Most of Yemenis view the Kuwait negotiations as last chance to stop war and achieve a sustainable peace. Here, I do stress that Kuwait is very appropriate and helpful venue to bring about peace based on what Yemenis have already agreed upon and stipulated by the international legitimacy. It had happened earlier that we made a Yemeni peace in Kuwait and we can do it once again.
Like almost everything else in Yemen, the war there seems to also be subject to conflicting interpretations. But what is certain is the fact that the bloody coup against the legitimate government of Yemen plotted by the Houthi militia and the forces of deposed president Ali Abdulla Saleh has failed.
by: Jody Williams - Tawakkol Karman* Climate negotiations have always been about peace. They have always had — as a necessary underpinning — hopeful aspirations of protecting the world’s most vulnerable, of easing the climate-driven resource strains that fuel tension and war, and of weaning us off of one of the most dangerous drivers of modern global conflicts: fossil fuels.But as we know all too well, thus far, these efforts have