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In this issue of the Monitor:
- We update the situation in Japan − debates over the protracted reactor restart process; the economics of different electricity sources; the government’s top-down approach to finding a high-level waste repository site and yet another propaganda report from the IAEA.
- Michael Mariotte writes about the energy transition in the US.
- We summarise the nuclear slow-down in Russia, with plans for new reactors at home and abroad facing problems.
- Academic Mark Diesendorf argues that nuclear power isn’t worth the risks.
The Nuclear News section has reports on the global renewables jobs boom, cyberattacks on nuclear facilities, and Germany’s nuclear fuel levy.
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