Hrvatsko nuklearno društvo

Croatian Nuclear Society

I have never regarded nuclear radiation or nuclear power as anything other than a normal and inevitable part of the environment. Our prokaryotic forebears evolved on a planet-sized lump of fallout from a star-sized nuclear explosion, a supernova that synthesised the elements that go to make our planet and ourselves. <James Lovelock>

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  2. CGTN America (blog)

    Argentina invests billions of dollars in nuclear energy
    CGTN America (blog)
    Argentina also has the distinction of being the only country in the region capable of designing, producing and exporting nuclear power to the world. The two soon-to-be-built reactors represent a 15 billion dollar investment that will increase the ...

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  3. Egyptian Streets

    Egypt to sign contracts for nuclear power plant during Putin's visit: sources
    Reuters
    Moscow and Cairo signed an agreement in 2015 for Russia to build a nuclear power plant in Egypt, with Russia extending a loan to Egypt to cover the cost of construction. Egypt's official gazette said last year the loan was worth $25 billion and would ...
    Al-Sisi, Putin to Sign Contracts for Dabaa Nuclear Power Plant in a Bilateral Summit in EgyptEgyptian Streets
    Putin and Sisi Set to Finalize $30 Billion Nuclear Plant DealBloomberg
    Rosatom says planned Egypt nuclear plant to cost $21 blnReuters Africa
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  4. Aljazeera.com

    The Nobel Interview: Beatrice Fihn of ICAN
    Aljazeera.com
    This year, 2017, was a year in which tensions between North Korea and US over nuclear capabilities flared up. Multiple missile launches, provocative statements, mocking tweets and fiery rhetoric deepened the standoff between North Korea's Kim Jong-un ...

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  5. The Hill

    Let America lead in nuclear power innovation
    The Hill
    In today's politically polarized environment, compromise is a rare commodity, especially in the energy debate. While progressives push for the use of zero-carbon energy, conservatives counter by advocating for a reliable electricity grid. Yet, nuclear ...

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