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Yasmeen al-Eryani

Sana’a Center Co-Executive Director for Knowledge Production and the former Director of Research (2021-2023). Al-Eryani is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Social Anthropology at Tampere University, Finland. She holds an M.A. in Political Science from the University of Helsinki and a B.A. in Government Studies from Georgetown University.

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Saudi-Houthi Talks Sow Cracks in Coalition – The Yemen Review, January and February 2023

March 10, 2023
Ongoing bilateral talks between Saudi Arabia and the armed Houthi movement have renewed optimism that a negotiated political settlement in Yemen might yet be possible. But the talks are an … Read more

Govt Agrees Financial Aid as Houthis Target Oil Sector – The Yemen Review, November 2022

December 16, 2022
Hopes faded that the expired truce would be revived in November, as Houthi authorities dug in their heels over maximalist demands that caused the talks’ collapse and then upped the ante with a series … Read more

Houthis Target Southern Ports – The Yemen Review, October 2022

November 14, 2022
The UN-backed truce between the Houthi movement and the internationally recognized government was allowed to expire on October 2. Efforts to secure its further extension failed following a … Read more

Oil Extraction Industries’ Impacts on Health, Livelihoods and the Environment in Hadramawt

December 14, 2020
This policy brief on the environmental impact of the oil extraction industries in Hadramawt explores what seems to be a well-known secret among residents living near oilfield concession blocks and … Read more