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Interview with Sheila Carapico on the Uprising in Yemen (Conducted by Sharam Aghamir)

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Since the protests began in February, more than 120 people have been killed in Yemen, including 46 children and more than 5000 wounded.

Shahram Aghamir of Pacifica Radio's Voices of the Middle East and North Africa spoke with Yemen specialist, Sheila Carapico about the protest movement, President Ali Abdullah Saleh's regime and the changing political configuration in Yemen.

Sheila Carapico is professor of political science and international studies at the University of Richmond, and is a contributing editor of MERIP (Middle East Report). She has written extensively on Yemen, including Civil Society in Yemen: The Political Economy of Activism in Arabia.

Sheila Carapico on the Uprising in Yemen by Jadaliyya

1 comment for "Interview with Sheila Carapico on the Uprising in Yemen (Conducted by Sharam Aghamir)"

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Incredibly helpful, illuminating and detailed. In this interview Carapico answered every question about Yemen that has been haunting me for the past three months.

Paul Amar wrote on April 16, 2011 at 06:28 PM

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