Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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Contents

Three Minutes to Midnight
2
Bulletin of the atomic scientists, Nuclear warfare (Prevention), Doomsday Clock
Agenda 1984
3
Nineteen hundred and eighty-four (Year), World politics, Disarmament
U.S.-Soviet Relations
3
United States (Foreign relations, Soviet Union), Soviet Union (Foreign relations, United States)
Arms Control Priorities
6
The Atlantic Alliance
8
North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Central America
10
United States (Foreign relations, Central America), Central America (Politics and government, Foreign relations, United States)
The Middle East
12
United States (Foreign relations, Middle East), Middle East (Politics and government, Foreign relations, United States)
A Peace Initiative from Canada
15
North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Disarmament (Conferences)
Water Dampens U.S.-Canadian Relations
20
Acid rain (Laws and regulations, North America), United States (Foreign relations, Canada), Canada (Foreign relations, United States)
The Media: Nuclear Secrecy Vs. Democracy
26
Nuclear warfare (Press coverage)
A History of Strategic Arms Limitations
30
Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty
The media monopoly (Book Review)
38
Strengthening conventional defense in Europe (Book Review)
39
First Strike Fiction
50
Nuclear warfare, Disarmament
In the Matter of the H-bomb
52
J. Robert Oppenheimer (American physicist.); 1904-1967, Edward Teller (American physicist.); 1908-2003, Hydrogen bombs (History)
Is There a Soviet Bomb in Wichita?
54
Richard Garwin (American physicist.), Nuclear weapons, United States (Military policy)
Arms Sale of the Century
57
Trident (Missile), Guided missiles (Export-import trade), Guided missiles, British, United States (Commerce, Great Britain), Great Britain (Commerce, United States)
On Human Rights Imperialism
58
Human rights (Soviet Union), United States (Foreign relations, Soviet Union), Soviet Union (Foreign relations, United States)
Dear Members of the Board of Regents
60
Ernest Orlando Lawrence (American physicist.); 1901-1958, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Working with Technology for Peace
61
High Technology Professionals for Peace
On Why the United States is in Central America
63
Military assistance, American (Central America)

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