'This emerging consensus [that it does],' writes Max Abrahms in International Security magazine, 'lacks a firm empirical basis.' It's attacks on the military, not civilians, that have the potential to affect government policy, he maintains. In other words, civilians are always expendable. But attack military personnel and installations and you're history.
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Russ Wellen is the nuclear deproliferation editor for OpEdNews. He's also on the staffs of Freezerbox and Scholars & Rogues.
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