The recent assassination of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani in a US drone strike has raised fears of increased instability in an already volatile Middle East.
While some have prognosticated on the possibility of outright war between Iran and the US, this seems unlikely. Despite what US critics might believe, the Iranian regime is rational and driven by an underlying concern for self-preservation in a deeply threatening regional environment.
Soleimani was little known until recently other...
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