If the outbreak of hostilities in Korea demonstrates anything, it is the necessity of passing the START treaty. The Russians want to see that treaty ratified and we need their help in pressuring Iran which, like Korea, has been pursuing a nuclear weapons capability. If the North Koreans did not have nuclear weapons, their recent attack on a South Korean island would be problematic but it would not be potentially catastrophic. The last thing we need is a nuclear-armed Iran to worry about too.
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In This Issue
- Hundreds gather to press for immigration reform
- Editorial: Why won't the US sign a land mine treaty?
- Exhibit showcases German artist's version of saintly and secular female subjects
- Special Section [Newspaper only]: Spirituality
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