Al Qaeda's Leadership in Yemen

DeAtkine, Norvell B.
June 2011
American Diplomacy;6/13/2011, p1
Academic Journal
The article reviews the article "Al Qaeda's Leadership in Yemen," by Scott Stewart, which appeared in the weblink of Strategies Forecasting Inc. (STRATFOR) web site, www.stratfor.com/weekly/20110511-al-qaeda-leadership-yemen.


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