The White House knows that any denuclearization agreement with Pyongyang must assure North Korea ends its enrichment and reprocessing activities.
Washington should invite the Saudi Prince to discuss energy alternatives.
Enabling Riyadh would only make the region’s nuclear landscape riskier.
Is it possible to have nuclear power without such regional fear and loathing?
America must unite, not divide, other major powers to constrain Iran.
There has been an ongoing policy battle in Congress between those who would impose strong nonproliferation conditions and those who don’t want them—for fear of jeopardizing commercial opportunities.
If civilian nuclear energy provides vital support for nuclear weapons, do we really want to offer a leg up to states overseas?
France is helping to support industrial policies that make no economic sense and potentially threaten a nuclear arms race in Northeast Asia.
There is no substitute for non-proliferation strategies with clear, country-specific objectives.
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