By galvanizing a common front of anti-U.S. sentiment in all three countries, Erdogan seeks to downplay Ankara’s escalating tension with Russia and Iran and repair ties.
Iran’s geriatric rulers can be expected to rely ever more heavily on state repression to preserve and prolong their hold on power.
Iran may respond to efforts to isolate it by strengthening regional anti-Western alliances.
Can Russia translate victories on the battlefield into long-lasting influence in the Middle East region?
Geopolitics are not a good rationale for continuing the U.S. war in Afghanistan.
Is it possible to have nuclear power without such regional fear and loathing?
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