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By Amer Al Sabaileh - Mar 18,2018
The Turkish “Operation Olive Branch” in northern Syria has been quite chaotic since it began earlier this year, as the targets of the Turkish military are the Kurdish fighters, who are America’s only reliable ally in Syria.
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Mar 11,2018
The regional ongoing crisis has had extremely negative impacts on Jordan’s economy and, in order to turn things around, a new way of thinking is required of Jordanian decision makers.
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Mar 04,2018
The American administration decided to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem on May 14.
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Feb 26,2018
It is clear that the Trump administration in the US is adopting a new strategy in the Middle East that is far more engaged than the Obama administration.This year, the US position in Syria has been very aggressive, both militarily and politically.
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Feb 18,2018
Recent weeks have seen growing numbers of protesters returning to the streets of Jordan. While the main message of the protesters is about economic hardships, we must also see the broader picture.
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Feb 11,2018
Jordan appears to be running a political strategy of opposing the US position of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Feb 04,2018
The vacuum left by the recent fall of Daesh is being filled by new terror groups, who are forming and developing networks through existing criminal groups in order to raise money and transport weapons.
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Jan 28,2018
Geopolitics in the Middle East is dynamic with continuous crises and ongoing change. Recently we have seen expanding crises with new actors and shifts in policies and interests.
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Jan 22,2018
Many are hopeful that 2018 will be the year of resolution in the various conflicts and crises in the Middle East. There are indications, however, that we might just see the opposite on several fronts.
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Jan 14,2018
With the spark of anti-government protests in Iran, many have started to question whether these demonstrations will lead to any change, or whether they will be oppressed by the Iranian regime like they were in 2009. The protesters are frustrated by high unemployment rates, i



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