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by Moshin A Alaini

eBook 50 years in shifting sands Personal experience in the building of a modern state in Yemen download ISBN: 995374002X
Author: Moshin A Alaini
Publisher: Editions Dar An-Nahar (2004)
Language: English
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personal experience in the building of a modern state in Yemen. Published 2004 by Dar An-Nahar in Beirut. 384 p. ; Number of pages

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ISBN13:9789953740027. Release Date:January 2004.

by Moshin A Alaini · data of the paperback book 50 years in shifting sands. ISBN: 978-9953-74-002-7. ISBN-10: 9953-74-002-X.

by Mohsin A. Alaini, former Prime Minister of Yemen. The sands shifted constantly

by Mohsin A. Dar An-Nahar, Beirut, 2004. The sands shifted constantly. We are given inside views of the Khamir conference in 1965, the (bloodless) coup of November 1970 which sent Abdullah al-Sallal into exile, the abortive ‘unity’ agreement with Aden in 1972, and the blunder (by others) of deposing Qadhi Abd al-Rahman al-Iryani in 1974. is of particular interest. Many characters recur; others cross the stage fleetingly.

The modern construction refers to buildings that built recently in Yemen, mostly in cities and. towns

The modern construction refers to buildings that built recently in Yemen, mostly in cities and. towns. In these urban areas, constructions are frequently carried out using modern techniques, and. whose main characteristic is the structural reinforced concrete frame. The external walls are made. The Construction industry in Yemen confronts many development constraints, such as the inadequate implementation of appropriate building materials and labour construction technologies.

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