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By Jawad Anani - Jul 20,2015
When the Department of Statistics published the first quarter 2015 national accounts data, many people exhibited anxiety.
By Jawad Anani - Jul 14,2015
The Greeks invented “tragedies” more than two and a half millennia ago. The origin of the word “tragedy” is contested, but there is agreement that it came from two words: “goat” and “song”.
By Jawad Anani - Jul 05,2015
In the second Abbasid Caliphate, the Arab world was subjected to many unsettling events and earth-shaking upheavals.
By Jawad Anani - Jun 29,2015
I first heard of the term “economic sufficiency” from the current Thai ambassador in Amman.
By Jawad Anani - Jun 21,2015
Dr Omar Lattouf is a renowned cardio surgeon.
By Jawad Anani - Jun 14,2015
When the prime minister of Jordan reminds his audience of his government’s achievements, he rightly points to the rising levels of foreign exchange reserves at the Central Bank of Jordan.In 1988-89, the Jordan dinar was devalued, de facto, caving to the pressures of low foreign e
By Jawad Anani - May 26,2015
 On what basis do peace laureates win the Nobel Prize?This is a question that comes to mind when unknown individuals with no track record to speak of win it.Not that they do or do not deserve it, but it is a commonly eyebrow-raising question.If one Googles the citations of t
By Jawad Anani - Mar 26,2015
Aqaba is not merely a historical place and the only port Jordan has, it is also an economic opportunity. Investments poured into it since King Abdullah’s accession to the throne exceed $20 billion.
By Jawad Anani - Dec 07,2014
If I were an American strategist advising the White House master on which country in the Middle East I can trust and fully rely on, which one I would choose?  The criteria for choice would be roughly made up of the following list of characteristics: The first one is a coun
By Jawad Anani - Sep 15,2014
One of my grandsons has learned the poem “Twinkle, twinkle, little star”.



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