July 10, 2012

In India, Nuclear Power vs. People Power

Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, Bulletin of Atomic Scientists

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India has come into its own, a once-sleeping tiger waking with a seismic roar. In the last two decades, India has emerged as a robust modern military force, a formidable science and technology hub, and a soaring economic success despite the global recession. These developments, however, are accompanied by more and more demand for, and reliance on, nuclear power -- and lots of it.

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