This article aims to put a spotlight on the status of Judaism in China and the actors who promote its agendas. It discusses Chinese and Israeli attempts to promote Judaism within China. And it shows that Chinese authorities, owing to domestic and foreign policy considerations, appear committed to leave the status of Jewish religion as it has been so far.
An analysis of the internationalization of higher education in Jordan, arguing for the recognition of Jordanian-international joint programs and partnerships as well as immediate attention to issues that should be dealt with before independent, foreign universities are to be established in Jordan.
Using findings from a recent study of secondary schooling for boys in Jordan, this essay suggests that the educational reforms driven by Jordan’s international partnerships targeting secondary school populations neglect important factors that constrain job-seeking in Jordan, and thus may not produce the anticipated economic benefits.
An examination of the GCC model of education, arguing for the adoption of the best of both Western and Arab/Islamic traditions to develop strong, region-specific, intellectual infrastructures of higher education.
An examination of the educational reform in the UAE through international partnership and collaboration, focused on the centrality of context, cultural relevancy, and the responsiveness of the Emirati people.