The late theorist debated Scott D. Sagan on the future of the ultimate weapon in 2010.
The price of a war must be carefully counted.
Israel's intervention in Lebanon was a long-running disaster. Increased involvement in Syria may turn out the same way.
China won't risk pressuring North Korea unless it fears Japan and South Korea might develop bombs of their own.
The West will have to abandon its insistence that Assad must go, as it isn't working.
Kim Jong-un, like his father before him, threatens the world with military farce.
The Iranian press was unusually optimistic about the failed Kazakh negotiations. That hints at space for agreement.
The American public would readily back nuclear retaliation for a North Korean nuclear attack.
How to handle a country that threatens the world with its own implosion.
Unless Washington accepts a process of reciprocal concessions with Iran and puts sanctions relief on the table, war will only become more likely.