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The exploitation of a weak state Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula in Yemen
Nicholas J. HedbergPublished 2010Geography
Abstract : Yemen is a weak state, as the government does not have the capability to assert effective control over the entirety of its territory. The Yemeni government faces three major challenges… Expand
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