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Read The PSI Newsletter For November

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Regimes and Youth: What Has Changed After the Arab Spring?

A few days ago, the Politics and Society Institute (in Amman) and the Tammy Foundation for Youth Development published the book, which I co-authored with the researcher Kamel Al-Nabulsi, “Youth Policies in the Arab Countries: What Has Changed After the Arab Spring?”, which is a comparative and analytical study of the policies of eight Arab countries. Towards youth (Egypt, Tunisia,…

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Israeli Elections: A Second Zionist State in Palestine and the Legitimization of Corruption?

The world saw Knesset member Itamar Ben Gvir, in December 2021, grabbing his pistol, even though he was surrounded by Israeli soldiers, and pointing it at the Palestinians of Sheikh Jarrah. This scene embodies his program on which he ran in the recent Israeli elections, and now he and those who share the same program will most likely be part…

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Jordan Navigating its Interests in EU-GCC New Strategic Partnership

The Russian invasion of Ukraine had created various crises on the international stage, particular in energy prices, food supply chains, and inflation. These events made many countries reconsider the strategic importance of the Middle East and the Arabian Gulf. In a virtual roundtable hosted by the Politics and Society Institute in coordination with Friedrich Ebert-Stiftung, experts from the Arab World…

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Jordan and Syria: Considerations of Strategic Interests and National Security

In the scientific seminar “The War in Syria: A Way Forward”, held jointly by the Politics and Society Institute (PSI) and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) on 11th of October 2021, Jordanian and European experts virtually gathered to engage in a lively discussion on the future of strategic and security considerations to Syria and the region. Main topics included firstly,…

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The King Abdullah II Fund for Development (KAFD) and the Politics and Society Institute (PSI) launch the “New Voters Project”

Based on its awareness and educational role, the King Abdullah II Fund for Development launches the New Voters Project in partnership with the Politics and Society Institute, which aims to qualify educational cadres on the approach of democratic education that was formulated by the National Council for Curriculum Development. The project also aims to empower educational political cadres and provide…

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Western, Palestinian, and Jordanian politicians and researchers examine the “end of the two-state solution” and the options available to Palestinians and Jordanians

AMMAN – Jordanian, Palestinian, and Western politicians and researchers have agreed that the option of a “two-state solution” is no longer viable, nor is it a feasible or realistic option in the context of developments on the ground and in the context of clear Israeli policies that eliminate any possibility of establishing an independent Palestinian state from the territories occupied…

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The Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan:
The Internal Disturbance in the Light
of Generation Gap and Overcoming the
Regulatory Framework

The Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan: The Internal Disturbance in the Light of Generation Gap and Overcoming the Regulatory Frameworkتنزيل

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Economic Observatory: Lack of clarity on plans and executive bodies for economic vision programs and projects.

Economists warn about the dangers of “trained tourism sector migration.”. Experts and specialists in the tourism sector have urged the government to speed up the release of key performance indicators, or KPIs, related to the vision of economic modernization. They see the vision of economic modernization as the last chance to reform the various sectors and address economic problems, especially…

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