Another gaseous diffusion enrichment plant at Oak Ridge bites the dust. (Photo from Frank Munger’s Knoxblog)
Kazakhstan has signed an agreement with the IAEA for a reserve of low-enriched uranium in the country. Kazakhstan has been positioning to become an international nuclear fuel supplier, and this is one more step in their plan.
A new shape for fusion reactors? Unlike a lot of reporting on developments in nuclear fusion, this looks like the real thing.
Paul Goble: Responding to the new Russian challenge. An overview of how Russia is challenging Western values, and what the West might do in response.
From the Latvian Institute of International Affairs – The different faces of “soft power”: The Baltic States and Eastern Neighborhood between Russia and the EU. A report with many chapters by different authors. I haven’t read it all yet.