Dan Drollette Jr

Associate Editor

Articles by Dan Drollette Jr

23 November 2015

Naomi Klein: Climate change makes for a hotter and meaner world

Dan Drollette Jr

Climate change is not just about things getting hotter; it’s about things getting meaner and more divided

15 July 2015

Trinity, now and then

Dan Drollette Jr

What can we learn by looking at how the first atomic bomb test was covered over time?

18 June 2015
Middle East

Of weapons programs in Iran and Israel, and the need for journalists to report on both

Dan Drollette Jr

Looking at the secret origins of the often-overlooked Israeli nuclear weapons program

18 December 2014

Looking back at US-Cuba relations

Dan Drollette Jr

Reflecting on a US-Cuba relationship of such enduring tension that Bulletin authors felt compelled  to revisit it repeatedly through the decades

15 December 2014

Interview: Paul Bracken on American nuclear forces in the 21st century

Dan Drollette Jr

The author of The Second Nuclear Age: Strategy, Danger and the New Power Politics talks about the recent exposés about the state of US nuclear forces, and rethinking the nuclear triad.

9 November 2014

When the wall fell

Dan Drollette Jr

The astonishing "ambush of history" that brought down the Berlin Wall a quarter century ago

3 November 2014

Using naval logbooks to reconstruct past weather—and predict future climate

Dan Drollette Jr

For the Old Weather Project, everyday people armed with laptops comb through old maritime logbooks posted on the Internet, gathering raw information for climate researchers

17 October 2014

Flashpoint in the South China Sea

Dan Drollette Jr

China is not only staking out turf in this easily overlooked region. It is even creating the turf, from scratch.