Understanding Jordan's Policy on Syria

Jun 6, 2013 | 10:47 GMT
Members of Syria's pro-government tribes sit for a press conference.
Sheikh Mohammed Faris (C), member of the Tay tribe, sits under a portrait of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad as he chairs a press conference of Syria's leading pro-government tribes in Damascus on June 19, 2015, following last month's accusations by the government that Jordan trains rebel groups on its soil.

Unlike the United States and the Gulf Cooperation Council, Amman does not necessarily have a strategic interest in seeing a complete collapse of the al Assad regime....

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