In his latest paper,"Yemen: National Chaos, Local Order," Peter Salisbury challenges much of the conventional wisdom regarding the Yemen civil war, including the focus of the U.N.-led mediation on two principal adversaries, namely the government of exiled President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi and the (now collapsed) alliance between the Houthis and deceased former President Ali Abdullah Saleh. Instead, Salisbury offers a remapping of key local and regional stakeholders and examines the prospects for peace, offering a new long-term approach to ending the crisis and engaging in state building and economic reconstruction.
AGSIW is pleased to host Peter Salisbury for a discussion of his paper and other issues impacting the continuing conflict in Yemen.
A light lunch will be served.
Follow the conversation on Twitter: #YemenRemapped.
Peter Salisbury, Non-Resident Fellow, AGSIW
Gerald M. Feierstein, Director, Gulf Affairs and Government Relations, Middle East Institute
Stephen A. Seche, Executive Vice President, AGSIW
When: Thursday, Jan. 18
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
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