Nuclear Power Goes Rogue

Sokolski, Henry
December 2011
Newsweek (Atlantic Edition);12/5/2011 (Atlantic Edition), Vol. 158 Issue 23, p3
The article discusses the nuclear accident in Fukushima, Japan, and its implications for the future of the nuclear power industry. It notes that the accident has led developed countries like Germany, Switzerland, and Belgium to slow or shutter their nuclear-power programs. Meanwhile, countries in the Middle East and Far East are pushing to build reactors of their own. Nuclear setbacks are also reported in China, India, the U.S., and France.


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