The World from Berlin 'A Reversal of the Nuclear Phase-Out Is Hard to Imagine'

It's been tried before, but this time Germany means it: In about a decade, the world's fourth-largest industrial nation will have to get by without atomic energy, following parliament's approval of the government's nuclear phase-out plans on Thursday. German commentators agree there is no going back.
"Nein Danke." But what now?

"Nein Danke." But what now?

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-- SPIEGEL ONLINE Staff