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Japan's Nuclear Crisis

Hudson Institute

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Hudson Senior Fellow and Director of the Institute’s U.S.-Japan Strategic Summit Program Jun Isomura is providing timely updates from Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) on the seismic and tsunami damages to the nuclear power stations (NPSs), including the Fukushima Dai-ichi NPS

For more information, please contact Jun Isomura at jun@hudson.org or 202-974-6458.

Updates on the Nuclear Crisis in Japan:

 


Basic Information:


 


INES rating set at level 7, April 12, 2011

Video address from His Majesty, the Emperor of Japan

Le Japon et le nucléaire après Fukushima, quelles perspectives? by Kenneth Weinstein

Japan’s Recovery an International Mission by Seth Cropsey and Jun Isomura



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