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Khalid Toukan, chairman of the Jordanian Atomic Energy Commission, meets with Sergei Kiriyenko, of the Russian state nuclear energy agency Rosatom, Amman, Jordan, March 24, 2015 (AP photo by Sam McNeil).

To Meet Growing Demand, Jordan Turns to Nuclear Energy

Monday, March 30, 2015

Last week, Jordan signed a $10 billion deal with Russia to build its first nuclear power plant. In an email interview, David Schenker, director of the program on Arab politics at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, discussed Jordan’s nuclear energy policy.

WPR: What are Jordan’s current power needs, how does it meet them, and how are they projected to change moving forward? ...

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