Japan revealed today it violated its own non-nuclear principles established after World War II and lied about it for decades in a secret pact with the United States. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Professor Andrew Gordon.
A new group of potential U.N. nuclear inspectors has just begun its training course. The World's Gerry Hadden sat in on a few opening classes, at the International Atomic Energy Agency's headquarters, in Vienna.
The World's Environment editor Peter Thomson speaks with anchor Lisa Mullins about the significance of the Japanese government's expansion of the evacuation zone around the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
Sanctions against Iran are biting the economy hard. Prices are rising and incomes are falling. The goal is to persuade the government to drop its nuclear program, but it is the ordinary people who are paying the price.
One year after Fukushima, The government has promised a major shift toward cleaner renewable energy to help fill the gap. But as Sam Eaton reports, the country's clean energy revolution has yet to get much traction.
President Bush today said today the United States would lift some trade sanctions against North Korea and that he would take North Korea off the list of state sponsors of terrorism, as The World's Matthew Bell has the story.