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In this issue of the Monitor:
- We write about Vietnam's decision to abandon plans to introduce nuclear power, and the dim prospects for nuclear power in other south-east Asian countries.
- Vladimir Slivyak writes about the promotion of nuclear power at the recent UN climate conference in Morocco.
- We update the fast-moving story about whether South Australia might set itself up as the world's dump for high-level nuclear waste.
In the Nuclear News section:
‒ US: Please act to stop EPA's new radiation guidance for drinking water
‒ Belgium: Regulator says Engie Electrabel is 'shameless' over lax nuclear safety standards
‒ Belgium: Legal action to close Tihange 2 reactor
‒ China's nuclear roll-out facing delays
‒ AP1000 reactor design is dangerous and not fit for purpose
‒ Canada: Auditor slams nuclear regulator
‒ UN General Assembly's First Committee votes on DU