The basis of the changing roles of the U.S. and Russia in the Middle East lies in adjustments to the regional strategic approaches of the two countries.
What that leaves us with is the arrival of an era of the legal murders of competing political leaders.
[W]hy did Qassem Soleimani die? ... [T]he only possibility that remains is a conspiracy.
It's clear that neither Iran, nor the U.S., especially its allies, wants a full-blown conflict.
Soleimani’s death is just an element in the game between the United States and Iran aimed at stabilizing bilateral relations.
Wake up, already: the assassination of Soleimani isn’t madness but a continuation of Washington’s imperial politics.
Without a doubt, the assassination of Soleimani is a declaration of war that Iran cannot avoid.
The barbarity of America’s 'enlightened' terrorism has generated a huge wave of universal outrage.
[T]he only opportunity for Trump’s opponents to prevent his reelection is to convince undecided American voters that Trump is unfit to be president.