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Low Enriched Uranium Bank Officially Operational in Kazakhstan
October 29, 2019

Low Enriched Uranium Bank Officially Operational in Kazakhstan

By Catherine Putz
With its first delivery of LEU from France, the IAEA-owned and operated bank is officially operational.

Exit Night, Enter Light: Lighting up North Korea
November 12, 2018

Exit Night, Enter Light: Lighting up North Korea

By Kelli Kennedy
The promise of commercial nuclear energy may induce North Korea toward restraint.
Meltdown Imminent? The Decline of Japan’s Nuclear Export Industry
April 27, 2018

Meltdown Imminent? The Decline of Japan’s Nuclear Export Industry

By Tom Corben
Cost overruns and declining credibility threaten to derail Tokyo’s nuclear export ambitions.

North Korea Says Its Yongbyon Reactor Is Back in Business
August 18, 2016

North Korea Says Its Yongbyon Reactor Is Back in Business

By Ankit Panda
Pyongyang's decision to restart the reactor at Yongbyon isn't a surprise.

After Legislative Inaction, US-China Civil Nuclear Cooperation Is Set for Renewal
August 05, 2015

After Legislative Inaction, US-China Civil Nuclear Cooperation Is Set for Renewal

By Ankit Panda
The 1985 U.S.-China civil nuclear cooperation agreement will likely be renewed after passing the review of U.S. lawmakers.

Russia Races to Outflank China in Middle East Nuclear Technology Market
July 31, 2015

Russia Races to Outflank China in Middle East Nuclear Technology Market

By Micha'el Tanchum
Moscow is hurrying to secure new markets as China emerges as a competing supplier.

Kazakhstan Banks on Nuclear Power
June 03, 2015

Kazakhstan Banks on Nuclear Power

By Catherine Putz
Nuclear non-proliferation has become Astana's international calling card.
Why China Will Go All-In on Nuclear Power
October 08, 2014

Why China Will Go All-In on Nuclear Power

By Shannon Tiezzi
Beijing is rapidly seeking to expand its nuclear power industry. The Chinese public isn't so sure.

Taiwan Rocked by Anti-Nuclear Protests
April 28, 2014

Taiwan Rocked by Anti-Nuclear Protests

By J. Michael Cole
Anti-nuclear protesters have taken to the streets of Taipei to demand the end of atomic energy on the island.

Japan’s Never-Ending Nuclear Nightmare
August 24, 2013

Japan’s Never-Ending Nuclear Nightmare

A new leak of contaminated water underscores just how difficult the 4 decade decommissioning process will be.

Abe’s Toughest Challenge Yet: Reselling Japan Nuclear Energy
July 19, 2013

Abe’s Toughest Challenge Yet: Reselling Japan Nuclear Energy

With energy imports a drag on the economy, Abe must convince Japan to embrace nuclear power again.

Shinzo Abe: Japan’s Nuclear Salesman-In-Chief
July 03, 2013

Shinzo Abe: Japan’s Nuclear Salesman-In-Chief

To revive confidence and reduce the trade deficit, Abe has aggressively promoted Japan’s nuclear exports.

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