Can Japan learn to love nuclear power?

Can Japan learn to love nuclear power?
The Japanese government is considering new reactors for the first time since the 2011 Fukushima disaster. (Image: Getty)
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(Bloomberg Opinion) by Gearoid Reidy A nuclear renaissance might be happening in the most unlikely of places. Just over a decade on from Fukushima, the northern Japanese region that became globally synonymous with the dangers of nuclear power, Tokyo seems ready to embrace atomic energy once more. Prime minister Fumio Kishida is set to push not just for the restart of operations including Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Kashiwazaki-Kariwa, the largest nuclear power facility in the world – he’s also looking to reverse...

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