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US President Joe Biden’s goal of bringing Tehran to the negotiating table will be hard for Bibi to swallow.
While the recent Gulf summit in Saudi Arabia put an end to the three-and-a half-year gulf rift, it has also raised questions about Qatar’s relationship with Iran.
Donald Trump has escaped a second impeachment, but the American people will be the final judge and jury.
The State Department has said the US would accept an invitation from the European Union to attend a meeting of the participants in the original agreement.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken told European allies that the US is prepared to talk to Iran about both countries returning to compliance with a 2015 deal that aims to stop Tehran from developing a nuclear weapon.
Although the alliance put off making a decision on the fate of NATO's 9,600-strong support mission, they opted to expand a training mission in Iraq to "around 4,000" personnel.
The removal of Anwar Gargash, who has long been the face of Emirati foreign policy, is part of a larger push to consolidate power within a tighter circle.
Only a negotiated extension of the withdrawal timeframe with the Taliban and an expedited peace process inclusive of regional countries can help the US achieve a settlement.
After years of easy access to the White House, the Saudi Crown Prince gets a taste of being locked out of power.
Turkish president called on his US counterpart Joe Biden to act with Turkey without any questions, or be complicit to bloodshed.
Dominated by strategic concerns for two decades, the relationship appears to be caught between US policy drift towards India and its new ‘Cold War’ with Beijing.
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