Nuclear Notebook

Since 1987, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists has published the Nuclear Notebook, an authoritative accounting of world nuclear arsenals compiled by top experts from the Federation of American Scientists. Today, it is prepared by Hans M. Kristensen and Robert S. Norris of FAS. The Nuclear Notebook is housed at [Taylor & Francis Online], home of our digital journal. Because of its importance to researchers, governments, and citizens around the world, the Nuclear Notebook is always free-to-access. Click on the individual links below to read the corresponding link at tandfonline.

Nuclear Notebook Articles and Updates


Insurance could become unaffordable, due to climate change

Editor’s note: This story was originally published by The Guardian. It appears ...
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capitol building congress nuclear radiation weapons nonproliferation

A congressional effort to coordinate US nuclear nonproliferation efforts. From a Republican.

The Trump administration’s 2018 Nuclear Posture review was so short on nonproliferation ...
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Welcoming new Governing Board members

Welcoming new Governing Board members The Governing Board of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is ...
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A #nukefest manifesto. Or critique, at least.

In the world of nuclear policy wonking self-examination, Tuesday belonged to Matt ...
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White Cliffs of Dover

End of a carbon dioxide sink?

Editor’s note: This story was originally published by Atlas Obscura. It appears ...
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UChicago Student Series: The ‘New Abnormal’ and Today’s Nuclear Landscape

On Friday, March 8, University of Chicago students studying policy, social science, ...
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gavel and climate change sign

Regulate us, please: Shell to Trump.

Editor’s note: This story was originally published by Grist.It appears here as ...
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melting globe

Youth school strikes across the world are just the beginning.

Editor’s note: This story was originally published by Mother Jones. It appears here ...
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