Nuclear Energy Has Become One of the Priorities in China-France Cooperation
By Dingding Chen and Yingfan Chen
President Macron’s visit to China sought to balance between power competition and cooperation to solve global challenges. Nuclear energy is one such opportunity for cooperation.
Why Argentina’s Nuclear Power Project With China Has Stalled
By Isabel Bernhard
Argentina and China’s shaky nuclear collaboration underscores that the creation of truly viable new energy sources is a long-term endeavor.
Powering China’s Nuclear Ambitions
By Genevieve Donnellon-May
Xi’s trip to Kazakhstan – the world's largest uranium exporter – is another step forward in Beijing’s plans to scale up its nuclear energy sector.
China Says Nuclear Fuel Rods Damaged, No Radiation Leak
By Joe McDonald
"There is no problem of radioactive leakage to the environment," China’s Ministry of Ecology and Environment said in a statement.
China’s Nuclear Diplomacy in the Middle East
By Samuel Hickey
China will have to balance its nuclear 'going out' with nonproliferation concerns.
Why the Civil Nuclear Trap Is Part and Parcel of the Belt and Road Strategy
By Sam Reynolds
Civil nuclear energy presents grave pitfalls in terms of cost, innovation and security that BRI countries cannot and should not afford.