Published articles, from newspapers, journals, and magazines. on the arms race, the H-bomb, and the Oppenheimer Case.

Abel, Elie. "The Attack on Oppenheimer Continues," The Reporter, Oct. 21, 1954.


Alsop, Joseph and Stewart. "Do We Need Scientists?" The New York Herald-Tribune, Oct. 1, 1954.


Bernstein, Barton J. ."Crossing the Rubicon." International Security. vol. 14, no. 2, fall 1989.


"The Oppenheimer Loyalty-Security Case Reconsidered," Stanford Law Review, vol. 42, July, 1990.


Bernstein, Barton J., and Peter Galison. "In Any Light: Scientists and the Decision to Build the Superbomb, 1952–1954,"


Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences, 1989.


Bethe, Hans A. "Biographical Memoirs of the Fellows of the Royal Society" 14 (1968).


"Comments on the History of the H-Bomb," Los Alamos Science, fall 1982.


Bingham, Barry. "Strauss's One-Man Rule Has Weakened AEC," editorial in The Courier-Journal (Louisville), Aug. 14, 1955.


Bix, Herbert P. "Japan’s Delayed Surrender: A Reinterpretation," Diplomatic History, vol. 19, no. 2, spring 1995.


Bundy, McGeorge. "The Missed Chance to Stop the H-Bomb," The New York Review of Books, vol. 29, no. 8, May 13, 1982.


"Early Thoughts on Controlling the Nuclear Arms Race," Mc George Bundy, ed., International Security 7, no. 2, fall 1982.


William Burr and Hector L. Montford, "The Making of the Limited Test Ban Treaty," 1958–1963, National Security Archives Website, posted August 8, 2003.


Bush, Vannevar. "If We Alienate Our Scientists," New York Times Magazine, June 13, 1954.


De Santillana, Georgio. "Galileo and J. Robert Oppenheimer," The Reporter, December 26, 1957.


Elliot, David C. "Project Vista and Nuclear Weapons in Europe," International Security, 2, no. 1, summer 1986.


Goncharov, German A. "Thermonuclear Milestones," Physics Today, November, 1996.


Goodman, Michael S. "Grandfather of the Hydrogen Bomb? Klaus Fuchs and Anglo-American Intelligence." Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences 34:1 (2004).


Green, Harold P. "The Oppenheimer Case: A Study in the Abuse of Law," Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, September, 1977.


Hippel, Frank von.  "Gorbachev's Unnofficial Arms-Control Advisers," Physics Today, September, 2013.

Holbrow, Charles H. "Scientists, Security, and Lessons from the Cold War," Physics Today, July, 2006.


Holloway, David, "Soviet Scientists Speak Out," Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, May, 1996.


"New Light on Early Soviet Bomb Secrets," Physics Today, November, 1996.


Holton, Gerald, "Young Man Oppenheimer," Partisan Review, July, 1981.


Holtzman, Franklyn D. "Politics and Guesswork: CIA and DIA Estimates of Soviet Military Spending," International Security, vol. 14, no.2, fall 1989.


Jastrow, Robert. "Why Strategic Superiority Matters," Commentary, March, 1983.


Kalven, Harry, Jr., "The Case of J. Robert Oppenheimer Before the Atomic Energy Commission," Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, September, 1954.


Kempton, Murray. "The Ambivalence of J. Robert Oppenheimer," Esquire, December, 1983.


Khariton, Yuli. "The Nuclear Weapon of the U.S.S.R.: Did It Come from America or Was it Built Independently," Izvestia, Dec. 8, 1992.


Leskov, Sergei, "Dividing the Glory of the Fathers," Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, May, 1993.


Morland, Howard. "Errata," The Progressive, December, 1979.


Murray, Thomas E. "Morality and the H-Bomb," National Catholic Weekly Review, Dec. 1, 1956.


Oppenheimer, J. Robert. "Atomic Weapons and American Policy," Foreign Affairs, July, 1953.


Pape, Robert A. "Why Japan Surrendered," International Security, fall 1993.


Rhodes, Richard, "I am Become Death: The Agony of J. Robert Oppenheimer," American Heritage, 1977.


Ritus, V.I., "If Not Me, Then Who?" Priroda, August, 1990.


Rosenberg, David Allan, "U.S. Nuclear Stockpile, 1945 to 1950," Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, May, 1982.


"American Atomic Strategy and the Hydrogen Bomb Decision," Journal of American History, vol. 66, June, 1979.


"A Smoking Radiating Ruin at the End of Two Hours: Documents on American Plans for Nuclear War with the Soviet Union, 1954–1955, International Security, winter, 1981–82.


" The Origins of Overkill: Nuclear Weapons and American Strategy, 1945–1960, International Security, spring 1983.


Samuels, Gertrude, "A Plea for ‘Candor’ About the Atom," New York Times Magazine, June 21, 1953.


Schilling, Warner. "The H-Bomb Decision: How to Decide Without Actually Choosing," Political Science Quarterly, March, 1961.


Smith-Norris, Martha. "The Eisenhower Administration and the Nuclear Test Ban Talks, 1958-1960," Diplomatic History, vol. 27, no. 4, September 2003.


Stimson, Henry L. "The Decision to Use the Bomb," Harper’s, February, 1947.


Suri, Jeremy. "The Surprise Attack Conference of 1958." Diplomatic History, vol. 21, &no. 3, summer 1997.


Teller, Edward. "The Work of Many People," Science, vol. 121, no. 3139, Feb. 25, 1955.


Ulam, S.M. "Thermonuclear Devices," Perspectives in Modern Physics: Essays in Honor of Hans A. Bethe, ed. by R.E. Marshak, John Wiley & Sons, 1966.


S. Ulam, H. W. Kuhn and Shannon, Claude E., "John von Neumann, 1903–1957," Perspectives in American History, (No. 2), 1968.


Unna, Warren, "Dissension in the AEC," The Atlantic Monthly, May, 1957.

Weiss, Leonard, "Atoms for Peace," Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, November/December, 2003.

Wellerstein, Alex.“Building an H-Bomb in plain sight,” The Atlantic, September, 2017.

Ziegler, Charles, and David Jacobson. "Intelligence Assessments of Soviet Atomic Capability, 1945–1949: Myths, Monopolies, and Maskirovka." Intelligence and National Security 12, no. 4 (1997).