Jordan's Inter-Arab Relations: The Political Economy of Alliance Making
Exploring Jordan's relationships with surrounding countries, this volume uses specific case studies to analyze the workings of inter-Arab politics. It describes how Jordan has had to negotiate its security issues carefully due to the unstable economic and political structures of its neighbours.
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The Economy and Economic Policy in Jordan
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