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F.W. de Klerk, Former president, South Africa: Since there's no allegation that Iran actually has nuclear weapons, the debate is about Iran enriching uranium, and the suspicion that it is moving toward a nuclear capability. This differs from the situation in South Africa when I became president in 1989. We had six nuclear bombs on the shelf and the seventh was near completion. It was not my decision to build the bomb; I did not have the power to stop it. I was never enthusiastic about it. But it was built never to be used ... to have as a deterrent. It was built in the face of a definite threat by the U.S.S.R. to directly or indirectly gain control of the whole of southern Africa. For Arlene Getz's full interview go to on

On Tuesday, read Health for Life M.D. Robert Stern 's answers to the skin-care questions you submitted. Read The Oval, our column on the White House by Richard Wolffe and Holly Bailey. Published Wednesday. Join Barbara Kantrowitz for a Live Talk on boomer parenting, Wednesday, May 17, at noon, ET. Check out Christopher Dickey 'sWeb column on Iraq, espionage and terrorism, Shadowland. For an inside look at Congress and the White House, read Eleanor Clift 's Capitol Letter, published Fridays.