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Regime and Periphery in Northern Yemen: The Huthi Phenomenon

@inproceedings{Salmoni2010RegimeAP,
  title={Regime and Periphery in Northern Yemen: The Huthi Phenomenon},
  author={Barak A. Salmoni and Bryce Loidolt and Madeleine Wells},
  year={2010}
}
Summary Introduction Sa'da in the North Yemeni Context The Sociocultural Ecology of the Huthi Conflict: Tribalism and Religion Run-Up to the Regime-Huthi Conflict, 1980s-2001 From Tension to Confrontation: Triggers of Conflict, 2001-2004 From Phases to Rolling Conflict: Time Line, Geography, and Magnitude of Huthi-GoY Fighting GoY Operations: Goals and Methods The Huthis as Combatants Conflict Prolongers: The Environmental, Human, and Economic Consequences of Huthi-GoY Fighting Conclusion… 

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