Peter Salisbury


Yemen: Whose Law?

Due process is not a priority in Yemen, a country 'ruled by the law of emergency', experts say.

War & Conflict

Yemen: Whose Law?

Family members of victims of drone strikes in the country say justice has not been done.


Yemen secessionists face leadership crisis

Secessionist movement has encountered 'a lot of obstacles' along the road to independence, protest organiser says.


Tensions soar at southern Yemen protest camp

Demonstrators seeking independence from country's north aim to dispel fears that violence could erupt on November 30.


Yemen president's future hangs by a thread

Latest standoff reflects the ongoing power struggle between President Hadi, his predecessor and the Houthis.


A dangerous balancing act in Yemen

The country is struggling to form a government amid reports of UN sanctions against former president and Houthi leaders.


Yemen's Southerners see hope in Houthis' rise

Yemen’s southern secessionists will revive plans for independence amid internal divisions and Houthi ascendency.

Middle East

Southern movement stages mass rally in Yemen

Tens of thousands of people have gathered in Aden, hoping turmoil in Sana'a will bolster their call for secession.


In Yemen, 'no one is in charge'

The fate of Yemen's peace deal is hanging in the balance after Houthis snub president's choice of a prime minister.


Will Yemenis honour the new deal?

Yemen's warring factions finally sign a deal, but will it hold?


Analysis: Why are Yemen talks stalling?

Negotiations between Yemeni government and Houthi rebels have once again stalled amid fears of increased fighting.


Yemen's rival protesters speak out

Supporters of rival Houthi and Islah groups have marched in Sanaa, as fears of sectarian violence are rising.