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Interview with Patrick Malone on nuclear power in the Middle East

Henry Sokolski and Patrick Malone discuss nuclear power and energy in the Middle East and Saudi Arabia.

Jan 16, 2018
AUTHOR: Henry Sokolski and Patrick Malone

US views on Saudi Arabian nuclear ambitions. (part 1)


US nuclear cooperative standards in the Middle East. (part 2)


What happens if we relax nuclear cooperative standards for Saudi Arabia? (part 3)


Why nuclear power is economically unsound in Saudi Arabia. (part 4)


Solar energy in the Middle East. (part 5)


Middle Eastern nuclear energy: Bomb starter kits. (part 6)


Middle Eastern nuclear power: Could reactors become targets? (part 7)


Should the US support Middle Eastern nuclear power? (part 8)


Are there benefits to the Middle Eastern nuclear push? (part 9)

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