“The concept of imminent attack has been stretched so far that it has become meaningless … The metaphor of war has inured people to killings that, frankly, are quite extraordinary and should be happening only in the narrowest of circumstances.” The New Yorker’s Adam Entous and Evan Osnos on a new frontier in the use of assassination (or, its euphemism, “targeted killing.”) Qassem Suleimani and How Nations Decide to Kill.