After the failure of the Arab Spring, the region has been suffocating under new authoritarian regimes. A desperate nostalgia for how things were reflects deep dissatisfaction, but the possibility of revolution isn't dead, writes Tareq Alnaimat.
With half of Jordanians looking to leave, a closer look at the seemingly stable kingdom reveals compounding political, social and economic issues under the surface that have made it difficult for many to imagine a future, writes Tareq Alnaimat.
In an interview with The New Arab's sister publication Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, Fmr. US Special Representative to Syria James Jeffrey gives his thoughts on the impact of withdrawing from Afghanistan, the conflict in Syria, and wider regional issues.