[U]nder the pretext of economic sanctions, the United States is severely restricting Iranian access to the means that are necessary to counter the new coronavirus.
The U.S. opposes the recent agreement about Syria and has criticized the Turkish position.
The American overemphasis on this disease is spreading rapidly ... The goal of this exaggeration is to isolate Iran and China from the world.
[T]rump shouldn't have any need to start a war with Iran ... his principal strategic axis is the Indo-Pacific and his target is China.
Iraq has become a deeply ingrained source of Iran’s regional influence, its very own playground and golden goose combined.
Washington is failing to knit together an anti-Iranian front in Europe despite conducting diplomatic maneuvers to that end.
Today, political interests drive the facts.
[O}ne can imagine a situation in the near future where the U.S. government names Mexican drug trafficking mafias as terrorists and kills some of their drug lords ... in the same way it killed the Iranian leader.
In the final year of Trump’s first term, we fear that American isolationism will further deepen.
The United States has definitively and irrevocably buried the concept of international law.