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

Europe as @honest broker'.
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Anti-nuclear movement (Western Europe), Disarmament
Admiral Inman's tidal wave
3
Bobby Ray Inman, Academic freedom, Freedom of science, Technology (International aspects), United States (Defenses)
Further comment
4
Technology (International aspects), United States (Commercial policy)
Marshali Plan for Poland
7
Poland (Politics and government)
Marshall Plan for Poland
7
Adam Przeworski, Economic assistance, American (Poland)

The case of the stranded sub
10
Espionage, Soviet (Sweden), Submarines
Post-war architecture and planning
14
Architecture and state (Soviet Union), Housing (Soviet Union)
Necessary negotiations
18
North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Disarmament (Conferences), Guided missiles, European
The last Europe
22
Anti-nuclear movement (Europe), Nuclear warfare, Disarmament
Sukhomajri: water management in India
26
Water supply (India)
Asian security in the 1980s (Book Review)
34
Eight minutes to midnight: a portrait of Dr. Helen Caldicott
35
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
International agreements on nuclear weapons
36
Nuclear power plants (Iraq), Nuclear weapons (Testing, Detection), Disarmament (Inspection)
A writer reflects
43
Nuclear weapons (Moral and religious aspects), Hiroshima (Japan)

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