Matthew Bunn. 9/2/1999. “Enabling A Significant Future for Nuclear Power: Avoiding Catastrophes, Developing New Technologies, Democratizing Decisions- And Staying Away From Separated Plutonium.” Proceedings of Global '99: Nuclear Technology- Bridging the Millennia. Jackson Hole, WY: American Nuclear Society. enabling_a_significant_future_for_nuclear_power.pdf
Kenneth Luongo and Matthew Bunn. 12/29/1998. “A Nuclear Crisis in Russia.” Boston Globe. Publisher's Version
Matthew Bunn, Neil J. Numark, and Tatsujiro Suzuki. 11/1998. A Japanese-Russian Agreement to Establish a Nuclear Facility for MOX Fabrication and Spent Fuel Storage in the Russian Far East. Cambridge, MA: BCSIA Discussion Paper 98-25, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. a_japanese-russian_agreement_to_establish_a_nuclear_facility.pdf
Matthew Bunn, Oleg Bukharin, Jill Cetina, Kenneth Luongo, and Frank von Hippel. 9/1998. “Retooling Russia’s Nuclear Cities.” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 54, 5, Pp. 44-50. bunn_retooling_russia_s_nuclear_cities.pdf
Matthew Bunn. 4/1998. “Act Now, Mr. President.” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 54, 2. bunn_act_now_mr_president.pdf
Matthew Bunn. 4/1998. “'Pit-Stuffing': How to Rapidly Disable Thousands of Warheads and Easily Verify Their Dismantlement.” F.A.S. Public Interest Report. bunn_pit_stuffing.pdf
U.S.-Russian Independent Scientific Commission Disposition Excess Weapons on of Plutonium and Executive Secretary Matthew Bunn. 6/1/1997. U.S.-Russian Independent Scientific Commission on Disposition of Excess Weapons Plutonium: Final Report, Pp. 19. Washington, D.C. Office of Science and Technology Policy.
Matthew Bunn. 1/1997. Nonproliferation and Arms Control Assessment of Weapons-Usable Fissile Material Storage and Excess Plutonium Disposition Alternatives, Pp. 232. Washington, D.C. Department of Energy. bunn_nonproliferaton_arms_control_assessment_of_weapons-usable_fissile_material_storage_excess_plutonium_disposition_alternatives.pdf
Matthew Bunn and John P. Holdren. 1997. “Managing Military Uranium and Plutonium in the United States and the Former Soviet Union.” Annual Review of Energy and the Environment, 22, Pp. 403-486. bunn_managing_military_uranium_and_plutonium_in_the_united_states_and_the_former_soviet_union.pdf
John P. Holdren, John F. Ahearne, Richard L. Garwin, Wolfgang K. H. Panofsky, John J. Taylor, and Matthew Bunn. 12/1996. “Excess Weapons Plutonium: How to Reduce a Clear and Present Danger.” Arms Control Today, 26, 9. excess_weapons_plutonium_how_to_reduce_a_clear_and_present_danger.pdf
Committee International Security Arms on and Control, National Academy of Sciences, and Study Director Matthew Bunn. 1994. Management and Disposition of Excess Weapons Plutonium, Pp. 275. Washington, D.C. National Academy Press. bunn_management_and_disposition_of_excess_weapons_plutonium.pdf
Matthew Bunn. 1993. “The Antiballistic Missile Treaty.” In The Encyclopedia of Arms Control and Disarmament. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.
Matthew Bunn. 9/1992. “The ABM Talks: The More Things Change..” Arms Control Today.
Matthew Bunn. 1991. Space Arms Control: An Overview, Pp. 59. Los Alamos, NM: Center for National Security Studies (CNSS), Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Matthew Bunn. 8/1990. “SS-18 Modernization: The Satan and START.” Arms Control Today.
Matthew Bunn. 6/1990. Foundation for the Future: The ABM Treaty and National Security, Pp. 222. Washington, D.C. Arms Control Association. abm_searchable.pdf
Matthew Bunn. 4/1990. “The ABM Treaty: Toward the 21st Century.” Arms Control Today.
Matthew Bunn. 1990. “Arms Control’s Enduring Worth.” Foreign Policy. arms_controls_enduring_worth.pdf
Matthew Bunn. 4/1988. “Star Wars Testing and the ABM Treaty.” Arms Control Today.
Matthew Bunn. 2/15/1988. “Maneuvering Reentry Vehicles: Missions, Implications, and Prospects for Control.” In American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting.