The sound of the president’s silence on climate change and the BP oil disaster was deafening.
Hanford remains one of the most contaminated zones in the western Hemisphere.
Active engagement that combines carrots and sticks is the most sensible route.
The President’s double talk on offshoring and India’s nuclear liability law will hurt U.S.-India relations
The National Nuclear Security Agency finds itself “unable to overcome technical challenges” to producing tritium.
The long-term costs for nuclear energy are greater than solar, wind, and geothermal alternatives.
What’s needed now is a series of long, frank discussions between Iran’s leaders and other key global players.
U.S.-India nuclear transactions have an adverse effect on disarmament protocols, thwart development in India, and even threaten corporate profits.
Instead of letting the old nuclear complex rust in peace, the government is proactively taking the initiative to create a whole new generation of Dr. Strangeloves.
New York Times shows naked bias against Brazilian President da Silva over Iran deal.
New energy bill mixes support for coal, nuclear, and oil industries with measures meant to reduce pollution and planet-warming emissions.
If you like my offshore oil drilling program, you’ll love my clean coal and safe nukes.
Robert Siegel gets a primer on nuclear material and storage from Robert Alvarez, who served as a senior policy adviser to the Secretary of Energy during the Clinton administration.
Basically, change is slow, slow, slow.
Hopefully Obama’s new commission will motivate the country to finally deal with the toxic legacy of the nuclear age.