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Jordan’s cabinet re-(re-)-shuffled

A window of opportunity for reforms in Jordan?

At a time of deteriorating economic conditions and security challenges Prime Minister Hani Mulki, appointed by HM King Abdullah in May last year, conducted a re-shuffle to his cabinet on 15 January 2017. The changes were approved by a Royal decree and are affecting major portfolios. It is the second re-shuffle to Mulki’s cabinet after less than seven months in office and includes six new ministers. more…

Mona Koehler-Schindler, Manuel Schubert, Imke Haase | Country Reports | February 15, 2017

Merkel's Dilemma – Refugees and the Rise of the European Populists

AN EXPERT DIALOGUE ON THE SOCIO-POLITICAL CHALLENGES OF MIGRATION

The Regional Office Gulf States and the Jordan Office jointly organised an expert talk with TV presenter and journalist Mr Ali Aslan on Germany's refugee policy, the rise of European populist parties and the future of the European Union. more…

Dr. Gidon Windecker, Philipp Dienstbier | Event Reports | December 8, 2016

The Road to a Civil Democratic State

The Konrad Adenauer Foundation’s Jordan Office, in cooperation with the Nisan Center for Political and Parliamentary Development, has held a series of four workshops on topics presented by the government as matters of public debate. Those include King Abdullah’s Sixth Discussion paper on “Rule of Law and Civil State.” This fourth and last workshop in the series focused on the subject of the civil democratic state, the main topic of the King’s most recent discussion paper, and also dealt with the rule of law and judicial reform, subjects that developed out of the King’s paper. more…

Manuel Schubert, Mona Deeb | Event Reports | December 3, 2016

The Amman Security Colloquium 2016

The Amman Security Colloquium is an annual meeting with international security experts. This year’s colloquium was conducted on 16 November 2016 and co-organised by KAS Jordan Office and the Arab Institute for Security Studies. The workshop concentrated on security challenges in the Middle East with a special focus on missile technology development and the implementation of the Hague Code of Conduct (HOC). Promoting dialogue and seeking the resolution of conflicts and global issues, the annual conference aims at fostering peace and stability regionally and internationally. more…

Event Reports | November 16, 2016

Countering Radicalization among Jordan’s Youth

KAS Jordan Office in cooperation with MEMPSI and youth centres in Zarqa, Tafileh and Irbid organised workshops on radicalization for 109 young people aged 15 to 26. The major goal of the project is to raise awareness about the definition of extremism, what it can lead to and how it can be combatted, thereby following a thought-provoking approach rather than merely circulating information. more…

Event Reports | October 15, 2016