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China’s Energy Industrial Revolution (Part 2) 中国におけるエネルギー革命(第2部)

Abenomics and Energy Efficiency in Japan アベノミックスと日本におけるエネルギー効率

Fukushima Rescue Mission Lasting Legacy: Radioactive Contamination of Americans 福島救援活動の永続する遺産—アメリカ人の被曝

A Lasting Legacy of the Fukushima Rescue Mission: Cat and Mouse with a Nuclear Ghost 福島救援活動の永続する遺産—核の幽霊といたちごっこ

3.11: Comparative and Historical Lessons 3.11の教訓—比較的、歴史的観点から

The Emerging Japan-India Relationship: Nuclear Anachronism, Militarism and Growth Fetish 新興の日印関係—核アナクロニズム、軍国主義、成長固執

Abenomics Needs a Reboot Rather than Nuclear Restarts アベノミックスが必要とするのは再稼働ではなく再起動

Renewable Energy vs. Nuclear Power: Taiwan’s energy future in light of Chinese, German and Japanese experience since 3.11 再生可能エネルギー対原子力—3.11以降の中国、ドイツ、そして日本の経験に照らして台湾のエネルギー政策を考える

The Roadmap for Fukushima Daiichi and the Sacrifice of Japan's Clean-up Workers 福島第一原発のロードマップと除染作業員

Abe’s Nuclear Energy Policy and Japan’s Future 安倍首相の原子力政策と日本の未来