EPC | 21 Jun 2013
The issue of Houthis external finance is no longer questionable, although this was the case at the early days of the movement’s rise.
EPC | 15 Jun 2013
At a time when all eyes were fixed at the outcome of the developments of the political succession in the largest Arab Gulf state, Saudi Arabia, successive reports point out that neighboring Qatar is preparing itself for an imminent leadership transition.
EPC | 10 Jun 2013
The tribe played, more or less, political roles all over the history of Yemen and its consecutive states. The tribe’s involvement continued, even increased, during the republican era and remains a political actor.
EPC | 05 Jun 2013
The year 2011 was a critical juncture in the track of modern political history of Arab World countries. A number of these countries have witnessed unprecedented public uprisings since Dec. 2010, which have not only called for reforms, transparency and the rule of law, but the changing of regimes as well.
EPC | 03 Jun 2013
There is a syndrome that characterizes politics and its history in Yemen. It is an ailment, in which geography and politics exchange roles and express each other’s needs. Both were not able to disengage from each other.
Yemen is going through a state of near lawlessness. Manifestations of this lawlessness have increased to include closing roads and transport lines between governorates, raising checkpoints on roads, even in some cities,
EPC | 28 May 2013
There is a wide spread belief that the al Saud regime, which was surprised that the turmoil of the Arab Spring is surrounding it, is facing a decisive moment in its history.
EPC | 05 May 2013
According to the GCC initiative and its executive mechanism, all what is left of the interim term for President Abd Rabbu Mansur Hadi is less than a year, which ends in Feb.