Jordan's Struggle to Reclaim Regional Role
Rana F. Sweis and Suha Ma’ayeh examine how Jordan is struggling to assert its traditional vital role in the region after being sidelined under the Trump administration. Despite the recent royal tensions in the country that made headlines across the world and raised anxiety among the country’s western and Arab allies, Jordan's geopolitical location, in the heart of a turbulent region, remains consequential. For the West, its stability is also vital, even if it’s at the expense of political, social and economic reforms. This publication is available only in English.