The Christian Science Monitor

Jordan’s need to diversify options, freedom will save Kenya, not being ostriches, National Payments Platform could change banking, demolition of a wall of silence in 2017

The Jordan Times / Amman, JordanJordan’s need to diversify options

“In recent weeks, there has been much commentary in Jordan on the importance of taking a new approach to Jordan’s bilateral relations,” writes Amer Al Sabaileh. “Strategically, it is imperative that Jordan continues to diversify its options, but this must be done with a clear plan and idea rather than clichés and propaganda. Global political

The East African / Nairobi, KenyaFreedom will save Kenya, not being ostrichesThe Sydney Morning Herald / Sydney, AustraliaNational Payments Platform could change bankingThe Globe and Mail / TorontoDemolition of a wall of silence in 2017The Guardian / LondonCould Macron intervene on ‘Brexit’?

You're reading a preview, sign up to read more.

Related Interests

More from The Christian Science Monitor

The Christian Science Monitor5 min read
Does Hungary Education Reform Mean More Patriotism, But Less Democracy?
Viktor Orbán’s education reform is making Hungary’s curriculum more patriotic, but critics say it’s at the expense of critical thinking and democracy.
The Christian Science Monitor2 min read
Trudeau’s Ultimate Test In Making Apologies
After apologizing often for official misdeeds of past governments, the prime minister faces voters over a racist-tinged misdeed and their judgment on his contrition.
The Christian Science Monitor5 min read
Immigrant Groups Sought Relief From Trump In Court. It Isn’t Working.
Last week, the Supreme Court allowed the Trump administration’s new restrictive rule on asylum-seekers to stand while the legal battle plays out.