The beating death of Tyre Nichols has renewed calls for reforming the police. But can anything really change?
A former Jordanian diplomat offers a behind-the-scenes account of issues in the Middle East over the past two decades and the challenges facing moderate forces seeking reform and peace in the region
- Marwan Muasher Former Senator in the Jordanian Parliament, he also served as Deputy Prime Minister in charge of reform (2004-2005), Foreign Minister (2002-2004), Ambassador to the U.S. (1997-2002), Minister of Information (1996-1997), Ambassador to Israel (1995-1996), and spokesman to the Middle East peace talks (1991-1994).
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