by Patrick Appel

Joshua FoustĀ feels Yemen is a better candidate for political reform than its neighbors:

[T]he protesters in Yemen are not demanding revolutionary change. Unlike those in Tunisia and Egypt, the Yemenis, based on their more modest demands and more orderly protests, seem to want some reforms and a peaceful, eventual transition of power--something the country's government seems willing to accept

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