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Mutual-appreciation anxiety: Putin and Erdogan
"At a rally yesterday the prime minister of armenia nicole passion. Yon warned of an attempted military coup. He told crowds. It was the army's job to defend the country. It was up to the people to decide whether or not he should step down. Y'all guy even hats manhattan borough. She mr young has faced protests since a peace deal struck in november. In which is our by. John gained territory in nagorno-karabakh a largely ethnic armenian enclave. Mr john has protests since a peace deal was struck in november in which is by john games territory in nagorno-karabakh a largely ethnic armenian enclave clashes over the region had erupted repeatedly since nineteen ninety-four drawing in russia which stood behind armenia and turkey which back oscar by john but in the end it was russian president vladimir putin and his turkish counterpart rany tight air to one who put it all to rest. Brokering a peace deal. That's just one sign of remarkable political alliance. It's picking away at the post cold war geopolitical order so i think it helps to go back to the really low point of relationship which was in two thousand fifteen. Daniel franklin is our diplomatic editor. Turkey shot down a russian warplane which had been flying over syria. Entered it's ass base and this happened. After repeated warnings to the russian pilot in the warnings became increasing urgent they were ignored and turkish f sixteen fighters that were patrolling shot. The plane down remember turkey is a nato member and had engaged with russia militarily. That's not something that happens. Often and russia responded quite vigorously by imposing sanctions on turkish products and a bombed ethnic tuchman fighters in northern syria that allies of the turks so that was Towards the end of two thousand fifteen and into the beginning of two thousand sixteen but it was a dramatic shift. If you remember in the summer of two thousand sixteen there was an attempted coup jet sopa head. The world watched in shock as a military coup and in turkey eight. Us ally a major strategic partner in the fight against isis putin was quick to call president of and commiserate show solidarity is some suspicion in turkey. Anyway that gave some advance warning to add one that his life was in danger helped move him out of the area where he might have been bombed and from that point onwards things have changed dramatically in the two men developed this kind of own tone this brotherhood of hard power. And what is it. That had changed between the downing of the bomber and this evan beginning of a friendship they first of all recognize in one another leaders who know how to use power in a full full way but there are other similarities between them in terms of that authoritarian style of leadership at home. And there's a common set of grievances against the west in turkey's case decades of not being properly accepted wanting at one stage to join the european union but being put on hold. And i think one of the reasons why the attempted coup was such a turning point for adwan is that he came under attack from his own planes and he felt that nato had improperly come to support nato countries were slow to express solidarity so he started to think that maybe putin was someone could depend upon for his own survival where he couldn't necessarily depend on nato partners and how the relationship between these two men evolved since then it's developed in some very concrete ways add one has bought from russia s four hundred air defense system. So it's a nato country. Remember that is buying russian. Ed defense system that does not delighted his nato partners. It's meant that it's been kicked out of the f thirty five fighter jet program that Nato has its face sanctions from america and despite all that it's gone ahead and on the ground in particularly serious led to kind of accommodation even though they're on opposite sides they've managed to accommodate each other's objectives in particular turkey vis-a-vis the kurds and most recently they've accommodate each other in the south caucasus. Where again they support opposite sides. The russia has played its role as a mediator. Turkey supported azerbaijan. And they've managed to end up with a result that suits them both well. Russia has peacekeeping troops on the ground. Turkey has an economic opportunity and the air that causes missed out has got nothing out of this is the west. You mentioned the word accommodating in the sense that that perhaps they're just essentially keeping out from under each other's feet or is there more to it than that. There is more to it than that because a particularly developed closer ties economically. The two economies have been struggling so they can do all the support they can get and although russia has a big surplus with turkey. Turkish contractors get a lot of business from russia. So there's the economic aspects of the relationship is particularly important and putin to have turkey as awkward member of nato driving a wedge within nato. That's a huge attraction for him and for to and sometimes to be able to play off the west and russia that's also helpful so that they play the power game very effectively by using each other and given all of that. Would you call this alliance proper and if so what should the west make of it well. It's a remarkable development given the long history between the two countries going back centuries. It's remarkable when you think of the more recent history of of the to literally coming to blows as recently as two thousand fifteen but it's far from being an alliance turkey is still a nato member that's valuable to it and it's also bristled it's fragile. Remember they are on opposite sides even where they're accommodating each other in places like syria in libya they have differences over ukraine over georgia as well so there are many places where this could deteriorate rapidly. It's rather brittle its recent depends too much on personalities with big egos so does mean that. There's absolutely no guarantee that this is going to last or even develop further so in that sense. You think the west doesn't need to worry because the alliance will eventually fall apart from. It's the concern for the west. It's certainly a challenge. One of the things that will be on the radar screen of the biden administration. It's a worry that there is this increasingly close relationship between her big important nato member and russia and although it's bristol although it could blow up in various ways it's a serious concern and worry that a nato member like turkey could drift further away from its moorings
Airliner Hit By MANPAD!
