Ayatollah Ali Khamenei may prove to be Iran’s last supreme leader.
Arab countries, historically a guarantor of strategic depth for Palestinian rejectionist forces, showed that they are becoming a bastion of support for compromise.
The United States may soon find the frequent high-level discussions Iran, Turkey and Russia are having harder to ignore.
The Middle East is in a shambles, as Iranian proxy wars and other wars dominate Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Mali and Egypt.
Defeating the Islamic State could be the marquee foreign-policy accomplishment of the Trump administration. Doing so, however, will require more than just forcing the caliphate underground.
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