By Donald A. Moskowitz
November 09, 2010
A number of countries have nuclear weapons, but these countries are considered stable and they fall within the parameters of mutual deterrence and rational conduct, except for North Korea. We are currently working with Russia, China and other Asian countries to attempt to control North Korea’s nuclear threats.
Iran poses a significant risk to use nuclear weapons because of its unstable leadership. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has proclaimed that Israel, the U.S. and other Western countries are Iran’s enemies, and could come under attack by Iran depending on conditions in the region and the world. The Iranian Defense Ministry recently published information on a nuclear attack strategy to be used against the U.S. and Israel and possibly other countries.
Many Arab countries in the Middle East are wary of Iran’s intentions and are concerned with the regional dominance of a nuclear armed Iran.
Economic sanctions imposed on Iran have not deterred it from developing nuclear weapons. Time is running out and the options to neutralize the Iranian nuclear weapons program are becoming more limited.
Donald A. Moskowitz
About: "Donald A. Moskowitz holds a B.S. in Science from The Pennsylvania State University and an MBA from Babson College. He served over six years in the U.S. Navy as an enlisted man, then an officer. He has close to 40 years experience working for a number of corporations in various executive positions, including Division Manager and President of companies. Currently he is retired and actively involved in a number of civic organizations."
Received November 08, 2010 - Published November 09, 2010
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