by H.M.S.U. .
Written in English
English and Arabic text.
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Examining political and socioeconomic change in the Yemen Arab Republic (YAR), this book, first published in , focuses primarily on the quarter century following the overthrow of the imamate in The problems and politics of the period’s republican leaders and their regimes are analysed against the backdrop of Yemen’s traditional Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Introduction --The ancient states: The incense trade ; Maʻīn abd Saba ; Ethiopian invasion and the rise of monotheism ; Extinction of the Sabean state --The Islamic background: Early Islam ; The Yemeni apostasy ; Islam as a political system ; Shīʻism and Yemen ; Yemen under the Umayyads and. Mohamed moved the family piecemeal to Sana’a, then capital of the northern Yemen Arab Republic. Whereas the Aden of memory had boasted the attractions of . The s were marked by a worldwide struggle for independence and the appeal of socialism. Arab nationalists had already liberated the Arab states of Egypt, Syria, Libya, Algeria, Iraq, and North Yemen. Aden unions teamed up with Arab nationalists from the Hadramawt. Amidst independence movements and revolutions worldwide, British rule finally collapsed in
Following the collapse of the Ottoman Empire in after the Great War, northern Yemen became an independent state as the Mutawakkilite Kingdom of Yemen. On 27 September , revolutionaries inspired by the Arab nationalist ideology of United Arab Republic (Egyptian) President Gamal Abdel Nasser deposed the newly crowned King Muhammad al-Badr, took control of Sanaʽa, and Currency: North Yemeni rial. Yemen, an arid and mostly mountainous country situated at the southwestern corner of the Arabian Peninsula. This article provides a geographical and historical treatment of Yemen, including maps, statistics, and a survey of its people, economy, and government. North Yemen gained independence from the Ottoman Empire in November , and South Yemen became independent from Britain on Novem The Republic of Yemen was established on , with the merger of North Yemen (the Yemen Arab Republic) and South Yemen (the People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen). Yemen - Yemen - The age of imperialism: Developments in the 19th century were fateful for Yemen. The determination of various European powers to establish a presence in the Middle East elicited an equally firm determination in other powers to thwart such efforts. For Yemen, the most important participants in the drama were the British, who took over Aden in , and the Ottoman Empire, which.
The Yemen Arab Republic: The Politics of Development, Croom Helm. Britain and the Yemen Civil War, Sussex Academic Press. listing more t books and , other kinds of references. They may be accessed by the "Bibliography" tab at the top of most pages, or via the "Related Topics" box in the. During his rule Yemen joined the Arab League () and the United Nations (). Imam Yahya was assassinated during a palace coup attempt and was succeeded by his son, Ahmad, who ruled. BRITAIN AND THE COVERT WAR IN YEMEN This is an extract from Mark Curtis’ superb book Unpeople: Britain’s Secret Human Rights Abuses. It tells the story of Britain’s secret war in Yemen in the s to restore the monarchy and Saudi control, and to protect its interests, and military base, in the region. The War in Yemen. By Patrick ally and has taken sides in the inter-Arab struggle for power. of the republic in Yemen and Britain's continued reluctance to do so points to a basic.