The Political Economy of Nuclear Power
Chapter Four reveals the political economy of nuclear production that the process of nuclear fetishization conceals. Suggesting three different mechanisms of calculating nuclear costs and using the examples of the US, India and Japan, the chapter suggests the many different ways that nuclear weapons harm vulnerable peoples and communities (i.e. the subaltern).
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