Mark Kinra, Jacob Zucker and Sugandh P Ojha discuss the natural rivalry between Iran and UAE induced by geography, the Abraham Accords signed by UAE and Israel, and Iran’s shifting of gears in response.
Geopolitical analyst Mark Kinra discusses the latest conflict and ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan with Prof. Ali Omidi of University of Isfahan, Iran, and Ms Aditi Bhaduri, Founder-Editor of International Affairs Review, New Delhi.
The UAE’s leadership has calculated that the looming threat of Iranian aggression outweighs the possible backlash at this (UAE-Israeli) diplomatic coup at home and in regional conclaves such as GCC and the Arab League.
If the news that Iran wants to drop India from its Chabahar-Zahedan rail project to favour China is true, then it is as good (rather, bad) as shooting Iran shooting itself in the foot and prove to set in motion the beginning of its downfall.
A clever mastermind of unconventional warfare, Soleimani supported and guided terror groups like Hamas, Hezbollah, Palestinian Islamic Jihadis, Yemeni Houthis and Shia militias in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.