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

The Many Phases of SDI.
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Strategic Defense Initiative
Spying in the Black Sea
5
United States Navy, Espionage, American (Soviet Union), Territorial waters, United States (Foreign relations, Soviet Union, Armed forces, Black Sea region), Soviet Union (Foreign relations, United States)
Vanunu, Israel's Bombs, and U.S. Aid
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Mordechai Vanunu (Israeli nuclear technician and dissenter.), Nuclear weapons (Israel), Economic assistance, American (Israel), Trials (Israel)
Japan's Perilous Plutonium Flights
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Radioactive substances (Transportation), Nuclear industry (Export-import trade), Reactor fuel reprocessing, United States (Commerce, Japan), Japan (Commerce, United States)
U.S.-Japan Accord Invites Proliferation
11
Nuclear industry (Export-import trade), Reactor fuel reprocessing, Radioactive substances (Transportation), United States (Commerce, Japan), Japan (Commerce, United States)
Teller and the "clean Bomb" Episode
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Edward Teller; 1908-2003, Nuclear weapons (Testing, Suspension), Atomic bombs (History)
Soviets Take Fresh Look at Western Europe
38
Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (1987), Soviet Union (Foreign relations, Western Europe), Western Europe (Defenses, Foreign relations, Soviet Union)
Carlucci's Budget Avoids Hard Choices
44
Frank Charles Carlucci (American Secretary of defense.), United States Dept. of Defense (Appropriations and expenditures)
Star Wars (Book Review)
47
Better a shield than a sword (Book Review)
48

Odd German Consensus Against New Missiles
14
North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Guided missiles, German, Anti-nuclear movement (Germany (West))
East European Activists Test Glasnost
18
Peace movement (Eastern Europe), Glasnost, Civil rights (Eastern Europe)
Making Weapons, Talking Peace
27
Nuclear warfare (Religious aspects), Disarmament (History), Atomic bombs (History)
Catholics Debate Papal Nuclear Shift
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Pope John Paul II; 1920-2005, Catholic Church National Conference of Catholic Bishops Committee on War and Peace, Nuclear warfare (Religious aspects, Catholic Church), Church and disarmament

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