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Diplomatic Hardball to Reinforce Threat Level Admonitions When No One is Listening

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 28, 2021 at 02:02

Reports of American military strikes in the Iraqi/Syrian border regions against facilities used by Iranian Islamic Regime's proxy operative for among other things, drone launching sites, now take on appearances of going hardball in 'diplomatic' reinforcement that potentially is a throwback to when two of the Iranian Islamic Regime's more important tactical and strategic planners would not stop attacking and become targets themselves. Things appear to be ramping up again? Was America not on a path to pull out and regroup for a differing approach to Middle East political intrigues after conferring with the G7?
Or, as more than likely, after the policies of the 45th American Administration were sent packing, the American 46th Administration must find a way to make its mark with a new bark that has a bite. But really, who is the real target? More importantly, where is the true resolve when negotiating is not working?

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