A Storm Without Rain: Yemen, Water, Climate Change, and Conflict

By Collin Douglas, Center for Climate & Security Research Fellow The civil war in Yemen has old origins, but the recent violence can be traced back to the Arab Spring of 2011, and protests in Yemen over unemployment, corruption, and general dissatisfaction with President Ali Abdullah Saleh.[i]  On the surface, the civil war seems to … Continue reading A Storm Without Rain: Yemen, Water, Climate Change, and Conflict