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Left to right: Photos of Maggie Dougherty, Meredith Muller, Dr. Anani, and Raul Eduardo Tavarez Ramirez

One of the best things about my study abroad program is the amazing opportunities it provides for meeting experts in the field. This morning two fellow students and I had the wonderful chance to have breakfast with [former Jordanian Deputy Prime Minister] Dr. Jawad Anani, who was instrumental in the Jordan-Israeli peace process as the head coordinator of the talks.

Maggie Dougherty

College of Wooster

SIT Jordan: Geopolitics, International Relations, and the Future of the Middle East

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USA Today, 2017

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