Any change to Jordan’s custodianship over the holy sites in Jerusalem could undermine King Abdullah
Mideast tour from June 24-28 will include meetings with Netanyahu and President Rivlin, and a visit to Yad Vashem, but there are no details of a possible trip to the Western Wall
Ahead of Israel visit, Kushner and Greenblatt discuss Israeli-Palestinian peace plan and Gaza with Jordan's Abdullah
Omar Razzaz faces a tough task: He must defuse public anger at economic policies, while introducing reforms that can reduce Jordan's debt
Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait pledged 2.5 billion dollars on Monday to help Jordan after austerity measures in the Hashemite kingdom led to mass protests
The king's decision to drop the unpopular prime minister was an attempt to appease the protesters. But this time, the ouster alone won't be enough
Former national security adviser Uzi Arad says PM used American intermediaries to propose plan for territorial exchange involving Jordan, Saudi Arabia: 'Netanyahu ran indirect negotiations with Assad, the psychopathic son, over leaving the Golan'
Though the protests have abated, Jordanian unions continue to strike as a protest against a recently imposed tax law
Hani al-Mulki resigned Monday as King Abdullah II tried to get a handle on the biggest protests in the kingdom in years
The imposition of a sales tax on 165 items and an increase in the price of fuel, electricity and water have pushed the Jordanian people to take to the streets and threaten the balance of the Hashemite kingdom
Education Minister Omar al-Razzaz named successor ■ Prime Minister Hani Mulki submitted his resignation to King Abdullah in attempt to soothe widespread anger over economic policies that have sparked the largest protests in several years and dozens of arrests
Secretary of state's aide in talks with Russian, Jordanian and Turkish officials, Saudi-owned paper reports
The sources said King Abdullah had ordered PM al-Malichi for an audience in his palace later Monday as country deals with largest protests in years
Israel fears that unrest in the neighboring country, whose stability is a key security interest, could lead to further chaos in the Middle East
Tens of thousands protest austerity measures ■ Demonstrators demand PM's sacking ■ King may form new government
The U.S. and a handful other nations are moving their embassies to Jerusalem. But in the past other countries – including Chile, the Netherlands and Kenya – sent ambassadors to the city, and then left it
In recent years the Japan has become increasingly involved in Israel and the Palestinian territories, launching initiatives to promote the peace process.
When the student body of Amman University includes Syrians and Palestinians from the West Bank, and the only ones who can afford to shop at the mall are Iraqis, who is a Jordanian?
There hasn't been an Israeli ambassador in Amman since the shooting incident that took place last July in which an Israeli security guard shot a Jordanian citizen who tried to stab him
Efraim Halevy, who was intimately involved in contacts between King Hussein and the Israeli government, responds to an article by Aluf Benn