Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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Contents

The Administration's Disarray
2
Strategic Arms Limitation Talks
Draw the Line at Star Wars
3
Strategic Defense Initiative, Disarmament
Arms Control in the New Congress
4
United States Congress (100th, 1st session: 1987), Disarmament
General Nutting and the Invaders
6
Wallace H. Nutting, United States Readiness Command, United States (Defenses)
A Soviet Official on Verification
8
Disarmament (Inspection), Nuclear weapons (Testing, Detection)
Skirting Human Error: the Navy's Missile Launch System
38
Guided missiles (Launching from submarines)
Updating the Biological Weapons Ban
40
Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction (1972). Protocol to the Biological Weapons Convention (Proposed)
New Designs for Biological Weapons
43
Chemical and biological weapons
Fighting Biological Weapons Research in the Courts
45
Chemical and biological weapons (Testing)
Churchill's Secret Biological Weapons
46
Sir Winston Churchill; 1874-1965, World War, 1939-1945 (Great Britain, Chemical and biological weapons), Chemical and biological weapons (Great Britain)

Getting Over the Summit
12
Reagan-Gorbachev summit conference, 1986, Disarmament
Exploiting the Soviet "threat" to Europe
14
North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Strategic Defense Initiative, Nuclear warfare, Soviet Union (Foreign relations, Western Europe), Western Europe (Foreign relations, Soviet Union)
Reagan, Star Wars, and American Culture
19
Ronald Reagan (American president.); 1911-2004, Strategic Defense Initiative (Social aspects)
The Task for a New Peace Movement
26
Anti-nuclear movement
Human Instability and Nuclear Weapons
34
Nuclear weapons (Security measures, Manufacture), Nuclear industry employees (Psychology)

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