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Who will live in the new capital? Is this related to New Jordan?

Eng. Saleem Al Batayneh Where are we heading? We no longer ask this question. What’s more important is on is what is going on. That is the real question. It is not guaranteed that we will get satisfactory answers to any of these queries, especially those vague questions. …

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Political crisis in Israel: what should we expect?

Recently, Israel has been convulsed by public protests against PM Netanyahu’s judicial reform project. The turmoil started when Netanyahu, newly returned to office as head of a coalition that has been described as the most far-right one since Israel’s independence, announced a plan to overhaul the judiciary. Netanyahu’s …

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Munich Security Conference, a bid to regain western self-confidence and reputation

By Shehab Al Makahleh Over 30 heads of state, senior politicians, military officers, diplomats and 110 ministers and business representatives conferred have taken part in the 59th Munich Security Conference, to discuss security challenges the world is undergoing. The current conference comes a week before the first anniversary …

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Terrorism Has Changed, America Must Too

All parts of government need to do their part to upgrade our ability to name terrorists and keep them from establishing safe havens for planning attacks. The year 1997 saw Bill Clinton begin his second term as president of the United States, DVDs come into existence as a …

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The Brzezinski Doctrine And NATO’s Response To Russia’s Assault On Ukraine

The American-Polish scholar Zbigniew Brzezinski has proven to be one of the most insightful of the geostrategists, old-guard Kremlinologists, and futurologists of the 20th and 21st centuries. He contributed to “formulating a coherent strategy for the United States, that aimed at dismantling the Soviet bloc” and liberating Central …

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Jordan’s economic security, a pillar of national security

Dr. Shehab Al-Makahleh After few days, we will welcome a new year and bid farewell to another. We have nothing but to be optimistic to get out of the economic difficulties caused by regional, international and domestic circumstances that raised the debt to US$41 billion, which constitutes 117% …

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Jordan’s stability and security, a red line

Dr. Shehab Al-Makahleh I have been discussing the latest incidents in Jordan with a number of political and security strategist in the West who voiced their support to government measures to counter violence. They reiterated their full support to Jordan as a stable country whose stability is a …

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Weapons from Ukraine’s war now coming to Africa

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari said that weapons from the raging war between Russia and Ukraine are now slipping into the Lake Chad Basin region. Lake Chad region, an economically and socially integrated area in West and Central Africa straddling Cameroon, Chad, Niger, and Nigeria. In his opening address …

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Economics of Terrorism: Companies Bring New Innovative Solutions to Preventing Terrorism across Europe

Amid terrorist attacks in Europe, Strategic Intelligence Research & Resourcing’s sentiment is extremist violence will persist and become a normal state of affairs. Many call it the “New Normal”.  Investment partnerships can help prevent terrorism through new innovations where countries benefit with new emerging security technologies.   Reasons …

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