Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 57 Issue 3

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May
2001
Volume: 57
ISSN: 0096-3402
Page count: 80
Issue external URL: Link

Reports

Editor's Note

1 May 2001
Editor's Note

Opinion

Feature

1 May 2001
Feature
The last unit at Chernobyl was shut down in December 2000. But Russia has opened three more reactors just like it.
1 May 2001
Feature
If all the “excess” plutonium from dismantled weapons were measured in units of 8 kilograms—the amount the International Atomic Energy Agency considers sufficient to make a Nagasaki-type bomb—then there is enough excess weapons plutonium to build about 9,000 bombs, and enough plutonium separated fr

Review

1 May 2001
Review
Nuclear Rivals: Anglo-American Atomic Relations, 1941-52 By Septimus H. Paul Ohio State University Press, 2000 266 pages; $42.50
1 May 2001
Review
On the Edge of Earth: The Future of American Space Power By Steven Lambakis University Press of Kentucky, 2001 450 pages; $39.95
1 May 2001
Review
Hang Separately: Cooperative Security between the United States and Russia, 1985-1994 By Leon V. Sigal Century Foundation, 2000 397 pages; $24.95
1 May 2001
Review
Gassed: British Chemical Warfare Experiments on Humans at Portón Down By Rob Evans House of Stratus, 2000 364 pages; $33.00
1 May 2001
Review
Solving the North Korean Nuclear Puzzle Edited by David Albright & Kevin O'Neill Institute for Science and International Security, 2000 333 pages; $29.95

Nuclear notebook

The Last Word

1 May 2001
The Last Word