Interview with Patrick Malone on Chernobyl and Nuclear Weapons
Henry Sokolski and Patrick Malone discuss nuclear power, next steps in treaties, and HBO's miniseries "Chernobyl"
Aug 08, 2019
Henry Sokolski and Patrick Malone
How was HBO's "Chernobyl" miniseries inaccurate? (part 1)
Why was HBO's miniseries "Chernobyl" so popular? (part 2)
Aren't reactors becoming safer and more advanced? (part 3)
What larger lesson for political systems and leadership regimes does Chernobyl teach? (part 4)
Is there a place for nuclear power? (part 5)
How do recent survey results square with historical actions by the U.S.? (part 6)
Does peace come at a cost? (part 7)
As the U.S. assesses next steps towards arms control treaties, what are the top priorities? (part 8)
Is there no place for nuclear weapons? (part 9)
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