How Israel can learn to love the Iranian bomb
The academic giant Kenneth Waltz, who died recently, could make Israeli policy-makers think again about the threat posed by Iran gaining nuclear capacity. He argued that nuclear weapons rationalize decision-makers.
It is not very often that an academic giant in any scientific discipline passes away with very little coverage in the general media. Other than some International Relations and foreign policy blogs, Kenneth Waltz’s recent passing a few weeks before his 89th birthday went underreported. It is natural, perhaps, since he was chiefly known for his academic work, but it is still disturbing considering his unparalleled...
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