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

SALT and international reconciliation
3
Strategic Arms Limitation Talks, United States (Foreign relations)
Let's agree--no first use!
6
Nuclear disarmament, United States (Foreign relations, Soviet Union)
Maneuvers in the Indian Ocean
8
United States Navy (Forces in the Indian Ocean region), Petroleum industry (Export-import trade), Soviet Union (Navy, Forces in the Indian Ocean region)
Matters of truth
11
Robert W. KATES
Nuclear civil war
13
Mans Lonnroth; 1941-., William Walker, Nuclear industry (International aspects)

Letter from Washington
15
Exchanges, Literary and scientific
Robert Oppenheimer: letters and recollections
19
J. Robert Oppenheimer; 1904-1967
China's nuclear power program
28
Nuclear energy (China)
Guarding nuclear materials and civil liberties
32
Civil rights (International aspects), Nuclear fuels (Security measures)
French and German courts on nuclear power
36
Nuclear energy (China, Germany (West)), Courts (France, Germany (West))
U.S. debates a new agency
43
United States Institute for Scientific and Technological Cooperation
A is for atom, B is for bomb: a portrait of Dr. Edward Teller
55
Television program reviews (Single works)
No more Vietnams . . . but
56
Television program reviews (Single works)
GRIT strategy
58
Nuclear disarmament
Non-economist looks at inflation
61
Energy conservation, Inflation (Finance)
Dispute at Indian Point
63
Nuclear power plants
Dear President Carter and members of Congress
65
Nuclear disarmament

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