America Reenters Competition for Global Nuclear Energy Markets

Payne Institute Director Morgan Bazilian and Fellow Alex Gilbert write about how during the 2010s, the United States was on the verge of permanently losing competitiveness in global nuclear energy markets. This weakness threatened American geopolitical goals, with Russia further extending its nuclear market dominance and China eyeing reactor exports across the Belt and Road. In the last year, this outlook appears to have reversed.  January 31, 2023.