April 11, 2012
The West's Mysterious 'Red Lines' on Iran
Jonathan Schell, Globe and Mail
Although the invasion of Iraq was a debacle, the policy underlying it has survived. Curiously, that policy may have escaped discredit in part precisely because its target was a mirage. Is a military action a true test of a disarmament war’s efficacy if the arms in question are missing?
TAGGED: United States, Iraq, Iran