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By Jawad Anani - Sep 09,2019
Some analysts are more inclined to believe that the so-called “Deal of the Century” is now nil and void.
By Jawad Anani - Sep 02,2019
Last week, I travelled to Berlin upon an invitation from the Euro-Mediterranean Association for Cooperation and Development to give a keynote speech on the future of such relations.The relation with Europe since the Crusades has been dominated by periods of conflict, competi
By Jawad Anani - Aug 26,2019
Judging by peoples’ stark and gloomy expectations, the national economy is rapidly moving from slowdown to recession.
By Jawad Anani - Aug 19,2019
There is a growing interest by American media directed to the Middle East, like Al Hurra TV and Sawa Radio, in the economic situation in Jordan.
By Jawad Anani - Aug 05,2019
A book which I wrote will be published soon. In September, there will be a launching ceremony of the book titled “Talal Abu-Ghazaleh: A Man from the Future”.
By Jawad Anani - Jul 29,2019
Jeremy Corbyn, leader of UK Labour Party, is an honourable person, but not exactly socialist. The same description applies to US Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont.
By Jawad Anani - Jul 23,2019
Although rumours are abound about the near end of the Omar Razzaz’s government, and that a search for a new prime minister is on, I beg to disagree.
By Jawad Anani - Jul 15,2019
The government pronouncements over the rising public debt in the first five months of the year caused a backlash from the Jordanian public.
By Jawad Anani - Jul 08,2019
If you want to have a general feel for what “economics of peace” means and what it covers, you can go to Wikipedia. It is mainly the analysis of the impact of violence on societies and the dividends of living in harmony with your neighbouring countries.
By Jawad Anani - Jul 02,2019
Some prominent analysts predict that the US will soon lose interest in the Middle East, and thin out its presence to the minimum scale possible.



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