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Not so DIMBY

18 Mar 2011 By Martin Dusinberre

As the world digests the appalling images from Fukushima, the question springs to mind how a country that experienced the horrors of nuclear weapons in 1945 came to embrace nuclear power so expansively in the postwar decades. Martin Dusinberre of Newcastle University explains.

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