The Middle East Institute is proud to host Janet Sanderson, Christopher Boucek and Charles Schmitz for a discussion about the challenges facing Yemeni President Abdullah Ali Saleh as he confronts a third month of anti-government protests and growing calls for secession from southern separatists. Sanderson will examine US policy toward the Saleh government in the face of demands for reform, while Schmitz will examine the respective players in Yemen's protest movement and the government's response to their demands. Boucek will conclude with an examination of the broader regional implications of a Saleh government at risk.
March 10, 2011, 12:00 pm - December 17, 2018, 11:34 am
1761 N Street NW
Washington, 20036 (Map)