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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.
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Aug 02,2015
The Turkish military intervention against the PKK (Kurdistan Workers’ Party) and Daesh marks a new turning point in the Syrian crisis.
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Jul 26,2015
To face the current waves of radicalism, many believe that Jordan should adopt a deradicalisation strategy.
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Jul 13,2015
Dynamic changes in the region might have a positive impact on the Syrian crisis. The Saudi deputy crown prince’s visit to Moscow and his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin seems to be a crucial point in changing the Saudi position regarding the Syrian crisis.
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Jul 05,2015
Many attempts were made to solve the Syrian crisis over the past four years.
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Jun 29,2015
Many suggestions are given and theoretical scenarios being discussed by international think tanks regarding the problems of the Middle East and possible solutions for the continuous crises.The major reason for the many theories and scenarios about the “New Middle East” is the amb
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Jun 14,2015
Regional developments, including recent Daesh victories, pose growing military and political challenges and threats to Jordan, which must determine its strategy to manage and respond to unexpected events and the threat approaching its borders.It is in this context that we have to
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Jun 07,2015
For any de-radicalisation strategy to be effective, the processes and systems that lead to radicalisation must be revised.This is particularly relevant since Daesh’s declaration of the caliphate and as the world is confronted with this violent ideology.Many legitimate questions a
By Amer Al Sabaileh - Jun 01,2015
As the region continues going through dramatic developments, Jordan is closely watching Daesh coming closer to its borders, a development that poses new security and political challenges to the Kingdom.The recent challenges started with the fall of the “Nassib” border between Jor
By Amer Al Sabaileh - May 24,2015
As the crisis in Syria was progressing, the US administration floated a series of unrealistic proposals to address the situation.The latest recycled proposal is to train so-called moderate rebels to be sent into Syria to fight terrorist groups and, of course, the Syrian Army.Ther

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