"So i wanna tell you about an airliner a airbus. A three hundred guinea hit by a man pad. So you're wondering probably wondering what is a man pad that is a man portable air defense system. mp a day that's Looks like a bazooka. It's a shoulder. Mounted sam surface to air missile. And it can be carried by antibody. Because it's not very heavy and has a three pound warhead now. Three pound warhead. Doesn't sound like he'll do a lot of damage what it can knock a big airplane out of the sky now when i was in vietnam We were called. Destroy la back. Then the sa seven and it's picked up the name grail also but in russia they still call it destroy. It's a russian Device and back then. It was heat-seeking only work only hit your airplane from behind what we were would home in a basically on a heat source which typically is the exhaust but now they have a new version of the strella which can home in on an airplane from the front. Also so here. Is this eighty three hundred Taking off from iraq going there. They're headed toward took out from baghdad. Headed toward bahrain and a three man crew of was seen firing one of these mad pads and it struck the airplane. There's a picture in our our in our Web page of what. It looked like after that airplane got struck it was struck in the left wing and fortunately it was right after takeoff so the left wing fuel tank was full so there was no fuel air vapor in the tank because if they've been vapor that would have been highly explosive but it was bernie and The missile in addition to punch a big hole in the wing took out the hydraulic system. So now the the crew is flying this airplane with no flight controls. They're doing like what united airlines flight to thirty two did. They're using differential thrust to manage the the the altitude the heading the airspeed. They're using that to fly around and try to come back and land back at back at baghdad and it took about ten minutes for them to get back around now. The flight engineer on this flight was doing a magnificent job because if the left if the source of fuel to the left engine had run dry. They wouldn't have been able to control the airplane anymore. They needed all of their engines for differential thrust. They needed both engines to be able to to operate so that they could maintain directional control. So he's constantly monitoring the state of fuel in the left wing when the state of fuel is leaking out dramatically. And he's using crush meeting to get fuel back to the other engines so that they could continue to power both engines so they brought it in. They made a landing. They didn't incredible job made landing. They were not able to control the airplane. What's it was on the ground than it went for. Like a thousand feet off the runway. But but no one was injured. The airplane was substantially damaged and it eventually was scrapped. So why do i bring this up. Well man pads are available everywhere They ever virtually every country where there's any violence you will find that. There are men pads. If you look on on wikipedia you'll see a list of countries where there is is documented documented. Proof that they have man pads somewhere there and all it takes is one person who's been very briefly trained in how to use it. You turn it on. Turn the machine on and you're aiming at an airplane and squeeze the trigger. That's basically it and so you could be. You could be at risk especially when you fly. Overseas special show fly to third world countries. You could be at risk of a man pad anywhere you fly. So that's something to think about a three pound warhead. Doesn't sound like much but it can do serious damage in its knocked airplanes. Who even back. When i was flying at four as there was a foreign. My squadron got out of this guy by by estrella
"air defense systems" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Do we have much leverage? We have limited leverage. We have some, You know Turkeys, the second largest military and NATO. It's a very important country militarily strategically because where it is in the world, and yet here's a country that is Violator of human rights of its own country. There are more journalists in jail in Turkey than any other country. As you say. It's been a very negative actor in in Syria as well as Libya, and it's just purchased the Russian s 400 air defense system. We can't connect that system to the NATO air defense system. It would be like Letting a cancerous agent loosen the NATO bloodstream. And so I think the Trump Administration was right to sanction Turkey. I think other countries should be doing that as well among our European allies. You can't ignore the Turks. You gotta have a relationship with them. But it has to be honest. And when the Turks act in a way that's completely contrary to our values and interests of the U. S. And other countries have a right to fire back with These sanctions and with the kind of public criticism that you've seen, give us your assessment of the team that President Elect bite is put together. I know you know, Tony Blinken. You know these people I think after the job Without question. It's a strong team. First of all, President elect Biden will be, I think, along with President George H. W. Bush, the best prepared president we've ever had on day one in the modern presidency in the last 70, or 80 years in foreign and defense policy. He's a real expert. And Tony Blinken has been for 20 years, a major figure in American foreign policy, both on Capitol Hill, working for then Senator Biden, but also in the State Department and White House. He's eminently what quote Well qualified Linda Thomas Greenfield. Who's a friend of mine from the American Foreign Service is going to be an outstanding ambassador to the United Nations and Jake Sullivan. I think in every way is a very gifted conceptualizer as well, A strategist At the National Security Council. I think he's the right person for that job and real hangs as director of national intelligence. This is a very strong team. It's not a team of rivals is a lot of people have been talking about David, but a team of people who have worked together who trust each other. Frankly, we need a well oiled team that can work together from noon on January 20th to make up for all the damage in my judgment that Donald Trump has done As president to American interests overseas, So I'm very optimistic about President Biden and his team. Let's pivot to China because that is going to be a major issue. For the bite administration. It's unclear to me how much he wants to differentiate his position from president. He certainly doesn't want to appear to be soft on China. Well, I think that's right. I mean, China is our principal adversary in the world right now, If you think about our military cooperation, all the trade disputes we have where China has not been playing by the rules. The World Trade Organization, Even David and are given over values for the Chinese leadership has been our has been saying recently that they think the authoritarians system that they have The models for the rest of the world. So United States, I think I think this will be the greatest challenge the United States and our foreign policy for the next 10 to 20 years. The one change that I would expect. Is that President elect Biden is going to be more adept at bringing others along with us, the European allies Japan and Australia. South Korea are East Asian allies India Our strategic partner because when you join with those countries say in a trade dispute with China, you have much greater leverage. Think of the EU, Japan, the United States, We all have the same basic problem on trade. We're 60% of global GDP on our side of the table. It's the kind of thing President Trump didn't do. He consented to act alone in the world, and I think we are stronger when we act with allies and partners, thanks to investor Nick Burns from the Harvard Kennedy School that wraps up today's program form or government and National Affairs. News from Bloomberg visit big of dot com. You can also find political news analysis and commentary at Bloomberg Politics. Calm Listen to Bloomberg Balance of power weekdays, noon.
US sanctions NATO ally Turkey for purchasing Russian missile system
"Slapped sanctions on NATO ally Turkey today for buying a Russian made air defense system. U. S officials say the Russian missiles pose a threat to allied security. But Turkey has begun testing the weapons anyway. The Turks condemn the sanctions condemned the
US hits NATO ally Turkey with sanctions over purchase of Russian air defense system
"A Turkey where the president says he's upset with the United States for imposing sanctions. We have an update from NPR's Peter Kenyon President, Ridge uptight buried. One says he expects NATO ally the U. S to support Turkey, not levy sanctions and he was upset to see the U. S follow through on its sanctions threat. Turkey's Foreign Ministry said the sanctions would harm US Turkish relations and Ankara would retaliate as necessary. Ministry called on Washington to revise its grave mistake. Turkey says it bought the Russian s 400 missile system after failing to convince Washington to reach an arms deal. In response, the U. S suspended Turkey from participating in the F 35 Fighter jet program. State Department official says he hopes Turkey will engage in an effort to resolve the dispute.
China's military power has outstripped the US, Pentagon reveals
"President Trump Today discussing a new report that shows China is surpassing the U. S and military strength. I don't want them building a military like they're building right down there Using our money to build the latest Pentagon report on China shows Beijing now controls the world's largest navy and leaves the U. S and Based missile and air Defense systems.
