Jordanian Parliament Goes From Embarrassing To Tragic

There are no words I can conjure to appropriately describe my lack of enthusiasm for our parliament and its members. A chamber that is filled with people who have bribed their way in, bought their way in, that out number any minority of half decent...

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Recycling Jordanian Governments

Still trying to wrap my head around the Khasawneh resignation and despite all the heated rhetoric being thrown around in the press, ed and the attacks being launched upon the man, tadalafil leave it to Emad Hajjaj to say it all. Brilliant. But the...

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Jordan’s Diplomatic Passports Brouhaha

After some limited so-called public outrage over moves by Parliament to amend the Passport law to grant themselves permanent diplomatic passports – along with royal family members, senators, royal court chiefs, King’s advisors, Islamic...

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Jordan’s Pop Patriotism Defined

As an adjective, “pop” is typically defined as something that is sudden in nature; a phenomenon in a sense. It is often short-lived, but its transient shelf-life can last upwards of a decade (e.g. reality tv for instance). I’ve...

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