Prospects for peace in Yemen: A matter of mediating historical issues

Eric Jeunot

Wednesday, 16 June 2021 8:00pm

Wairarapa

The Copthorne Hotel and Resort

Eric Jeunot, who has a Masters degree in International Relations from Victoria University in Wellington, has had extensive practical experience in African and Middle East war zones, will speak on Yemen at the next Branch event.

Yemen was known for Frankincense and Myrrh…nowadays, it is crude oil and coffee; and, six years into an armed conflict that has claimed the lives of a massive number of civilians, Yemen is experiencing a humanitarian crisis of extreme proportions.

Today’s armed conflicts are devilishly hard to bring to an end.

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IAN F GRANT, CO-CHAIR

ifgrant@xtra.co.nz

Eric Jeunot, who has a Masters degree in International Relations from Victoria University in Wellington, has had extensive practical experience in African and Middle East war zones, will speak on Yemen at the next Branch event.

Yemen was known for Frankincense and Myrrh…nowadays, it is crude oil and coffee; and, six years into an armed conflict that has claimed the lives of a massive number of civilians, Yemen is experiencing a humanitarian crisis of extreme proportions.

Today’s armed conflicts are devilishly hard to bring to an end.

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