Jonas Siegel

Articles by Jonas Siegel

1 May 2007
Interview
The natural world is simply wondrous, unless you're bioengineer Drew Endy. Then it's also inefficiently designed.
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.
1 September 2006
The Big Picture
In the push to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, methane matters.
1 July 2006
The Big Picture
Disposing of U.S. chemical weapons has been a slow, contentious operation.
1 May 2006
The Center Spread
With their future vision, military planners are leaving no space behind.
1 March 2006
The Center Spread
New diseases from an old problem–humankind.
1 March 2006
Review
Orbis, Foreign Policy Research Institute, Winter 2006.
1 November 2005
The Center Spread
The Doomsday Clock–tracking the course of global security since 1947.
1 September 2005
The Center Spread
A newly declassified Cold War nuclear war study shows just how frightening the “day after” could have been for Americans.
1 September 2005
Review
International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence, Summer 2005, Routledge.

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