"air defense systems" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Way my lover stands on Golden Then watches the ships that welcome back America. You are joined by Admiral James Tabb. Brady's Take Navy retired former head of Southern Command of the United States military also former allied supreme commander. Good Morning, Admiral. How are you? Doing well, Hugh has it going great. I want to begin with a story in the Wall Street Journal this morning that hearkens back to your time. As Commander of NATO I read from the Nancy uses particle. Russian pilots harassed US B 52 bomber flying over the Black Sea and an international waters crossing with the 100 ft of the bomber's path. I'm in over the U. S military called unsafe and unprofessional. The confrontation on Friday was the second between U. S and Russian military forces in a week. On Tuesday, several American troops operated in northeast Syria were injured when a Russian military vehicle stuck their own. A new maneuver by Friday's Russian pilots operating two s U 27 flankers created disturbance for the bomber, and the bomber was flying over all 30 allied NATO countries yesterday among six bombers doing so, what do you make of this, admiral? Russia is out and about in the world in pushing hard against us in a lot of different places. Let me add a third little notice. But I think significant event, which is Russian naval and aviation military exercises off the coast of Alaska. You to include 50 Russian worships just off the coast of Alaska, So we see Vladimir Putin. Continuing to push in the Middle East stories trying to gain influence and affect outcomes. As the Syrian war staggers to a conclusion he's going to continue pressing around the borders of the NATO Alliance of Europe. It is with these, I would say, not just unprofessional, really outrageous. Close air maneuvers around our B 50 two's and naval aviation around very borders, Maritime borders of the United States. So the question you have to ask is why, Why now? And I think there's an internal components and an external components internally. As you know, Hugh, His numbers are down. He is felt the need to poison the leading political opposition member, Navalny's now in Germany attempting to recover He's got internal problems. So this makes him look big, large and in charge acting against the United States, and then that's the internal peace and then externally. Each of these have a little different aspect to them. But overall, it's Putin wanting to drive a wedge between the United States and our NATO allies. That's his big objective here. That's why the B 52 incident you mentioned this is the most important now I was unaware that we routinely flew B 52 overall 30, NATO countries, and we do not. We do not. That is not routine. This was designed To demonstrate the capability to do it, and it also is part of celebrating the addition of the final 30th member Montenegro and Macedonia, just joining So when we do that, what does a B 50 two's armed with Admiral? What? What kind of force did a present If they can get to Russian fighters close to them. You wonder can they ever penetrate? Yes, they can penetrate their not when they're doing the kind of mission described a zoo, You know, public relations type thing, although there's a military component to it. They're not carrying their full bag of air to air missiles. They're jamming capability of courses on board. Typically, the penetration if we ever got forbid got into that kind of scenario. These air used a standoff weapons to fire long range cruise missiles into an opponent's airspace, and typically, they would be protected by AH alliance fighters. And I don't know that details of this particular Siri's apply over my guess would be that every nation that the B 50 two's flew over would put up fighters and hand them off from country to country, so they got fighter protection they carry Their internal electronic warfare. Sweet I doubt they were armed in an extensive way beyond that, because that wasn't there. Ambition, not combat. It was alliance. Solidarity was the mission. Now I'm curious Advil, your successor in interest. Whoever is the allied supreme commander of NATO right now. I don't know who that isthe General Todd Walters. Okay, So Todd Walters is sitting at his NATO desk, which I assume is the night desk with a bunch of flags and the phone rings and he says we got. Did you call him up? Did they let him know the Russian fighter Doganer B. 50 two's Oh, absolutely, By the way before we get off the subject, the desk that the Supreme allied commander since behind was Eisenhower's death. Cold like it is a very cool desk. But the phone Riggs absolutely. And then General Walters, I'm sure proceed immediately to the NATO operational center just like the one we have in the Pentagon. Yeah, and he'll go down there. He'll be watching screens and looking at the whole thing and making decisions. But let's face it in an incident like this is happening in real time, so he's not gonna have The opportunity to respond. What he will do is put the alliance's air defense systems on alert. He's going to be notifying his NATO boss is going to the secretary general of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg up in Brussels. He's going to be communicating up his US change of command to the secretary of defense, Dr Mark Esper, and he is probably going to scramble some NATO fighters. In case this thing goes really sideways, So he's uh He's a busy guy at a moment like this when Russian jets are interfering in such a such a dramatic fashion with a very peaceful mission of alliance solidarity. I remember way back in 2001 Admiral before 9 11. There was the hood on island incident where Chinese fighters intercepted a naval observation plane forcing it down. A fighter died. A Chinese fighter died. He crashed into the sea. And the pilot was taken captive and the crew is held captive by the people for a long period of time. If a fighter made the mistake the Chinese fighter did, and B 52 went down or the fighter went. What would happen if we war games? Stuff like this? We have working on this, and I think the good news here is that there would be not in tendency to lash out and conduct a combat reaction to this and let's go back to the Hunan Island incident. For example, in this case, neither nation night in the United States nor China had any interest in escalating this. It was a negotiated conclusion. I think you'd see the same thing with Russian event. I think where we get into Ah, very dangerous situation. Stay with China for a moment is In the South China Sea and Unite discussed this if two of our warships ended up colliding or if one of them used fire control radar to illuminate the other one, causing the one being illuminated to launch a missile in defense. That would be harder to walk back from then an aviation incident which is smaller, and you have examples like Hunan. Hi non. I think it's pronounced island incident that you can look to for a negotiated engaged, but the bottom line is any time military forces of US China. US, Russia, Iran, US. Are in close proximity You gotta recognize. It's not a seasoned general like Todd Walters, who find that jet. It's you know, it's a 35 year old or a 28 year old. And there isn't that depth of experience At the tactical level, you can have an unintended consequence. This is why Russian behavior is so dangerous. Well, let's go up to those 50 ships in the Arctic, which I had not read about. And I know that our carriers train off of Alaska and they take carrier groups up there before they deploy everywhere else. 50 shit. I don't even know Russia had 50 ships nearer in the in the north. I mean, I really didn't think they have that capacity anymore. Do we shot of them? Are we following every are we doing are back to blind man's bluff. You think we have attack submarines and stuff like that? I know we do, and we will continue to do that. This has been a pretty big exercise up there. It's not unheard of these air, Not all massive warships. Many of them are Smaller combatants. But yes, Russia operates extensively. And as you know, just for your listeners glance at a map. We and Russia are right next to each other up there, so it's not Terribly unusual. What's new is the level of activity 50 aircraft. Excuse me. 70 aircraft 50 warships. It's a big deal, and it fits with continuing Russian. Push up in the up in New York Dick that we see pushing against NATO as well. Because don't forget you that Arctic front porch is The United States, Certainly, but it's also Canada, Norway, Iceland and Denmark By virtue of Greenland. It's all NATO front line up..
US has 'several' indications Iran has put portions of air defense on high alert
"In the United States has several intelligence indications that Iran has put portions of its air defense system on high alert in recent days. Following unexpected and unexplained explosions at key facilities tied to the country's military in new programs. The change in alert status means Iranian surface to air missile batteries would be ready to fire a target's perceived to be a threat. They don't know what is going on. They have had the nuclear reactors. And processing plants blown up. There's something strange happening there.
