In reality, Donald Trump’s declaration is mainly Donald Trump seeking to wash his hands of the current situation.
There he goes again…. President Rodrigo Duterte last Friday dared the United States to declare war against China, which has been increasing its power projection capabilities in the South of China, parts of which is the West Philippine Sea. The President made this speech in Leyte, where he slammed the US for treating [Read more]
Escalation toward a possible military showdown in the Gulf region continues.
Russia’s direct involvement in the U.S.-Iran conflict, should such a confrontation take place, is highly improbable.
Iranians cannot be squeezed or scared into regime change. Like everyone else, they have seen what has happened in places such as Iraq and Syria once the Pandora’s box of revolution or violent regime change is opened.
The insanity of Donald Trump’s latest threats to Iran begs the question: Is this simply comedic bluster, or is there a real risk of war?
Tell the Trump administration that we’re not unreliable in a time of crisis. That we’ve got their back 100 percent if they go to war. That they can consider our domestic markets their domestic markets.
Societies condone behaviors in some of their leaders that in other leaders would be condemned.