Speeches | 23 November 2011

After Fukushima: Nuclear power without proliferation?

There were high expectations for the growth of nuclear power in the years leading up to the Fukushima nuclear accident on 11 March 2011, as concerns about energy security and climate change prompted governments to reconsider their energy options. But the expansion of nuclear power has posed serious challenges to the non-proliferation regime, raising new questions about threats and risks.At the Lowy Lecture on 1 December 2011, these issues were examined by an expert panel: Professor Scott Sagan, John Carlson and Martine Letts.Rory Medcalf , Martine Letts , John Carlson , Scott Sagan

  • Rory Medcalf
  • Martine Letts
  • John Carlson
  • Scott Sagan

There were high expectations for the growth of nuclear power in the years leading up to the Fukushima nuclear accident on 11 March 2011, as concerns about energy security and climate change prompted governments to reconsider their energy options. But the expansion of nuclear power has posed serious challenges to the non-proliferation regime, raising new questions about threats and risks.At the Lowy Lecture on 1 December 2011, these issues were examined by an expert panel: Professor Scott Sagan, John Carlson and Martine Letts.Rory Medcalf , Martine Letts , John Carlson , Scott Sagan

  • Rory Medcalf
  • Martine Letts
  • John Carlson
  • Scott Sagan