The Conflicts in Yemen and U.S. National Security

@inproceedings{Terrill2011TheCI,
  title={The Conflicts in Yemen and U.S. National Security},
  author={W. Terrill},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract : Yemen is not currently a failed state, but it is experiencing huge political and economic problems that can have a direct impact on U.S. interests in the region. It has a rapidly expanding population with a resource base that is limited and already leaves much of the current population in poverty. The government obtains around a third of its budget revenue from sales of its limited and declining oil stocks, which most economists state will be exhausted by 2017. Yemen has critical… Expand
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