Balance of
Terror

Billions Wasted on N-Arms

5/1/2005

WHEN I served as
an assistant secretary of defense for President Ronald Reagan, the
logic of focusing Pentagon resources on nuclear weapons made sense. The
priority of the Cold War was avoiding nuclear war through nuclear
deterrence.

We
wanted to leave absolutely no doubt in the minds of the Soviets that if
they tried to destroy us with nuclear bombs, we would destroy them.
Thus, peace prevailed.

Sharon Asks U.S. to Pressure Iran to Give Up Its Nuclear Program

4/13/2005

Most Americans Say No Nations Should Have Nuclear Weapons

3/31/2005

Bush Seeks to Ban Some Nations From All Nuclear Technology

3/15/2005

WASHINGTON -
Behind President Bush's recent shift in dealing with Iran's nuclear
program lies a less visible goal: to rewrite, in effect, the main
treaty governing the spread of nuclear technology, without actually
renegotiating it.

Israel Plans Strike on Iran Nuke Plant

3/13/2005

The inner cabinet of Ariel Sharon, the Israeli
prime minister, gave "initial authorization" for an attack at a private
meeting last month on his ranch in the Negev desert.

Data Lacking on Iran's Arms, U.S. Panel Says

3/9/2005

Bush: No Plans to Attack Iran

2/22/2005

Israel Pushes for Iran Attack

1/27/2005

Cheney Puts Iran at Top of Trouble List

1/20/2005

The Next Target: Iran

1/18/2005

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