Sheila Carapico

Sheila Carapico is a professor of political science at the University of Richmond. She edited Arabia Incognita: Dispatches from Yemen and the Gulf (2016) and has written books and articles on Yemen and on gender, human rights, political economy, and international development assistance.

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Yemeni displaced children who with their families fled homes due to the ongoing war enjoy riding a damaged car outside their makeshift shelter at an internally displaced camp on April 07, 2018 outskirts of Sana'a, Yemen. More than three million people fled their homes since the war erupted on March 2015.(Photo: Getty) Views
Wednesday, June 06, 2018
War of Aggression: The Saudi and UAE Slaughter in Yemen Isn’t A Proxy Conflict With Iran
Alongside their throttlehold over which reporters can visit what parts of Yemen, and thus what story they can tell, Saudi and Emirati investments in public relations, lobbying, think-tanks, and political consultants are shaping the narrative about their war there. Headline writers, pundits,...
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