NEW YORK – Presidents, generals, dictators and ordinary people take big risks when they have nothing to lose, similar to a quarterback in American football throwing a so-called Hail Mary pass. But the consequences of such a strategy in politics, war and business are usually more serious than the outcome of a football game.
In the Middle East, for example, it has produced continuous conflict because the warring parties feel as though they have nothing to lose.
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