Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 59 Issue 6

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November
2003
Volume: 59
ISSN: 0096-3402
Page count: 84
Issue external URL: Link

Reports

1 November 2003
Reports
Face to Face with the Bomb: Nuclear Reality after the Cold War By Paul Shambroom Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003 144 pages; $34.95
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Reports
The Traveler's Guide to Nuclear Weapons: A Journey Through America's Cold War Battlefields By James M. Maroncelli and Timothy L. Karpin Historical Odysseys Publishers, 2002 499 pages, 182 photo pages, and 199 maps and diagrams, in PDF format on CD-ROM; $29.95

Opinion

1 November 2003
Opinion
Opinion on the war in Iraq turned against the president in September.

Feature

1 November 2003
Feature
China, Japan, South Korea, and Russia are all doing their part. Now the United States needs to get down to business.
1 November 2003
Feature
How agencies thwart the Freedom of Information Act
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Feature
Did the 50-year-old Atoms for Peace program accelerate nuclweapons proliferation? The juhas been in for some time on this question, and the answer is yes.
1 November 2003
Feature
No one within the administration or the nuclear weapons establishment is publicly advocating placing low-yield weapons in space–yet. Here's how it might happen.
1 November 2003
Feature
Even if small nuclear warheads are employed in U.S. defenses, there will be no immaculate interceptions.
1 November 2003
Feature
Undeterred by their encounters with reality, the strategists who pushed for war in Iraq believed then, and still believe, that their moment has come.

The Center Spread

1 November 2003
The Center Spread

Nuclear notebook

Index

1 November 2003
Index