Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is the premier public resource on scientific and technological developments that impact global security. Founded by Manhattan Project Scientists, the Bulletin's iconic "Doomsday Clock" stimulates solutions for a safer world.
  

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Contents

December in Ottawa
4
Land mines (Disarmament)
Turbulent Times for Fusion Power
5
Turbulence, International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor
Surfin' the .mil Domain
9
United States Dept. of Defense (Web sites)
Life After the Zone
12
Panama Canal Treaties (1977), Military bases, American (Panama), United States (Armed Forces, Panama), Panama Canal Zone
The NAS Blueprint
14
National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), Nuclear weapons, Disarmament, United States (Military policy)
A Chemical Weapons Atlas
35
Chemical and biological weapons (International aspects)
A Sea of Trouble?
40
Chemical and biological weapons (Disposal), Marine pollution, Waste disposal in the ocean
The Slow Death of the Fast Breeder
46
Breeder reactors (Accidents and explosions), Nuclear power plants (Japan), Reactor fuel reprocessing, Radioactive waste disposal (Japan)
Birth of the Breeder
48
Breeder reactors (History)
The Ghost of Christmas Past
52
Veterans (Health and hygiene), Nuclear weapons (Testing), Radiation (Physiological effects), Great Britain (Armed Forces)

Playing to Win
17
Patrick J. Leahy (American senator.), Norman D. Dicks (American congressman.), Jon Kyl (American senator.); 1942-, United States (Military policy)
More Power to Thorium?
19
Alvin Radkowsky; 1915-2002, Thorium, Nuclear reactors (Design)
Targets of Opportunity
22
United States Strategic Command, Targeting (Nuclear strategy), United States (Military policy)
Harvest Season
30
Land mines (Mozambique)
Caging the nuclear genie (Book Review)
57
Where the Bombs Are, 1997
62
Nuclear weapons
Still Glowing
64
Depleted uranium weapons (Health aspects), Persian Gulf War, 1991 (Weapons), Gulf War syndrome

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