Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 62 Issue 6

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November
2006
Volume: 62
ISSN: 0096-3402
Page count: 64
Issue external URL: Link

Opinion

1 November 2006
Opinion
Does Tehran seek nuclear weapons or an international agreement? It's not clear whether even the Iranians know for sure.
1 November 2006
Opinion
How to spread nuclear power without sharing nuclear know-how.

On Topic

1 November 2006
On Topic

Feature

1 November 2006
Feature
“We busted the A. Q. Khan network,” President George W. Bush declared in 2004. Yet, two years later, most of Khan's accomplices remain free. And Henk Slebos, one of Khan's key European operatives, got off with a reduced sentence. The
1 November 2006
Feature
For more than 25 years, Dutch businessman Henk Slebos played a key role in A. Q. Khan's procurement network. Last year a court convicted him–but the damage was already done.
1 November 2006
Feature
Poorly secured nuclear materials at sites across the United States present a grave risk. So why hasn't the Energy Department taken its own advice and consolidated operations?

The Big Picture

1 November 2006
The Big Picture
Australia possesses nearly a quarter of the world's known recoverable uranium. With the price of uranium at a 15-year high, it's no wonderthe national government eagerly wants to ramp up production.

Review

1 November 2006
Review
Imaginary Weapons: A Journey Through the Pentagon's Scientific Underworld, by Sharon Weinberger. Nation Books, 276 pages, 2006, $26.
1 November 2006
Review
Field Notes from a Catastrophe: Man, Nature, and Climate Change, by Elizabeth Kolbert. Bloomsbury, 192 pages, 2006, $22.95.
1 November 2006
Review

Nuclear notebook

Index

1 November 2006
Index

Turn back the clock

1 November 2006
Turn back the clock