Nicholas Seeley is a freelance writer based in Amman.
Articles by this Author
|The Politics of Aid to Iraqi Refugees in Jordan||
The school in Dahiyat Amir Hasan in East Amman is only half-finished, but even through the rubble and the clouds of concrete dust it is clear that the education there will be very different than in Jordan’s other government-run schools. The...
|The Jordanian State Buys Itself Time||
For months prior to Jordan’s parliamentary elections, concluded on January 23, both the state apparatus and the opposition had been building up the contests as a moment of truth. The state presented the polls as a critical juncture in the...
|The Battle Over Nuclear Jordan||
Jordan is facing a power crisis. Resource-poor, the small desert kingdom imports 96.6 percent of its energy, according to government statistics, at a cost equivalent to 20 percent of gross domestic product in 2011 and 2012. More than a quarter of...
|Yemen Is Starving, and We're Partly to Blame (July 1, 2015)|
|The Lessons Algeria Can Teach Today's Middle East (April 22, 2015)|
|Crushing Repression of Eritrea's Citizens Is Driving Them Into Migrant Boats (April 20, 2015)|