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Combating Terrorism Center (Ctc) Harmony Project : A False Foundation Aqap, Tribes and Ungoverned Spaces in Yemen; October 2011: October 2011

By Koehler, Gabriel Derek

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Title: Combating Terrorism Center (Ctc) Harmony Project : A False Foundation Aqap, Tribes and Ungoverned Spaces in Yemen; October 2011: October 2011  
Author: Koehler, Gabriel Derek
Volume: Oct-11
Language: English
Subject: Military, Defense, Education
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, CTC Sentinel Journal Collection
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Publication Date:
2011
Publisher: Combating Terrorism Center

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Derrick, G. K. (2011). Combating Terrorism Center (Ctc) Harmony Project : A False Foundation Aqap, Tribes and Ungoverned Spaces in Yemen; October 2011. Retrieved from http://community.worldlibrary.net/


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Description: The Harmony Project is a series of newletters which explains the issues and governemtn in the Middle east and recent news on al-Qa'ida

Summary
Summary: he report specifically concentrates on events and actors in Yemen’s Eastern governorates, often described as the most “tribal” parts of Yemen and an epicenter of AQAP activity. This discussion of the tribes of Marib and al-Jawf is informed by 12 months of research conducted in Yemen including fieldwork in the governorate of Marib. The author’s network of contacts and dozens of interviews with tribal leaders and tribesmen suggest that although tribes have long been cited as a primary resiliency mechanism for AQAP, the group enjoys no formal alliance with tribes in either Marib or al-Jawf and there is ample evidence to suggest that, contrary to popular analysis, the group’s strength and durability does not stem from Yemen’s tribes.

 

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