Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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Contents

Technological Vulnerability
2
Nuclear weapons
The Gorbachev Proposals
3
Nuclear weapons (Testing, Suspension), Disarmament
Canada--too Close for Comfort
4
Canada (Defenses, Foreign relations, United States), United States (Foreign relations, Canada)
Neoconservative War of the Worlds
6
Conservatism, Disarmament, United States (Foreign relations, Soviet Union), Soviet Union (Foreign relations, United States)
South Africa Circumvents Embargo
8
Military weapons (Export-import trade), Embargo, Technology (International aspects), South Africa (Commerce, United States), United States (Commerce, South Africa)
Protecting Reactors from Terrorists
22
Nuclear power plants (Security measures), Nuclear terrorism
Breaking the Fuel/weapons Connection
26
Nuclear weapons (Manufacture), Plutonium metallurgy, Reactor fuel reprocessing, Uranium metallurgy, Disarmament
Sweden's Abortive Nuclear Weapons Project
31
Nuclear energy (Sweden), Sweden (Defenses)
Arms Control: Necessary Process
35
Disarmament
Arms Control: Misplaced Focus
39
Disarmament

Computer Companies Comment on Sales to South Africa
10
Computers (Export-import trade)
Continuing Debate Over Science and Secrecy
14
Freedom of science, Classified information, Technology (International aspects), United States (Defenses)
Nuclear Plants--military Hostages?
17
Nuclear power plants (Security measures)
Government Dollars for University Research
45
United States Dept. of Defense (Appropriations and expenditures), Colleges and universities (Research, Federal aid), Military research
Reviews
50
Nuclear warfare in literature
Arms and oil (Book Review)
53

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