Since the civil war in Syria began in 2011, much has changed in Jordan.
On December 6 last year, with a clear majority of votes, Jordan assumed its two-year seat at the UN Security Council (UNSC) for the third time in the organization’s history.
Khamenei has a new president and a new era to oversee. Analysis by Gareth Smyth*.
The Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ) is looking to the launch of a new centralized e-payment service as a multi-pronged boost for the national economy
The Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ) is looking to the launch of a new centralized e-payment service as a multi-pronged boost for the national economy, predicting a long list of benefits by enabling consumers to pay both private- and public-sector bills online via ATMs, laptops and mobile phones.
After almost 15 continuous years under IMF arrangements, Jordan indicated that a Stand-By Arrangement (that expired in July 2004) marked the country’s “graduation” from reliance on IMF borrowing
The Central Bank of the UAE has said that Standard Chartered is liable to legal action in the country after the banking group agreed to close some customers’ UAE accounts as part of an anti-money laundering settlement with US regulators
Israel has killed 1,855 civilians, over 465 of them children, while Israel has announced that it lost 64 of its soldiers in the offensive