Iran: What Next?

IN-DEPTH VIDEOS, 20 Jan 2020

Jeremy Scahill | Intercepted – TRANSCEND Media Service

14 Jan 2020 – The Trump administration’s assassination of Iranian military official Qassim Suleimani in Iraq was an act of aggression and an offensive act of war. This week on Intercepted: Jeremy Scahill hosts a live discussion in New York on the unfolding crisis with Intercept Senior Columnist Mehdi Hasan, reporter Murtaza Hussain, National Security Editor Vanessa Gezari, and Senior News Editor Ali Gharib. They discuss what the latest developments mean for Iran and the U.S. and how tensions have rapidly escalated since Donald Trump came to office. Will Trump’s current posture hold, or will he order more violence?

Jeremy Scahill, left, hosts a discussion with Intercept senior columnist Mehdi Hasan, reporter Murtaza Hussain, national security editor Vanessa Gezari, and senior news editor Ali Gharib in New York City on Jan. 13, 2020. Photo: Elise Swain/The Intercept

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