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The Legacy of President Hadi Mohammed bin Salman and the Iranian backed Houthi Movement A Study of Human Rights Violations Civilian Suffering and Humanitarian Disaster in the Republic of Yemen

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Hat hate each other bitterly and are using the warring political factions as pawns in their petty rivalry; while Yemen descends into chaos death and destruction Hence this book endeavours to improve human rights conflict resolution and political stability in Yemen; so that peace and harmony can be manifested in this beautiful countr

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Yemen is on the brink of the world's worst famine in 100 years if the war continues and airstrikes by the Saudi led coalition are not stopped With 13 million people in Yemen at risk of starvation the country is facing the worst humanitarian disaster imaginable Mohammed bin Salman de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia and the Iranian govern

Download à eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ¼ Mark O'Doherty

Ment have the influence to bring the warring political factions to the negotiating table but seem reluctant to do so Having escalated from a civil war into an inhuman proxy war responsibility to resolve the conflict lies primarily with the Hadi led government and the Houthi rebels but also with Saudi Arabia and Iran; two countries t

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  • The Legacy of President Hadi Mohammed bin Salman and the Iranian backed Houthi Movement A Study of Human Rights Violations Civilian Suffering and Humanitarian Disaster in the Republic of Yemen
  • Mark O'Doherty
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  • 12 September 2019
  • 9780359162383