Yemen and the Politics of Permanent Crisis

Taylor & Francis Group, 30 jun. 2017
"Cover"--"Half Title"--"Title" -- "Copyright" -- "Contents" -- "Acknowledgements" -- "Glossary" -- "Map of Yemen" -- "Introduction" -- "How did it come to this?" -- "Why was nothing being done?" -- "Approach" -- "Key players" -- "Chapter One The nature of the threat" -- "Security threats" -- "Socio-economic threats" -- "Political threats: Saleh's exclusionary model" -- "Chapter Two The regime, the West and the language of reform" -- "The formal political settlement" -- "The language of reform" -- "Chapter Three The informal rules of the game" -- "The tribes" -- "Neopatrimonialism" -- "The patronage system: the outer circle" -- "Who is included?" -- "Where are the red lines?" -- "Rivalry" -- "Crisis management" -- "Political economy" -- "Collective-action problems in the patronage system" -- "Chapter Four External geopolitical actors" -- "Saudi Arabia" -- "The West" -- "Chapter Five The regime" -- "The inner circle" -- "Succession and factional rivalry" -- "How the inner circle's political settlement was forged" -- "A collective-action problem" -- "The Yemeni regime" -- "Chapter Six The political parties" -- "The JMP" -- "Islah" -- "The YSP" -- "The Nasserite Party" -- "Hizb al-Haqq" -- "The Union of Popular Forces (UPF)" -- "The (Syrian) Arab Ba'ath Socialist Party" -- "Why was the JMP established?" -- "The JMP's collective-action problem" -- "The JMP and elite bargaining" -- "The ruling party: the GPC" -- "Why the political party elites have not acted developmentally" -- "Chapter Seven Yemen and the 2011 Arab Uprisings" -- "Why did Saleh take Yemen on such a disastrous course?" -- "What did most observers know that Saleh did not?" -- "Conclusion" -- "Why Yemen hasn't helped itself: three collective-action problems" -- "The role of external policy" -- "Difficult choices

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