After Leak, Safety Panel Urges Fukushima Nuclear Plant Operator to Communicate Better
By Mari Yamaguchi
Fukushima Nuclear Plant to Start Releasing Treated Radioactive Wastewater Into Pacific Ocean
By Mari Yamaguchi
Japan Faces Growing Pressure to Rethink Releasing Fukushima’s Wastewater into Ocean
By Thisanka Siripala
Fires Demonstrate Danger of Nuclear Power in Asia
Indonesia’s inability to crack down on vested interests bodes poorly for a future nuclear power industry.
China's Nuclear Energy Play
A government official claims China will have 41 nuclear power units operating by 2015, with an additional 20 plants being built.
Preventing Nuclear Disaster
The IAEA has confirmed almost two dozen incidents of theft or loss of fissile materials. Last week’s nuclear, though, ended with no agreement on enforcement to stop terrorists acquiring them.
China’s Nuclear Crossroads
Last year’s nuclear crisis in Fukushima rocked confidence in nuclear power. Will a lack of transparency and safety controls further undercut nuclear prospects in China?
China Holds Key to Climate Change
Progress over climate change depends largely on the actions individual major carbon emitters, particularly China – not U.N. summits. But is the political courage there to exact change?
India, Japan Eye Nuclear Road Bump
Ties between India and Japan have warmed further since Japan’s Yoshihiko Noda took office. But civilian nuclear co-operation is proving a sticking point.
Japan’s Future in the Balance
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda has a chance to rescue Japan’s economy with a key free trade agreement. Failure to seize it could result in terminal decline.
Japan Courts South America
With growing concerns over its energy security, Japan is increasingly looking at MERCOSUR as an alternative to nuclear power and the Middle East.
Fukushima and Cultural Superiority
As the nuclear crisis is dissected by commentators, some have turned to cultural stereotypes to explain the problems. It’s a dangerous approach.