What that leaves us with is the arrival of an era of the legal murders of competing political leaders.
[T]he long, open border is a huge terrorist risk for the United States.
[W]hy did Qassem Soleimani die? ... [T]he only possibility that remains is a conspiracy.
If this develops into a large-scale conflict, not just the Middle East but the whole world’s peace and security will likely take a severe blow.
The unilateral turn taken by the White House ... represents a danger to peace in the Near East.
[America's] withdrawal, repeatedly announced and postponed by the current president, could precipitate the collapse of the entire structure—and lead to even more chaos.
Soleimani’s death is just an element in the game between the United States and Iran aimed at stabilizing bilateral relations.
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.
It’s as though Trump wants a war, too, to make his mark on history!
Without showing evidence, without advising allies ... the American government knows it will be able to carry out an attack with impunity.