Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 58 Issue 6

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November
2002
Volume: 58
ISSN: 0096-3402
Page count: 108
Issue external URL: Link

Review

1 November 2002
Review
Another Such Victory: President Truman and the Cold War, 1945-1953 Stanford University, 2002 626 pages; $37.95

Nuclear notebook

Index

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Index

Reports

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Reports

Opinion

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Opinion
U.S. plans to partner with the former Soviet republic are already making some people sick.
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Opinion
When it comes to reducing the threat posed by nuclear weapons, less is not more. Less is less. Less verification, less cooperative inspection, less warhead and launcher destruction, and less accountability mean less security.

Feature

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Feature
Of the planet's more than 6 billion people, some 240 million are on the move, fleeing war, persecution, poverty, environmental degradation, or just seeking a better life.
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Feature
A worldwide survey of refugees shows that when crises emerge, the international community takes too little action, too late. Things have only gotten worse since last September.
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Feature
Until recently the internally displaced were the exclusive responsibility of their own governments. They could be deported, starved to death, or exterminated while the international community stood by.
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Feature
The bulk of the world's refugees remain in the developing world. And the industrialized states, more worried after September 11, are taking new steps to keep them away.
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Feature
When women are persecuted, it's often described as a cultural norm rather than a reason to grant asylum.
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Feature
The civil war ended six years ago. Although Guatemala's uprooted are trying to rebuild their lives, extreme poverty, violence, distrust, and fear remain.
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Feature
From the beginning in 1974, Greek Cypriots who fled the Turkish invasion of the north have had the full aid and support of the government of Cyprus.
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Feature
Relief efforts in Palestinian refugee camps are not for the faint of heart.
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Feature
The flood of refugees from Rwanda included both innocent victims and ruthless killers. Although U.N. supported and supplied, from the beginning the camps in Zaire were ruled by thugs.
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Feature
New forms of international cooperation will be needed to address the myriad problems that arise when vast numbers of humans migrate.

The Center Spread

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The Center Spread