Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 61 Issue 6

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November
2005
Volume: 61
ISSN: 0096-3402
Page count: 80
Issue external URL: Link

On Topic

Opinion

1 November 2005
Opinion
Never foregoing hope, the scientists who built the Bomb sought to secure the world from itself.
1 November 2005
Opinion
Without China on board, the Proliferation Security Initiative may struggle to stay afloat.
1 November 2005
Opinion
The best way to know the full extent of Iran's nuclear doings is to offer it help.

Feature

1 November 2005
Feature
When libya renounced weapons of mass destruction, U.S. officials gave the credit to good intelligence. A closer look reveals the intel wasn't what it was cracked up to be.
1 November 2005
Feature
The chances of a massive bioterrorism attack remain low. It's the small-scale attacks that warrant real concern.
1 November 2005
Feature
During the last 60 years, we missed several opportunities to contain the nuclear threat. it's not too late to learn from our mistakes.
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Feature
Women are increasingly taking a leading role in conflicts by becoming terrorists–specifically,

The Center Spread

1 November 2005
The Center Spread
The Doomsday Clock–tracking the course of global security since 1947.

Review

1 November 2005
Review
American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer, by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin. Alfred A. Knopf, 719 pages, 2005, $35. The Ruin of J. Robert Oppenheimer: And the Birth of the Modern Arms Race, by Priscilla J. McMillan. Viking, 384 pages, 2005, $25.95.
1 November 2005
Review
“Securing Our Borders: Post-9/1 1 Scapegoating of Immigrants,” by Cheryl Little and Kathie Klarreich, Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center, April 2005,
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Review
International Studies Quarterly, September 2005, Blackwell Publishing.
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Review
Central Asian Survey, June 2005, Routledge.

Index

1 November 2005
Index

Nuclear notebook

Turn back the clock

1 November 2005
Turn back the clock