Yemen has been tormented by civil war since 2015. During this time, the Saudi-led coalition has been involved from afar through airstrikes, often causing civilian casualties. Maha Al-Buhar explored how the Saudi-led coalition used the same remote warfare practices and legitimizing discourses as Western advanced militaries. Using 14 interviews, she examined how these airstrikes figure in the family victims’ imaginations and how they are interpreted and contested.
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