|Member of||Arab League|
On 26 February 2018, the UN Security Council unanimously adopted UNSCR 2402 (2018) on Yemen which renewed until 26 February 2019 the travel ban and assets freeze first imposed in UNSCR 2140 (2014). It also reaffirmed the arms embargo — as laid out in UNSCR 2216 (2015) — against several individuals, including former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. It extended until 28 March 2019 the Panel of Experts’ mandate.
The text of UNSCR 2402, submitted by the Russian Federation, prevailed over another tabled by the United Kingdom, which was defeated by a vote of 11 in favour to 2 against (Bolivia, Russian Federation) with 2 abstentions (China, Kazakhstan).
In 2017, Yemen had the worst outbreak of Cholera ever recorded.
|"Humanitarian intervention"||“Suddenly, children in Syria matter a lot to the West, while Yemen's child victims are rarely ever mentioned. Suddenly there’s an urgent moral issue being rushed through the court of public opinion. This has all the hallmarks of the prior propaganda campaigns we’ve seen before. Scant evidence, immediate assignment of blame, and a quick rush to military action before anybody can really properly question the train of events.”||'Tyler Durden'||14 April 2018|
Ambassadors to Yemen
|Ambassador to Yemen|
|US/Ambassador to Yemen||16 June 1988|
A citizen of Yemen on Wikispooks
|Emad Abdalla Hassan||26 June 1979||A person who was in the wrong place at the wrong time, sold to US for $5000 and has been subject to illegal imprisonment and torture in Guantanamo Bay for years. Cleared for release in 2010, he was transferred to Oman on June 13, 2015.|
|Document:Covert War in Yemen 1962-70||book extract||13 February 2007||Mark Curtis|
|Document:Hushing Up - and Profiting from - Saudi Aggressions while Warmongering against Russia||article||29 August 2015||Stephen Gowans||The gross hypocricy inherent in the foreign policy actions of Anglo-US-NATO governments|
|Document:Remembrance Day and the truths that dare not speak their name||blog post||8 November 2018||John Wight||If Remembrance Day imparts a message worthy of our collective intelligence it is that war should be made a crime, with those who instigate it punished as criminals. In the last analysis it does not determine who is right only who is left. We have met the enemy and he is us. End.|