Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 60 Issue 3

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May
2004
Volume: 60
ISSN: 0096-3402
Page count: 72
Issue external URL: Link

Reports

Opinion

1 May 2004
Opinion
Launch-on-warning policies in the United States and Russia are vestiges of the Cold War. They need to be replaced–the sooner the better.

Feature

1 May 2004
Feature
Energy's new, incautious attitude toward cleanup at Hanford isn't going over well with Washington State and its citizens.
1 May 2004
Feature
The Energy Department is very proud of its faster, cheaper cleanup at the Hanford Site. But cutting corners is making tank-farm workers sick.
1 May 2004
Feature
Iran has taken care to build its nuclear program around indigenous capabilities, including new universities where a new generation of science students is training.
1 May 2004
Feature
Is it possible to stem the spread of nuclear weapons technology? Now is the time to find out.
1 May 2004
Feature
A separate agreement for Israel, India, and Pakistan would bolster nonproliferation efforts from outside the NPT, but would require Israel to acknowledge its nuclear status.
1 May 2004
Feature
It would take some doing, including the imposition of an effective enforcement mechanism, but a nuclear-free zone could be the best answer to proliferation in the Middle East.
1 May 2004
Feature
Pakistan lied, stole, and conned its way to becoming a nuclear weapons power. Now it's doing the same as a nuclear broker. Will the United States do anything about it?

The Center Spread

Review

1 May 2004
Review
Modern Jihad: Tracing the Dollars Behind the Terror Networks By Loretta Napoleoni, Pluto Press, 2003, 295 pages; $24.95 Funding Evil: How Terrorism Is Financed–and How to Stop It By Rachel Ehrenfeld, Bonus Books, 2003, 267 pages; $24.95
1 May 2004
Review
North Korea: Another Country By Bruce Cumings, New Press, 2004, 241 pages; $24.95
1 May 2004
Review
The Siberian Curse: How Communist Planners Left Russia Out in the Cold By Fiona Hill and Clifford Gaddy, Brookings Institution, 2003, 213 pages; $18.95

Nuclear notebook

And Another Thing…

1 May 2004
And Another Thing…