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Nuclear Monitor #819 - 26 February 2016

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In this issue of the Monitor:

  • An update on the situation in Japan as the fifth anniversary of the Fukushima disaster approaches.
  • Kumar Sundaram writes about the dilution of nuclear liability in India.
  • A report on the miserable state of the global uranium industry.
  • Academics M. V. Ramana and Amy King write about the problems associated with plans for inland power reactors in China.
  • A summary of a Royal Commission report recommending that South Australia offers itself up as the world's nuclear waste dump.
  • A report on serious nuclear waste problems in the U.S., Germany, and France.

The Nuclear News section reports on a new study which finds that meeting carbon reduction goals economically means no nuclear power; and a summary of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist's latest 'Doomsday Clock', in particular the Bulletin's comments on nuclear power.

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