Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 66 Issue 2

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March
2010
Volume: 66
ISSN: 0096-3402
Page count: 75
Issue external URL: Link

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1 March 2010
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Insiders say that a major international collaboration to reduce proliferation threats is one of the most successful G-8 initiatives ever, yet its achievements have been ignored publicly and its future is uncertain.
1 March 2010
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While the international community seems ready to move forward on the CTBT, FMCT, and achieving nuclear zero, New Delhi's participation likely will be limited until its leaders believe that they possess a nuclear arsenal capable of
1 March 2010
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The author, an accomplished former counterterrorism official at the CIA and Energy Department, outlines the nuclear terrorism scenarios that keep him up at night–and suggests how best to prevent them.
1 March 2010
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The movement to abolish nuclear weapons threatens to consume political capital better spent addressing more immediate threats to international security: conventional weapons such as combat aircraft, naval vessels, and small arms.
1 March 2010
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It is the story that won't go away–the possibility that in the 1960s Israel stole bomb-grade uranium from a U.S. nuclear fuel-processing plant. Now two former NRC officials explain what they think happened.
1 March 2010
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If Washington ratifies the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, the three holdout states in the Middle East–Israel, Egypt, and Iran–may follow suit more readily than many believe.