Dienas grauds

[..] All of this has to be framed in the strategic context. The U.S. does not want to engage in extensive operations in the region. Washington is depending on sanctions and proxies. Iran still wants to maintain its sphere of influence into the Mediterranean, but above all, an even greater priority is the neutralization of Iraq and the stabilization of its own country. Iran can’t afford to allow Iraq to become a bastion of anti-Iran forces, nor can it wage a conventional war against the U.S., Israel, Saudi Arabia and the UAE. Iran must therefore use what it has used so effectively in the past: special and covert operations. It follows that Iran will take its time to respond. It also follows that the U.S. and its allies, having bought time by killing the head of the Quds Force, must use the time effectively.[..]

George Friedman (GPF)

4 domas par “Dienas grauds

  1. “Iran can’t afford to allow Iraq to become a bastion of anti-Iran forces”
    Šis ir iespējams tikai Sadamam līdzīga režīmā gadījumā – irākā ir 70% šiītu, irāņu ticības brāļu

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