaks to Peter Salisbury about the ongoing civil war in Yemen and its implications for the region and the wider world. While the current conflict in Yemen has been raging for more than a year, its root causes can be traced back to past war and violence. The speakers explore the motivations behind the complex domestic actors at play and how regional and international support for the various parties involved has affected the crisis.

Read the Chatham House research paper 'Yemen: Stemming the Rise of a Chaos State'.

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