Soleimani’s death opens a door to alternative security arrangements in the Gulf
By James M. Dorsey
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The US killing of Iranian general Qassim Soleimani has further opened the door to a potential restructuring of the Gulf’s security architecture.
In line with an Iranian plan launched at last year’s United Nations General Assembly by president Hassan Rouhani that calls for…