November 22, 2022
Myanmar and Russia Agree to Establish Nuclear Technology Hub in Yangon
By Sebastian Strangio
Civilian nuclear cooperation is the fruit of a growing convergence of interests between the two pariah states.
June 15, 2021
Fukushima: Depoliticizing the Release of Treated Water into the Ocean
By AKIYAMA Nobumasa
It’s time to take the politics out of Fukushima.
September 05, 2016
Long Overdue: India and Japan Are Ready for a Full-Fledged Civil Nuclear Deal
By Satoru Nagao
Tokyo and New Delhi have much to gain and little to lose by signing a civil nuclear agreement.
April 12, 2016
Why the Nuclear Security Summit Alone Won't Stop Nuclear Terrorism
By Mariah A.V. Hays and Hannah E. Haegeland
The Nuclear Security Summit process has its limits; fortunately, the IAEA is well-positioned to address them.
February 23, 2016
South Korea’s Nuclear Energy Future
By Toby Dalton and Minkyeong Cha
The government has some work to do if it wants to win local support for nuclear power in the future.
October 08, 2015
The Repercussions of South Korea’s Pro-Nuclear Energy Policy
By Se Young Jang
A long-term policy is running into increasing domestic opposition.
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.
June 03, 2015
Kazakhstan Banks on Nuclear Power
By Catherine Putz
Nuclear non-proliferation has become Astana's international calling card.
January 26, 2015
Kazakhstan’s Nuclear Indecision
By Paolo Sorbello
For more than a decade, Astana has tried to clinch a deal for a new nuclear power plant, without success.
November 28, 2014
Can China and the US Neutralize the Ring of Gyges?
By Vasilis Trigkas
Plato foresaw how the technological imperative can risk a fragile peace.
August 01, 2014
TEPCO Faces Renewed Pressure Over Responsibility and Cleanup
By Clint Richards
The utility finds itself again facing legal indictments and safety accusations.
July 01, 2014
The Summer of Japan’s Energy Discontent
By Clint Richards
With another energy-saving campaign this summer, Japanese utilities may look for profits abroad.