Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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Contents

What Happened to Diplomacy?
3
Disarmament, Libyan-American conflict, 1986, United States (Foreign relations)
The New Mix of Defense and Deterrence
4
Nuclear warfare (Prevention), United States (Military policy, Defenses)
Reagan Wins as He Loses
6
Ronald Reagan (American president); 1911-2004 (Relations with Congress), United States (Foreign relations, Military policy)
Espionage, Leaks, and the First Amendment
8
Samuel Loring Morison, Jane's defence weekly, Espionage, British (United States), Leaks (Disclosure of information)
Missile Accuracy--an Arms Control Opportunity
11
Inertial guidance systems, Disarmament, Guided missiles (Control)
The Other Negotiations
42
Disarmament (Conferences)
Economic Conversion: an Exchange
45
Economic Conversion: an Exchange
45
Economic conversion, Disarmament (Economic aspects), Military-industrial complex
Reviews
52
Anti-nuclear movement (Bibliography, Western Europe)
Negotiating from strength (Book Review)
54

Allied Nuclear Forces Complicate Negotiations
18
Nuclear weapons (Great Britain, France), Disarmament (Conferences)
Blocking the Spread of Nuclear Weapons
24
Nuclear weapons, Disarmament
A Commentary
27
The Challenge of Nuclear Safeguards
29
International Atomic Energy Agency, Disarmament (Inspection), Nuclear power plants (Security measures)
Nuclear Smugglers
34
Smuggling, Nuclear industry (Export-import trade)
The Inheritance of Hiroshima
37
Hiroshima (Japan) (History, Bombardment, 1945)
A Postwar Myth: 500,000 U.S. Lives Saved
38
Hiroshima (Japan) (History, Bombardment, 1945), Nagasaki (Japan) (History, Bombardment, 1945)

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