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

The Soviet Bomb
2
KGB, Atomic bombs (History), Nuclear weapons (Soviet Union), Espionage, Soviet (United States)
South Africa Comes Clean
3
Nuclear weapons (South Africa)
The Base-closure Waltz
5
Military bases (Closing)
The Clinton Military Budget
7
United States Dept. of Defense (Appropriations and expenditures)
North Korea Drops Out
9
International Atomic Energy Agency, Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, Nuclear weapons (Korea (North))
The Khariton Version
20
Atomic bombs (History), Nuclear weapons (Soviet Union)
A Lively Interest in Science History?
28
Igor Evgenievich Tamm (Russian physicist.); 1895-1971, Science (Collectibles), Moscow (Russia) (Crime)
Russian Scientists Save American Secrets
32
KGB, Atomic bombs (History), Espionage, Soviet (United States), Nuclear weapons (Soviet Union), Archives (Soviet Union)
Dividing the Glory of the Fathers
37
KGB, Atomic bombs (History), Espionage, Soviet (United States), Nuclear weapons (Soviet Union)
Beware the Data Diddlers
40
Radioactive pollution (Physiological effects), Radiation (Databases), Chernobyl nuclear disaster, 1986

The Desert Glows--with Propaganda
11
Radioactive pollution (Physiological effects, Iraq), Persian Gulf War, 1991 (Propaganda, Weapons, American participation), Depleted uranium weapons
Obituary
13
Bernard T. Feld; 1919-1993
"Cold Warriors Take Over," a March 1980 Editorial
14
Cold war, Strategic Arms Limitation Talks
Violating the Rules of Research
43
International Atomic Energy Agency, Radiation Effects Research Foundation, Atomic bombs (Physiological effects), Chernobyl nuclear disaster, 1986, Medicine (Databases)
Dismantling the cold war economy (Book Review)
45

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