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Why not now?
...before it’s too late...
06/09/2007

After the unification of Yemen in 1990, the rendezvous with development took place at unprecedented rate in this small Arab country. But in the face of heavily armed citizenry, internal violence and tribal influence limit the government initiative of bringing peace & security to the nation. Yemen ranks 150th on HDI, which by any standard is not worth appreciating even though it has developed legal safeguards & laws, intended to prevent human rights along with allowing citizens a degree of freedom of expression, which is not present in many other Arab countries. But lack of accountability eats away whatever good could have accrued to this nation. Most of Yemenis in government positions do not perform their duties, thus hampering the administrative functioning at large. On the economic front, trade & international relations suffer due to absence of proper laws.

For Yemen has a tremendous location advantage for it to take clue form other growing middle east economies & leverage them to their advantage.

By:- B&E
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