So let there be no tears shed for Qassem Soleimani; he must have known that he could not get away with these crimes forever, and that he would not die in his bed.
The biggest danger ... is the one feared by presidents Bush and Obama: a new war in the Middle East, this time with Trump’s America as a chief protagonist.
The most confusing question concerns why Trump decided to withdraw his troops from Syria while preparing for al-Baghdadi’s capture.
Trump’s image on the domestic political scene was severely shaken, and some kind of event was urgently needed to neutralize the foul aftertaste of treachery.
The idea that “the world will be a better place” after the death of Isis leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is a far-fetched one.
Erdogan’s increasing dissatisfaction with Europe and his on-off relationship with the Trump White House can only benefit Russia.
Trump’s decision to deploy U.S. forces to take over Syria’s oil fields ... could rally support from both sides of the Iraq-Syria border for a campaign of resistance against this occupation.
[B]y 2022, the special operations forces intend to be able to effectively carry out counterterrorist operations of any scale.
[T]he White House is celebrating the death of a leader, but it made a mistake that could empower his organization.