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Israel’s Obsession for Monopoly on Middle East Nuclear Power

By Thalif Deen | —<p>UNITED NATIONS, (IPS) – As the Iranian nuclear talks hurtle towards a Mar. 24 deadline, there is renewed debate among activists …

Arkansas Legislator Wants to Nuke Iraq

February 17, 2015 by Ed Brayton<p>Arkansas state Senator Jason Rapert is, beyond a doubt, one of the dumbest and most extreme far-right figures in …

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Israel and Nuclear Exceptionalism: Voiding the Nuclear Weapons Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) | Global Research - Centre for Research on Globalization

<i>Wither the bomb – as a legal problem. Ever since its inception as a weapon of war, atomic, and subsequently nuclear weaponry, have become the totemic</i> …

Japan's nuclear restart meets public fears | Asia Pacific

<b>Tokyo, Japan</b> <b>-</b> Four years after the 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami caused the worst nuclear accident since the 1986 Chernobyl disaster, the nuclear industry is preparing for a comeback this year.<p>Behind industry optimism is strong government backing, despite widespread public unease.<p>All of Japan's …

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China's largest nuclear power base generates record electricity - Business

SHENZHEN - The Dayawan nuclear power base, China's largest, generated a record 45.4 billion kwh of electricity last year, the operator said on …

The emerging Iran nuclear deal raises major concerns

By Editorial Board<p>AS THE Obama administration pushes to complete a nuclear accord with Iran, numerous members of Congress, former secretaries of state and officials of allied governments are expressing concern about the contours of the emerging deal. Though we have long supported negotiations with …

Why the nuclear industry targets renewables instead of gas

Subscribe to our newsletter<p>Don't miss the latest headlines. Sign up for our Daily Digests.<p>Cheap natural gas has upended the nation’s energy landscape …

China to build two nuclear power plants in Argentina|Latin America

Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, on her three-day state visit to China signed 15 agreements with Chinese President Xi Jinping, …

The Energy Collective

Since 1995, Energy Central has been a hub for news and content for electric power industry professionals. With more than 200,000 registered members, …

Saudi Arabia’s nuclear ambitions

Having talked vaguely for many years about the possibility of developing nuclear power as an alternative source of energy, it seems that Saudi Arabia …

The United States Without Nuclear Power

Can SMRs Lead The U.S. Into A Clean Energy Future?

If you thought the nuclear industry wasn’t excited about the future of nuclear energy, think again. We will soon have five new reactors online in the United States and the industry is abuzz with the potential of small modular nuclear reactors, or SMRs.<p>Because of their small size – 300 MW or less – …

Safer Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel

What are spent fuel pools?<p>When fuel rods in a nuclear reactor are “spent,” or no longer usable, they are removed from the reactor core and replaced …

Nuclear Energy

Japan nuclear regulator advisers fear loss of its 'essential' independence

TOKYO (Reuters) - International advisers to Japan’s atomic regulator have raised concern a mandatory review of its performance could lead to a loss of independence for the body, which was set up in the wake of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster.<p>A sign is pictured at the lobby of the Nuclear …

Islamic State 'planning to use Libya as gateway to Europe'

Exclusive: Jihadists hoping to use Libya as a "gateway" to wage war across the whole of southern Europe, plans by Isil supporters reveal<p>Islamic State militants are planning a takeover of Libya as a "gateway" to wage war across the whole of southern Europe, letters written by the group's supporters …