Iran’s attacks on oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz were a sacrifice to lure Washington into a draw.
As Joe Biden takes over the role played by Hillary Clinton four years ago, the Democrats and the media, encouraged by polls that show him handily beating Trump, join the remake. But Trump hasn’t lost yet.
In this edition of The Interview, Fair Observer talks to Satish Tripathi, the president of the University at Buffalo.
Deepfake technology undermines any hope of once again conducting national conversations on the basis of observable reality.
After last week’s tanker attacks in the Gulf of Oman, Tehran will need to undertake a sober assessment of its options, which are few, and its prospects, which only get worse.
The world would be well-advised to keep in check its hopes of much-needed diplomacy to address the region’s brewing crisis until actually seeing substantive follow up from the pre-Eid al-Fitr summits of Arab and Muslim leaders in Mecca.
Russia and the West seem to be on the same page when it comes to the resolution of the political crisis in Moldova.
Contrary to his hopes and expectations that the world might eventually forget if not forgive, Mohammed bin Salman still appears to have a journalist’s blood on his hands, according to the UN’s special rapporteur.
For Democrats, the issue of paramount importance is identifying the person best suited to defeating Trump next November.
When push comes to shove, allies of the US may see their own democratic processes pushed over the side of the cliff.