Daniel Gallington

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Reality has always been that disarmament is fine as long as it’s the other guy who does it. Confirming this, Brazil’s vice president recently advocated his country’s development of nuclear weapons to «deter aggression» and gain «greater respectability» – while India announced that it has built high-yield nuclear weapons. But these developments are not nearly as disturbing as what’s going on in despotic North Korea – now a nuclear-weapons power that loves to threaten war. From Japan is a pronounced turn to the right in national politics and a near-term promise of a more robust Japanese foreign and national security policy.…  Seguir leyendo »