So why do we think of ourselves as a great nation? Is it because of our great economy? Is it because we call ourselves a Christian Nation? Should we, who call ourselves great, actually be great?
Yemen articles on Democracy Chronicles
News about the struggle for better democracy in Yemen. Yemen is not a functioning democracy. Since the Arab Spring protests in Yemen, a civil war has raged with considerable outside interference. Also check out our section on World Democracy and our Middle East archive.
It is up to ordinary people like us to become more critically aware of the global political-economic systems that govern our lives. From that point on, the choice is ours to make – do we continue to condone it?
The Senate on Wednesday voted overwhelmingly to move forward on a resolution ending U.S. military support to the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen.
Yemen government to give civil servants and pensioners raises after protests against the country’s woeful economy nearly paralyzed a major port city Sunday.
War crimes investigation urged into disappearances, torture and likely deaths in prisons run by the UAE in Yemen
Fifty or so peace activists came out early this cold morning on the steps of City Hall to tell Mayor Bill Di Blasio and institutions like Harvard University and MIT, where the Mohammad Bin Salman Al Saud will be visiting, not to meet with a war criminal.
The Working Families Party organized on Sunday, March 4, in Brooklyn to visit a preplanned speech by New York State Senator Kirsten Gillibrand to hand her a petition in support of the desperate nation of Yemen.
Sudden overhaul of military commanders is the latest power play by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
Bahraini activist Nabeel Rajab was sentenced to a further five years in jail over tweets critical of the war in Yemen
Protests outside Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer’s office in New York City today were calling for an end to American support for the Saudi-led war on Yemen under the rally slogan “Yemen Can’t Wait!”