Furthering the political reform process in Jordan by enhancing the role of civic society, political parties and the local governorate councils.
A new UN Security Council: What does that mean for Jordan?
Germany will leave the UN Security Council in the beginning of 2021. Already today, its successor will be elected along with four other new non-permanent members. The world was never without crisis and there were certainly never good times for changing the members of the UN Security Council. But with the world slowly awakening from the COVID-19 shock, the US American elections ahead and a looming Israeli annexation plan of relevant parts of the West Bank: What does this “change of guard” mean for a volatile region like the Middle East? With a clear stand on current political issues, which allies will Jordan have in the only UN body whose decisions are binding under international law?