Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 59 Issue 2

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March
2003
Volume: 59
ISSN: 0096-3402
Page count: 77
Issue external URL: Link

Reports

1 March 2003
Reports
Tritium on Ice: The Dangerous New Alliance of Nuclear Weapons and Nuclear Power By Kenneth D. Bergeron MIT Press, 2002 232 pages; $24.95
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Reports
American Empire: The Realities and Consequences of U.S. Diplomacy By Andrew J. Bacevich Harvard University, 2002 320 pages; $29.95

Opinion

1 March 2003
Opinion
With weapon delivery measured in minutes, an India-Pakistan agreement on missile controls is essential.
1 March 2003
Opinion
A U.S.-Russian uranium agreement, useful in itself, might also unstick the fissban talks.

Feature

1 March 2003
Feature
The administrations near-gag order assured a less-than-satisfactory outcome to the congressional investigation of 9/11.
1 March 2003
Feature
Americans like to think the war in Afghanistan is over, but that would be a serious mistake.
1 March 2003
Feature
Some of Pakistans nuclear scientists believe that the bomb should be shared with all of the Muslim community, even–or especially–with Al Qaeda.
1 March 2003
Feature
The Nth Country experiment showed that three post-docs with no nuclear knowledge could design a working atom bomb.
1 March 2003
Feature
How the Defense Department practices the fine art of making friends and influencing people.

The Center Spread

1 March 2003
The Center Spread

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