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ArtikelA Lonely Master of a Divided House  
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Jenis: Article from Bulletin/Magazine
Dalam koleksi: The Economist ( vol. 395 no. 8679 (Apr. 2010), page 37-38.
Topik: Yemen; Bribed; Not Real Democracy; Democracy; Corruption
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Isi artikelCan Yemen’s president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, survive against such odds? THERE is good reason to admire the craftiness of Yemen’s embattled president, Ali Abdullah Saleh. He has ruled northern Yemen since 1978 and its union with the once-independent south since 1990. Its 24m people are scattered over deserts and craggy mountains in 150,000 settlements. Its resources are limited, its tribes fiercely independent and well-armed, its plagues of poverty, illiteracy and malnutrition persistent. It is famously hard to govern. Yet even if the power of Mr Saleh’s state has seldom extended beyond Yemen’s main towns, roads and oilfields, it is remarkable that he has maintained even a semblance of control. These days, however, even the agile Mr Saleh is finding it increasingly hard to keep the peace and secure his grip.
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