Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 60 Issue 1

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January
2004
Volume: 60
ISSN: 0096-3402
Page count: 76
Issue external URL: Link

Reports

Opinion

1 January 2004
Opinion
If the next administration wants to be seen as serious about nonproliferation, it'll have to undo a lot of Bush administration practices.
1 January 2004
Opinion
Beating a fast path to Baghdad, the Bush administration may have paved its road to ruin.
1 January 2004
Opinion
You don't promote democracy in the Middle East by cozying up to oppressive regimes.
1 January 2004
Opinion
Careful study of the consequences of spill fires can settle terminal-siting questions.

Feature

1 January 2004
Feature
By ignoring the fire damage that would result from a nuclear attack and taking into account blast damage alone, U.S. war planners were able to demand a far larger nuclear arsenal than necessary.
1 January 2004
Feature
President Bush surrounded himself with what should have been a crack team of national security experts. So what went wrong? Did their system just not work, or did they have the wrong agenda?
1 January 2004
Feature
When the American public pays little attention to political affairs, it pays the price. The question today is the same as it has been earlier in U.S. history–how great a price?
1 January 2004
Feature
According to John Ashcroft's Justice Department, even U.S. citizens are not entitled to their constitutional right to legal representation.

The Center Spread

1 January 2004
The Center Spread
No more killer cockroaches from outer space?

Review

1 January 2004
Review
Toward Nuclear Abolition: A History of the World Disarmament Movement, 1971 to the Present By Lawrence S. Wittner, Stanford University Press, 2003, 657 pages; $32.95

Nuclear notebook

And Another Thing…

1 January 2004
And Another Thing…