Crikey readers on nuclear power generation and Australia's fraught China relationship.
HBO's hit mini-series Chernobyl is a register of the recent mass, unsettling realisation that humanity may simply lack the ability to put in place the overarching processes required to arrest the meltdown occurring at our core.
All's well in nuclear power, the industry insists, as further delays and cost blowouts hit new reactors.
Advocates for nuclear energy will tell you that the greenies are holding back project viability, but say nothing about obsolete technology.
Malcolm Turnbull put some old skills to good use yesterday - but his Snowy Hydro proposal will never happen.
The SA government has turned to a "citizen's jury" to manufacture trust in its nuclear policy. But the process is far from independent, writes University of Adelaide politics lecturer Benito Cao.
A new nuclear power plant in the UK is already facing budget blowouts and massive delays -- before any work has even started on it, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
Is a nuclear waste dump in South Australia a good idea? Crikey intern Zara McDonald explains the debate.