The combination of political and economic problems that Jordan faces today is without precedent, and the worn tools used to overcome these problems in the past are now inadequate.
That Jordan teeters on the edge of crisis is a cliché decades old. Yet the combination of political and economic problems the country faces today is without precedent, and the worn tools used to overcome these problems in the past are now inadequate.
Lebanon’s and Jordan’s efforts to advance female participation in their armed forces are discussed in a pair of podcasts.
The greatest casualty from President Joe Biden’s recent visit to the Middle East was peace.
Paul Haenle will moderate a discussion with Chinese, Middle Eastern, and Singaporean scholars on the key issues in China-Middle East relations and the geopolitical implications.
Damascus and Amman began repairing relations last year. But after a decade of war, Syria will be a very different partner than it has been in the past.
The genuine empowerment of females lies in their achieving legal equality with their male counterparts.
In an interview on the anniversary of the 1991 Arab-Israeli peace conference, Marwan Muasher looks back.
There is no question that Washington’s position in the broader Middle East was dented by the fiasco in Afghanistan. Ultimately, however, U.S. assets in the region are still unrivaled: the United States’ political and economic influence, hard power, soft power, embrace of multilateral diplomacy, and leadership of a rules-based global order continue to give it the upper hand over all its rivals.