Posts Tagged ‘bilateral relationship’

A New Year in Morocco-US Relations? – Jean R. AbiNader

Jean R. AbiNader, MATIC December 22, 2016 In its recent 2017 Global Forecast, the Center for Strategic and Internal Studies (CSIS) asked veteran policy analyst, security expert, and former senior government official Dr. Anthony H. Cordesman to provide his perspective on “What are the main risks we face in the Middle East?” True to form, he did not waste any words on trying to crystal-ball the incoming Administration but instead ...

The Strategy Behind Morocco’s Recent Agreement with NOVA Community College – Jordana Merran

Jordana Merran, MAC April 21, 2015 When President Obama unveiled his community college tuition plan during his State of the Union address earlier this year, he drew a direct line between the community college system and workforce development. “Thanks to Vice President Biden’s great work to update our job training system,” he said, “We’re connecting community colleges with local employers to train workers to fill high-paying jobs like coding, and ...

US official praises Morocco as “leader” and “strategic ally,” reaffirms support on Sahara

Maghreb Arab Press, Le Mag, MWN (Rabat, Morocco, June 15, 2013) – The US maintains “special” relations with Morocco, a “strategic ally” and a “leading” country in the region, said US Under-Secretary for Political Affairs, Wendy Sherman, Friday in Rabat. During her visit to Morocco, Ms. Sherman met with Head of Government, Abdelilah Benkirane, and spoke at a joint press briefing with Minister Delegate for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Youssef ...

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