This past week will be remembered in the annals of the region as the week in which the foundations of the new Iranian hegemon were laid. While the nuclear threat against Israel has been pushed back a decade, at the end of this period we are likely to meet a regional power equipped with a sophisticated conventional army that sports the best Russian military hardware. Its proxies will be fanned out wherever there are Shi’ites in the Middle East.
Meanwhile, a Saudi-led Arab front has risen in an attempt to stop its influence from spreading. It is a war which all sides prefer to keep a cold one.
If we were to look at the situation in a positive, “glass-quarter-full” manner, the West’s deal with Iran pushes back the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program by years, perhaps up to a decade. We need to bluntly admit to ourselves that this is a result that not even our air force is capable of delivering.
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