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

A Tentative Step Forward
2
Disarmament (Conferences)
Numbers Game Won't Work
3
Bulletin of the atomic scientists, Nuclear warfare (Prevention)
Waging Secrecy
5
Space shuttle missions, Leaks (Disclosure of information), Space flight (Military use)
New Lineup on Defense Committees
7
United States Dept. of Defense (Appropriations and expenditures), United States Congress (Committees), United States (Military policy)
Politics, Technology, and the Test Ban
9
Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (1996), Nuclear weapons (Testing, Detection)
Superpowers Block Progress at Stockholm
36
Conference on Confidence and Security-Building Measures and Disarmament in Europe
Nuclear Winter Report Excerpts
39
Nuclear winter
Minimum Deterrence, Maximum Stability
42
Disarmament, Nuclear warfare (Prevention), United States (Military policy)
MAD is the Best Possible Deterrence
43
Nuclear warfare (Prevention), United States (Military policy)
Nuclear Crisis Management
50
Nuclear warfare (Prevention)

Star Wars Bad Even If it Works
13
Strategic Defense Initiative
U.S.-Soviet Space Cooperation and Arms Control
17
Disarmament, Space research (Soviet Union), Outer space (International aspects)
Western Scientists Join Soviet Comet Mission
19
Space vehicles, Russian, Space flight (Cometary missions), Halley's comet
Intimidation Leads to Self-censorship in Science
22
Freedom of science, Classified information, Technology (International aspects), United States (Defenses)
Unclassified Secrets
26
United States Dept. of Defense, United States Dept. of Energy, Technology (International aspects), Classified information, Nuclear energy (Laws and regulations), Freedom of information
Academic Freedom Versus Nonproliferation: the Libyan Case
29
Nuclear weapons (Study and teaching), Academic freedom, Nuclear energy (Libya), Foreign students (United States), Nuclear nonproliferation, Libyans (Education, United States)
Congress Must Act on Proliferation
32
Nuclear industry (Export-import trade), Nuclear weapons, Nuclear nonproliferation
U.S. View on Stockholm Conference
35
Conference on Confidence and Security-Building Measures and Disarmament in Europe

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