Prof. Mohammed Al-Katatsheh, Dean
/ Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II School of International Studies, discussed
with a delegation from the Defense Research Institute of the Norwegian Ministry
of Defense, who is visiting Jordan, with the aim of studying the dimensions of
terrorism and extremism and Jordan's advantage in maintaining its stability and
security; despite the entire terrorist challenges in the neighboring countries.
Prof. Briangar Lea and Researcher
Peter Nasser and Researcher Henrik Agrantt attended, where the Dean Prof. Katatsheh
welcomed the delegation and gave them an extensive explanation of the reasons
for political stability in Jordan, and the comparative advantage of Jordan's
fight against terrorism at the national and international level, and summarized
them Jordan's efforts under the leadership of His Majesty King Abdullah II bin
Al Hussein to combat terrorism.
Dr. Mohammed Khair Eiadat/ Vice Dean
also reviewed the prospects and reasons for Jordan's stability in a region
inflamed by international and regional aspects and Jordan's relationship with
the United States of America and the European Union.
Dr. Debbie Abuelghanam reviewed
the most realistic reasons for Jordan's exit and its rigidity in combating all
extremist terrorist movements in Jordan and the region in general.
Dr. Amir Al Qaralleh/ head of the
political science department, talked about the role of Jordanian society and
social structures in supporting the state agencies in combating terrorism and
absorbing the Jordanian political system for the so-called Arab Spring 2011.
Dr. Ayman Al-Barasneh, Assistant
Dean for Quality Affairs discussed the objective reasons for Jordan's
international fight against terrorism.
Finally, Prof. Dr. Mohammed Al-Katatsheh
invited the delegation from the Defense Research Institute to establish
partnerships between the Prince Hussein Bin Abdullah II School of International
Studies and the Research Institute of Norway.