Amman, Cairo, and Baghdad: Towards a pioneering development partnership
Apr 5, 2021
The following policy paper reviews the features of the upcoming partnership within the Amman-Cairo-Baghdad axis in light of regional and international developments, and defines the general theoretical framework governing its interactions. It also contains 22 recommendations to policy makers that can contribute to achieving the desired goals and ensure the sustainability of the axis for the coming years, enabling it to attract the support of regional and international powers for implementing development projects away from the widespread political polarization in the Middle East. This paper is to be followed by another paper on the tripartite partnership from a purely economic perspective in accordance with the macroeconomic indicators of each country, showing the most prominent economic elements on which to base the economic vision of the emerging axis.
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