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

1905: Nobel lecture
1
Peace movement (History)
Special session in retrospect
4
United Nations General Assembly (Special Session on Disarmament: 1978)
Breaking the silence barrier
5
Civil rights (Soviet Union)
European convention on human rights
7
Civil rights
Human rights and world order politics
8
Civil rights
Story of Nukey Poo
32
Nuclear power plants (Antarctic regions), Radioactive waste disposal
Citizen court in the recombinant DNA debate
37
Genetic research (Laws and regulations), Science and state, Cambridge (Mass.)
Just and unjust wars: a moral argument with historical illustrations (Book Review)
44
Soviet science (Book Review)
48
Energy islands
52
Nuclear energy (International aspects), Plutonium

Scientists protest trials in USSR.
9
Scientists (Civil rights), Scientists, Russian
Asia's new economic environment
11
Asia (Economic conditions)
Human rights and the polity of science
19
Civil rights, Science (Social aspects)
Charged-particle beam weapons?
24
Weapons
Around the world in 60 days
27
Foreign visitors (Taiwan, Korea (South))
Seabrook, the Clams and the Commission
53
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Anti-nuclear movement, Nuclear power plants (Location)
Instruments for development
55
United Nations Conference on Science and Technology for Development
Atomic colonialism
58
Nuclear energy (Developing countries)
Science policy in the PRC.
60
Science and state (China)
Accelerating friendship
62
National Accelerator Laboratory, Exchanges, Literary and scientific

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