[T]he enemy will make no serious concessions until it has been pushed to desperation by Iran’s active resistance.
The Iraqi militia has now achieved the capability of a powerful army with support from the populace, religious authorities and political parties. Meanwhile, the American nightmare of remaining in Iraq continues, as the U.S. occupies and violates the sovereignty of that country.
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The question of whether Trump can control this crisis and return the U.S. to stability will be a serious test.
The reality is that Trump failed to convene a G-7 summit according to his plans. He wanted to appear in person.
Whenever this country faces internal difficulties, its leaders try to project public opinion away from their inefficient management.
If Washington’s policy of coercion is successful against Iran, why wouldn’t it employ the same strategy against China, Europe or Russia?
Considering that Tehran sits between Iraq and Afghanistan, is adjacent to Syria and is engaged in military action in this country, the whole region will be pulled into a new war.
This is not surprising because the U.S. government has been busy with organizing a regime change in Iran and Venezuela and focused on blaming China for the pandemic. Instead of focusing on fighting and containing the virus from spreading and killing people.
Even when he should be concentrating on responding to COVID-19, President Donald Trump’s hostility for Iran remains unchanged.
Trashing it as 'the worst deal ever,' President Donald Trump officially withdrew the United States from the Iran nuclear deal on May 8, 2018.