Forget Abenomics. Ignore Shinzo Abe’s efforts to rejuvenate Japan’s diplomatic and military clout. Look past the quest to rewrite the constitution. History will judge this prime minister by one thing alone: what he did, or didn’t do, to end the worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl.
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission doesn’t need to take immediate action to ensure the safety of the nation’s atomic reactors after a tsunami in Japan crippled a reactor northeast of Tokyo, an official said.