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Tema: Yemen

Yemen’s premier says he’ll quit
Socialist Worker nr. 2273, okt 11 – side 13
Note: The Yemeni opposition movement is rightly suspicious of claims made by president Ali Abdullah Saleh on state television last Saturday.
Rasmus Holmegaard: Optrapning af konflikten i Yemen
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 313, okt 11 – side 11
Note: Den 30. september blev den islamistiske leder Anwar al Awlaki dræbt under et angreb fra et amerikansk dronefly.
Ken Olende + Tim Nelson: Yemen’s dictator runs from revolt
Socialist Worker nr. 2255, jun 11 – side 16
Note: Huge crowds celebrated on the streets of Yemen last Sunday after president Ali Abdullah Saleh fled to Saudi Arabia—saying he needed medical treatment.
Arab uprisings round-up
Socialist Worker nr. 2254, jun 11 – side 16
Note: The wave of uprisings inspired by the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions is continuing across the Arab world.
Abubakr al-Shamahi: Mass protests build the resistance in Yemen
Socialist Worker nr. 2252, maj 11 
Note: As mass anti-government demonstrations in Yemen entered their fourth month the Supreme Coordination Council of the Revolution—a coalition of nearly 300 pro-democracy groups—announced their plans to escalate the protests.
Tim Nelson: Book review: Noel Brehony: Yemen Divided
Socialist Review nr. 359, jun 11 – side 29
Note: This book focuses on the history of the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen (PDRY), or Southern Yemen, which was an independent state from 1967 to 1990. Noel Brehony, who was a diplomat stationed in the country, aims to provide an account of the politics of the PDRY and the events that led to its unification with the north.
Yemen: Saleh hangs onto power
Socialist Worker nr. 2251, maj 11 – side 4
Note: Yemen’s dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh has reneged on a promise to step down. But thousands of people are still on the streets in the capital Sanaa.
Tim Nelson: Yemen: protests stay on the streets
Socialist Worker nr. 2249, apr 11 – side 10
Note: President Ali Saleh, who has ruled Yemen for 32 years, announced last Saturday that he intended to stand down in 30 days.
International round-up of revolt
Socialist Worker nr. 2248, apr 11 – side 6
Note: Yemen – Syria – Bahrain
Alistair W + Simon Assaf: Revolt keeps spreading throughout the region
Socialist Worker nr. 2240, feb 11 – side 5
Note: Following the overthrow of Ben Ali in Tunisia, and Hosni Mubarak in Egypt, all regimes in the Middle East—whether considered “friendly” or “hostile” by the West—have been challenged by the spreading revolutionary movement.
Tim Nelson: Yemen's dictator is on the ropes
Socialist Worker nr. 2240, feb 11 – side 5
Note: The Yemeni people have taken to the streets, calling for the resignation of the dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh.
Siân Ruddick: Middle East round-up: ‘The gates to our freedom have been opened’
Socialist Worker nr. 2239, feb 11 – side 6
Note: Since Tunisia’s revolution began in December, people across North Africa and the Middle East have risen up against their regimes. They are inspired by Tunisia and Egypt, where two dictators were toppled in the last few weeks.
Algeria – Bahrain – Yemen – Palestine
Spreading revolt
Socialist Worker nr. 2238, feb 11 – side 2
Note: Tunisia – Egypt – Jordan – Yemen – Algeria – Saudi Arabia – Palestine – Morocco
Tunesien, Egypten ..: Protesterne spreder sig
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 306, feb 11 – side 10
Note: For første gang i årtier er det lykkedes et folkeligt oprør at vælte en diktator i den arabiske del af verdenen. Eksemplet fra Tunesien og senere fra Ægypten har spredt sig ud over Mellemøsten og Nordafrika. Det har givet mange en tro på at det er muligt at kæmpe imod undertrykkelsen.
Dictators everywhere are living in fear of Tunisian example
Socialist Worker nr. 2236, jan 11 – side 5
Note: Egypt – Jordan – Yemen – Algeria – Palestine – Albania
Diktatorer overalt lever i frygt for det tunesiske eksempel
Socialistisk Arbejderavis nr. 305, jan 11 
Note: Den tunesiske revolution har givet selvtillid til mennesker overalt til at gå til modstand.
John Newsinger: Britain’s dirty war in Aden
Socialist Worker nr. 2184, jan 10 – side 8
Note: British forces killed hundreds in their war for the port of Aden, in today’s South Yemen. Western interference continues today causing bloodshed and division as Yemen becomes the new front in the ‘war on terror’.
Siân Ruddick: Interview: ‘US tactics in Yemen play into the hands of Al Qaida’
Socialist Worker nr. 2184, jan 10 – side 9
Note: Abdul Razak was born in South Yemen and came to Britain 20 years ago after his father moved to Sheffield to work in the steel industry. He teaches English for Speakers of Other Languages (Esol) and IT and is a member of the National Board of South Yemen in Britain – an organisation that calls for independence and self-determination for South Yemen.
He spoke to Siân Ruddick about the history of Western interference in the country, the role of Al Qaida and government corruption.
Siân Ruddick: Yemen is latest target in US war
Socialist Worker nr. 2183, jan 10 – side 16
Note: Yemen has become the latest “rogue state” to be targeted in the US-led “war on terror”.
Yemen: How Western imperialism has shaped this war-torn country
Socialist Worker nr. 2183, jan 10 – side 16
Note: Yemen has been ripped apart by decades of war waged by British colonialism, US imperialism and the Western powers’ proxy forces in the region.
Simon Assaf: Conflict in Yemen was caused by imperialism
Socialist Worker nr. 2182, dec 09 – side 9
Note: A vicious little war has broken out in the Middle East, along Saudi Arabia’s border with Yemen.
Laurie Flynn: Review: Road to Revolution
International Socialism Journal (1st series) nr. 37, jun 69 – side 39
Note: Review: Paul Nizan, Aden Arabie, Monthly Review Press, 50s

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