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Hassan A. Barari
By Hassan A. Barari - Jul 15,2019
I was invited to attend, last Sunday, a meeting with Prime Minister Omar Razzaz to discuss various issues of national interest.
By Hassan A. Barari - Jul 08,2019
Kuwait and Qatar have made a decision to revoke the accreditation of some 15 Jordanian universities. This decision triggered a public debate in Jordan as to why Jordanian universities lose their once good reputation.
By Hassan A. Barari - Jul 02,2019
US President Donald Trump’s contempt for democratic rights recently became a subject of debate.
By Hassan A. Barari - May 27,2019
While the US team, led by Jared Kushner and regional envoy Jason Greenblatt, are keeping their cards close to their chests, and keeping observers guessing about the content of the “deal of the century”, we know that it will chip away at the prospects for an independent Palestinia
By Hassan A. Barari - May 13,2019
US President Donald Trump is considering labelling the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organisation. While it is not clear yet as why he is doing so, a step like this would certainly trigger another unnecessary spiral of anti-American sentiments in the Middle East.
By Hassan A. Barari - Apr 29,2019
Not a while ago, I had the chance to talk to a 95-year old man with a vivid memory of the unfolding events since the independence of Jordan.
By Hassan A. Barari - Apr 22,2019
A close look at what Jordanians post on social medial reveals that they are not satisfied with the continuation of Jordan’s decision to lower the diplomatic representation with Qatar.
By Hassan A. Barari - Apr 15,2019
Anyone following the unfolding events in Sudan and north Africa will realise that the autocratic status quo is untenable.
By Hassan A. Barari - Mar 25,2019
The trilateral summit in Cairo that included Egypt, Jordan and Iraq represents a new opportunity for Jordan to advance trade, economic and investment cooperation in the region.
By Hassan A. Barari - Mar 11,2019
Just a few years after the end of Jordan’s spring, it seems that the country is once again polarised between two competing visions for how to get the country off the hook.The top-down approach argues that for Jordan to navigate through the uncertainties of the region, reforms are



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