may 26th, 2007
note that the atlanticist is not so bothered about the nukes in pakistan's hands, and is quite thrilled about the 'break-india's-kneecaps' nuclear 'deal' put forth by america.
note the last paragraph:
"As in Congo, where a dictator was unable to ensure the secure storage of the nuclear material, or as in North Korea, where a dictator seems keen to develop nuclear weapons, the lesson for Russia over Myanmar should be clear: spreading nuclear technology to troubled countries is a bad idea."
that is, unless the troubled country's name starts with P-A-K.