The late theorist debated Scott D. Sagan on the future of the ultimate weapon in 2010.
The ripples of the raids are only starting to spread.
Israel's intervention in Lebanon was a long-running disaster. Increased involvement in Syria may turn out the same way.
Continuing to split the difference only demonstrates weakness.
Going back on declarations inclines others to test U.S. resolve.
First-term moves on missile defense are now being second-guessed.
China won't risk pressuring North Korea unless it fears Japan and South Korea might develop bombs of their own.
Obama will have trouble fully realizing the goals he set in Prague four years ago.
The American public would readily back nuclear retaliation for a North Korean nuclear attack.
If America tries to unilaterally lead disarmament, few will follow.