Washington is failing to knit together an anti-Iranian front in Europe despite conducting diplomatic maneuvers to that end.
[E]ven the announced part of the agreement might mean the beginning of the World Trade Organization’s end and create major threats to international trade.
[T]he migration problem remains one of the most important pre-election struggles for the highest public post in America.
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.
All attempts at interference succeed when there are genuine reasons for discontent among the population.
[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.