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By Jawad Anani - Aug 24,2015
What would be Jordan’s gains and pains if it were to join the Gulf Cooperation Council?Would such membership bring more advantages to Jordan than what it is already getting from its current relations with the GCC?In 1981, the GCC was established as a defence pact by six Arabian P
By Jawad Anani - Aug 17,2015
On August 9, Prince El Hassan bin Talal patronised the launching of the “Arab Economic Charter” in Amman.His Royal Highness also launched the “Arab Social Charter” in December 2012.
By Jawad Anani - Aug 10,2015
A national conference on education was held in Amman at the end of July, and on August 5, Their Majesties King Abdullah and Queen Rania met with the premier, army chief and education minister to review its main recommendations.
By Jawad Anani - Aug 03,2015
This past holy month of Ramadan revealed the extent of resilience, co-existence and the fraternity between Jordanian Christians and Muslims. Ramadan spanned over the months of June and July, the longest days of the year.
By Jawad Anani - Jul 27,2015
I mined the Internet to see if anyone had used the term “tunnelonomics”, but did not find any reference.
By Jawad Anani - Jul 20,2015
When the Department of Statistics published the first quarter 2015 national accounts data, many people exhibited anxiety.
By Jawad Anani - Jul 14,2015
The Greeks invented “tragedies” more than two and a half millennia ago. The origin of the word “tragedy” is contested, but there is agreement that it came from two words: “goat” and “song”.
By Jawad Anani - Jul 05,2015
In the second Abbasid Caliphate, the Arab world was subjected to many unsettling events and earth-shaking upheavals.
By Jawad Anani - Jun 29,2015
I first heard of the term “economic sufficiency” from the current Thai ambassador in Amman.
By Jawad Anani - Jun 21,2015
Dr Omar Lattouf is a renowned cardio surgeon.



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