By Missy Ryan, May 1, 2007
Once deemed a humanitarian problem, failed states are now recognized as threats to global security. Today, 52 countries are mired in poverty and lack effective governance. Yet no one is certain how to help them.
Read more: States of Failure
Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 63 Issue 3 Topics: Uncategorized
Missy Ryan is a journalist who was in Yemen in July and August 2006....
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