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Global Security Watch―Jordan provides readers with an expert, comprehensive overview of significant aspects of Jordan's security, including its political, diplomatic, and alliance-building dimensions. Examining how Jordan emerged from a small Arab kingdom with arbitrary borders and no clear national identity to a confident and modernizing Cited by: 2.
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Global Security Watch—Jordan. by W. Andrew Terrill, Foreword by Anthony H. Cordesman. After decades of turbulence, Jordan is an accepted member of the community of Arab states. Yet it also has close ties to the United States, has established a peace treaty with Israel, and has emerged as one of al-Qaeda's most committed enemies.
Get this from a library. Global security watch: Jordan. [W Andrew Terrill; Anthony H Cordesman] -- The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has played a central role in many of the key issues, crises, and problems of the Middle East, despite Jordan's status as a small country with limited resources. It has.
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Examining how Jordan emerged from a small Arab kingdom with arbitrary borders and no clear national identity to a confident and modernizing.
After the Arabization of the Jordanian Army command, the Public Security Directorate was established. Jordan's law enforcement ranked 24th in the world and 4th in the Middle East, in terms of police services' reliability, in the Global Competitiveness Report.
Jordan also ranked 13th in the world and 3rd in the Middle East in terms of Preceding agencies: Arab Legion, Transjordan Frontier. Jordanian National Security and the Future of Middle East Stability by W. Andrew Terrill it was ok avg rating — 1 rating — published — 2 editions. Praeger Security International has entries in the series Borrow eBooks, audiobooks, and videos from thousands of public libraries worldwide.
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