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Social Media: Middle East/Caucasus: Middle East: Jordan

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‘Peak Oil’ Is a Waste of Energy
Peak oil is cast as largely rhetoric by an MIT-based energy consultant. By Michael Lynch. (The New York Times, 08/24/2009) Read More...

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Iraqi Refugees: Seeking Stability in Syria and Jordan
In collaboration with Georgetown University’s Institute for the Study of International Migration (ISIM), CIRS has conducted a major study of the conditions and impact of the Iraqi refugee crisis in Sy... Read More...

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Stop Looking for 'Moderate' Shiites and Address Interests.
Author argues for more pragmatic, comprehensive approach from Western powers to deal with Shiite majority Middle Eastern countries and their rising influence. By Parag Khanna. (World Politics Review, ... Read More...

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Jordanian Islamists and Municipal Elections: Confirmation of a Problematic Trend?
The author discusses the recent municipal elections in Jordan and how the country thus far has resisted the regional pressures and trend toward Islamist politics. By David Schenker. (Washington Inst... Read More...

IA-Forum Interview: Professor Efraim Karsh
IA-Forum Interview: Professor Efraim Karsh
IA-Forum discusses current Middle East issues with Efraim Karsh, Professor and Head of the Mediterranean Studies Programme at King's College, University of London. By Bobby Bazemore. (IA-Forum, 03/2... Read More...

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Shimon Peres Conference at Sciences-Po Paris
Report on Shimon Peres' event at Science-Po Paris. By Youri Tessier-Stall. (IA-Forum, 12/14/2006) Read More...

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Jordan: Postponing the Elections?
The author discusses the possibility that the 2007 parliamentary elections in Jordan could be postponed. By Marc Lynch. (Abu Aardvark, 10/16/2006) Read More...

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Signs that crisis is regional, not just Israel vs. Palestinians
As violence escalates in the Middle East, concern that Iran may be guiding actions taken against Israel in a quest for regional hegemony. By Steven Erlanger. (New York Times, 7/13/06) Read More...

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Jordan Looks Inward: The Hashemite Kingdom in the Wake of Zarqawi and the Hamas-Israel Clash
The author argues that Jordan can strengthen its regional position by investing in domestic political reform. By Samer Abu Libdeh. (Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 7/7/2006) Read More...

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The inherently contradictory nature of Bush's policy in Jordan is attacked in the following article by James Forsyth. (The New Republic Online, 2/10/06, Free Registration Required) Read More...

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Muslim Societies Ready to Modernize - On Their Terms
The heads of Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Jordan agreed that Islamic societies must be allowed to reform from within. (World Economic Forum, 1/27/2006) Read More...

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The Right Path to Arab Democracy
Albright and Weber recommend a democratic evolution, not a revolution, in the Middle East. Middle Eastern leaders should outline clear paths to reform, with benchmarks along the way. By Madeleine Albr... Read More...

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Media violence and terrorism
This publication attempts to reveal some of the profound changes in the way that fundamental liberties such as freedom of expression and press freedom have been affected by terrorism and the efforts b... Read More...

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BBC In Depth: Jordan - Death of a King
Following King Hussein's death, BBC News Online's special coverage looks back at his reign and at the challenges which lie ahead for his country. (2/13/1999) Read More...

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