Editorial, the Jerusalem Post | July 8, 2008
Globalization means that international affairs no longer occur in a bipolar, unipolar, or even multipolar world, but rather "under conditions of nonpolarity." ++ In this nonpolar world, coordination between actors is increasingly difficult, and agreements are rarely reached. ++ The problem of Iran, currently Israel's top concern, will unlikely motivate the international community to act in concert. ++ Israel must, through cold objectivity, work to "raise the profile of the Iranian nuclear threat" and focus international attention on Tehran.