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Brexit white paper confuses Euratom debate

08 February 2017

The 2008 EU Amendment Act is not a justifiable legal basis for the UK government's belief that Brexit must also mean an exit from Euratom, write Jonathan Leech and Rupert Cowen.

What's really killing America's nuclear plants

30 January 2017

The premature shutdown of America's nuclear power plants is nothing short of a national catastrophe, writes Jarret Adams.

Regulators and stakeholders

18 January 2017

There might have been a time in the past when the working of government was less visible and decisions announced as a fait accompli. That is not so much the case today - the arc of history reflects global movement toward broadening information flow and participation, says Stephen Burns.

Nuclear energy and the new US administration

03 February 2017

There has been much speculation in the press about the policies which will be enacted by the incoming Donald Trump administration - and as well, much speculation about which policies will be truncated or eliminated, writes Will Davis.

Brexit and Euratom: No rush to exit?

20 January 2017

As the UK government moves towards the formal process to exit the EU, Jonathan Leech and Rupert Cowen consider the implications of Brexit for the nation's membership of the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom).

The status of South Africa's nuclear program

22 December 2016

South Africa's nuclear industry initially reacted with some concerns about the suggested delays to the country's nuclear new build program in draft updated energy plans released in late November, writes Knox Msebenzi.