Kenneth Pyle

University of Washington

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Professor of History and International Relations at the University of Washington

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As workers battle to cool spent fuel rods and damaged reactors, Japan's nuclear safety agency  raised the assessment  of danger to 5 on a scale of 7.

The Nuclear Danger Escalates in Japan

As workers battle to cool spent fuel rods and damaged reactors, Japan's nuclear safety agency raised the assessment of danger to 5 on a scale of 7.

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