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The United States: a Record-Holder in Political Assassinations
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The United States: a Record-Holder in Political Assassinations
January 22, 2020

There is a big difference between assassinating Al Qaeda and Islamic State leaders and the commanders of government military forces of United Nations member states like Iran and Iraq.

The Latest and Most Reckless US Imperial Act
January 21, 2020

Of all the preposterous assertions made since the drone assassination of Qassem Soleimani in Baghdad on Jan. 3, the prize for bottomless ignorance must go to the bottomlessly ignorant Mike Pompeo.

The Latest and Most Reckless US Imperial Act
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The End of U.S. Military Dominance: Unintended Consequences Forge a Multipolar World Order
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The End of U.S. Military Dominance: Unintended Consequences Forge a Multipolar World Order
January 20, 2020

The more aggressive the U.S. becomes, the more it reveals its tactical, operational and strategic limits, which in turn only serves to accelerate its loss of hegemony.

The Many Matryoska Dolls to America’s Way of Imagining Iran
January 20, 2020

David Wurmser is Matryoska’s ‘doll’ within: no military invasion, but just a strategy to blow apart the Iranian Republic.

The Many Matryoska Dolls to America’s Way of Imagining Iran
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Why Iran Should Ditch the Hopeless Nuclear Deal
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Why Iran Should Ditch the Hopeless Nuclear Deal
January 19, 2020

The false choice being presented by the EU to Iran of “returning to compliance” should be repudiated. Iran should henceforth direct its economic interests wholeheartedly towards co-development with Russia, China and the Eurasian realm.

Soleimani’s Only Public Interview
January 18, 2020

Eric Zuesse analyzes Qasem Soleimani’s only recorded interview broadcast on October 1, 2019.

Soleimani’s Only Public Interview
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Friedman’s Hapless Fear-Mongering
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Friedman’s Hapless Fear-Mongering
January 18, 2020

Even when Friedman seems to be skeptical of something that the government has done, he can’t help but indulge in threat inflation and lend support to the idea of preventive war.

Trump, Iran Coordinated De-escalation… for Now
January 17, 2020

The trouble is that Trump’s unhinged hostile rhetoric towards Iran suggests that the off-ramp from war is only a temporary pause.

Trump, Iran Coordinated De-escalation… for Now
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