Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 61 Issue 3

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May
2005
Volume: 61
ISSN: 0096-3402
Page count: 68
Issue external URL: Link

Reports

Opinion

1 May 2005
Opinion
The first U.S. national intelligence director must set aside spin and learn to navigate a perilous path.
1 May 2005
Opinion
If a half-trillion dollar military budget lands on Capitol Hill and no one seems to hear, does it make a sound? You bet.
1 May 2005
Opinion
As more countries acquire the scientific knowledge to build nuclear weapons, the U.S. response should not be heightened secrecy but a renewed commitment to strengthening political safeguards.

Feature

1 May 2005
Feature
Why is the Defense Department pumping billions of dollars into a stealth satellite program that may not even enhance U.S. intelligence-gathering capabilities?
1 May 2005
Feature
The United States is considering relaxing export controls so it can share missile defense technology with its friends–a move that could help its enemies.
1 May 2005
Feature
Recent reports warn that China is aggressively building up its nuclear forces. Don't believe the hype.

The Center Spread

1 May 2005
The Center Spread

Review

Nuclear notebook

Turn back the clock

1 May 2005
Turn back the clock