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By Shehab Al Makahleh - Aug 26,2020
“The Global Risks Report 2020”, the 15th edition of the World Economic Forum, which was issued recently, unveils that the world faces 5 keys challenges: Nationalism and populism trends, aggravating economic conditions and income disparity, rapid climate changes, technologies of t
By Shehab Al Makahleh - Jul 23,2020
The office of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has tried to justify the postponement of the planned annexation process of the Occupied West Bank and the Western part of Jordan Valley by saying that Israel is still discussing this matter with the Americans.
By Shehab Al Makahleh - Jun 24,2020
As July 1 approaches, mystery remains regarding Israeli plans.
By Shehab Al Makahleh - Jun 06,2020
It is easy to have many enemies, but it is difficult to have friends. This is Jordan’s motto. Befriending has been the strategy of Jordan since the country’s independence.
By Shehab Al Makahleh - May 04,2020
His Majesty King Abdullah stressed that world leaders should put politics and popularity aside if they wanted to succeed in facing the coronavirus epidemic.
By Shehab Al Makahleh - Apr 13,2020
The 2020 US presidential elections race is now apparent: A dependable Democrat against a Republican leader.
By Shehab Al Makahleh - Apr 01,2020
After the Corona crisis, the world will change, governments will suffer, strong economies will falter, international alliances may disintegrate while other coalitions will emerge. Perhaps the phrase “the world beyond corona” is now frequently used.
By Shehab Al Makahleh - Mar 19,2020
The whole world is in a state of anxiety. The COVID-19 panic has been a result of the case of vagueness of the nature of the disease and how to contain it rather than how to cure patients who have fallen ill with this virus.
By Shehab Al Makahleh - Mar 14,2020
In the aftermath of "Rio + 20" conference in 2012, Belgian economist Gunter Pauli talked about the need to protect the sustainable management of water resources, based on the assumption that ocean ecosystems are more productive and a must for the sustainability of the ocean-based
By Shehab Al Makahleh - Mar 05,2020
After more than 60 days of the outbreak of a new coronavirus known as COVID-19, the world had been discovering new ways in China and its health system that remarkably managed to impose quarantine on whole cities within days to cease the spread of this disease.



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