Regimes that Have Peaceful Intentions Don't Behave This Way

(Wall Street Journal) Editorial - Tehran doesn't allow nuclear inspectors access to many military sites. Regimes that have peaceful intentions don't behave this way. When South Africa decided to denuclearize in the early 1990s, President F.W. de Klerk ordered the destruction of all sensitive technical and policy documents and gave UN inspectors "anytime, anywhere" access to inspect nuclear facilities. In Moammar Gadhafi's case, U.S. officials physically removed sensitive nuclear-weapons documents, uranium and equipment from Libya.

2018-05-09 00:00:00

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