International treaties require stable governments or they are useless.
Maybe I'm naïve. I must admit that I have no formal academic training in Political Science or International Relations. I've just been following the news, international of course, for over half a century. Yes, I'm old. I've seen countries and super-powers come and go. I remember the irony of Mao, when his Communist Red China population was forced to wear one type of jacket as he mocked the United States as a "paper tiger." Today the Chinese have a stronger and more materialist economy than the USA, and their Communism is long gone.
I remember American government leaders quaking at the thought of an attack from the USSR, which today doesn't exist. But the Americans, who claim to be the strongest and most powerful country in the world, still fear Castro's poverty-ridden Cuba.
To be honest, I don't have too much respect for the "experts." How many predicted the events I lived through? I prefer my common sense.
According to Jewish Law, an insane person can't sign an important contract. Potential aka wannabe converts who are mentally unstable can't be converted to Judaism. One has to be fully rational to make such a life-changing decision. If a woman is married to a man with serious psychiatric problems, his ability to give her a get for divorce can be affected.
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