U.S. Foreign Policy in Yemen’s Civil War

Written by: Christopher Ploumidis Introduction  The Yemeni civil war is a bloody conflict that has left an estimated two-hundred and thirty thousand dead and resulted in what the United Nations call “the worst humanitarian crisis” since 2019. In recent years, this crisis has garnered massive international attention due to the sheer amount of human suffering…

Starvation in Yemen: Aid Blockades Leave Yemeni Families In Peril

Written by: Allison Lee In the midst of the five-year Yemeni Civil War, more than 24 million civilians are in need of relief. The crisis caused worldwide concern and prompted the largest humanitarian relief effort in the world. However, major barriers due to dangerous warzones and endless political paperwork prevent current relief efforts from reaching…