France and Japan share the privilege of having the two largest parks of nuclear energy. Perhaps this gives the French, more than any other nation, the right to observe the catastrophe in Fukushima like a drama that concerns them directly. You can read Fabrice Balossini's full text in the French version of La Lettre.
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