That both of these deeply flawed leaders represent “leaders of the Free World,” speaks volumes about the current state of Western “civilization.”
Trump, a reckless opportunist, and his administration would even strike the White House so it could point the finger at Iran.
In Washington, Trumpian rhetoric seems to know no bounds.
Soleimani was not just any commander of the elite forces of his country.
Donald Trump’s pronouncements continued to project a dysfunctional White House.
Washington’s exercise of power over the past two decades has been brash and brutish.
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.
[T]he White House is celebrating the death of a leader, but it made a mistake that could empower his organization.
The Islamic State will be defeated only when its ideology is overcome in a region free of interventions — a tall ask for the moment.
There is reason why India should keep vigil over developments in West Asia that concern the Islamic State.