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 Russia Puzzle
2
Russia (Federation)
The Paper Chase
3
Bill Clinton; 1946-., Presidents (Transition periods)
On Clinton's Calendar
6
Bill Clinton; 1946-., Disarmament
Supplier-spotting
8
Nuclear industry (Export-import trade), Nuclear weapons (Iraq), Uranium metallurgy, Germany (West) (Commerce, Iraq), Iraq (Commerce, Germany (West))
PSR Pinpoints Problems
10
United States Dept. of Energy, Physicians for Social Responsibility (Organization), Nuclear industry employees (Health and hygiene), Radiation (Physiological effects), Nuclear weapons (Manufacture)
Aleksandr Rutskoi, Vice-king?
30
Aleksandr Vladimirovich Rutskoi (Russian vice-president.); 1947-, Russia (Federation) (Politics and government)
The Economy: Disintegrating
32
Russia (Federation) (Economic policy, Nationalism)
Out with the Gaidar Plan? In with the Volsky Plan?
34
Yegor Timurovich Gaidar (Russian economist and political leader.), Arkady Volsky (Russian political leader and business organization official.), Russia (Federation) (Economic policy)
The KGB: "They Still Need Us"
36
KGB, Russia (Federation) Ministry of Security
Suppressing a Rising Press
39
Government and the press (Russia (Federation))

Nothing in Common, No Wealth
12
Former Soviet republics (Politics and government)
Concerto for Democrats with Orchestra
14
Russia (Federation) (Politics and government, Social conditions)
From "nyet" to "don't Know"
21
Russia (Federation) (Foreign relations)
Khasbulatov & Co
26
Boris Yeltsin (Russian president.), Ruslan Khasbulatov (Russian economist and political leader.), Russia (Federation) Congress of People's Deputies
Gennadi Burbulis--the First to Fall
29
Gennadi Burbulis (Russian government official.), Boris Yeltsin (Russian president.), Russia (Federation) (Politics and government)

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