Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 64 Issue 1

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March
2008
Volume: 64
ISSN: 0096-3402
Page count: 60
Issue external URL: Link

Interview

1 March 2008
Interview
Doctor Atomic's creator argues that art and science do the same thing: permit us to think in new ways.

Feature

1 March 2008
Feature
The next biothreat could come from chemicals derived from the human body that can incapacitate and kill–and which skirt existing arms controls.
1 March 2008
Feature
The disaster in Iraq is a harbinger for a changing global order, one that increasingly defines national security in terms of global cooperation.
1 March 2008
Feature
How shifting research goals and improving collaboration with industry will help U.S. national labs spur new nuclear energy development.
1 March 2008
Feature
The U.S. foreign policy establishment is beginning to consider progress toward “the d-word”–above and beyond deterrence–a global security imperative.
1 March 2008
Feature
To remake U.S. nuclear weapons policy, the next president will need to overcome entrenched interests. How arduous a task will this be? Ask Bill Clinton.

Review

Nuclear notebook

Turn back the clock

1 March 2008
Turn back the clock

It Is 5 Minutes To Midnight

1 March 2008
It Is 5 Minutes To Midnight