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

Navy Shuns Credit for Cuts
3
Disarmament, Guided missiles (Deactivation, Launching from ships)
Britain to Get Airborne INF.
4
North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Airplanes, Military (Great Britain), Guided missiles (Launching from airplanes), Guided missiles, British
Military Budget: One More for the Gipper
5
United States Dept. of Defense (Appropriations and expenditures)
After the Cold War: New Tasks for Arms Controllers
7
Cold war, Disarmament
Weapons Labs Need New Thinking
10
Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (1996), Nuclear research laboratories, Scientists (Political activities)
Behind the German Export Scandals
32
Military weapons (Export-import trade), Defense industry (Germany (West)), Germany (West) (Commercial policy)
At Your Service
34
Defense industry (Developing countries), Military weapons (Export-import trade), Germany (West) (Commerce, Developing countries), Developing countries (Commerce, Germany (West))
Wooing Mexico to Nuclear Power
36
Nuclear power plants (Mexico), Nuclear industry (Export-import trade), United States (Commerce, Mexico), Mexico (Commerce, United States)
Chemical Warfare: a Forgotten Lesson
40
Iwo Jima, Battle of, 1945, World War, 1939-1945 (Chemical and biological weapons, United States)
Enter the dragon (Book Review)
44

A Dosimeter for Every Dacha
13
Radioactive pollution (Soviet Union)
Will Test Ban Conference Self-destruct?
16
Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (1996), Disarmament (Conferences)
How Global Action Got Action
17
Parliamentarians Global Action for Disarmament, Development, and World Reform (Organization)
Nuclear Disasters at Sea, Then and Now
20
Nuclear ships (Accidents and explosions), Nuclear submarines (Accidents and explosions)
Why Not Now? Debating a Nuclear-free Millennium
25
Disarmament

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