Door Closing on Peace, Warns Jordan's KingThe door is closing on the chances of a two-state solution and will be firmly shut by the end of Obama's second term, King Abdullah warns.
Jordanians Skeptical Legislative Election Will Bring ChangeJordanians skeptical about the outcome of a January 23 election say they will not vote as they are fed up with failures of past parliaments.
Jordan's King: Stalemate in Peace Efforts Increases TensionJordan's King meets an AIPAC delegation, warns that the stalemate in peace efforts between Israel and the PA adds to regional tensions.
Netanyahu and Jordan's King Discussed Syria's ChemicalsReports indicate Prime Minister Netanyahu recently met Jordan's King Abdullah to discuss Assad's chemical weapons.
Jordan's Abdullah Visits RamallahJordanians praise PA's UN upgrade, say the next phase must lead to negotiations on final status issues
Jordan's King Warns Netanyahu Against Ground OperationJordan’s King Abdullah II telephones Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and warns against a ground operation in Gaza.
Jordan's King: I'm in Power to Reform, Not ControlKing Abdullah II says his goal is to stimulate reform away from a “negative” power struggle, a reference to the Muslim Brotherhood.
For the Last Time: Jordanian King Appoints A New Prime MinisterJordan's King Abdullah II has appointed a new prime minister – for the last time – until parliamentary elections take place.
New Jordanian Ambassador to IsraelJordan is set to appoint a new ambassador to Israel for the first time in years.
Jordan's King Urges Islamists to Take Part in ElectionsJordan's King urges the Islamist opposition to take part in upcoming elections, despite their dissatisfaction with reforms.
Jordan's PM Resigns Six Months After Taking OfficeJordan’s King Abdullah II has accepted the resignation of his Prime Minister, Awn Khasawneh.
Jordan Charges 13 Activists with Insulting the KingJordanian military prosecutors charge 13 political activists with incitement, a day after police broke up their demonstration.
Jordan: Hamas Offices to Remain ClosedA senior Jordanian official says that the meeting between Hamas and King Abdullah II will not affect the ban on the terror group in Jordan.
2nd Round Israel-PA Talks Ends in AmmanThe second round of talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority has ended in the Jordanian capital, with no apparent progress.
King Abdullah II Swears in New GovernmentJordan's king Abdullah II has sworn in a new government - the second since the Arab Spring migrated to his country earlier this year.
Jordan's King Abdullah II: Israel Must Have SecurityJordanian King Abdullah II told participants at the World Economic Forum that Israel must have security in any agreement with the PA.
Jordanians Protest Near AFP’s Offices in AmmanDozens of Jordanians demonstrated near AFP’s offices in Amman over their report of the attack on the King’s motorcade.
Expert: King Abdullah 'Not Serious' About ReformsWhile Jordan’s King Abdullah promised democratic reforms, Dr. Assaf David of Hebrew U believes his intentions are neither serious nor genuine.
Abbas: US, Israel Misunderstood PA Gov'tPA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas says the United States and Israel have misunderstood the meaning of the unity government.
Saudis: If Dollars Won't Work, Bullets WillSaudis crackdown on protesters in Qatif on the eve of a planned "day of rage," as protests continue, even after domestic aid packages are promised.
Netanyahu and Abdullah Hold MeetingIsraeli PM and Jordanian king discuss peace as well as ways of cooperation between the two countries.
Saudi Denies Telling Obama Iran and Israel Should not ExistSaudi King Abdullah is known for his dislike of Israel and Shi’ite-led Iran, but the monarchy denied he told Obama both countries should not exist
Jordan's King Bashes Israel for Stopping His Nuke PlansKing Abdullah of Jordan tells the Wall Street Journal that Israel is thwarting Jordan's nuclear goals in order to economically dwarf his country.
Jordan's Head of Senate: Unite Two Banks of Jordan RiverA Jordanian legislator is calling for his country to become a "state of two united banks" – Jordan on both sides of the Jordan River.