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By Hasan Abu Nimah - Feb 19,2019
The Warsaw summit may have been “a failure for Trump”, but it certainly was not “a win for Netanyahu” as Trita Parsi wrote in Antiwar.com on February 15.Parsi explains that the summit did not realise the initially-planned US objective of creating an “anti-Iran alliance” and hence
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Feb 12,2019
Every time I drive in Amman, I witness the chaos in the city streets that seems to be increasing by the hour.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Feb 06,2019
Eight years ago, the Arab League suspended Syria's membership as it did Libya's.Both decisions were wrong, not just because they violated the league’s charter, but because by doing so, the body circumvented any possibility of addressing two major Arab crises in a responsible and
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Jan 29,2019
The prospects for a peaceful 2019 do not seem any better than what our region has been experiencing for decades.No amount of the usual seasonal good wishes for a happy and peaceful new year would make a difference while injustice resulting from aggression, lawlessness and occupat
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Jan 22,2019
I spent the last three days in Baghdad participating in a round-table meeting organised by the Baghdad Policy Club, which convened to discuss: Iraq and its neighbours — challenges and opportunities for a new regional stability.When I received the invitation a month ago, I wa
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Jan 15,2019
Late last week, there was another Israeli airstrike on Syrian targets in the immediate vicinity of the capital, Damascus. A day later, there was another attack on Gaza, something that happens on a regular basis.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Jan 08,2019
Once again, the so-called “ultimate deal”, US President Donald Trump's long awaited plan for settling the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, has been delayed.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Dec 18,2018
A European ambassador in Jordan once argued, insistently, that Israel can live with the Palestinian situation permanently.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Dec 11,2018
The simple answer is most people do. We have been witnessing the demonstrations in France and Belgium against the economic measures taken by their governments, specifically rising petrol prices.Jordanians share similar grievances.
By Hasan Abu Nimah - Dec 04,2018
Although talking about youth as the future sounds novel, the reality is that this has been the case all along. One generation takes over from its predecessor.

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