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

Nuclear war: four pressure points
2
Nuclear warfare (Prevention), Disarmament
The clock stands still
3
Nuclear warfare (Prevention)
Bomber mania
4
Richard D. De Lauer, Airplanes, Military, United States (Military policy)
United Nations Centre for Disarmament
6
United Nations Centre for Disarmament
From the Russian past to the Soviet present
8
Soviet Union (Foreign opinion, American, History, 20th century)
North-south imbalances
25
Developing countries (Economic relations)
The hunger alert
28
Food supply (Developing countries), Developing countries (Economic relations)
A new objective for energy policy
30
Civil rights (International aspects), Economic development, Energy policy (International aspects)
Scientists and human rights in Latin America
35
Civil rights (Latin America), Scientists (Civil rights)
The ultimate resource (Book Review)
39

How to make up your mind about the bomb
13
North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Anti-nuclear movement (Great Britain), Guided missiles, British, Soviet Union (Foreign relations, Western Europe)
Growing up nuclear
19
Nuclear weapons (Study and teaching), Humanities (Study and teaching)
Psychological fallout
20
Nuclear weapons (Psychological aspects)
AAAS professional ethics project (Book Review)
43
Arms control in Europe: building confidence
45
North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Disarmament
Allies divided
47
North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Guided missiles, European

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