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

On the Scale
2
Bulletin of the atomic scientists, Nuclear warfare (Prevention), Doomsday Clock
Circles of Destruction
4
Anti-nuclear movement, Physicists (Political activities)
Rotblat Nobel Gives Hope to Free-Vanunu Campaign
5
Joseph Rotblat (British physicist and pacifist.); 1908-2005, Mordechai Vanunu (Israeli nuclear technician and dissenter.), Pugwash movement, Nobel prizes (Peace), Nuclear weapons (Israel), Political prisoners (Israel)
Reluctant Peacekeeper
9
South Africa Army, South Africa (Armed forces, Africa)
Russia Ready for START III.
11
Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty
The Verdict: No Harm, No Foul
32
Radiation (Physiological effects), Medical research (Human experimentation)
Strike Up the Ban: the View from Washington . .
41
Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (1996)
. . and the View from Geneva
44
United Nations Conference on Disarmament, Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (1996)
Joseph Rotblat: the Road Less Traveled
46
Joseph Rotblat (British physicist and pacifist.); 1908-2005, Nobel prizes (Peace), Pugwash movement
The first nuclear era (Book Review)
55

The Representation-without-taxation Blues
14
Bill Clinton; 1946- (Relations with Congress), United Nations (United States)
Tomorrow, a Eurobomb?
16
Nuclear weapons (France, Germany), France (Foreign relations, Germany), Germany (Foreign relations, France)
A Tenth Inning for Star Wars
24
Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (1972), Guided missiles (Defenses), Strategic Defense Initiative

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