March 04, 2020
Is COVID-19 China’s ‘Chernobyl Moment’?
By Liubomir K. Topaloff
There are plenty of differences between Gorbachev’s Soviet Union and Xi’s China. But there are enough similarities that Xi should be worried.
April 14, 2016
Japan-Ukraine Relations: Untapped Potential
By Olena Mykal
With shared interests and experiences, Japan-Ukraine relations should be booming. Why aren't they?
March 11, 2016
Japan’s Nuclear Disaster, Five Years On
By Tadateru Konoé
Are we prepared for the unthinkable?
March 14, 2012
How Iran Risks Another Chernobyl
While attention has focused on Tehran’s alleged nuclear weapons ambitions, Russia’s lax safety standards risk creating another kind of nuclear disaster in Iran.
April 12, 2011
How Bad Is Fukushima Crisis?
Japan’s govt has raised the level of the nuclear crisis at its Fukushima nuclear plant to a level 7. Is it really that bad?
March 30, 2011
Learning from Fukushima
Nuclear researcher Peter Hosemann says the radiation threat to Tokyo from the Fukushima plant is small.
March 29, 2011
Why Fukushima Isn’t Like Chernobyl
Despite media hype about the radiation dangers, the Fukushima nuclear crisis won’t end like Chernobyl, Alexander Sich tells The Diplomat.
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