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Nadesan’s two recent books on Fukushima

Militarism and Mutagens
Prof. Majia Nadesan is the author and co-author, respectively, of two books on Fukushima: ‘Fukushima and the Privatization of Risk,’ and ‘Fukushima: Dispossession or Denuclearization?‘ She blogs regularly at Majia’s Blog
[ For this editor’s review of her recent book see our previous post: The Fukushima Syndrome ]

In the following two clips she talks about two key Fukushima-related issues. We interviewed her in her home in Phoenix, Arizona.

Japan’s Nuclear Deterrant – Majia Nadesan
Prof. Majia Nadesan talks about the close connection between nuclear energy and nuclear weapons, Japan’s vast plutonium stockpile, and the militaristic agenda of the country’s current administration.

Fukushima’s Genetic Legacy – Majia Nadesan
Prof. Majia Nadesan talks about the long-term impact on the planetary gene pool of the on-going radioactive emissions from the continuing Fukushima nuclear disaster.

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