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By Amer Al Sabaileh - Oct 18,2015
The Russian military move in Syria came after a series of meetings and understandings Moscow reached with several parties, including Washington.The lack of decisiveness in the US policy, which prevailed in the foregoing phase, especially since the emergence of Daesh, created a sp
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Oct 11,2015
A national think tank should not reflect harmony and pro-government politics, but should at least be able to influence policy in an informal way.The idea of involving more people in the decision-making process, in an informal way, is undoubtedly brilliant, as it gives people
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Oct 04,2015
The US and Russia seem to have finally agreed that fighting terrorism in Syria is a priority. This poses a new challenge to many countries, which will need to shift their position vis-à-vis the Syrian crisis, including to Syria’s neighbouring countries such as Turkey and Jor
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Sep 20,2015
Today, the greatest political challenges for Jordan come from two different fronts: On one side, the inevitable consequences of the Syrian issue, on the other, the possible escalation of the problems in the West Bank.
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Sep 13,2015
Having Syrian President Bashar Assad a part of a political settlement of the country’s conflict poses a problem for many.The link between a political settlement and Assad going seems to be the major obstacle to launching the process that could bring about a political resolution.I
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Sep 06,2015
After the fall of the Muslim Brotherhood’s regime in Egypt, a new vision seems to have taken root in the region, one that rejects the idea of dividing the big Arab countries into small ethnical and religious cantons.Recent developments in the region, particularly the deal with Ir
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Aug 30,2015
Most of the Middle East nowadays is fertile territory for expansion of radicalism.Radicalisation is usually an evolutionary process that includes various stages: pre-radicalisation, self- identification, indoctrination and fighting.
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Aug 23,2015
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government has been suffering from a diplomatic crisis.
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Aug 16,2015
Turkey’s military intervention in the north of Syria against PKK is naturally bound to provoke reactions.
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Aug 09,2015
Recent major developments — political, security and others — in the Middle East represent a challenge that seriously jeopardises the identity of the region.



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