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Key players got nuclear ball rolling via The Japan Times online

OSAKA — How did earthquake-prone Japan, where two atomic bombs were dropped at the end of World War II creating a strong antinuclear weapons culture, come to embrace nuclear power just a few decades later? Therein lies a tale whose … Continue reading

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Revision of energy policy needed but keep nuclear power, think tank says via The Japan Times

By JUN HONGO Staff writer The nation must drastically revise its medium- and long-term energy policy in light of the nuclear crisis in Fukushima, but completely abandoning the atomic power program “would rob the nation of its strength,” an independent … Continue reading

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