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

New year's thoughts 1965
2
International relations
Signals & feedback in the arms dialogue
5
Hot line (Washington and Moscow)
Have faith in the twentieth century
10
Nineteen hundred and sixty-four, Presidential elections
Sino-Soviet nuclear dialogue: 1963. A. L. Hsieh
16
Nuclear weapons, China (Foreign relations, Soviet Union), Soviet Union (Foreign relations, China)
Economics of atomic power
22
Nuclear energy (Economic aspects)
Water: a common problem
32
Water supply
World information center
34
Science (Information services)
Conversing with Russians
35
SANE, Inc, Foreign visitors (Soviet Union), Pacifism
East works with West
37
Volunteer service (International aspects)
U.S.-Japan cooperative science program
39
Communication in science, Exchange of persons programs

On IAEA's future
25
International Atomic Energy Agency
State and science five centuries ago
28
Alchemy, Science and state (History)
International cooperation in science
32
International Cooperation Y, 1965, Science (International aspects)
From New York: diplomatic game at the U.N.
40
United Nations General Assembly (19th session)
Substantial reductions in strategic delivery vehicles
45
Nuclear disarmament

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