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

The Canadian Prime Minister Speaks
2
Cruise missiles (Testing), United States (Foreign relations, Canada), Canada (Foreign relations, United States)
An American Responds
3
Nuclear Weapons at Sea
6
Guided missiles (Launching from ships)
Curtain Rises on the European Nuclear Theater
8
North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Disarmament
An Overview of Central America
11
United States (Foreign relations, Central America), Central America (Politics and government, Foreign relations, United States)
The truth about the neutron bomb (Book Review)
36
The nuclear future (Book Review)
38
Thinking about Thinking about the Unthinkable
39
Nuclear weapons (Study and teaching), College teachers (Political activities), Anti-nuclear movement
Two Missiles in Every Garage
43
Launch vehicles, Space research (International aspects), Guided missiles (Propulsion systems)
Are Nuclear Weapons Legal?
49
Nuclear warfare (Prevention), War (International law), Nuclear weapons

Why the United States is in Central America
14
Military assistance, American (Central America)
The Economics of U.S. Foreign Aid
21
United States Agency for International Development, Economic assistance, American
The Gaps of Wrath
28
Nuclear weapons (Soviet Union)
Living with nuclear weapons (Book Review)
34
The nuclear delusion (Book Review)
35
Beyond the cold war (Book Review)
35
Negotiating from the Bottom Up
54
Disarmament
Neutral Nations Peace Initiative
58
Disarmament, Neutrality
The Puritan Vision of Arms Control
60
Disarmament
The Gottingen Eighteen
62
Scientists (Germany), Pugwash movement
On The Ultimate Resource
64
Natural resources, Petroleum (Supply and demand)
Myths of Edward Teller
64
Edward Teller; 1908-2003, Nuclear warfare, Nuclear weapons

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