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Vol.37, No.3: Jul-Sep 2021

Yemen’s Conundrum


The dragon’s blood tree (above) is native to the Socotra archipelago, Yemen. Its name comes from the red sap which it produces.

Despite its many historical and natural wonders, Yemen is in grave jeopardy—from war on one hand to the Covid virus on the other. See The Yemeni Conundrum by Mustafa Bahran in our July-September issue.

Also in this issue

Denuclearize the Korean Peninsula
J. Enkhsaikhan led the successful plan to make his country, Mongolia, into a Nuclear Weapon Free Zone. Now his organization proposes to do the same for both Koreas and Japan. Wish them luck!

No First Use Becomes Possible Again
Two US senators are proposing a bill that would prohibit their country from initiating the use of nuclear weapons. Metta Spencer admits that this is a far weaker measure than the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, but it’s worth doing anyhow.

Israel Jails Palestinian Children
Israel has jailed a million Palestinians since 1967, including hundreds of thousands of children and minors. Yusur Al-Bahrani and Metta Spencer interviewed a lawyer, Saleh Abu Izzah, who had spent six years of his youth in prison for being a student activist.

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