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The war on Yemen is only few months a way from its second anniversary. This savage attack on the country has taken an immense toll, but has hardly been in covered in the non-arabic media. The agricultural sector was and is particularlly targeted in the Saudi strategy of subjugation. This collection of newspaper articles, databases, research documents, and videos focuses on food, agriculture and related infrastructure as they have been targeted during the war and so to contribute to a documentation of the savageness of this assault.
This study investigates the climate-related vulnerabilities of agricultural communities in (post)occupation environments. The three study areas reflect distinct stages of occupational control within the same regional watershed (Jordan Basin). They encompass: protracted military occupation (West Bank), annexation (Golan Heights) and post-occupation (southern Lebanon). That the coercive control regime for all three areas is, or was, administered by the Israeli state (military or civil administration) creates a governance linkage for comparative analysis. This research project is the first comparative study of climate vulnerability in conditions of (post)occupation.