The US killing of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani serves as a reminder to the GCC that when push comes to shove, they are all in the same boat.
Iraq is far too fragile to find itself on a collision course with the US, for the sake of Iran.
The assassination of the top Iranian general is simply the next stage in the creep of hybrid war, which sees Iran and the US battle for influence and each try to bend the other to its will.
What is the point of 'international law' when it can be summarily dismissed by the US in service to its ally Israel?
With the recent US recognition of Jewish settlements in the West Bank as legal, Palestinians are asking themselves what Washington and its allies think about their place in the world.
Donald Trump has one less hawk in his administration, that much is certain. What is unclear is whether it means a less combative foreign policy with countries like Iran or Venezuela.
The Saudis might be considering Japan as a venue to go public with the world's most profitable company, and reap the benefits of the lower political and regulatory liabilities in the country.
As the Taliban nears a peace deal with the US, the increasing presence of Daesh in the country makes the Afghan militant group jittery.
The Trump administration's campaign against Iran is flying too close to the sun and the UAE sees war as an outcome they don't want, and can't afford.
In a reciprocal move, South Korea has decided to remove Japan from its "white list" of favoured export partners, after Japan initially decided to remove Seoul from their program.
Passing Item 7 at the UN Human Rights Council would send the message to Israel that it is not beyond reproach.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Mevlut Cavusoglu said in an interview that President Donald Trump does not want to impose sanctions. He warned if the US administration takes such steps, Turkey will retaliate.
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