DOI:​10.1057/978-1-137-55769-8_41
Corpus ID: 157791961
Shifting Priorities: Reconstituting Security Agendas and Security Sector Reforms in Yemen
J. CookPublished 2017Political Science
Led by the U.S. and the “War on Terror”, conflicting priorities of how to address “security” and “terrorism” with the partners they engage have emerged. Examining the case of Yemen and how women are… Expand
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