Here's why Patriot missile defense systems aren't in Iraq yet
"Three weeks after Ron fired ballistic missiles that American forces in Iraq defense secretary mark S. persist patriot air defense systems have not been allowed to deploy to protect thousands of US troops boxes Jennifer Griffin asked esper if the Iraqi government was blocking the move we need the permission of the Iraqis that's one issue there may be others with regard to placement and things like that are more tactical more operational so it's a combination of things fox news first reported patriot surface to air missiles would likely deployed to Iraq in the wake of Iran's ballistic missile attack the chairman the joint chiefs of staff general mark Millie later said Iran had intended to kill American troops but early warning and dispersal save
Ukraine president calls for plane crash perpetrators to be held accountable
"Corresponded Fred plug it in the Iranian capital this morning says the government today claim the Jetta turn toward a sensitive military center president of the country house on raw honey call this an unjustifiable mistake and said those who are behind it will be held accountable he's calling for justice the military itself is also saying the same thing saying that there's going to be a military trial for those who are behind all this in there also say they are going to reform the procedures they have for their air defense system Iran has
Benjamin Netanyahu rushed offstage as rocket fired from Gaza into Israel
"Israel said a rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip into its southern territory day forming Fryman forcing prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be hustled from a stage during an election rally in the city of Cologne the Israeli military said its air defense system intercepted the rocket Netanyahu was campaigning for the second general election of the year when the similar incident happened in September that was believed to have triggered Israel's targeted killing of a senior commander in the Palestinian Islamic Jihad group in November Israel and Gaza militants had their worst round of fighting in months as a result no group claimed responsibility for today's attack Netanyahu faces an internal political challenge tomorrow when the Likud party holds a primary that will determine whether he continues to be its leader Gideon Saar is a popular lawmaker even further toward the right then Netanyahu when it comes to the Palestinians sorry said Israel's political system has sunk to a low point and after two inconclusive elections Netanyahu is stuck and it's time for a change Israel is set to hold national elections for the third time in a year next March the two previous elections failed to produce a coalition
Israeli PM evacuated from rally after rocket fired from Gaza
"Never know Israel says rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip into its southern territory today forcing prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be hustled from the stage during an election rally Israeli military says its air defense system known as iron dome intercepted the rocket no reports of any
Israeli PM evacuated from rally after rocket fired from Gaza
"Never know Israel says rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip into its southern territory today forcing prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be hustled from the stage during an election rally Israeli military says its air defense system known as iron dome intercepted the rocket no reports of any casualties you're listening to ABC
Israeli PM evacuated from rally after rocket fired from Gaza
"News Israel says a rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip into its southern territory today forcing prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be hustled from a stage during an election rally Israeli military says its air defense system known as iron dome intercepted the rocket there are no reports of any
Israeli PM evacuated from rally after rocket fired from Gaza
"Israel says a rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip into its southern territory today forcing prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be hustled from a stage during an election rally Israeli military says its air defense system known as iron dome intercepted the rocket there are no reports of any casualties this is ABC
"air defense systems" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On Christopher crew and I'm mark mills in the Bloomberg radio news room a five day standoff between protesters and police the Chinese University of Hong Kong ended Friday as the activists evacuated their makeshift fortress and left the campus the city's government is trying to step up measures to halt escalating violence in the financial center after a week of some of the worst clashes in the five months of unrest with countless incidents of vandalism angry clashes between opposing sides and two deaths linked to the conflict Hong Kong revised down its estimate for economic growth in the midst of political unrest with the government now forecasting the first annual contraction since the global financial crisis a decade ago bluebirds Gregg Jarrett reports the government released its final output calculations for the third quarter same gross domestic product will contract one point three percent and twenty nineteen from the previous year GDP contracted three point two percent from the previous quarter according to the government confirming an initial estimate Greg Jarrett Bloomberg radio stocks rose for a sixth straight week as optimism that the trump administration will clinch a partial trade deal with China diverted attention from evidence that economies are struggling at home and abroad the S. and P. five hundred climbing nine tenths percent in the five days to close above thirty one hundred and the Dow Jones industrials pushed past twenty eight thousand for the first time six weeks of gains mark the longest rally in two years at least five major electric utilities including power giant southern company and Duke energy corporation reported declines in their electricity sales to industrial customers in the third quarter from year earlier levels and they're blaming trade concerns for some of the weakness particularly the ongoing dispute between the US and China senator Jim Risch of Idaho chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee warned that if Turkish president receptivity up Juan persists in the deployment of a Russian air defense system he will move ahead with a sanctions bill in Congress global news twenty four hours a day on Erin a tech talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts to more than one hundred twenty countries I'm mark mills this is Bloomberg.
US budget deficit surges to $134.5 billion in October
"Well after impeachment piling hearings up the largest were under way deficit on Capitol in seven Hill years president from trump the twenty hosted nineteen Turkish fiscal president budget Recep year Tayyip the Erdogan federal government and his wife opened at the White the new House budget I'm year a with another big huge fan shortfall of the president the any treasury seem determined department not says to let the hearings the deficit or in the October recent incursion of one into hundred northern thirty Syria four point get in five the way of billion good relations dollars with the NATO was ally thirty three well point having eight a very percent strong larger discussion than a year on different ago things for including the twenty the twenty safe fiscal zone year and the that Congressional Budget the border Office is forecasting the oil the deficit and will hit again one trade trillion is a very dollars big factor and the a CBO handful says of GOP annual senators federal invited to deficits the oval office will remain express above their concerns one trillion about the fate dollars of Kurdish allies for the next in decade Turkey's warming Mike relations Crossey with Russia a Washington including the purchase of a Russian air defense system among them was Texas senator Ted Cruz we very much hope Turkey changes the path it's on and and does not employ the S. four hundred trump says he thinks their differences can be resolved Jennifer king Washington
"air defense systems" Discussed on AP News
"Well impeachment hearings were under way on Capitol Hill president trump hosted Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his wife at the White House I'm a big fan of the president any seem determined not to let the hearings or the recent incursion into northern Syria get in the way of good relations with the NATO ally well having a very strong discussion on different things including the safe zone and that the border the oil and again trade is a very big factor a handful of GOP senators invited to the oval office express their concerns about the fate of Kurdish allies in Turkey's warming relations with Russia including the purchase of a Russian air defense system among them was Texas senator Ted Cruz we very much hope Turkey changes the path it's on and and does not employ the S. 400 trump says he thinks their differences can be resolved Jennifer king Washington
Turkeyâ€™s Russian air defense system irks Trump
