Yemen’s complex civil war has been going on for six years. It’s aggravated decades-long divisions between north and south. They joined to form one country in 1990, but it’s been an uneasy unity. Secessionists in the south now say they’re going to govern alone. The Southern Transitional Council – backed by the United Arab Emirates … Read more Will Yemen be divided into two countries again?
Yemen is one of the few places left on earth without a coronavirus case. But health workers worry it’s only a matter of time before they record the first infections. An outbreak would add more misery to a country suffering from five years of war. Fighting has destroyed hospitals, killed more than 100,000 people, and … Read more Will the Saudi-UAE ceasefire hold in Yemen? | Inside Story
Much of the world’s focus is on the growing coronavirus pandemic. And as the war on the disease is stepped up, the United Nations is calling for a ceasefire in other wars – such as in Syria and Yemen – saying people should be fighting the outbreak, not each other. The warring sides in Yemen … Read more Could the coronavirus pandemic provide an opportunity for relief in Yemen? | Inside Story
This debate on 1 February 2019 focused on an age-old question between some of the biggest voices in constitutional law. Experience a debate between eminent professors, and hear them justify their preferred theories. This debate ties in with constitutional law teaching. Panellists: – Professor Paul Craig (St. John’s College, Oxford), – Professor Christopher Forsyth (Robinson … Read more The Constitutional Foundations of Judicial Review: CULS Panel event
“The Philosophy Book” is a beginner’s textbook for the study and understanding of philosophy. Starting at the very source of modern thought, the large collection of essays from leading experts provides a highly useful reference point for students and interested readers. The book does not re-print very much of the original works, rather it provides … Read more “The Philosophy Book” Published by Dorling Kindersley