Yemen is one of the world’s shadowlands. We only see it on the news, usually under a pall of smoke after mortars or aerial bombings. It’s a source of immigrants, a seedbed of radical Islamism, and a place where British armaments are put to work by the UK’s allies in the House of Saud. Aden, […]
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