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Posted by on Apr 22, 2008 in At TMV | 1 comment

Krauthammer’s Misplaced Proliferation Pessimism

Charles Krauthammer wrote in the Washington Post recently that, in the face of the advancing nuclear programs in both Iran and North Korea, the “era of nonproliferation is over.”

Not so fast, though. His analysis is devoid of some much-needed historical context.

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  • runasim

    Sweden’s (and others’) progressive stand notwithstanding, the only way nonproliferation will become a vital movement is if the US takes a leading role.
    Since that would mean reducing its own nuclear arsenal, I don’t see that happening. in the current aggressve atmosphere.

    The US still functions on the illusion that it can maintain indefinitely it’s ‘do as I say, not as I do’ stance.

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