Farea Al Muslimi
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Questions remain after adviser makes a diplomatic career shift
Farea Al Muslimi profiles Yemen's new ambassador to Washington and ponders what it means for the embattled nation
July 20, 2015
Welcome to Yemen, where only violence is a certainty
In order for peace to exist, the ingredients of the political transition should first admit that the path they have forced Yemen into has led to nothing but catastrophe, says Farea Al Muslimi
March 22, 2015
In the Hadi era, Yemen’s priorities are now drones and deportations
When my friend was deported from Yemen, it took me down the rabbit-hole of how national security decisions are made, writes Farea Al Muslimi
August 2, 2014
In electricity-starved Yemen, it’s always a race for power
Electricity problems affect every aspect of life in Yemen and reflect badly on the performance of the government, writes Farea Al Muslimi
July 12, 2014
Old Sanaa witnesses a silent battle between cement and mud
There is a silent struggle going on in the historical city of Old Sanaa between heritage and modernity, writes Farea Al Muslimi
June 30, 2014
Division of power puts Yemen in an impossible position
Yemeni citizens have never felt the need for a strong state as much as they do now, writes Farea Al Muslimi.
June 2, 2014
Transitional roadmap merely defers Yemen’s real problems
A rushed and flawed national dialogue is setting Yemen up for more problems rather than finally solving them, writes Farea Al Muslimi.
March 11, 2014
US drone attacks in Yemen protect no one but Al Qaeda
With their apparently indiscriminate attacks, Americans have become the PR firm for a terrorist group, writes Farea Al Muslimi.
January 5, 2014
Yemen is not so much in transition as in endless crisis
Yemenis in rural areas are wondering where the “Yemen in Transition” is, which the international community keeps referring to.
November 2, 2013
A tribute to a youth activist who defined Yemen’s struggle
When great men like Ibrahim Mothana pass away, disappointment and bitterness reach a peak. And one way to honour their legacy is to continue their struggle.
September 14, 2013