America and Iran are afraid of being caught up in a new `wasting people and money` war? 2America and Iran are afraid of being caught up in a new `wasting people and money` war? 2

Neither the US nor Iran want to sink deeper into a new war, the outcome of which is predicted to be unfavorable to either side.

Respond or restrain?

Although current tensions are increasing concerns about the risk of a dangerous military conflict in the Gulf, most analysts believe that neither the US nor Iran wants to sink deeper into a war.

One of two oil tankers caught fire in the Gulf of Oman, 14 nautical miles off the Iranian coast.

Just a few hours after the attack on two oil tankers, one Norwegian and one Japanese in the Gulf of Oman, the US government `namely` pointed out Iran as responsible.

However, one thing that is easy to see is that up to this point, the US government has not made any announcement about response measures.

According to Mr. Colin Kahl, a former official in President Obama’s administration and currently an analyst at Stanford University, California, the situation between the US and Iran is becoming increasingly dangerous.

However, Mr. David Miller, a former negotiator for both Democratic and Republican administrations, attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman are not enough to be a reasonable excuse for a war.

On the other hand, President Donald Trump has repeatedly stated that he does not want the US military to participate in any more costly and unending conflicts.

Mr. Patrick Shanahan said: “We always plan for many different scenarios and as we said before, to solve the problem we need to reach an international consensus.

It can be said that, in addition to statements strongly criticizing the attacks, the entire goal of the US pressure strategy is still quite vague.

In a statement on June 13, President Donald Trump emphasized that it was still too early to consider the possibility of reaching an agreement, then a day later he announced that he would return to the negotiating table once again.

Therefore, are sanctions just aimed at destroying Iran’s economy or are they really about negotiating the best deal?

According to Thu Hoai


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