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If America tries to unilaterally lead disarmament, few will follow.
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Israel and Iran's sanction-defying nut trade.
A major intellectual appraisal should result.
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The argument that new technology demands new rules of war is as timeworn as it is unpersuasive.
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Normally special-interest groups harmed by competition can fight free trade. Where did they go?
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