"Well impeachment hearings were under way on Capitol Hill president trump hosted Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his wife at the White House I'm a big fan of the president any seem determined not to let the hearings or the recent incursion into northern Syria get in the way of good relations with the NATO ally well having a very strong discussion on different things including the safe zone and that the border the oil and again trade is a very big factor a handful of GOP senators invited to the oval office express their concerns about the fate of Kurdish allies in Turkey's warming relations with Russia including the purchase of a Russian air defense system among them was Texas senator Ted Cruz we very much hope Turkey changes the path it's on and and does not employ the S. four hundred trump says he thinks their differences can be resolved Jennifer king Washington
Turkish and Kurdish Forces Said to Clash in Syria
"President trump lifted sanctions on Turkey this week saying Turkey had assured him it would halt fighting against the Kurds in Syria but there are reports today of clashes between Turkish and Kurdish forces there the fighting started after president trump abruptly pulled American forces out of the border area earlier this months saying it was time to bring US troops home joining us in the studio to talk about this and other stories in the news is former Democratic Congresswoman Jane Harman she's in Town for a Harvard law school over union she is president and CEO of the Wilson Center. Great to see you in person welcome thank you Jeremy I wasn't sure you existed I'm a real person I'm not just a disembodied voice let me ask you about Syria Defense Secretary Mark Esper- said today that the US is going to keep a reduced military presence on the ground in Syria to stop Isis from taking over oil fields there there are reports the White House is considering keeping five hundred troops in northeast Syria which would be a reversal does the US have a strategy there oh we seem to have a process free foreign and security policy which is very dangerous we do have parts of government including AH the National Security Council in the White House led by a guy just met this week Robert O'Brien who seems quite capable and we do have a state armament and we do have a Defense Department and and all of the principals and deputy should have been considering carefully what the day after and the day after that would look like he we took some of our troops out of Syria. I don't believe that happened I think most people were blindsided by the decision and now we're paying the price I mean what's happening here is that plan that was under way to create a security zone between Turkey and Syria which would take care of Turkey's worries about the Kurds in eating Turkey was just about to be put in place and instead of that we took the US troops out of that part of Syria and destabilized all of Syria the long term consequences for the United States. Well we'll find out but what are your concern my concern is that we have destroyed our credibility we also have created axiom filled already by to some extent the Turks plus the Russians and the the Assad government which has used chemical weapons on its people has free rein and oh by the way there's a rumor that chemical weapons have been used during this exercise to to remove the Kurds it's not clear by whom I underpinned by Turkey or Turkish ally now who could that be sounds like assigned to me but I it's being investigated by the UN so I don't know if that's that is just heinous and consequence we might have anticipated if we'd had a reasonable process in place what about Isis how concerned are you that this will now regroup and be a threat to the US or Europe or the West in general very concerned I mean there were prisons in that swath of land that Turkey has been attacking they were prisons there of Isis fighters these prisons were horrendous it is not clear yet got who has escaped but these isis fighters in that area probably came from Europe and if they did what will they want to do if they're free they're going to want to go the the poorest Turkish border back into Europe and stage attacks in Europe and you know possibly through Europe to the US so I think this is set potentially set us back quite a lot do you think that Turkey should be booted out of NATO as a result of what just happened that's a decision for NATO to make I mean Erkki also did another no no recently which is to buy a massive air defense system called the S. four hundred from Russia NATO exists it has a collective defense organization to keep the West free it doesn't exist as an attack you know outfit against Russia but Russia is Given its actions in Ukraine and Crimea a threat to NATO and so now if you have a NATO member purchasing it's major defense system from Russia that's let's say awkward
Trump: Let 'Napoleon Bonaparte' rescue the Kurds
"How does the United States stop a Turkish invasion of Syria for which the US had previously cleared the way president trump is imposed sanctions against Turkey he is warning turkeys leader president everyone not to go too far in a region where the U. S. withdrew yesterday vice president Mike pence said he is being sent on a mission with the national security adviser the president has directed me and Robert o'brien to to lead lead a a delegation delegation to to Turkey Turkey in in the the immediate immediate future future but but to to begin begin discussions discussions and and negotiations negotiations to to bring bring the the bloodshed bloodshed to to an an end end but but a a few few hours hours before before that that the the president president was was on on Twitter Twitter and and seem seem to to dismiss dismiss the the conflict conflict he he said said it it was was quote quote seven seven thousand thousand miles miles away away and and as as for for the the Kurds Kurds US US allies allies in in Syria Syria who are now in trouble the president said he did not care if they got help from quote Russia China or Napoleon Bonaparte democratic senator Chris van Hollen is on the line now senator good morning good morning good to be with you do you support the vice president's effort to negotiate some better arrangement well I support any effort to stop the Turkish incursion and slaughter of our Syrian Kurdish allies that but the reality is that what the president has done so far is first green light the Turkish operation to begin with and now the sanctions that he announced yesterday are really pathetic the the steel sanctions represents the represents about four tenths of one percent of all of Turkey's exports the president still has a standing invitation to present air to want to visit the United States a lot more is necessary to get the Turks to stop and to protect ourselves from the resurgence of ISIS which is what's gonna happen secretary Mattis and others have predicted that and this is one of my ISIS fighters who seem to be getting loose is this is all happening they talk about wanting to do more as I understand it you and a Republican senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina I have been working together to come up with some kind of congressionally passed sanctions is that going to work and are enough Republicans going to be with you want it yes we are will be introducing that very shortly there's also bipartisan legislation in the house of representatives and I think it will have a very strong bipartisan support guy you've heard strong negative reactions across the political spectrum and our proposed sanctions will be very biting and they will stay in a fact Intel Turkey ends its aggression against the Syrian Kurds and withdraws its forces in proxies from the areas that it's taken although I'm just trying to think this through and I don't want to sound cynical center but of course it takes a while to legislate it would take weeks it might take months meanwhile Turkey is conducting its operation could they not kill everyone they want to kill to put it brutally and then they say okay fine will withdraw now what time is of the essence and the the best thing that could happen would be for president trump to impose devastating sanctions after all he's tweeted several times that he wants to he can quote devastate the Turkish economy and has it within his power to do a lot more than he's done he's constantly flip flopping on this issue but Congress when it wants to it can move very quickly we could enact sanctions in the house and Senate very quickly send it to the president's desk so it's essential that we do it look my view Steve is that we got to do everything we can to end the slaughter against the Syrian Kurds to stop the resurgence of isis this is a a desperate moment and we do everything we can do this though does point to a larger conflict has been going on for a long time Turkey has certain interests in the region they don't always match up with US interests in the region Turkey is a NATO ally really valuable NATO ally but just sees the world differently than perhaps some of the other NATO allies do does it make sense and is it going to continue to make sense for Turkey to remain in NATO and aligned with the United States what you're asking a very fundamental question in Turkey is really testing NATO and its relationship with NATO in addition to their efforts to slaughter our allies the Syrian Kurds they've taken delivery of a Russian has four hundred and it Vance the defense system against our strong objections is fact that Congress is now said that Turkey will no longer be able to take the F. thirty five advanced fighter yeah because by having the Russian air defence system they will put NATO pilots at risk and put NATO security risk so Turkey has been drifting the other way and I think it's time for an important debate with respect to what their role in NATO is going to be but for now we just got a deal with the immediate situation that we've got which means just press the Turks not to go too far in Syria or to get out of Syria what is the bottom line demand well the bottom line is to get out of Syria they have no reason to be with in in Syria what they're doing is really allowing ISIS to you know come back you know Turkey from the very beginning has not been with us in the fight against ISIS they allowed a lot of ISIS fighters to to come through Turkey many years ago where's the Syrian Kurds have been with us as partners in this effort in Holland need to get out senator Chris and holiday Maryland thanks so much
