The last missing fence in the desert: The Saudi‐Yemeni boundary

@inproceedings{Schofield1996TheLM,
  title={The last missing fence in the desert: The Saudi‐Yemeni boundary},
  author={Richard N. Schofield},
  year={1996}
}
Alone within Arabia, the eastern three‐quarters of the international land boundary between Saudi Arabia and Yemen remains to be delimited. The Riyadh and San'a governments have been engaged intermittently in bilateral negotiations towards settling the region's last indeterminate territorial limit since the summer of 1992. These consultations have also focused upon the short existing stretch of the boundary between the two states along the Red Sea margins ‐ a border regulated by the most unusual… Expand