The bottom line for the U.S. in the Middle East is to avoid sinking into the chaos present there.
[T]he strategy of looking for an external enemy to help with ... reelection is not working. [I]f Trump did it to shift attention away from impeachment, it is truly criminal.
Soleimani’s death is just an element in the game between the United States and Iran aimed at stabilizing bilateral relations.
Since his arrival at the White House, Donald Trump has gambled by abandoning the containment and appeasement policies specified in the anti-nuclear pact promoted by his predecessor, Barack Obama, and backed by the European Union, in favor of economic sanctions on the ayatollahs’ regime.
Within a few years, the "American Caesar" will perish, and the time will come to bury him once and for all.
The internet cannot be a jungle ungoverned by the rules of competition.
[T]he U.S. was and remains tempted to play the Azerbaijan card, especially since Baku has always supported Iran’s nuclear deal with the “Big Five" and Germany.
[If China and America both seek the dominance of their own currency and economy in the world, then where should Egypt align itself?
The international community almost unanimously opposes the U.S. blockade against Cuba.
[T]rump made the mistake of cornering Iran, telling it to either surrender or put itself in a financial chokehold.