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  • If one is not blown away by all this eminence, and refuses to shut down one's critical mind, one soon notes that this approach sets the wrong priorities both in dealing with deproliferation and in dealing with Russia.

    Amitai Etzioni: Wrong Priority

  • When I mentioned this observation to a supporter of the Quad's agenda, an expert on nuclear deproliferation, she responded that at least such superpower disarmament will stop the critics of the West from "whining."

    Amitai Etzioni: Wrong Priority

  • Some are sure to hold that Israel already agreed to a two state solution, hence it will give nothing new in exchange for a deproliferation of Iran.

    Amitai Etzioni: "Regional peace" -- A New Idea for the Middle East!

  • He's calling for the -- seriously, for discardment (ph) or the deproliferation (ph) of nuclear weapons, and we should applaud that.

    CNN Transcript Sep 23, 2009

  • If these deals could be struck and faithfully carried out, they would in effect entail 'trading' deproliferation, verified by vigorous inspections and by denying these nations their own uranium enrichment facilities, with leaving their authoritarian regimes in place, subject only to internal challenges ....

    Amitai Etzioni: Irrational Leaders and Nuclear Arms: A Response

  • The implied deal I suggest, which would allow authoritarian regimes to be subject only to internal challenges in exchange for deproliferation and ending the support for terrorism, is less bitter than it seems.

    Amitai Etzioni: Irrational Leaders and Nuclear Arms: A Response

  • Both Iran and North Korea are reported to have sought non-aggression treaties or security guarantees from the West as part of a deproliferation deal.

    Amitai Etzioni: Irrational Leaders and Nuclear Arms: A Response

  • Russ Wellen is the nuclear deproliferation editor for OpEdNews.

    Terrorists Crossing the Border: Genuine Threat?

  • In short, major contributions to international security were made on two important fronts: nuclear deproliferation (vastly preferable to inspecting facilities still in place) and prevention of terrorism.


  • Hence, there is little to be lost and much to be gained by providing security guarantees and other rewards in exchange for deproliferation, and an end to harboring, financing, and equipping terrorists.



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