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Refugees and Jordanians forced to compete for scarce resources

Syrian refugee children at the souk in Al- Azraq camp for Syrian refugees in Jordan. Photograph: Jordan Pix/ Michael Jansen Topics: News World Middle East Antonio Guterres Aoife Mcdonnell Jordanian Government Un Un Development Programme Undp Unhcr ... Irish Times, 2 weeks ago
Michael Jansen: An unsustainable refugee crisis The Gulf Today, 3 weeks ago

Michael Jansen: Drought continues

As the airliner slipped through the thick layer of white cloud cover to make its approach to San Francisco's bay-side airport, the land that stretched out below was more brown than green, the consequence of four years of drought. In bygone years, ...
 The Gulf Today1 day ago

Michael Jansen: A rebuff to Israel

The decision of the Vatican to recognise the Palestinian state is another small victory in the Palestinian quest for identity, land, and statehood and a large defeat for Israel. The Vatican speaks for 1.2 billion Roman Catholics round the world, the ...
 The Gulf Today5 days ago

Michael Jansen: Building hope

Rawabi is the dream town of Palestinian multi-millionaire Bashar Masri, from the well-known Masri clan of Nablus. The first new city to be built by Palestinians on Palestinian soil for generations and the first to be a planned city, Rawabi perches ...
 The Gulf Today1 week ago

Michael Jansen: Cam-run again

The shock results of Britain's general election have not only revealed that opinion polls cannot be believed but also produced an earthquake on the country's political scene. Pollsters had called the race between Conservatives and Labour too close ...
 The Gulf Today1 week ago

Michael Jansen: Life in Jericho

The journey to Jericho from the Allenby Bridge that crosses the Jordan River to the Israeli-occupied West Bank takes about 15 minutes. When I passed, there were no Israeli check-points or soldiers on the road. There is no wall around Jericho and the ...
 The Gulf Today2 weeks ago

Small-Conductance Ca2+-Activated Potassium Type 2 Channels Regulate the Formation of Contextual Fear Memory

by Saravana R. K. Murthy, Tessi Sherrin, Chad Jansen, Ingrid Nijholt, Michael Robles, Amalia M. Dolga, Nicolas Andreotti, Jean-Marc Sabatier, Hans-Guenther Knaus, Reinhold Penner, Cedomir Todorovic, Thomas Blank Small-conductance, Ca 2+ activated K ...
 Plosone.org2 weeks ago

Michael Jansen: The waning Intifada

Palestinians are faltering in the war for possession of their homeland while they are gradually winning the battle for hearts of minds in the international community. On the ground in Palestine, Israel continues to colonise, erect and dismantle ...
 The Gulf Today2 weeks ago

Michael Jansen: Preserving culture

Widad Kawar is a woman of spirit and grace, a benefactor of the entire Arab world. She has spent more than half a century collecting traditional Arab costumes, jewellery, and household items, and displaying them in the countries of the Arab world, ...
 The Gulf Today3 weeks ago

Michael Jansen: Another first

Two UAE projects are set to provide pioneering new approaches to resolve grave 21st century environmental problems afflicting the entire planet as well as alleviating global warming and climate change. One of the problems is pollution of land, ...
 The Gulf Today4 weeks ago
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