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This chapter analyzes the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in Jordan. The paper looks at the relationship between the MB and the Jordanian regime and the tensions between them regarding Jordan’s foreign policy orientation.
Saturday, May 24,2008 17:14
by Janine A Clark Isn.Ethz.ch
Jordan Author(s): Janine A Clark
Publisher(s): Finnish Institute of International Affairs (FIIA), Helsinki
Publication: Islamist Opposition Parties and the Potential for EU Engagement
Date of publication: 2007
From Page 43 to 55

Description: This chapter analyzes the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in Jordan. The paper looks at the relationship between the MB and the Jordanian regime and the tensions between them regarding Jordan"s foreign policy orientation. The author explores the political relevance of the MB and its political party, the Islamic Action Front (IAF) as well as MB/IAF engagement with the EU and the West.

General note: © 2007 Finnish Institute for International Affairs (FIIA)


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