Conflict Records Research Center is featured in a Foreign Affairs article
The Foreign Affairs, published by the Council on Foreign Relations, recently published an article by Amatzia Baram an Iraq expert, who references the Conflict Records Research Center in a recent article on Saddam Hussein and deterrence.
Baram observes that as Iran continues to pursue nuclear capabilities, the subject of deterrence become a "more complex issue than generally assumed."
Focusing on the Conflict Records Research Center (CRRC) and the highly prestigious work conducted at the Center, Baram discusses the materials owned by CRRC which translated, "show(s) a leader who was extremely hard, occasionally even impossible, to deter, but for reasons that have little to do with irrationality."
Citing "the wealth of recently released Iraqi documents about Saddam Hussein’s tumultuous reign in Iraq" Baram debates the possibility of containing a nuclear Iran based on the United States' past experience with an "arguably rational leader (who) can be unreasonable..."
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