What does Washington really want? It is hardly a war.
In the end, the fact remains that tension is mounting; one incident could ignite a fire.
The firepower available in the Gulf is already terrifying.
[H]ere, against Iran, in this powder keg that is the Persian Gulf, the consequences of a misstep can be quick and costly.
The president has no strategy.
Americans face an uncertain future in Iraq ... the Iraqi people did not, do not, and never will accept them in their country.
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Serious and responsible politicians need to think about this, and not hatch plans about where else to ignite the fires of war.
Success is by no means certain, but if he fails – he says pointedly – he doesn’t want to fail the same way as all other efforts toward peace up to now.