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In this issue brief, Yusei Nagata, an FAS Research Fellow from MEXT, Japan, analyzes U.S. experts’ opinions and concerns about Japan’s nuclear fuel recycling problem and considers what Japan can (and should) do to solve it.
September 28, 2016 –Top of the Hill Banquet and Conference Center Reserve Officers Association Building, 1 Constitution Ave NE Washington, DC 20002 FAS would like to thank all supporters, sponsors, and attendees for making our 70th-anniversary event a …
April 26, 2016 Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Leading experts came together to discuss Chernobyl on the eve of its 30th anniversary, the lessons learned, and possible implications that this fateful event has for the nuclear industry today. …
On March 30, at the 2016 NGO conference, “Solutions for a Secure Nuclear Future” (www.ssnf2016.org) preceding the official Nuclear Security Summit, FAS President Charles D. Ferguson presented on the topic of reducing the risk of high-activity radioacti …