Month: August 2015
Millennials will inherit Cold War arsenals, but they don’t have to be stuck with old ways of thinking about what to do with nuclear weapons.
American senators pushing to kill the historic nuclear agreement with Tehran are risking trans-Atlantic relations.
The Central Asian country’s ambassador to the United States explains the value of a low-enriched uranium repository and how it can lessen dangers.
Because of Fukushima, some Japanese scientists who had been proponents of nuclear energy now oppose it.
NEWS RELEASE Media contact: Janice Sinclaire [email protected] Register now for the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists’ teleconference event on September 17, 2015, with arms control expert Henry Sokolski of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center. This open-to-the-public teleconference will take place at 2 p.m. EDT. The intense debate over the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) recently negotiated between … Continued
Recent calls for building new nuclear weapons may rest on a mistake. The threat of limited war may be a better reason not to build them.
Editor's note: To mark the presidential visit to Hiroshima, we are reprinting this August 2015 Bulletin column. The recent, 70-year anniversaries of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki offer a sobering opportunity to truly re-examine the real impact of the use of nuclear weapons—and not just take a sanitized view. Because the age of … Continued
The US Energy Secretary takes a little time this week to provide Bulletin readers with a quick update on the administration's efforts to convince Congress and the American people to support the Iran nuclear agreement