While there are certainly benefits to international treaties, they are notoriously plagued by problems of time; time that, in the case of nuclear terrorism, we might not have.
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During the Bush years pressure on North Korea was greatly increased, not decreased, as the current White House and New York Times say. That the Obama team is taking credit now is a shame.
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration said Friday it is prepared to confront ships believed to be carrying contraband materials to North Korea b...
Following its initial hullabaloo, the current standoff may be a foreign policy windfall for the Obama administration by uniting typically disparate regional players
Despite squandering widespread global sympathy and much-needed support for U.S. foreign policy since 9/11, the Bush administration's Proliferation Security Initiative has been a foreign-policy coup.
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