Japan reports Technology Review has turned off 52 of 54 reactors. Future nuclear power there is extremely uncertain.(On its source map, you can roll your cursor over a country to see the number of operational reactors, and the number under construction, or planned ie. operational within 8 to 10 years).
Germany shut down seven reactors, planning to decommission its remaining nine by 2022. Italy, Switzerlan, and Mexico have withdrawn from new nuclear plant plans. Belgium's government wants to be nuclear-free by 2025.
The USA, the UK, and France (58 reactors provide around 75% of its electricity) are still generating as they were pre-Fukushima disaster, with modest plans for future construction of additional reactors.
In the BRIC goup, the World Nuclear Association reports China, currently with 15 grid connected treactors is building 26 more with commitment in place to build 51 more. Russia with 33 reactors, and India, with 20, are building a combined 16 more, with 34 more planned. And dozens of countries have expressed interest in building their first nuclear reactor, according to (below) the IAEA