The Jordanian Economy in a Strained Regional Climate

As the crises in Syria and Iraq erupted and borders have been shut down, Jordan has lost two important import-export markets. Also transit trade, connecting Lebanon and Turkey to GCC markets, has suffered significantly. In order to discuss the social and economic impacts of the crises and to identify alternatives and opportunities, KAS Jordan Office in cooperation with al-Quds Center for Political Studies organized a workshop on the 14th of November in Amman. more…

Jordanian reactions to the recent escalations in Jerusalem and the Palestinian territories

At least 53 Palestinians have been killed and 9 Israelis have been stabbed or shot dead since the beginning of October. The newest wave of violence in Jerusalem – the city which is sacred to the three major religions in the world: Judaism, Christianity and Islam – has some observers warning about the possibility of a third intifada. While it is too early to draw such conclusions, it is clear that the old conflict between Israelis and Palestinians has reached another peak. more…

The Situation of Syrian refugees in Jordan

The conflict in Syria is in its fifth year and no political or diplomatic breakthrough seems to be in sight. More than 4.086.760 people have already fled the country and with the war further escalating, more and more are pushed to seek refuge - mainly in the countries neighboring Syria. Globally one in five refugees is Syrian and until a durable peace settlement has been negotiated, the numbers of Syrian refugees worldwide will further rise. more…

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Welcome

Welcome to the website of the Amman Office of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Jordan. KAS Amman Office has been active for more than 30 years aiming at sustainable social, political, and economic development. For further information on our objectives, programs and partners:

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Previous events

Jan. 30
Workshop

“The Environment: Our Common Home.”

Dec. 12
Workshop

“The Employment of Alternative Energy to Reduce the Effects of Climate Change“

Nov. 29 - Dec. 1
Congress

Refugee Crisis Without Borders - From A Local Burden To a Shared Humanitarian Responsibility

Annual conference at the Dead Sea with a focus on the international refugee and migration crisis

Nov. 24 - 25
Workshop

The Future of the Christian Presence in the Middle East

Publications

The Jordanian Economy in a Strained Regional Climate

As the crises in Syria and Iraq erupted and borders have been shut down, Jordan has lost two important import-export markets. Also transit trade, connecting Lebanon and Turkey to GCC markets, has suffered significantly. In order [...] more…

Jordanian reactions to the recent escalations in Jerusalem and the Palestinian territories

At least 53 Palestinians have been killed and 9 Israelis have been stabbed or shot dead since the beginning of October. The newest wave of violence in Jerusalem – the city which is sacred to the three major religions in the [...] more…

The Situation of Syrian refugees in Jordan

PUSH AND PULL FACTORS FOR THE SYRIAN REFUGEE INFLUX TO GERMANY

The conflict in Syria is in its fifth year and no political or diplomatic breakthrough seems to be in sight. More than 4.086.760 people have already fled the country and with the war further escalating, more and more are pushed [...] more…

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Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

Jordan Office

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung
P.O.B. 831025
11183 Amman / Jordan
Phone +962-6 592 97 77
Fax +962-6 593 30 87