Iran has withdrawn from key elements of the 2015 nuclear deal. The UK should respond with caution – and flexibility.
The state of Australia's energy and climate change policy is reason to despair. But there may be a nuclear solution that keeps both sides happy.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani staked his political fortunes on bringing Iran out of isolation. Now, it appears he's losing control to hard-liners in Iran.
Godzilla might be radioactive and toxic but he's also a 'green' monster. As the latest 'King of the Monsters' film rampages across our screens, it's time to investigate his ecological credentials.
In Saskatchewan, nuclear research is being conducted with medical and energy applications. The public should be consulted when developing nuclear policy to apply and benefit from these discoveries.
No-deal preparations have been both criticised as being part of 'Project Fear' and used to show that Brexit will be disaster. Here's the history behind this kind of planning.
Nuclear energy should be a possibility for African countries.
When the United States dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, it unleashed one of the most devastating events in history, which still has implications today.
The state capture inquiry will look at why former president Jacob Zuma pursued a dodgy nuclear deal.
The benefits of nuclear power often seem to get overshadowed. It's time the industry began sharing its vision for the future.
Commercial nuclear reactors provide roughly one-fifth of the electricity produced in the US. But they face grave threats to their continued operation.
The Environmental Justice Atlas highlights the most pertinent findings of environmental conflicts facing the world today.
The South Korean president's careful approach to rapprochement with the North set the stage for a possible breakthrough on the Korean peninsula.
Trump's announcement confirms he is no longer listening to moderate voices in his administration when it comes to dealings with Tehran
South Africa's obsession with nuclear energy under the leadership of President Zuma, is dangerous.
In 1985 The Junkyard Band shifted the paradigm by challenging Reaganomics. Many of those same key issues still rage on today, across the world.
For South Africa decommissioning its nuclear plant Koeberg is a reality that cannot be ignored much longer.
China is reluctant to be more active in dealing with Pyongyang for fear of consolidating the US take over in the region.
South Africa's President Jacob Zuma seems to be making a final push to secure the nuclear power deal before his tenure comes to an end. But it won't be easy.
South African President Jacob Zuma's efforts to promote his unpopular nuclear project are weakening him politically but he still seems keen to pursue it.