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“The world will be the Battlefield” says CFR President after Iran’s escalation

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"The world will be the Battlefield" says CFR President after Iran's escalation
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“The planet will be the battlefield” if, according to Richard N. Haass, Chairman of the Foreign Relations Council, conflict follows the recent escalation of tension between the United States and Iran.

After the US assassination on Friday of Qasem Soleimani, General of Iran’s Quds Force, the concerns of a wider war are increasing rapidly.

Summit News reports: Haass warned that those who believed any war with Iran was unbelievably naive, similar to previous military campaigns.

No error: any conflict with Iran won’t look like the Gulf War of 1990 or the Iraq War of 2003. There will be a wide range of tools against a wide range of civil, economic and military targets throughout the region. The battlefield will be the country (and possibly the world).


— Richard N. Haass (@Richard Haass) January 3, 2020′ Do nothing wrong: no war with Iran looks like the war in the 1990 Gulf or the war in Iraq in 2003. A wide range of resources against a wide range of political, economic and military goals are being sought throughout the country. The region (and perhaps the world) is the battlefield, “Haass twisted.

He continued to argue that developments would lead Iraqi authorities to exert great pressure on the United States to leave their country.

The US attack is clear that the age of peace between the United States and Iraq is over. The involvement of the US diplomatic & mil will end with Iraq telling us to leave or our presence is only a goal or both. This will lead to increased Iranian influence, terrorism and Iraqi struggles.

— Richard N. Haass (@RichardHaass) on January 3, 2020 “A sure result of the American attack is that the US-Iraq period of collaboration has come to an end. America’s diplomatic presence will end with Iraq asking us to leave, or our presence is only a goal or both. This will lead to greater Iranian influence, terrorism and Iraqi battles, “Haas said.

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