"air defense systems" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Moose to keep the straits open and now the additional air defense systems and capabilities that will put the region will achieve just that some of Iran's top leaders will be in New York this week for you and meetings tropical storm watches are in effect for Porter Rico and the Virgin Islands as care in approaches forecasters say the storm could lash the islands with winds of up to fifty seven miles per hour a drug overdose is being blamed for three people who died in Pittsburgh after a concert KDKA TV reporter Chris Hoffman it was all because of a drug overdose is they say the seven men who went to an event for there was orange wristbands they went to a different place afterwards did the drugs came back and then that's when they overdosed five four inside of one apartments one was the apartment building's elevator and one man was found around the corner from that building several of the people who were found inside that building remain hospitalized now do the Emmys set for tonight when the night is over we may be talking about game of thrones and. the they could win the top two awards best dramatic and best comedy series but it's certainly not a guarantee the marvelous Mrs Maisel won best comedy series last year it could do it again one thing to watch for tonight will be the battle between HBO and Netflix they have the most nominations Steve Futterman CBS news at the Emmy awards in Los Angeles the enemy's air live on fox at eight eastern this is CBS news. redemption even the most demented Hollywood writers would not have dreamed up an ending like this forty eight hours Saturday's. so there's this guy named Jordan and he's a healthy guy is a dad of six and he works as a guide in Alaska but then he goes to the doctor and he's diagnosed with cancer stage four in here's the thing he had switched.
"air defense systems" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Hormuz to keep the straits open and now the additional air defense systems and capabilities that will put the region will achieve just that some of Iran's top leaders will be in New York this week for you and meetings tropical storm watches are in effect for Porter Rico and the Virgin Islands as care in approaches forecasters say the storm could lash the islands with winds of up to fifty seven miles per hour a drug overdose is being blamed for three people who died in Pittsburgh after a concert KDKA TV reporter Chris Hoffman it was all because of a drug overdose is they say the seven men who went to an advance for there was orange wristbands they went to a different place afterwards did the drugs came back and then that's when they overdosed five four inside of one apartments one was in the apartment building's elevator and one man was found around the corner from that building several of the people who were found inside that building remain hospitalized now do the Emmys set for tonight when the night is over we may be talking about game of thrones and V.. they could win the top two awards best dramatic and best comedy series but it's certainly not a guarantee the marvelous Mrs Maisel won best comedy series last year it could do it again one thing to watch for tonight will be the battle between HBO and Netflix they have the most nominations Steve Futterman CBS news at the Emmy awards in Los Angeles VMAs air live on fox at eight eastern this is CBS news. brought to you by the Capital One quicksilver card with quicksilver you are an unlimited one point five percent cash back on every purchase everywhere what's in your wallet. number one. forty nine fifty. good afternoon and welcome on this Sunday it is September twenty second I'm rob Mason for WWJ newsradio nine fifteen couple showers and a thunderstorm tonight but the first day of autumn d'arles gonna feel more the part the complete accu weather forecast coming up eighty six degrees this might be the hottest weather were his seeing for quite some time WWJ news time for three big day in Detroit the Motown museum.
"air defense systems" Discussed on National Defense Magazine Podcast
"The arctic harsh environment has long permitted countries from mining its rich natural resources and accessing prime shipping routes but as the climate warms and thick barriers of ice continues to melt the region is now becoming a hot spot for economic activity the defense department's new arctic strategy which was released in june zeroes in on these threats noting that russia views itself as a polar great power since the creation of russia's northern fleet joint strategic command in twenty fourteen moscow osco has ramped up its presence in the region with refurbished airfields new military bases and a network of air defense systems according to the document although china has no territorial claims in the arctic it is looking to increase its presence in the region as well by declaring itself a near arctic arctic state the united states does not recognize the status. The defense department strategy provides a broad idea of how which should bolster its military presence in the region. The strategic approach is based on building situational awareness enhancing operations and strengthening the rules based order conditions in the arctic are changing fast and the next decade or two will have strategic implications. An expert said according to nasa arctic sea ice in september is declining at a rate of twelve point eight percent per decade. The ice is also melting elting in areas that provide russia with a strategic advantage much of it is disappearing along the northern sea route a passage that connects the bering strait with the kola peninsula..
Turkey, Turkish Government And US discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"The US decision to exclude Turkey from an American led fighter jet program goes against the quotes spirit of alliance according to the Turkish government which is calling on its NATO ally to reverse the decision the major break with a long time ally US president Donald trump's administration this Turkey is being kicked out of the F. thirty five program because it's buying the Russian S. four hundred air defense system Washington DC says the S. four hundred would compromise the F. thirty five program and aid
"air defense systems" Discussed on AP News
"Saga megani in New York and army military training vehicle overturned killing one West Point, cadet West Point superintendent, Lieutenant General, Daryl Williams is not common for these vehicles, a turnover it's very rough terrain. You can see the hills. We have here, we want to make sure that our soldiers and our cadets train in realistic training environment. So this is part of our realistic training. This is a P radio news. A US commander says a show of military force. Gotta Ron's attention. The top commander of American forces in the Middle East said Thursday, Iran has chosen to step back and recalculate after a United States buildup of military assets in the region. General Frank MacKenzie spoke with reporters accompanying him to the Gulf, the USS. Abraham LINCOLN carrier strike group? For air force b fifty two bombers and additional batteries of army patriot. Air defense systems were rushed to the region after US intelligence picked up on Iranian threats in the first days of may, the Kenzi added, he still has concerns about potential aggression by Iran might cross ya Washington. Simple, nature, a one person candle company in Indiana draws the ire of a higher state tourism director with his unscented, Ohio candle labeled not much to see much to do, but guy tours director, Lydia. Malik says Ohio has lots of sense including lake breezes and steady of mustard. At Cleveland's progressive field. I'm Tim Maguire. Radio news. More news right after this. No. Napa auto care centers. We'll get a seventy five dollars prepaid visa card when you spend two hundred fifty bucks on Napa brake parts which is caused a celebrate because normally the sound of.
