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 economic news that I heard on a trip last month to Europe was generally better than that of the past few years.
Two Jordanian companies have signed an agreement to buy $500 million worth of natural gas from Israel’s offshore Tamar field.
A private bank and wealth manager, it is one of the world’s oldest banks.
Government spokesperson Mohammad Momani recently announced that the government has endorsed a new amendment to the Universities Law.