ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Another Yemen in Aden?

How serious is Britain about Aden's future wellbeing? Is it enough for Brown, the Foreign Secretary, to ask the Aden nationalists to return from their exile—an exile which, it is necessary to say, is not wholly self imposed, as is frequently made out in the British press— and "play their part" in working the Federation? And what will be Britain's commitment to such a Federation, if it is found to be not viable? The Federation has a chance only if, at some future date, it is linked with Yemen, an independent State. But Yemen's own future has still to be worked out and the character of its government decided incontrovertibly

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