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

An Unassuming People
2
Okinawa (Japan), Battle of, 1945
Letting Defeatism Defeat Disarmament
4
Disarmament
Hey, Army, Welcome to Our World
5
United States Army (Contracts and procurement), Military computer systems, Communications, Military, Military electronics
Searching for Reality
9
Global Positioning System
Africa Bans the Bomb
11
Organization of African Unity, African Nuclear Weapons-Free Zone Treaty
An Overrated Nightmare
30
Nuclear terrorism
A Time of Testing?
35
Nuclear weapons (Testing, Pakistan, India), India (Foreign relations, Pakistan), Pakistan (Foreign relations, India)
The Tritium Solution
41
Nuclear weapons (India, Pakistan), Tritium, Nuclear nonproliferation, India (Foreign relations, Pakistan), Pakistan (Foreign relations, India)
Kazakh Power Play
45
Nuclear power plants (Kazakhstan)
Armenia's Choice
50
Nuclear power plants (Armenia), Power resources (Armenia)

Debatable, But Not Debated
12
United States Dept. of Defense (Appropriations and expenditures)
Cheery Words, Little Action
14
Nuclear summit, 1996 (Moscow, Russia)
When a Forest Falls, Splinters Fly
16
Political campaigns (Russia (Federation)), Russia (Federation) (Nationalism)
China is No Threat
19
China (Armed Forces, Appropriations and expenditures, Military policy)
Go-banken-sama, Go Home!
22
Military bases, American (Okinawa Island (Japan)), United States (Armed Forces, Okinawa Island (Japan))
"I Refuse".
26
Rape (Okinawa Island (Japan)), Women (Okinawa Island (Japan)), United States (Armed Forces, Okinawa Island (Japan), Crimes and misdemeanors)
Lise Meitner (Book Review)
55
A farewell to arms? (Book Review)
57
When the Pentagon was for sale (Book Review)
59
U.S. Nuclear Weapons Stockpile, July 1996
61
Nuclear weapons
Nuking Libya
64
Air bases, American (Italy), Nuclear warfare, Chemical and biological weapons (Libya), Libya (Foreign relations, United States), United States (Foreign relations, Libya, Armed Forces, Italy)

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