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The Repercussions of Carter’s Visit

April 28, 2008 // Al-Ghad - Jordan - Arabic

Former President Jimmy Carter's visit has attracted harsh criticism, especially by the American right which thinks that he went against the current policy of focusing on the rivalry between the West Bank and Gaza, the improvement of security and economy progress in the West Bank, and the continued extreme isolation of [Read more]

The Trouble with Hope

March 31, 2008 // The Jordan Times - Jordan

Europeans’ interest in this presidential election cannot mask the fact that what they expect from it is far from clear.

Standing Between Iran and the U.S. are … Condi Rice's Legs?

May 6, 2007 // Al-Anbat - Jordan - Arabic

Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki fled before sitting down next to American Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. The reason given for his departure was the red see-through dress worn by a violinist who performed at dinner. The dress apparently offended the dignity of Mottaki, who is said to be a deeply [Read more]

Thank Goodness for Putin!

February 14, 2007 // Al-Rai - Jordan - Arabic

We welcome Vladimir Putin's visit to Jordan, and his visits to Qatar and Saudi Arabia. We welcome his positive change in attitude and the correct positions he has taken with regard to major Arab issues. We welcome his rejection of the United States of America's occupation of Iraq. We appreciate his support for the [Read more]

Thank Goodness for Putin!

February 14, 2007 // Al-Rai - Jordan - Arabic

We welcome Vladimir Putin's visit to Jordan, and his visits to Qatar and Saudi Arabia. We welcome his positive change in attitude and the correct positions he has taken with regard to major Arab issues. We welcome his rejection of the United States of America's occupation of Iraq. We appreciate his support for the [Read more]
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