Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 61 Issue 1

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January
2005
Volume: 61
ISSN: 0096-3402
Page count: 77
Issue external URL: Link

Reports

Opinion

1 January 2005
Opinion
How much harm has been done by an administration that refuses to abandon wishful thinking about the conflict in Iraq?
1 January 2005
Opinion
A stunning loss on November 2 means congressional Democrats must play defense on arms control–they had hoped to run the show.

Feature

1 January 2005
Feature
The United States said it would restrict its activities at Manta to anti-drug efforts–so why is it messing with migrants and more?
1 January 2005
Feature
Eugene Rabinowitch was a true Renaissance man–a member of the Manhattan Project, an outstanding thinker, scientist, and writer. And 60 years ago he founded the Bulletin.
1 January 2005
Feature
As more and more countries adopt the IAEA's Additional Protocol, all kinds of nuclear secrets will come spilling out. Currently under the microscope: South Korea.
1 January 2005
Feature
Energy's version of a cleanup at Rocky Flats hasn't measured up to local demands. But it's the neighbors who have to live with the consequences.
1 January 2005
Feature
Keeping nuclear facilities secure takes more than a few fences and guards. A new mind-set and culture are also needed.

The Center Spread

1 January 2005
The Center Spread
As 1945 dawned, the scientists at the Metallurgical Laboratory in Chicago discovered their portion of the Manhattan Project coming to an end. While those at Los Alamos worked nonstop, the Chicago scientists' duties dwindled. Spare time became plentiful, but relaxation scarce.

Review

1 January 2005
Review
Hoodwinked: The Documents That Reveal How Bush Sold Us a War By John Prados, New Press, 2004, 384 pages; $17.95
1 January 2005
Review
Atomic Culture: How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb Scott C. Zeman and Michael A. Amundson, editors, University Press of Colorado, 2004, 200 pages; $22.95
1 January 2005
Review
Osama's Revenge: The Next 9/11–What the Media and the Government Haven't Told You By Paul L. Williams, Prometheus Books, 2004, 261 pages; $25
1 January 2005
Review
Transparency in Nuclear Warheads and Materials: The Political and Technical Dimensions Edited by Nicholas Zarimpas, Oxford University Press, 2003, 296 pages; $70

Nuclear notebook

And Another Thing…

1 January 2005
And Another Thing…