Ryan Tracy | Wall Street Journal
Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Gregory Jaczko said Tuesday the agency wasn't on pace to meet its own timeline for improving safety at U.S. nuclear plants in response to the meltdown at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi plant a year ago.
American Nuclear Society
The American Nuclear Society (ANS) formed a special committee, The American Nuclear Society Special Committee on Fukushima (the Committee), to examine the Fukushima Daiichi accident. Full Article
Jim Wolf | Reuters
The Obama administration disclosed on Tuesday that it is considering sharing some classified U.S. data as part of an effort to allay Russian concerns about a controversial antimissile shield. Full Article
Richard Norton-Taylor and Nick Hopkins | Guardian
There are signs, like green shoots heralding spring, that the last taboo of British politics is breaking. Liberal Democrats are finally gearing themselves up seriously to question the Conservative attachment to Britain's Trident nuclear weapons system and commitment to replace it with a "like for like" fleet of ballistic missile submarines. Full Article
Stephen M. Goldberg, Robert Rosner, and James P. Malone | American Academy of Arts and Sciences
The American Academy's Global Nuclear Future (GNF) Initiative leaders and advisors have identiﬁed several interconnected questions that must be addressed simultaneously in order to arrive at pragmatic recommendations for a sustainable new nuclear regime, both in the United States and abroad Full Article
Douglas P. Guarino | Global Security Newswire
Top U.S. National Nuclear Security Administration officials on Tuesday pledged to complete a strategic review of a program intended to prevent the smuggling of nuclear material across international borders amid assertions they are proposing dangerous budget cuts to the initiative. Full Article
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