Israel is clinging dearly to its policy of nuclear ambiguity

24.11.2011                      27.Cheschwan. 5772                      Jom Kippur Katan

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Israel is clinging dearly to its policy of nuclear ambiguity

Israel has never claimed that there is no possibility it will change its nuclear policy one day. But for Israel that's a vision for the distant future.

"The sky didn't fall on us," admits the Israel Atomic Energy Commission, whose representatives returned from two days of talks at the headquarters of the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna. The subject was a nuclear-weapon-free Middle East.
The meeting they had so much feared was nonbinding and academic. The goal was to learn from other nuclear-weapon-free zones. These five are Africa, Central Asia, Southeast Asia, the South Pacific and Central and South America….