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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[T]he Middle East, beholden to American foreign policy and the locus of so much violence and warfare in the past decade alone, should seriously ponder its options.
Israel must embrace the U.S. Jewish community regardless of political views and streams of Judaism.
Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee in the U.S. presidential elections, has let it be known that annexation will “choke off” hopes for a two-state solution.
Turning a blind eye to the chaos and loss of lives at home, Mike Pompeo and his like, adamant on making trouble for the world, have kept disrupting international cooperation and undermining peace undertakings.
Israel is potentially becoming a platform for dialogue on strengthening stability in Syria. What matters now is how and when the new Israeli coalition government will deliver its plans for action.
A full-scale, protracted conflict with Iran is dangerous for Trump, especially in combination with the strained relationship with China.
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.
The unforgivable betrayal of not calling off the sanctions against Iran, despite the devastation and havoc that they have caused, will like the memory of Mohammad Mosaddeq, be known only to Iranians.
Conspiracy theories are spreading faster than the virus, providing fertile ground for extremists seeking new acts of terrorism while the world shelters at home.