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 Fine Madness
2
Bulletin of the atomic scientists, Nuclear warfare (Prevention)
A Challenge for the 21st Century
4
Scientists (Political activities), Disarmament, Anti-nuclear movement (History)
"Fairy Tales" in Munich
5
Black markets, Intelligence service (Germany), Smuggling, Nuclear industry (Export-import trade), Plutonium, Trials (Germany), Nuclear weapons (Russia (Federation)), Germany (Commerce, Russia (Federation)), Russia (Federation) (Commerce, Germany)
Senate Says Yes, Maybe
11
United States Dept. of Defense (Appropriations and expenditures), United States Congress Senate (Voting), Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (1972), Guided missiles (Defenses), Strategic Defense Initiative
Do it Better and Smarter
13
Disarmament
Has Iraq Come Clean at Last?
53
International Atomic Energy Agency, Nuclear weapons (Iraq), Disarmament (Inspection)
Massive Programs, Meager Results
56
Uranium metallurgy, Calutrons, Nuclear weapons (Iraq)
Picturing the bomb (Book Review)
65
The hidden history of the Vietnam War (Book Review)
66
In the shadow of war (Book Review)
68

Midnight Never Came
16
Bulletin of the atomic scientists, Nuclear warfare (Prevention), Doomsday Clock
Dear Mr. Khrushchev
28
Nikita Sergeevich Khrushchev; 1894-1971, Underground nuclear explosions (Suspension), Physicists (Political activities), Nuclear research (Soviet Union)
Four Trillion Dollars and Counting
32
Nuclear weapons (Costs)
U.S. Nuclear Weapon Locations, 1995
74
Nuclear weapons
Pentagon Sees the Light
76
Eye (Wounds and injuries), Lasers (Military use, Injurious effects)

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