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5/24/2018

European energy ministers and multilateral institutions who gathered in Copenhagen and Malmo this week for a clean energy summit have agreed closer cooperation on nuclear power, carbon capture, renewables and smart grids, part of an international pu

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The Forum on Energy weekly news roundup brings together a mix of global energy stories from around the web. It is published every Thursday and is available on Twitter via @forumonenergy US, Japan, Canada, UK Create Nuclear Initiative to Combat Carbo

Yong-Sup Han is a professor of defense policy and arms control at Korea National Defense University. He is also the former president of the Korea Nuclear Policy Society and former president of the Korea Peace Research Association. He has authored bo

The Trump-Kim summit is off—for now. If it's ever back on, the United States must focus closely on avoiding the mistakes of past North Korean denuclearization efforts.

Christopher Lawrence is a physicist and a nuclear security scholar. He is currently a fellow at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, where he studies the history of US engagement with North Korea.

Physical steps to change North Korea’s relationship with the West may be key to rolling back their nuclear weapons program.

The German Government has passed a bill that gives the country the legal right to proceed with its phase-out of nuclear power but will open the door to companies like Vattenfall and RWE to receive compensation for their investment into nuclear power

The events of the past few days signal a worrying trend for the administration of President Donald Trump: The world will not hold its breath for the United States on issues of international politics and security. In trying to isolate his targets 



UN Atomic Agency: Iran Complying With 2015 Nuclear Pact

UN Atomic Agency: Iran Complying With 2015 Nuclear


CanAlaska Uranium, Cameco make headway at West McArthur project

CanAlaska Uranium, Cameco make headway at West


Thermal Hydraulics in Reactors: Turning Up the Heat

Thermal Hydraulics in Reactors: Turning Up the


IAEA Launches New Nuclear Energy Capacity Building Hub

IAEA Launches New Nuclear Energy Capacity Building


Pivot Power to build 2 GW network of batteries and charging stations

Pivot Power to build 2 GW network of batteries and