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The Main Areas of Cooperation Between the Yemen Republic and the Russian Federation
Abstract.The subject of the research is the relations between Russia and Yemen and foreign policy of Russia towards Yemen. The researcher touches upon such aspects of the Russian-Yemeni relations as bilateral political and economic relations, development of the legal basis of modern Russian-Yemeni relations and the role of Yemen in Russia's Near East policy as well as the attitude of Russia to the Yemeni crisis. Al-Akvaa analyzes the attitude of the Russian Federation to the Yemeni crisis, in particular, Russia's policy that supports the neutrality and readiness to cooperate with all parts of the conflict which makes Russia a possible intermediate that may help solve the conflict. In the course of the research the author has used a set of numbers including analysis of researches and publications, descriptive narrative and comparative historical methods. The novelty of the reseasrch is caused by the fact that the author analyzes the history of the relationships between Russia and Yemen at this stage as part of both overall Russia's Near East Policy and bilateral political and economic relations. The researcher focuses on the development of relations between Russia and Yemen after the collapse of the USSR including the relations that rae based on the historical Soviet-Yemeni relations. The author also offers to discuss the opportunity of Russia's participation as an intermediate in the management of the Yemeni conflict.
Keywords: Soviet Union, Near East, Yemeni crisis, Russian Federation, foreign policy, Yemen, Arab countries, Arabian Peninsula, bilateral relations, conflict
Article was received:01-11-2018
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