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March 23, 2011

"The Seesaw Media Coverage of Japan’s Nuclear Crisis"

News

By Joseph Leahy

As Japan’s nuclear energy crisis continues to unfold at the Fukushima Daiichi power station, the news media have struggled to sort through confusing, and often conflicting, information about damage to the crippled plant and its threat to public safety. The challenges of covering this situation were discussed in the seminar “In the Shadow of the Japan Crisis: The Seesaw Coverage of Nuclear Power,” the last in a three-part Clean Energy and the Media series cosponsored by Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center and the Shorenstein Center for Press, Politics and Public Policy.

 

 

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Spring 2011

"Workshop Aims to Hasten Transformation of Energy System"

Newsletter Article, Belfer Center Newsletter

By Joseph Leahy

Senior rep­resentatives from government, industry, finance, and academia convened at the Har­vard Kennedy School to discuss the question in an off­the­record workshop on energy technology demonstration in December. The workshop was organized and hosted by the Belfer Center’s Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group.

 

Winter 2011-2012

"Yvonne Yew Seeks Better Understanding of the Non-Aligned Movement in Nuclear Global Order"

Newsletter Article, Belfer Center Newsletter

By Joseph Leahy

Since the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) emerged 50 years ago to counter the dominant power blocs of the Northern Hemisphere, a new global order has taken shape. In her June 2011 discussion paper, “Diplomacy and Nuclear Non-Proliferation: Navigating the Non-Aligned Movement,” Belfer Center fellow Yvonne Yew argues that developing countries now stand at a pivotal moment for nuclear engagement.

 

Winter 2011-2012

"Yvonne Yew Seeks Better Understanding of the Non-Aligned Movement in Nuclear Global Order"

Newsletter Article, Belfer Center Newsletter

By Joseph Leahy

Since the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) emerged 50 years ago to counter the dominant power blocs of the Northern Hemisphere, a new global order has taken shape. In her June 2011 discussion paper, “Diplomacy and Nuclear Non-Proliferation: Navigating the Non-Aligned Movement,” Belfer Center fellow Yvonne Yew argues that developing countries now stand at a pivotal moment for nuclear engagement.

 

 

March 23, 2011

"The Seesaw Media Coverage of Japan’s Nuclear Crisis"

News

By Joseph Leahy

As Japan’s nuclear energy crisis continues to unfold at the Fukushima Daiichi power station, the news media have struggled to sort through confusing, and often conflicting, information about damage to the crippled plant and its threat to public safety. The challenges of covering this situation were discussed in the seminar “In the Shadow of the Japan Crisis: The Seesaw Coverage of Nuclear Power,” the last in a three-part Clean Energy and the Media series cosponsored by Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center and the Shorenstein Center for Press, Politics and Public Policy.

 

Winter 2011-2012

"Yvonne Yew Seeks Better Understanding of the Non-Aligned Movement in Nuclear Global Order"

Newsletter Article, Belfer Center Newsletter

By Joseph Leahy

Since the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) emerged 50 years ago to counter the dominant power blocs of the Northern Hemisphere, a new global order has taken shape. In her June 2011 discussion paper, “Diplomacy and Nuclear Non-Proliferation: Navigating the Non-Aligned Movement,” Belfer Center fellow Yvonne Yew argues that developing countries now stand at a pivotal moment for nuclear engagement.

 

Winter 2011-2012

"Yvonne Yew Seeks Better Understanding of the Non-Aligned Movement in Nuclear Global Order"

Newsletter Article, Belfer Center Newsletter

By Joseph Leahy

Since the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) emerged 50 years ago to counter the dominant power blocs of the Northern Hemisphere, a new global order has taken shape. In her June 2011 discussion paper, “Diplomacy and Nuclear Non-Proliferation: Navigating the Non-Aligned Movement,” Belfer Center fellow Yvonne Yew argues that developing countries now stand at a pivotal moment for nuclear engagement.

 

 

March 23, 2011

"The Seesaw Media Coverage of Japan’s Nuclear Crisis"

News

By Joseph Leahy

As Japan’s nuclear energy crisis continues to unfold at the Fukushima Daiichi power station, the news media have struggled to sort through confusing, and often conflicting, information about damage to the crippled plant and its threat to public safety. The challenges of covering this situation were discussed in the seminar “In the Shadow of the Japan Crisis: The Seesaw Coverage of Nuclear Power,” the last in a three-part Clean Energy and the Media series cosponsored by Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center and the Shorenstein Center for Press, Politics and Public Policy.

 

March 23, 2011

"The Seesaw Media Coverage of Japan’s Nuclear Crisis"

News

By Joseph Leahy

As Japan’s nuclear energy crisis continues to unfold at the Fukushima Daiichi power station, the news media have struggled to sort through confusing, and often conflicting, information about damage to the crippled plant and its threat to public safety. The challenges of covering this situation were discussed in the seminar “In the Shadow of the Japan Crisis: The Seesaw Coverage of Nuclear Power,” the last in a three-part Clean Energy and the Media series cosponsored by Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center and the Shorenstein Center for Press, Politics and Public Policy.

 

Winter 2011-2012

"Yvonne Yew Seeks Better Understanding of the Non-Aligned Movement in Nuclear Global Order"

Newsletter Article, Belfer Center Newsletter

By Joseph Leahy

Since the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) emerged 50 years ago to counter the dominant power blocs of the Northern Hemisphere, a new global order has taken shape. In her June 2011 discussion paper, “Diplomacy and Nuclear Non-Proliferation: Navigating the Non-Aligned Movement,” Belfer Center fellow Yvonne Yew argues that developing countries now stand at a pivotal moment for nuclear engagement.

 

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