Garfinkle, Adam
May 1991
National Review;5/13/1991, Vol. 43 Issue 8, p36
Cites six reasons why the theory of U.S.-Soviet nuclear deterrence should not be applied to considerations of Iraq's ability to attain nuclear capability. Two different scenarios; Argument for preventing Iraq from attaining nuclear capability.


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