Japan-China nuclear energy cooperation
Maximisation of Japan’s nuclear energy production involves more than domestic development and national energy eff orts; nuclear energy cooperation with China has the potential to ensure the materialisation of this aim. But under what circumstances would Japan and China engage in nuclear energy cooperation? Raquel Shaoul acknowledges the potential obstacles, but provides a new energy-economic approach which presents cooperation as a win-win energy equation worth consideration by policymakers in the two countries.
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