because, after Connelly, with its emphasis on wrongful, deterrable
Therefore, low intensity conflicts and limited border wars between India and Pakistan are not deterrable
by the so-called nuclear balance of terror.
unintentional"), then his statement is nonsense: Many unintentional events are avoidable and thus deterrable
The terrorists may not be deterrable
themselves, but those they depend on for assistance may well be.
Drunk driving "is a deterrable
offense that ends lots of innocent lives unnecessarily.
accidents in general are deterrable
, (62) this statute does not cover
Possession of weapons of mass destruction would render al Qaeda a far more dangerous threat than deterrable
or weak enemy states.
While these conflicts may seem improbable and deterrable
for the foreseeable future, they cannot be dismissed.
A state should be permitted to preclude the asserted defense only if there is substantial reason for the Court to conclude that problems of identification would make the defense too difficult to administer or that some important purpose of punishment, not equally well accomplished by civil remedies, is served by punishing even those who are not blameworthy or deterrable
They would have been more convincing, and more consistent with the underlying philosophical principles of their own approach, if they had stuck to an idea that they briefly introduced earlier in the book: that a nuclear-armed Iran, even under Ahmadinejad, would be no less deterrable
than the Soviet Union or China under Stalin or Mao, respectively (p.
The evidence of defendant's mental illness may also have shown that defendant was less deterrable
or that society needed to be protected from him.
both increases the defendant's temptation to deviate from his threat, since the savings from avoiding trial are larger, and reduces enforcement, since the number of deterrable
suits is lower.
the Court speculated that such offenders are less deterrable
The idea that he is not deterrable
is "almost certainly wrong.
There is no evidence that any of the countries in Bush's axis of evil--Iraq, Iran and North Korea--are not deterrable
according to the same logic that worked with the Soviets.