Yemen: General Characteristics of the Development of the State in Conditions of Political Conflict
( Pp. 57-61)

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Penkov V.F.
Tambov State Technical University
Tambov, Russian Federation Aldaheri A.A.A.
Ural Humanitarian Institute of the Ural Federal University named after the First President of Russia B.N. Yeltsin
Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation Al-Arosi Z.М.М.
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The article analyzes the state of the socio-economic standard of living in Yemen in the context of political conflicts associated with the existence of contradictions between the South and the North of the state. United at the end of the XX century, South and North Yemen, even after a 20-year period, could not actually become a single state, which significantly affects the quality and standard of living of citizens and the development of the state as a whole. At the same time, it is the conflict situation that influences the impossibility of achieving sustainable development and the formation of the state as a single Arab state.
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Penkov V.F., Aldakheri A.A., Alarusi Z.M.M. Yemen: General Characteristics of the Development of the State in Conditions of Political Conflict. Sociopolitical Sciences. 2023. Vol. 13. No. 5. Pр. 57–61. (In Rus.) DOI: 10.33693/2223-0092-2023-13-5-57-61. EDN: ZESPSB
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socio-economic development, political conflict, Southern and Northern Yemen, standard of living of citizens.

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