Gregory D. Johnsen, a former Fulbright fellow in Yemen, is a doctoral candidate in history and Middle Eastern and Islamic studies at New York University.
Articles by this Author
|The Election Yemen Was Supposed to Have||
It was supposed to be the election that changed everything. The “90 percent presidency,” wherein the incumbent of 28 years won successive terms in office by laughably large margins, would be relegated to the past. Instead, a more...
|Salih’s Road to Reelection||
Following six months of rumor and speculation in Yemen, President Ali Abdallah Salih did the expected and announced that he would stand for reelection in the presidential contest scheduled for September 2006. Salih accepted the nomination of...
|Yemen Is Starving, and We're Partly to Blame (July 1, 2015)|
|The Lessons Algeria Can Teach Today's Middle East (April 22, 2015)|
|Crushing Repression of Eritrea's Citizens Is Driving Them Into Migrant Boats (April 20, 2015)|