While nuclear power is enjoying a resurgence here in America, it appears its positive image is also irradiating equally as well overseas. In Brazil, for example, the National Council for Energy Policy recently approved a study likely to foster the completion of a new nuclear plant, while in Mongolia, delegates to a conference at Mongolia’s National University similarly concluded that construction of small to medium nuclear power facilities may be the best solution for their country.  With even developed nations such as France, Hungary, Britain and Spain moving to extend the operating licenses of their nation’s nuclear facilities, it appears anti-nuke arguments are receiving a less-than-glowing reception in virtually all corners of the world.

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