The State Department’s top official for Iran thinks Russia and Syria see more benefits to a potential Iranian drawdown.
The acting prime minister of Kosovo says the United States helped bring down his government.
Senior State arms official says China’s outreach could put at risk sovereign U.S. allies and American weapons systems.
But the Serbian president says “we need more talks” with the former province, which insists that Belgrade recognize its independence.
An expert on communal riots says the country may well be witnessing the start of a larger pogrom.
“You really have to go back to decades ago in the U.S., to Dust Bowl days, to understand just how devastating this can be.”
An interview with Pakistan’s prime minister.
“The rank and file are very disturbed by the inability, the refusal, of the secretary of state to defend his own people,” says former diplomat Nicholas Burns.
Former Centcom commander says the United States would be mistaken to take Iran’s word that it does not seek escalation.
An energy expert warns that Tehran will find new ways and locations to strike asymmetrically, maybe even in the Red Sea and the Bab el-Mandeb strait.
The former U.S. commander and CIA director says Iran’s “very fragile” situation may limit its response.
Douglas Silliman says diplomats, business people, and NGO workers in the Middle East are vulnerable to Iranian retaliation after Qassem Suleimani’s killing.
The Pentagon’s recently departed Middle East policy chief addresses the administration’s handling of Turkey’s Syria invasion and response to Iranian attacks.