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Yemen and the politics of permanent crisis

Sarah Phillips

Yemen and the politics of permanent crisis

by Sarah Phillips

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Published by Routledge for the International Institute for Strategic Studies in Abingdon, Oxon, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Politics and government

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [147]-167).

    StatementSarah Phillips
    SeriesAdelphi -- 420, Adelphi (Series) (International Institute for Strategic Studies) -- 420.
    ContributionsInternational Institute for Strategic Studies
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS247.Y48 P55 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination167 p. :
    Number of Pages167
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25002910M
    ISBN 100415695740
    ISBN 109780415695749
    LC Control Number2010467716
    OCLC/WorldCa742056435

    This qualitative research is a critical discourse analysis of the representation of Yemen crisis in ideologically-inclined newspaper headlines of Iran, Arab and the West. A Timeline of the Yemen Crisis, from the s to the Present Decem Marcus Montgomery. Print; Share; Early Years: Saleh and the Houthis. ’s – After the reunification of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh transitions from president of North Yemen—a post he had held since —to president of the Republic of the same time, the Zaidi-Shia group Ansar Allah—or the.

    About Yemen in Crisis. Expert analysis of Yemen’s social and political crisis, with profound implications for the fate of the Arab World The democratic promise of the Arab Spring has unraveled in Yemen, triggering a disastrous crisis of civil war, famine, militarization, and governmental collapse with serious implications for the future of the region. An independent UN report admitted that the failure of the Security Council led directly to the genocide. , people died because permanent members considered an earlier UN intervention, a.

    20 hours ago  Cholera is a disease that spreads by contaminated water. Yemen was a water-stressed country before the civil war began, brought on by regional drought, a naturally dry climate, and failed attempts at water management. But now the on-going crisis has had indirect and direct consequences on water sources, food security, and health systems.   Helen Lackner’s Yemen in Crisis: The Road to War was first published in and was reissued earlier this year. The book is wide-ranging and informative about Yemen’s recent history. The shortcomings occur in the assessments of the contemporary situation, where Lackner’s political leanings somewhat overshadow her analysis.


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