- South Korea Has 17975 MW of Nuclear Capacity Online – Bloomberg
South Korea Has 17975 MW of Nuclear Capacity Online
South Korea has 17 nuclear reactors in operation, producing 15874 megawatts of power, or about 82 percent of total capacity, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Two additional plants are undergoing trials with 2101 megawatts of capacity online.
- Iran expects to hold more nuclear talks: Salehi – Pakistan Daily Times
euronewsIran expects to hold more nuclear talks: Salehi
Pakistan Daily Times
VIENNA: Iran expects to hold more talks with world powers on its nuclear programme following an inconclusive round of negotiations in Istanbul earlier this month, its foreign minister said in a newspaper interview published on Monday. The failure of …
Iran expects to hold more nuclear talks: FMTehran Times
- Romney: Nuclear Iran is ‘number one national security threat’ – CNN (blog)
ABC NewsRomney: Nuclear Iran is 'number one national security threat'
"The number one national security threat, of course, to our nation is a nuclear Iran," he told CNN's Wolf Blitzer, speaking in Jerusalem about the nearby nation. Asked about Israel's borders, the broader Israeli-Palestinian conflict, withdrawal of U.S …
Romney ramps up rhetoric, would respect Israeli decision to strike Iran's …Vancouver Sun
[...] the article: Mitt Romney says Jewish culture makes Israelis more …National Post
- North Korea face US in nuclear women’s clash – Reuters Canada
North Korea face US in nuclear women's clash
By Estelle Shirbon. LONDON (Reuters) – North Korea face the United States in an Olympic women's soccer match on Tuesday that will pit the hermit state against the global superpower it has loathed since they fought a Cold War conflict six decades ago.
- Russia to get stronger nuclear navy, Putin says – Reuters Canada
Center for Research on GlobalizationRussia to get stronger nuclear navy, Putin says
By Gleb Bryanski. SEVERODVINSK, Russia (Reuters) – President Vladimir Putin oversaw the start of construction of one of Russia's newest generation submarines on Monday and vowed to boost nuclear naval forces to safeguard the country's position as a …
Bid for naval dominance: Russia significantly boosts nuclear fleetCenter for Research on Globalization
Putin pledges stronger nuclear navyIndependent Online
- Panetta says sanctions haven’t yet worked in forcing Iran to give up nuclear … – Vancouver Sun
AFPPanetta says sanctions haven't yet worked in forcing Iran to give up nuclear …
TUNIS, Tunisia – U.S. Defence Secretary Leon Panetta acknowledged Monday that increasingly stiff international sanctions have yet to compel Iran to give up its nuclear ambitions. But he argued that more pressure eventually would lead Iran to "do what's …
Iran significantly 'speeds up nuclear enrichment'AFP
Iran sanctions having impact, even if not obvious-USReuters
Panetta: Sanctions have yet to compel Iran to give up nuclear ambitionsHaaretz
- ‘Nuclear establishments should devise newer methodologies’ – Hindu Business Line
'Nuclear establishments should devise newer methodologies'
Hindu Business Line
Pointing to an immediate need for accelerating the production of strategic nuclear assemblies, Mr M. K. Narayanan, former National Security Adviser said on Monday that the nuclear establishment needs to devise newer methodologies and undertake …
- Reid: Dem nuke agency member is a ‘first-class rat’ and ‘liar’ – The Hill (blog)
PoliticoReid: Dem nuke agency member is a 'first-class rat' and 'liar'
The Hill (blog)
has launched a blistering verbal assault against William Magwood, a Democratic member of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission nominated by President Obama, calling him a “liar,” a “first-class rat,” and a “s**t-stirrer.” Reid, in an interview with The …
Harry Reid Tears Into Dem Nuclear Official: 'First-Class Rat,' 'Incompetent …Mediaite
- Nuclear ‘hard to justify’, says GE chief – Financial Times
Financial TimesNuclear 'hard to justify', says GE chief
Nuclear power is so expensive compared with other forms of energy that it has become “really hard” to justify, according to the chief executive of General Electric, one of the world's largest suppliers of atomic equipment. “It's really a gas and wind …
Nuclear power hard to justify in cheap gas world-GEReuters
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