Almost twenty-two years after the Chernobyl disaster, Europe’s need for energy security and its low carbon footprint is bringing nuclear power back into favour. At the same time, Russia is emerging as the world’s atomic energy superpower.
Last month, the UK gave the go-ahead to a new generation of nuclear power stations, setting no limits on nuclear expansion and adding further momentum to the industry’s worldwide renaissance. But news...
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