Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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Contents

Ending Overkill
2
United States Dept. of Defense (Appropriations and expenditures), Two thousand (Year), United States (Defenses)
Hail to the Military Plenipotentiary
3
Charles Dunlap (American air force general.), Coups d'etat, United States (Armed Forces, Civic action)
Russian Whistleblower Faces Jail
7
Vil Mirzayanov, Institute of Organic Chemistry (Moscow, Russia), Chemical and biological weapons (Russia (Federation)), Whistle blowing (Russia (Federation)), Official secrets (Russia (Federation))
Thorp Flap
8
British Nuclear Fuels Ltd, Reactor fuel reprocessing, Nuclear facilities (Great Britain)
A Bouquet for Bush
10
George Bush; 1924-., Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, Disarmament, United States (Foreign relations)
The Men and Women of the Armed Forces
23
United States Dept. of Defense (Appropriations and expenditures), United States (Armed Forces)
First, Puzzlement; Then Action
24
Robert Del Tredici, Anti-nuclear movement (Russia (Federation)), Mayak nuclear facility (Russia) (Accidents and explosions), Radiation (Physiological effects), Americans (Russia (Federation))
Ukraine: Stuck with the Goods
30
Nuclear weapons (Ukraine), Russia (Federation) (Foreign relations, Ukraine), Ukraine (Foreign relations, Russia (Federation), United States), United States (Foreign relations, Ukraine)
Our Man in Missouri
34
Air bases, Ukrainians (United States), Guided missile bases
The VA's Sorry, the Army's Silent
39
United States Dept. of Veterans Affairs, World War, 1939-1945 (Chemical and biological weapons, Veterans), Chemical and biological weapons (Testing), Veterans (Health and hygiene)

The West's Moral Failure
11
Yugoslav War, 1991-1995, Muslims (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Serbia (Nationalism), Bosnia and Herzegovina (Politics and government)
Nuclear Asymmetry
14
Nuclear nonproliferation, Nuclear weapons
Tanks
18
Tanks, Military
Reinventing politics (Book Review)
44
U.S. Weapons Secrets Revealed
48
Nuclear weapons, United States (Military history)
Russian (C.I.S.) Strategic Nuclear Forces, End of 1992
49
Nuclear weapons (Russia (Federation), Former Soviet republics)

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