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What does it mean to be Jordanian?

Jordan is a country that’s located in Middle East Asia with neighboring countries including Israel, Syria, Iraq and Saudi Arabia. Jordan culture in consisted of Arabic and Islamic principle. Their official language is Arabic, and English is widely understood among upper and middle classes. Jordan’s population is relatively small (6.5 Million), which may benefit the […]



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Is the EU Doing Their Fair Share?

Since all of the commotion and violence in Syria, hundreds and thousands of Syrians have been fleeing to European countries for help, safety, and a new chance at a life that they once had. Recently, the European Union has been struggling with this mass migration of refugees and their asylum. Some European countries however, are […]



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Could refugee crisis in the European Union result EU to fall apart or further integration?

Ibrahim Kasim Core 330-European Union Professor: Buckley Could refugee crisis in the European Union result EU to fall apart or further integration? This research paper would try to find an answer for this question. By finding a solution to this question, the paper would look different lens and time series including; European Union history, the […]



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The European Union’s One for One Deal

In wake of the Islamic State seizing control of Middle Eastern countries, the European Union has had to address the issue of refugees fleeing the controlled areas to seek refuge in European countries.  This has led to Greece receiving countless illegal refugees that have retreated into the country seeking their assistance.  This resulted in the […]



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