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Dan Drollette Jr

Associate Editor

Articles by Dan Drollette Jr

11 April 2014
AsiaEurope/Russia

The hubris of Fukushima and Chernobyl

Dan Drollette Jr

A new report suggests the Fukushima disaster is unlikely to pose Chernobyl-scale health risks. But both accidents had major environmental and social effects, and they share an underlying cause: a belief in nuclear infallibility.

2 April 2014

The Bulletin's authoritative climate change coverage—from 1978

Dan Drollette Jr

One of the earliest uses of "climate change" in a general interest publication

19 March 2014
Europe/Russia

History seldom repeats itself but sometimes rhymes—with Crimea

Dan Drollette Jr

Eerie premonitions of the Crimean crisis in the Bulletin's past coverage of Ukraine.

18 February 2014

Nuclear terrorism: An old worry made new

Dan Drollette Jr

Decades before Sochi, the Bulletin had concern that terrorists might obtain nuclear material. 

5 February 2014
Middle East

Chemical weapons: Dangerous, but ineffective in combat

Dan Drollette Jr

Libya and Syria built huge chemical weapons caches—even though, as history shows, chemical weapons have been largely useless on the battlefield