Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 59 Issue 3

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

Reports

Opinion

1 May 2003
Opinion
The United Nations needs its own rapid deployment force, dedicated to serving not one, but all, nations.

Feature

1 May 2003
Feature
Not according to U.N. monitors–or to U.S. intelligence, which has watched the situation even more carefully.
1 May 2003
Feature
Civil defense? It's the same old story. Citizens will have to pay for their own protection against possible attack.
1 May 2003
Feature
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is still unwilling to respond to serious security problems.
1 May 2003
Feature
In 1966, a group of scientists studied the possible use of nuclear weapons in Vietnam. Here's why their report advised against it.
1 May 2003
Feature
The idea, in May 1943, that atomic bombs could produce a U.S.-dictated world peace was a fantasy then–as it is now.

The Center Spread

1 May 2003
The Center Spread

Review

1 May 2003
Review
One Nation Underground: The Fallout Shelter in American Culture By Kenneth D. Rose, New York University Press, 2001, 313 pages; $28.95 Survival City: Adventures Among the Ruins of Atomic America By Tom Vanderbilt, Princeton Architectural Press, 2002, 228 pages; $25.00
1 May 2003
Review
A Time to Die: The Untold Story of the Kursk Tragedy by Robert Moore, Crown Publishers, 2003, 271 pages; $25.00

Nuclear notebook

And Another Thing…

1 May 2003
And Another Thing…