뇖 my Format Kindle ᒁ Tribes and Politics in Yemen: A History of the Houthi Conflict eBook: Marieke Brandt: Amazon.fr: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l. ҁ By Marieke Brandt ङ The most detailed and comprehensive analysis to date of the Houthi conflict in Yemen, providing critical insights into the rise of the Houthis as a national movement and how a local conflict metastasized into a regional one Published as the Saudi led Operation Decisive Storm is still in full swing, this long overdue and well researched book will help readers understand how Yemen became a laboratory for new wars in the Middle East Gabriele vom Bruck, Senior Lecturer at School of Oriental and African Studies author of Islam, Memory and Morality in Yemen Ruling Families in Transition Marieke Brandt s book is a fascinating piece of ethnography and history Through exceptional fieldwork in the northern highlands of Yemen, it explores the minute details and roots of a political and religious phenomenon that remains fundamental to our understanding of the contemporary Arabian Peninsula Laurent Bonnefoy, researcher at the CERI Sciences Po, author of Salafism in Yemen Transnationalism and Religious Identity This book provides a deep and comprehensive insight into the complex Houthi conflict by studying its political, tribal and personal dynamics Brandt pays great attention to the wide spectrum of local causes that explain the conflict s onset, persistence, and expansion on the basis of a bottom up social anthropological approach Horst Kopp, former professor at University of Erlangen Nuremberg researcher on the urban and rural geography of YemenTribes and Politics in Yemen tells the story of the Houthi conflict in Sa dah Province, Yemen, as seen through the eyes of the local tribes In the West the Houthi conflict, which erupted in 2004, is often defined through the lenses of either the Iranian Saudi proxy war or the Sunni Shia divide Yet, as experienced by locals, the Houthi conflict is much deeply rooted in the recent history of Sa dah Province Its origins must be sought in the political, economic, social and sectarian transformations since the 1960s civil war and their repercussions on the local society, which is dominated by tribal norms From the civil war to the Houthi conflict these transformations involve the same individuals, families and groups, and are driven by the same struggles over resources, prerogatives, and power This book is based on years of anthropological fieldwork expertise both on the ground and through digital anthropological approaches It offers a detailed account of the local complexities of the Houthi conflict and its historical background and underscores the absolute imperative of understanding the highly local, personal, and non ideological nature of internal conflict in Yemen. Tribes and Politics in Yemen: A History of the Houthi Conflict eBook: Marieke Brandt: Amazon.fr: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Tribes and Politics in Yemen: A History of the Houthi Conflict eBook: Marieke Brandt: Amazon.fr: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
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- 472 pages
- Marieke Brandt
- 15 June 2016 Marieke Brandt