"air defense systems" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"The news of russia in syria the news in syria is all threat the i a f in the idea for preparing for retaliation by the iranians because of air strikes on a rainy in basis in syria one near homes one near aleppo however these are pieces of the larger story of iran digging in with arsenal of missiles to aid their allies their surrogates hezbollah who dominate lebanon we're looking at a middle east conflict the israelis call it the war of the north when it starts right now the wall street journal calls it a shadow war why this matters is russia allied with iran and syria russia's providing air defense for some of the bases in syria the russians are concerned that the israelis will attempt to penetrate the air defense or will penetrate the air defense of their high performance ground to air defense systems the s three hundred and maybe an s four hundred so right now this is as fragile place on the planet for conflict because the russians a first rate military power in the region does not want to get involved in the fight the missile fight between israel firing missiles into syria and iran deputizing the hezbollah fire missiles into israel nato ukraine the news from ukraine is no better i was recently in poland and i learned that it's very difficult to cross into poland from ukraine because ukraine is a unstable country this unstable country however now has javelin antitank missiles two hundred and ten of them according to the report in defense one these are offense of weapons they're meant to take out tanks and military armored military vehicles these are what the us has debated for some time these javelins have now been delivered to the ukraine military the quote a shipment of lethal aid would appear to deepen us involvement in the simmering conflict and mark at least symbolic victory for ukraine in its effort to maintain western backing in the.
"air defense systems" Discussed on WTMA
"Website to follow his west decor dot com we begin with the news of russia in syria the news in syria is all threat the a f and the idea are preparing for retaliation by the iranians because of air strikes on iranian basis in syria one near homes one near aleppo however these are pieces of the larger story of iran digging in with arsenal of missiles to aid their allies their surrogates hezbollah who dominate lebanon we're looking at a middle east conflict the israelis call it the war of the north when it starts right now the wall street journal calls it a shadow war why this matters is russia allied with iran and syria russia's providing air defense for some of the bases in syria the russians are concerned that the israelis will attempt to penetrate the air defense or will penetrate the air defense of of their high performance ground to air defense systems the s three hundred and maybe an s four hundred so right now this is as fragile place on the planet for conflict because the russians a first rate military power in the region does not want to get involved in the fight the missile fight between israel firing missiles into syria and iran deputizing the hezbollah fire missiles into israel nato ukraine the news from ukraine is no better i was recently in poland and i learned that it's very difficult to cross into poland from ukraine because ukraine is a unstable country this unstable country however now has javelin antitank missiles two hundred and ten of them according to the report defense one these are offense of weapons they're meant to take out tanks and military armored military vehicles these are what the us has debated for some time these javelin have now been delivered to the ukraine military the quote a shipment of lethal aid would appear to deepen us involvement in the simmering conflict and mark at least a symbolic victory for ukraine in its effort to maintain western backing in the.
"air defense systems" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Is all threat the i after the idea for preparing for retaliation by the iranians because of air strikes on iranian basis in syria one near homes one near aleppo however these are pieces of the larger story of iran digging in with arsenal of missiles to aid their allies their surrogates hezbollah who dominate lebanon we're looking at a middle east conflict the israelis call it the war of the north when it starts right now the wall street journal calls it a shadow war why this matters is russia allied with iran and syria russia's providing air defense for some of the bases in syria the russians are concerned that the israelis will attempt to penetrate the air defense or will penetrate the air defense of their high performance ground to air defense systems the s three hundred and maybe an s four hundred so right now this is as fragile place on the planet for conflict because the russians a first rate military power in the region does not want to get involved in the fight the missile fight between israel firing missiles into syria and iran deputising the hezbollah bod fire missiles into israel nato ukraine the news from ukraine is no better i was recently in poland and i learned that it's very difficult to cross into poland from ukraine because ukraine is as unstable country this unstable country however now has javelin antitank missiles two hundred and ten of them according to the report in defense one these are offense of weapons they're meant to take out tanks and military armored military vehicles these are what the us has debated for some time these javelins have now been delivered to the ukraine military.
"air defense systems" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"For this or would it be additions of a of a russianbuilt air defense system that the russians notoriously will give you what's called a monkey model no matter what it is you buy a tank a ship antiaircraft system or even a fighter plane the russians reserve certain capabilities just for the russian version and no matter how much you pay you'll never get it so the chinese no they know when they bought russian se twentyseven fighters and they retro they reverse engineered them and then built their own version the chinese now that they're not looking at a plane we really like unmanned aircraft in the chinese know that we like unmanned systems both as reconnaissance and drones to kill terrorists but also as you saw last night the current generation of cruise missiles are pretty devastating and pretty amazingly simple and so the chinese like that the chinese liked the idea of not losing people but sinking and sinking american aircraft carriers now the the chinese i idea for sinking an aircraft carrier is the socalled aircraft carrier killer d of twenty one which is a ballistic missile is what it is you launch it straight up it reenters the earth's atmosphere at mach eight but it has terminal guidance you can actually guide the thing into a into a top attack thousand pound warhead basically a to like world war two hitting london or something the reason for this is because the chinese not the task of getting a cruise missile across wave tops close enough into an american carrier group is a pretty pretty daunting task we have aircraft in the air specifically looking for this we have outlier frigates and destroyers who do nothing but air defense and then at the end of the day we have the close in weapons system actually on the carriers and unless the cruise missile is hyper sonic and that is you know mach three mach four and can actually guide and and hit a target unless a cruise missile actually flies faster than the mid missile launched shoot it down then don't even try it it's a complete waste of your time so the the chinese lesson here is that they need to redouble their research efforts in the cruise missiles because well they saw last night is is the.
"air defense systems" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The business is right now one of their biggest money makers other air defense systems and for putin to lose lose here is if he backs up his friend bashar assad and syria by using his air defense systems but the american unmanned aircraft still get through and destroy their targets then what the hell are you spending money on buying russian air defense systems if they had been utilized for instance and actually down to at american aircraft then pretty much america would be involved in the series war on on whatever side is the opposite of russia whether that's the turks invading northern syria or whatever but bottom line for putin for for him it just was a losing proposition to get involved because he he has to at that point a brief assad and say listen buddy at least this year we got a heads up and i can give you a heads up on what the targets are so you don't you won't lose syrians on unlike sunday when the israelis hit that airbase and all the russians had left before the bombs got there this time i'm telling you what the targets are and i'm telling you that i'm not going to shoot them down and if assad said yeah but i thought your air defense systems were the best ever then putin says we'll shut up it's none of your business and who cares and maybe i'll pull them out of your country anyway but it's not hard to figure out that a lot of people in the russian defence industry have been telling putin since two thousand fifteen k here's the problem you send these systems there and you have us power up and start energizing radiating and that means that.
