Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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Contents

U.S. Missiles on Hair Trigger?
3
Nuclear warfare, Guided missiles, United States (Military policy)
Ripe for Revision
4
Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty
What GLCMs?
5
Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (1987), Cruise missiles (Sea launching)
Stealth Cruise Sneaks Into Canada
6
Guided missiles (Launching from airplanes, Testing), United States (Foreign relations, Canada), Canada (Foreign relations, United States)
What the Third World Can Handle
8
Science (Developing countries), Technical assistance (Developing countries)
The Gorbachev Spin
35
Deterrence, Parity, Stability
37
Cost Reduction Dubious
38
Disarmament (Economic aspects)
Prevention First
39
Nuclear warfare (Prevention)
Corollaries
39

What the Third World Can Handle
8
Taking Apart the Doomsday Machine
10
Scientists (Political activities), Disarmament, Nuclear warfare (Prevention)
Peronists Seek "nuclear Greatness".
13
Carlos Saul Menem, Nuclear energy (Argentina), Political campaigns (Argentina), Peronism
Bomb Potential for South America
16
Uranium metallurgy, Nuclear weapons (Argentina, Brazil)
Brazil's Nuclear Shakeup: Military Still in Control
22
Nuclear energy (Brazil), Nuclear weapons (Brazil)
Has Arms Control Worked?
26
Thomas C. Schelling (American economist.); 1921-, Morton H. Halperin (foreign policy expert and government official.), Disarmament (History)
From an Airport Bench
29
From Primer to Policy
31
Honored in the Breach
33
Negotiating Skills Needed
33
People, Not Weapons, Make War
34
A Little Shoring Up
35

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