The groundbreaking interim agreement reached between the P5+1 and Iran has marked the beginning of the end of conflict over Tehran’s nuclear enrichment program. Shadi Awwad takes a look at this agreement and the ripple effect it may have on the global economic and political scenes.
Naseem Tarawnah looks at why Jordan needs to take
From assessing Jordan’s reform efforts and
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) was born out of the ashes of the Soviet Union,
The latest assessment by Standard & Poor’s
The Kurdish region feels geostrategic heat,
As part of its clampdown on illegal workers in the Kingdom, the Saudi Arabian government has announced that it had deported more than 60,000 illegal foreign workers in just over two weeks in November.
The frenzy that took over the trading debut of one of the world’s most famous brand names, Twitter, was “unforeseen” contend analysts who watched Facebook’s IPO receive a lukewarm welcome.
The Ministry of Health has said that 16 HIV/AIDS cases were reported in Jordan over the course of 2013, adding that 23 cases were diagnosed among foreigners this year.