Jan. 18, 2020. Published in Arab News.
"Now that the crowds no longer gather for Soleimani, the Iranian regime will revert back to the only style of governing it knows."
Jan. 16, 2020. Published in Gulf Times.
"This not only diminishes the United States’ standing as a defender of human rights, it’s a disservice and injustice to the 25 million North Koreans suffering under Kim’s murderous regime."
Jan. 18, 2020. Published in El Mundo.
"Since his arrival at the White House, Donald Trump has gambled by abandoning the containment and appeasement policies specified in the anti-nuclear pact promoted by his predecessor, Barack Obama, and backed by the European Union, in favor of economic sanctions on the ayatollahs’ regime. "
Jan. 18, 2020. Published in Independent.
"The irony is that, when the US first claimed the Iranians were behind attacks on their soldiers in Iraq, they were likely not."
Jan. 16, 2020. Published in Deutsche Welle.
Jan. 16, 2020. Published in Mail and Guardian.
"However, the Iranian regime wants to preserve itself in power and, therefore, does not want to be fighting US forces on its own soil. This does not mean tensions in the region will end anytime soon though."
Jan. 9, 2020. Published in Daily Nation.
"Under the pretext of defending the concept of global peace and security, the US has crossed the line and is making the world a more dangerous place."
Jan. 18, 2020. Published in South China Morning Post.
"If the agreement is good news for Donald Trump’s voter base, it is even better for the country that will become the No 1 economic superpower within a decade or two."
Jan. 16, 2020. Published in Sydney Morning Herald.
Jan. 16, 2020. Published in Mainichi Shimbun.
" [I]t looks like ________ refers to you, Trump."
Jan. 14, 2020. Published in The Indian Express.
"The Iranian people, who apparently rallied behind the flag after the U.S. killing of Soleimani, are now turning their rage against the government."
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