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Defending democracies from disinformation: A new imperative for Canada-Japan strategic cooperation

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The invasion of Ukraine has mostly faded from the news, but one aspect threatens to put it back at the top of the broadcasts. Russia, demonstrating the ineptitude that has distinguished its war effort thus far, again shelled the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, the largest in Europe, putting if off the power grid and bringing it closer to a meltdown. A second Chernobyl would definitely get the world’s attention.

This underscores the concerns of people who resist the idea of relying on nukes to counter global warming. Sure, they’re safe in a stable, responsible world. Unfortunately, we don’t live in one of those.

Americans have mostly ignored the dangers over the past 40 years, but they paid attention in 1979, when the Three Mile Island nuclear plant near Lancaster, Pa., nearly melted down in 1979. That scared lots of people, and songwriters across the nation responded. Bruce Springsteen wrote “Roulette.” Dan Fogelberg wrote “Face the Fire.” …

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