Executive Magazine’s Yasser Akkaoui talks to Nawaf Salam
Verbal and physical violence on university campuses
Yemen And The Southern Wild: Southern hostilities grow
Whilst the Jordanian economy is undoubtedly laboring under significant constraints,
Jordan’s banking system has endured the challenges
The Iraq-Jordan Pipeline: Jordan and Iraq
His Majesty King Abdullah II and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas signed what is being called a “historic” agreement that is posited to help the two sides push for the protection of Jerusalem.
Western officials are mounting pressure on what they say is “limited but growing” evidence that Syrian government troops have used chemical weapons against rebel forces.
Greece’s economic woes show no signs of abating after the country’s statistics service ELSTAT revealed that the national unemployment rate reached a new record of 27.2% in January, up from 25.7% just a month before.
In the 2013 Networked Readiness Index, Jordan ranked 47th in the world and sixth among Arab states, surpassed by Qatar, the UAE, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Oman.