Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 60 Issue 2

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March
2004
Volume: 60
ISSN: 0096-3402
Page count: 85
Issue external URL: Link

Reports

Opinion

1 March 2004
Opinion
It is astonishing to see how quickly the Bush administration has squandered British goodwill after 9/11.
1 March 2004
Opinion
When the United States abandons arms control, the whole world loses opportunities for greater security and economic growth.
1 March 2004
Opinion
It's easy to discover the limits of power. Just try threatening those who have nothing to lose.
1 March 2004
Opinion
If you think the policy of preemption is a recipe for disaster, take a look at how the National Security Strategy plans to fix the world economy.
1 March 2004
Opinion
Turkey wants an American president who appreciates its strategic importance and recognizes its sovereign rights.
1 March 2004
Opinion
The Bush administration has terminated the consensus among democracies that had been uncontested since World War II.

Feature

1 March 2004
Feature
Who was J. Robert Oppenheimer, the scientific head of the World War II bomb project? His reputation remains nearly mythic; the man himself, a mystery.
1 March 2004
Feature
Insistent on gaining support for an unpopular war, Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair put his reputation on the line.
1 March 2004
Feature
U.S. war planners knew lewisite was not suited for battlefield use, yet vast quantities of the agent were produced, saddling the government with a large, ongoing cleanup.
1 March 2004
Feature
After Iran's first story of how it acquired uranium enrichment technology was rejected, evidence of a more complex procurement network began to emerge.
1 March 2004
Feature

Who's kidding who? If you think a missile defense deployment will make the world safer, take a look at how the United States reacted to the Soviet missile defense of Moscow.

The Center Spread

1 March 2004
The Center Spread

Review

1 March 2004
Review
Corporate Warriors: The Rise of the Privatized Military Industry By P. W. Singer, Cornell University Press, 2003, 330 pages; $39.95
1 March 2004
Review
Terror in the Name of God: Why Religious Militants Kill By Jessica Stern, Ecco/HarperCollins, 2003, 368 pages; $27.95
1 March 2004
Review
Deaths in Wars and Conflicts Between 1945 and 2000 By Milton Leitenberg, Cornell University Peace Studies, Occasional Paper #29, 2003
1 March 2004
Review
In Search of Human Nature By Mary E. Clark, Routledge, 2002 496 pages; $31.95

And Another Thing…

1 March 2004
And Another Thing…