Expected Power Shortages Force Retreat From Nuclear Power Ban

The realities of power shortages have forced Japan to backtrack from abandoning nuclear power.Amiel Ungar, 6/1/2012, 4:06 AM

Last Active Nuclear Reactor in Japan Turned Off

Japan's final active nuclear plant was switched off on Saturday with fanfare, banner-waving and celebration by marchers in Tokyo.Chana Ya'ar, 5/6/2012, 5:43 PM

Germany Goes Green, Plans to Abandon Nuclear Power

Europe's healthiest economy is planning to invest a huge sum in clean, renewable energy -- and is walking away from nuclear power.Chana Ya'ar, 4/1/2012, 2:07 PM

Nuclear Energy Still Debated One Year After Fukushima

Despite the emotions aroused by the Fukushima disaster, a year later the debate over nuclear energy continues.Amiel Ungar, 3/13/2012, 2:47 PM

France to Invest Heavily in Nuclear Energy

France already gets most of its power from nuclear energy and is sticking with it for competitive and ecological reasons.Amiel Ungar, 6/29/2011, 12:06 AM

Italian Referendum Limits Berlusconi, Swells Antinuclear Tide

Italy's referendum result creates two distinct camps within Europe on the nuclear power issue.Amiel Ungar, 6/14/2011, 8:45 AM

Europe Fails to Agree on Nuclear Tests and Safeguards

Germany and France took opposing positions in discussions on regulating nuclear reactors.Amiel Ungar, 3/21/2011, 8:16 PM

Netanyahu: We Will Reconsider Nuclear Power Plant

In an interview with CNN on Israel's plan to build a nuclear power plant, Netanyahu says: "I think we’ll go for the gas and skip the nuclear."Elad Benari, 3/18/2011, 1:13 AM

Iran to ‘Prove’ US Provides Israel with Nuclear Arms

Iran claims it will soon release documents proving that the United States has supplied Israel with nuclear weapons. Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu, 10/11/2010, 10:38 PM

Greenpeace Blasts Egypt for Nuclear Plans

The international environmental organization Greenpeace targets Egypt for its plan to build a nuclear energy plant off the Mediterranean coast.Hillel Fendel, 8/30/2010, 8:00 PM

Egypt Announces Site of Its First Nuclear Plant: El Dabaa

Egypt's first nuclear power plant will be built at El-Dabaa on northern coast, at a cost of $1.5 billion. Nasrallah wants a reactor for Lebanon.Gil Ronen, 8/25/2010, 10:01 PM

Steinitz Lauds PM's Gains in U.S. Trip

Finance Minister says declaration on nuclear cooperation means U.S. recognizes Israel's right to nuclear technology though it did not sign NPT. Gil Ronen, 7/8/2010, 7:10 PM

Jordan's King Bashes Israel for Stopping His Nuke Plans

King Abdullah of Jordan tells the Wall Street Journal that Israel is thwarting Jordan's nuclear goals in order to economically dwarf his country.Malkah Fleisher, 6/15/2010, 11:13 PM

US Links De-Nuking Israel with Removing Iranian Threat

The US, which already has tied solving the Iranian nuclear threat with Israel’s agreeing to PA demands, now cites Israel’s nukes as the key.Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu, 5/4/2010, 9:48 AM

US, Britain, and France 'Disengage' Ahmadinejad

The US, despite Obama’s attempts to “engage” Iran, walked out on Ahmadinejad at the UN. Congressman: Arrest him for “incitement to genocide.” Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu, 5/3/2010, 9:11 PM

Israel's Nuclear Doctrine Needs Reexamination

Is determined nuclear secrecy necessarily in the best survival interests of the Jewish State? The ability to deter may depend on careful exposure of Israel's capability and determination. Prof. Louis René Beres, 12/9/2013, 8:15 AM

Will Egypt Go Nuclear?

Though Egypt does not have a nuclear energy program, that reality could soon change. President Mohammed Morsi made clear that Egypt wishes a civilian nuclear energy program.The Muslim Brotherhood wants nuclear weapons. We may soon miss the riots.Col.(Res.) Dr. Shaul Shay, 9/13/2012, 4:51 PM