Syria And The Arab Impotence Factor

The debate that has been raging on both here in Jordan, and what I can safely assume the rest of the Arab World, regarding western military intervention has been enlightening. As expected, it’s an issue that is as polarizing as they come, and...

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When Security Is Paramount, What Happens To Reform?

By now, most of the world has become well aware of an alleged terror plot driven by 11 Jordanians, which sought to target key places throughout the Capital. At a time when Jordanians, and indeed much of the immediate region, is on high alert when it...

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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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