So, picture this: Jake Sullivan, a big shot in the US national security game, sits down with Iraqi Prime Minister Mohamed Shia al-Sudani and Kurdistan’s big cheese, Masrour Barzani.

They’re not sipping tea; they’re hashing out some serious business at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Why? Because Iran decided to play with missiles, and these guys are scrambling to figure out what the hell to do about it.

Davos – where the suits meet when the world’s on the brink.

The Context of Iran’s Fireworks

Iran shoots missiles, but not just anywhere.

They aimed for Israel’s intel hub in Iraqi Kurdistan and supposedly smacked around some ISIS hideouts in Syria.

Iraq’s not impressed.

They’re yelling at Iran, saying, “Hold up, why are you aiming at us?