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

Statement from the Council; Walking the tightrope; We now appeal
2
Disarmament, Pugwash movement
Nuclear combat: the five-year defense plan
5
Nuclear warfare, United States (Foreign relations, Soviet Union, Military policy)
View from Moscow
8
Georgi A. Arbatov (Russian international relations specialist.)
Games strategists play
13
Nuclear warfare, War games, United States (Military policy)
Social trends and social problems
19
Soviet Union (Social conditions)
Thinking twice about nuclear war
42
Videotape reviews (Single works)
Room in the ark?
44
Rare animals
Soviet succession and policy choices
49
Soviet Union (Politics and government)
Just in case--the danger of flexible response
55
Nuclear warfare, United States (Military policy)
Requiem for a not so special session
58
United Nations General Assembly (Special Session on Disarmament: 1982)

Science and the American future
26
Science (Study and teaching), Science and state
Embargo on ideas: the Reagan isolationism
31
Freedom of science, Technology (International aspects), United States (Commercial policy, Defenses)
The global politics of arms sales (Book Review)
38
National defense (Book Review)
39
Cheating on the freeze--not the issue
60
Disarmament (Inspection)
The Sakharov letter
61
Disarmament, Political prisoners (Soviet Union)
Arms control advocates protest harassment of Soviet peace group
62
Disarmament, Peace movement (Soviet Union), Political prisoners (Soviet Union)
Student Pugwash
63
College students (Political activities), Pugwash movement

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