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James Platte

Former Stanton Nuclear Security Predoctoral Fellow, 2011–2012

 

 

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April 1, 2012

"Northeast Asia's Nuclear Future"

Op-Ed, The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs

By James Platte, Former Stanton Nuclear Security Predoctoral Fellow, 2011–2012

"The negative impact of Fukushima and North Korea's dangerous nuclear politicking stand in stark contrast to the promise of growing nuclear sectors in China and South Korea. While preventing nuclear terrorism and strengthening nuclear security globally are urgent issues, how the nuclear dynamics of Northeast Asia plays out in the coming years will be more critical for the future of the global nuclear industry."

 

AP Photo

April 1, 2012

"Northeast Asia's Nuclear Future"

Op-Ed, The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs

By James Platte, Former Stanton Nuclear Security Predoctoral Fellow, 2011–2012

"The negative impact of Fukushima and North Korea's dangerous nuclear politicking stand in stark contrast to the promise of growing nuclear sectors in China and South Korea. While preventing nuclear terrorism and strengthening nuclear security globally are urgent issues, how the nuclear dynamics of Northeast Asia plays out in the coming years will be more critical for the future of the global nuclear industry."

 

AP Photo

April 1, 2012

"Northeast Asia's Nuclear Future"

Op-Ed, The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs

By James Platte, Former Stanton Nuclear Security Predoctoral Fellow, 2011–2012

"The negative impact of Fukushima and North Korea's dangerous nuclear politicking stand in stark contrast to the promise of growing nuclear sectors in China and South Korea. While preventing nuclear terrorism and strengthening nuclear security globally are urgent issues, how the nuclear dynamics of Northeast Asia plays out in the coming years will be more critical for the future of the global nuclear industry."

 

AP Photo

April 1, 2012

"Northeast Asia's Nuclear Future"

Op-Ed, The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs

By James Platte, Former Stanton Nuclear Security Predoctoral Fellow, 2011–2012

"The negative impact of Fukushima and North Korea's dangerous nuclear politicking stand in stark contrast to the promise of growing nuclear sectors in China and South Korea. While preventing nuclear terrorism and strengthening nuclear security globally are urgent issues, how the nuclear dynamics of Northeast Asia plays out in the coming years will be more critical for the future of the global nuclear industry."

 

AP Photo

April 1, 2012

"Northeast Asia's Nuclear Future"

Op-Ed, The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs

By James Platte, Former Stanton Nuclear Security Predoctoral Fellow, 2011–2012

"The negative impact of Fukushima and North Korea's dangerous nuclear politicking stand in stark contrast to the promise of growing nuclear sectors in China and South Korea. While preventing nuclear terrorism and strengthening nuclear security globally are urgent issues, how the nuclear dynamics of Northeast Asia plays out in the coming years will be more critical for the future of the global nuclear industry."

 

AP Photo

April 1, 2012

"Northeast Asia's Nuclear Future"

Op-Ed, The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs

By James Platte, Former Stanton Nuclear Security Predoctoral Fellow, 2011–2012

"The negative impact of Fukushima and North Korea's dangerous nuclear politicking stand in stark contrast to the promise of growing nuclear sectors in China and South Korea. While preventing nuclear terrorism and strengthening nuclear security globally are urgent issues, how the nuclear dynamics of Northeast Asia plays out in the coming years will be more critical for the future of the global nuclear industry."

 

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