Nuclear power's return to vogue as an effective, climate-friendly energy source has reignited old fears of a Chernobyl meltdown or nuclear waste storage -- even the target of a potential terrorist attack. In Germany, the government controversially extended the lifespan of nuclear reactors by more than a decade.
Poland's Prime Minister on Ukraine War and Energy Crisis "Germany's Policies Have Done Tremendous Damage To Europe"
Habeck's Meltdown Nuclear Energy Standby Proposal Has Germany's Greens Seeing Red
A Winter of Privation? What the Natural Gas Shortage Means for Germany
Nuclear Power for the Winter Germany's Green Party Confronts Its Last Taboo
Nuclear Worries Fighting Near Ukrainian Power Plant Raises Risk of an Atomic Accident
Nuclear Power? Yes Please! Germany Sees Tidal Shift in Sentiment Toward Atomic Energy
A Few Sanctions and That Was It Merkel's Legacy on Russia Casts a Shadow over Her Party
LNG Imports and Nuclear Power Germany's Alternatives to Putin's Gas
International Atomic Energy Agency Chief “It Is an Undeniable Fact that Nuclear Energy Is Clean Energy”
Climate Stasis German Failure on the Road to a Renewable Future
'Uncertain Radiological Threat' US Navy Sailors Search for Justice after Fukushima Mission
Bad Banks for Nuclear Plants Utilities Look to German Taxpayers
Olli Heinonen on Iran 'This Is a Step Forward, Without a Doubt'
Tehran Treaty Winners and Losers in Geneva Nuclear Deal
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