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Middle East: Behind the shadow of the assassination of General Qasem Suleimani

Author: Orifjan Namozov. 10.02.2020 For citation: Namozov, Orifjan. “Middle East: Behind the shadow of the assassination of General Qasem Suleimani“. Societies and Imperial Values, 10.02.2020 Middle East: Behind the shadow of the assassination of General Qasem Suleimani The beginning of 2020 shocked the world with extraordinary events in the Middle East. On January 3, by Trump’s official order, the U.S. forces killed Iran’s high-ranking military official General Kassem Suleimani. In response, the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) of Iran launched a missile attack on two US military bases in Iraq. The philosophical and political speech of Donald Trump on January 8 calmed the world. Now the conflict has returned to the usual course of diplomacy and hybrid wars. The assassination of a state military figure shows the severity of the conflict in foreign policy agendas of at least Iran and the USA. Acute military-political acts of global significance do …
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