As this book has shown, Yemen’s interactions with the world are characterized by a form of mutual interdependence. The country is confronted with a number of structural challenges that it will not resolve themselves on their own. Amongst them, the issue of water scarcity is assumedly the most fundamental. However, as the dominant world continues to neglect these challenges and remains obsessed with jihadi violence or Iranian encroachment, it is likely that these structural, and yet forgotten challenges, will emerge in the global agenda.
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