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

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Anti-nuclear movement (Europe), Disarmament
On the morning of November 5
4
Disarmament, Elections
Scandinavian initiatives
5
Independent Commission on Disarmament and Security Issues
Can nuclear weapons be abolished?
6
Disarmament
European armaments in the 1980s
8
North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Disarmament, Guided missiles, European, Soviet Union (Foreign relations, Western Europe)
CTB: an effective SALT substitute
30
Nuclear weapons (Testing, Suspension)
Laser fusion
34
Lasers (Military use), Nuclear fusion
Emergency planning for reactor accidents
40
Nuclear power plants (Safety measures), Radiation (Physiological effects)
Soviet perceptions of the United States (Book Review)
46
Russia and the United States (Book Review)
46

North-South dialogue: who writes the script?
12
Africa (Politics and government), Developing countries
Energy: no quick fix for a permanent crisis
15
Nuclear energy (Social aspects), Energy policy, Power resources, Technology (Social aspects)
Support for young investigators
20
Colleges and universities (Research), Research workers
Paradise lost
24
Nuclear weapons (Testing), Radiation (Physiological effects), Radioactive pollution (Marshall Islands)
Keeping tabs on R&D.
55
Government laboratories, Research
Preparing the new pioneers
56
Space colonies
Is nuclear energy necessary?
58
Nuclear fission

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