Council on Foreign Relations

Nikita Malik was cited in the CFR’s Global Conflict Tracker, an interactive guide to U.S. conflict prevention priorities in 2014.

Political instability in Jordan, caused by the spillover effect of the Syrian civil war, was predicted by the Centre of Preventative Action as being highly likely to occur in 2014. This conflict was perceived as having a moderate impact on US interests.

The resulting and likely ‘spillover effect’ was a phenomenon first identified by Malik in February 2014 within a piece written for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: available to read here.

The CFR’s Global Conflict Tracker 2014 and its analysis on instability in Jordan can be found here.

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