"But the true threats to stability and peace are these nations that are not very transparent, that hide behind the--that don't let people in to take a look and see what they're up to. They're very kind of authoritarian regimes. The true threat is whether or not one of these people decide, peak of anger, try to hold us hostage, ourselves; the Israelis, for example, to whom we'll defend, offer our defenses; the South Koreans."--Media roundtable, Washington, D.C., March 13, 2001 (Thanks to Peter Sagal)
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