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The NPT is Dead

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In air power , iran , israel , nukes , syria
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On October 13, 2007
Well, this does make a certain kind of sense, I suppose. The Israeli strike on what now appears to have been a nuclear reactor at a very low state of construction is preventive war at its most distant; the Israelis have determined that Syria, at least, will never be allowed to have a nuclear program, […]

Scuds

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On September 20, 2007

Via Jeffrey Lewis at ArmsControlWonk, Chris Nelson is reporting that the Israeli airstrike on Syria targeted Scud missiles and missile parts. As Jeffrey notes, this makes a lot more sense than the nuc

Matt calls this development good, but I’m not so sure… In light of the heated controversy that has surrounded the Turkish-Armenian issue in recent weeks, and because of our concern for the unity of the Jewish community at a time of increased threats against the Jewish people, ADL has decided to revisit the tragedy that […]

Olmert

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In accountability , Iraq war , israel
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On May 1, 2007
Everybody has something to say about the commission report that excoriated Ehud Olmert and his government for badly botching the war against Hezbollah last summer. Olmert and his advisors obviously deserve the criticism, as Israel’s offensive was politically disastrous even if you believe it was justified. The most interesting aspect of the report is the […]
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