The article addresses the consolidation and rise of the Southern Transitional Council in South Yemen and their push for access to a seat at the table of Yemen’s peace talks. Through the case study of the STC, the article goes on to question how veto players are defined in violent conflict, and highlights the opposing narratives surrounding the STC and their status and how that may have shaped decisions in allowing them to take part in peace talks.
Survey participation effects in conflict research
Alexander De Juan, Carlo Koos
Journal of Peace Research
Protection of Civilians – Norway in the Security Council
Edited by Antonio De Lauri; with contributions from Salla Turunen, Astri Suhrke et al.
Resettlement capacity assessments for climate induced displacements: Evidence from Ethiopia
Solomon Zena Walelign, Susan L. Cutter and Päivi Lujala
Interim Governance Arrangements in Post-Conflict and Fragile Settings
Local Peace Processes: Opportunities and Challenges for Women’s Engagement
Laura Wise, Robert Forster, Christine Bell