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

UNCSTD: a first step in a long journey
1
United Nations Conference on Science and Technology for Development
What happened to the emperor?
4
Soviet Union (Army, Forces in Cuba)
Progressive decision
4
Progressive (Periodical), Atomic bombs, Classified information, Government and the press
Nuclear polarization
6
Nuclear energy (Great Britain), Radioactive waste disposal
Carter's energy program stalls in Congress
7
Energy policy

Funding for intervenors
10
Nuclear power plants (Environmental aspects), Environmental associations
Transition to an urban planet
12
City planning (Developing countries)
What should society expect from scientist?
19
Scientists, Technology (Social aspects)
International repression trade
22
MILITARY assistance (Developing countries), Munitions (Export-import trade)
Sweden debates its peaceful atom
29
Anti-nuclear movement (Sweden), Nuclear energy (Sweden)
Governments fall as consensus gives way to debate
30
What to do with radioactive waste?
38
Radioactive waste disposal
First the election and then the referendum: nuclear power debate
43
Sweden (Politics and government)
Nuclear war films (Book Review)
54
War and the liberal conscience (Book Review)
55
Endurance of life (Book Review)
56
Regulating nuclear security
57
Nuclear power plants (Security measures)
Paving the way for technopolis
58
Technology transfer, Technology (Developing countries), United States (Commerce, Developing countries)
1979 message from Pugwash
62
Nuclear disarmament, Power resources (Developing countries), Pugwash movement
Proxy for the unborn
64
Proxies, Radioactive waste disposal, Unborn children (Law)

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