DiaNuke,org supports the new campaign launched by NIRS in the United States to stop a national bailout to promote nuclear power and coal. No one knows exactly what the Trump administration’s plans are yet, but we expect them to be announced very soon. This will reportedly kick off with a Department of Energy report claiming that nuclear and coal need more federal support because they are vital to national security.

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This Week Nuclear Hotseat’s Featured Interviews – North Korea Close-up:

Bruce Gagnon is the secretary/coordinator of Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space. He provides the history of US/N. Korea relations, a context for understanding what the countries are threatening, Donald Trump’s misplaced bellicosity, and the likelihood that Kim Jong Un will drop a nuke on Guam (SPOILER ALERT: Not very likely.)
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Six days into the protest at Turamdih, not a single official from UCIL has been to the site nor has any government official or politician visited them. Ironically, on the sixth day, the ruling BJP politicians were barely 2km away from this place for laying the foundation stone of a new industrial project.

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Six days into the protest at Turamdih, not a single official from UCIL has been to the site nor has any government official or politician visited them. Ironically, on the sixth day, the ruling BJP politicians were barely 2km away from this place for laying the foundation stone of a new industrial project.

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Thousands of men, women, and children from the farming, agro-trading, and fishing communities of Jaitapur in India’s picturesque Ratnagiri District in Maharashtra, today courted arrest en-masse, after a march from Sakhri Nate to Madban village – the site of the upcoming Jaitapur Nuclear Power Park (slated to be the world’s largest such nuclear power facility) – in the presence of heavily-armed state police personnel.

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