Nuclear

Radiological Weapons: Revisiting the Threat

Chemical & Biological Review 2009 Is the improvised nuclear device a reality? Andy Oppenheimer investigates. Read article (PDF)

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Sept-Oct 2004 When the September/October 2004 issue was published, the Doomsday Clock remained at 7 minutes to midnight, where it had been since February 27, 2002 when the United States rejects a series of arms control treaties and announces it will withdraw from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty. Terrorists seek to […] Read More

More Questions About Iran’s Nuclear Capabilities

Military Periscope Tehran pushes the limits of obfuscation The Iranian elections, stirring up protests and a crackdown, have been dominating the recent news about that nation on the international scene, shifting attention from Tehran’s nuclear program.Yet, the evidence continues to grow that Tehran’s nuclear activities are proceeding apace, with possible military applications. Iranian President Mahmoud […] Read More