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    • chris (munich)
    • 20.02.13 | 18:37 (IST)

    Why talk of the theoretical second nuclear-armed state in the Middle East "starting" a nuclear arms race?. Just because the first such state tries to pursue a "policy of ambiguity" - i.e. saying "no comment" and thinking that is the end of the discussion - is surely no reason for anyone else to play this game?

    from the article: U.S. think tank: Iran nuke unlikely to start Mideast arms race
    First published 17:00 20.02.13 | Last updated 17:00 20.02.13
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