Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying

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					Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying
Robert Jervis
The National Interest; Nov/Dec 2009; 104; Docstoc
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Description: Leaving aside the fact that no one has even tried to rebut the powerful argument made almost half a century ago by the Nobel Prize-winning student of strategic interaction Thomas Schelling, that just about the most dangerous number of nuclear weapons in the hands of the great powers would be zero, if the menace of these arms is overestimated, our efforts will at best be misdirected and the diplomatic resources would be better spent elsewhere. The most general gravamen of Mueller's charge is that not only do we overworry (international politics as a Jewish mother?), but that many problems will be more likely to fade through the natural processes of human, social and political development than by being made the target of explicit policy interventions.
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