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

Open the Files, Please
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Nuclear weapons (Japan)
The Transfermium Wars
5
Glenn Seaborg (American chemist.); 1912-1999, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, Rutherfordium, Seaborgium, Chemical elements (Nomenclature)
Obituary
10
Jerome B. Wiesner; 1915-1994
Censorship by Death
11
Dmitri Kholodov; d. 1994, Journalists (Crimes against), Government and the press (Russia (Federation))
Getting Down to Business
12
Nuclear weapons (Deactivation, Former Soviet republics), Disarmament, Economic assistance, American (Former Soviet republics)
The Price of Nonproliferation
27
Nuclear weapons (Korea (North)), Nuclear nonproliferation, Korea (North) (Foreign relations, United States), United States (Foreign relations, Korea (North))
Why We Have to Keep the Bomb
30
Nuclear weapons, Disarmament
Western Biases
38
Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, Nuclear weapons (India, Pakistan), United States (Foreign relations, India, Pakistan), India (Foreign relations, United States), Pakistan (Foreign relations, United States)
Most Favored Nation
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David Ben-Gurion; 1886-1973, John Fitzgerald Kennedy; 1917-1963, Nuclear weapons (Israel), Technical assistance, French (History, Israel), Israel (Foreign relations, History, United States), United States (Foreign relations, History, Israel)
Atomic Vets Battle Time
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Veterans (Health and hygiene), Radiation (Physiological effects), Nuclear weapons (Testing)

Incineration Confrontation
14
United States Army, Incineration and incinerators, Chemical and biological weapons (Disposal)
Right Turn Ahead
16
United States Dept. of Defense (Appropriations and expenditures), Republican Party (U.S.), United States Congress (104th: 1995-1996), United States (Military policy)
Clinton's Choice
18
Bill Clinton (American president.); 1946-, Anthony Lake (American political scientist and presidential adviser.), United States (Foreign relations)
Jury-rigged, But Working
20
Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, Nuclear nonproliferation
The Next Fifty Years
24
International Atomic Energy Agency, Nuclear nonproliferation (Inspection)
Ending Europe's wars (Book Review)
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Factories of death (Book Review)
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U.S. Strategic Nuclear Forces, End of 1994
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Nuclear weapons
Inarticulating Nuclear Policy
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John M. Deutch (American CIA director.), United States Dept. of Defense, Nuclear weapons, United States (Military policy)

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