The president’s decision to withdraw U.S. forces from Syria has ruined the administration’s efforts to contain the Islamic republic.
Once Trump is out, Washington can get serious about the regime’s misbehavior.
Why would the U.S. want to fund the regime’s imperialism?
It is less an arms-control agreement than cover for American inaction.
To keep the peace, the U.S., Israel, or both must be prepared to counter any aggression by the Islamic Republic and to credibly threaten a nuclear attack
A response to Gary Milhollin
Arrogant, dogmatic, and anti-American, Iraq's Shiite clerics are the last people enlightened Westerners want to see in power. Let's hope they prevail
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