"air defense systems" Discussed on WTMA
"With discrimination detection of ballistic missile reentry vehicles and midcourse guidance and all that but also contract these hypersonic weapons or at least let us know that they're in the atmosphere heading our way so we can prompt offenses and the military now especially teacher command is looking at working with the missile defense agency who's taking of its anti hypersonic role as well as antiballistic missile and building satellites that can track what we call cold objects or or even hot objects but ones that are really moving faster that been course truce phase and that's the way that we can hopefully create the bility to track these weapons and at least know that they're coming so we can prepare some or at least provide some sort of defense they question of hypersonic recently vladimir putin boasted that the the the russians were introducing new nuclear capable missile systems and air defense systems and one of them he pointed to as codenamed satan by nato and it said to be a hypersonic cruise missile that's merv mirv warhead what is it tie what are we looking at so well we really have are a bunch of different systems that were kind of convoluted in that presentation you have an icbm which is gonna be hypersonic bites very nature with its delivery vehicles that's one thing it's a newer icbm it could be it could be orbital where they could actually put warheads an orbit before they reenter which really complicates interception one system that's the system that they are testing they have so going to be operational fairly soon the other ones are include hypersonic glide vehicle just like what we were talking about that will be at the tip of an icbm instead of sending the warheads you know basically ballistic were heads way up over the atmosphere that back down in the atmosphere they're going to spend hypersonic glide vehicles across through the we don't think most intelligence points that this is not operational or anywhere near that point yet but it's something that they're working for and they are testing and then there's other ones i mean they have another one they showed was a make thirty one firing off a missile that they say it was a hypersonic cruise missile that that was fake that was that was straight bs for moscow and putin's lips that missile on that aircraft is an iskander ballistic missile.
"air defense systems" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Help with discrimination detection of ballistic missile reentry vehicles and midcourse guidance and all that but also contract the hypersonic weapons or at least let us know that they're in the atmosphere heading our ways we can prompt offenses and and the military now especially teacher command is looking at working with the missile defense agency who's taking off this anti hypersonic role as well as our antiballistic missile and building satellites that can track what we call cold objects or or even hot objects but winds that are really newbie fast through that bid course truce phase and that's the way that we can hopefully create the bility to track these weapons and at least know that their incoming so we can prepare some or at least provide some sort of defense they question of hypersonic recently vladimir putin boasted that the the the russians were introducing new nuclear capable missile systems and air defense systems and one of them he pointed to as codename satan by nato and it said to be a hypersonic cruise missile that's merv emerged warhead what is it tie what are we looking at so what we really have a bunch of different systems that were kind of convoluted in that presentation you have an icbm which is it be hypersonic by very nature with its delivery vehicles that's one thing it's a newer it could be it could be orbital where they can actually put warheads an orbit before they reenter which really complicates interception one system and that system that they are testing they have so it's going to be operational fairly soon the other ones are include the hypersonic glide vehicles just like what we were talking about that will be at the tip of an icbm and instead of sending the warheads you know basically ballistic warheads way up over the atmosphere that back down and atmosphere they're going to spend hypersonic glide vehicles across through the apps we don't think it most intelligence points that this is not operational or anywhere near that point yet but it's something that they're working for and they are testing and then there's other ones i mean they have another one they showed.
"air defense systems" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Needed one it's a big zia the outlive onlinecom france and india agreed to bolster cooperation and energy defence space and trade across says the two sides share a willingness to prevent trade wars china's be warned if the monkey economies most at risk of a banking crisis that's according to the baselbased bank of international settlements which are totally analyzes data on the global financial system it's also fighting canada despite the economy their growing last year at the fastest pace since 2011 guy blames maxed out credit cards and high debt levels in the wider economy and the russia military has released videos said to show the successful test of a hypersonic this sold that can fly at the ten times the speed of down president putin has described the nuclear capable kinjal as an ideal weapon and says too fast to be intercepted by any current air defence system the rocket is one of a range of newgeneration weapons that putin revealed in a speech earlier this month global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm yvonne man this is louvred tracy thanks so much yvonne while as we've been discussing asian equities are well into positive territory to start the week as they react to friday's us nonfarm payrolls data they showed the economy adding three hundred thirteen thousand jobs in february the most since may two thousand sixteen and significantly ahead of economist estimates this comes ahead of several treasury auctions this week as demand for us government bonds falters investors are also keeping an eye out for tuesday's cpi data let's bring in christopher brain can singapore's ceo at td ameritrade thanks so much for joining us chris this morning before we coming treasury auction sure before we discuss some of the treasury auction i want to just briefly dwell on the volatility that we saw back in february the bank for international settlements saying in its latest quarterly review that this means that the process of normalising accomodative monetary policies is going to be a tricky task for central banks what does it mean for investors are they going to have to alter some of their strategy as well in light of the volatility that we saw will definitely be.
"air defense systems" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To moscow this week where's kingdom agreed to by russia's powerful s four hundred air defence system david while npr news washington the top house democrat calls the white house's decision to allow more employers to opt out of providing birth control in insurance packages despicable how minority leader nancy pelosi calls it an appalling decision to that deny women the basic coverage for contraception required under the affordable care act also known as obamacare house speaker paul ryan calls the decision a landmark day for religious liberty it's still not clear what president trump met last night when he called a gathering of military leaders the calm before the storm when asked for an explanation trump said wait and see press secretary sarah huckabee sanders didn't elaborate in the white house briefing today were never going to say in advance what the president's going to do and as he said last night in addition to those comments you'll have to wait and see four us soldiers were killed this week the pentagon announced today there were part of a joint us and neige air train advise and assist mission officials say the soldier side wednesday in southwest need share as a result of hostile fire while on a reconnaissance patrol there were assigned to the third special forces group from fort bragg north carolina this is npr news and this is wnyc's in new york on sean carlsson new york will give instate tuition rates to students from puerto rico and the us virgin islands who were displaced by recent hurricanes the state university of new york board of trustees approved the initiative today at the direction of governor andrew cuomo new york authorize in state tuition for students displaced by hurricane katrina in two thousand and five and the 2010 earthquake in haiti rates vary between states public colleges and.