Saturday, March 23, 2019

Yemen Conflict and the Role of the IGOs and the NGOs in the Yemen Confl

IntroductionThe conflict that took function in Yemen in 2012 was one of the most rigorous revolutions that took place in the Middle East during the Arab spring revolt. The conflict in Yemen started as a stand against social and economic conditions such as unemployment, corruption, and the proposal by the governance to modify the constitution. As the protests proceeded, people of Yemen added more grievances and called for the resignation of professorship Ali Abdullah Saleh. During this conflict, the government and military officials resigned from chairman Salehs government rendering the government powerless in dealing with the protestors. In January 2012, a major protest that involved sixteen thousand nationals took place in Yemen, this pressured president Saleh reservation him to announce that he would not run for reelection. However, the protestors could not hear any of this and they intensified their protests. The governments relevant authorities opened apprize on protestor s, and many people lost their lives with fifty-two protestors being scape dead in March (Amnesty International 10). Yemen Conflict and the Role of the IGOs and the NGOs in the Yemen ConflictThe first IGO to be involved in the Yemen conflict was disconnectedness Co-operation Council, which tried to enter into a deal to end the conflict with president Saleh. However, president Saleh walked out of the agreement some hours before it was signed, and he did this 3 times. When president Saleh walked out of the deal for the third time, the Gulf Co-operation became frustrated and inform that it was withdrawing its mediation efforts in the Yemen conflict. President Saleh not only withdrew from the broken deal, and also refused to sign a transi... ...esses (Clark 128). Works CitedAmnesty International. Yemen Human Rights Concerns succeeding(a) Recent Armed Conflict. new(a) York, NY Amnesty International, 2011. Print.Caton, Steven C. Yemen Chronicle An Anthropology of War and Mediation. New York, NY Hill and Wang, 2012.Print.Clark, Janine A. Islam, Charity, and Activism Middle-Class Networks and Social Welfare in Egypt, Jordan, and Yemen. Bloomington Indiana University Press, 2004. Print.Little, Tom. southerly Arabia Arena of Conflict. London Pall Mall P., 2011. Print.Nefissa, Sarah Ben. NGOs and Governance in the Arab World. capital of Egypt The American University in Cairo Press, 2012. Print.Terrill, Andrew W., and Army War College (U.S.) Strategic Studies Institute. The Conflicts In Yemen And U.S. National Security. Carlisle, PA Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2011. Print.

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