Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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Contents

Welcome to Hyperwar
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Military computer systems, Robots (Military use), Weapons, Military electronics
A Raging Moderate
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Al Gore (American vice-president.); 1948-, Disarmament, United States (Military policy)
Aspin's Terrible Swift Sword
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Les Aspin (American Secretary of defense.), Tom Andrews (American organization official.), United States Congress House Committee on Armed Services, United States Dept. of Defense (Appropriations and expenditures), B-2 bomber
Haven't They Seen a Single Science Fiction Film?
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Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (N.M.), Communication of technical information
Coping with Chernobyl
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Chernobyl nuclear disaster, 1986, Technical assistance (Ukraine)
DARPA--many Shades of Black
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United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Classified information
French Finesse Nuclear Future
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Nuclear weapons (Testing, Suspension, France)
India's Silent Bomb
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Nuclear weapons (India)
Declassified Files Reopen "Nazi Bomb" Debate
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Samuel Abraham Goudsmit (physicist.); 1902-1978, Werner Heisenberg (German physicist.); 1901-1976, Germans (History, Great Britain), Atomic bombs (History), Nuclear research (History, Germany), World War, 1939-1945 (Germany), Hiroshima (Japan) (History, Bombardment, 1945)
The death lobby (Book Review)
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A Man, a Plan, Now What?
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Boutros Boutros-Ghali (Egyptian diplomat and United Nations secretary-general.); 1922-, United Nations
High-flying Spies
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Aerial reconnaissance, Military intelligence, Espionage, American (Soviet Union)
NATO: Briefers Babble, Bosnia Burns
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North Atlantic Treaty Organization

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