As much as it may be a bold and praiseworthy idea on the surface ... the idea of a MESA military alliance against Iran, with the participation of the U.S., is as practical as teaching eggs to fly. The idea is also bold, potentially useful, but at the same time impractically idiotic.
The U.S. has neither a strategic plan nor the will to launch a war against Iran, nor could it possibly have ... signed a so-called “real deal” in such a short span of time.
[I]t is now also a question of supremacy in the Middle East.
It is clear that Trump and his team are obsessed with undoing the acts of the Obama Administration because they have rejected anything that even hints at reaching goals through diplomacy.
Trump’s approach did not emerge from a vacuum. Rather, was a reflection of the true needs and fears of the American people.