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"anouchka astana" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

07:30 min | Last month

"anouchka astana" Discussed on Today in Focus

"W Bush when he became president of versus Al Gore. Thousand Continue. Just. Clothing that very close election. At, the Supreme Court, this morning more please we're filed dealing with the manual recounting votes now obviously an extraordinary decision and you know we don't know if that's GONNA come up. Okay. So you've told me about a lot of things that might be at stake A-. Bama. Care the process of the election women's rights with Roe v Wade. What about other minority rights I think the other real danger for Progressive America is that gay rights specially, the right to marry is possibly overturned. The court actually decided not to take a case of the took another look at the landmark decision to extend gay rights and to make gay marriage legal with to the conservative justices stated in their opinion that they did in fact, find this decision to be worthy of scrutiny and perhaps reversed. Wow, that is really chilling because it's almost like a statement like we're not gonNA take this case we might just wait until there is a sixth conservative vote. An environmental legislation is. Clearly, a concerned for progressives could that be threatened to? Yes. So if a future President Biden past something like the green new deal. That would be the kind of thing that would come before the court. and. You would likely see challenges by the you know energy industry. For example, I mean I'm just giving the likely scenario that there's passage of some sweeping laws that those get challenged by industry that it ends up at the Supreme Court and those kinds of really you know big legislation to tackle some of these huge environmental problems to tackle the climate crisis guess reversed. This should be a straightforward and prompt confirmation should be very easy. Good luck. It's going to be very quick. Since that moment in the Rose Garden West. So many powerful Republicans lined up to star Barrett's confirmation process. We've had quite a significant development, which is perhaps because of that event itself at least eight people who attended the Supreme Court nomination ceremony at the White House last weekend have now tested positive for cove nineteen. Does that mean fifty base might now happen before the election? If you asked me a week ago whether any coney barons definitely be confirmed I would have said, yes, there is nothing that is gonNa stop this from happening. Of course, you know in the in the wake of the super spreader event and includes two members of the Senate Judiciary, committee north, Carolina Senator Thom Tillis, and Utah Senator Mike. Lee. Have both contracting the virus. It definitely has created the slight possibility that there's for example, noth- sick Republicans who are truly ill and cannot attend hearing to vote I. Don't think anyone is really holding their breath of that's going to happen. Now already. Some of the same individuals who tried every. Conceivable dirty trick to obstruct Justice Gorsuch. And Justice Cavanaugh. Lining, up to proclaim the third. Time. Will be the charm now. There is one car that Democrats hold and that is the threat that they've been making that activists have been making, and that is to add more justices to the court they want to pack the court. So the Constitution does not state that Supreme Court needs to have nine justices The number nine was settled on back in eighteen, sixty nine in the years before that, the number of justices was moved around. Now the last time this became a serious discussion was in nineteen thirty seven. When FDR was getting lot of his proposals you know blocked by the court. So he was basically threatening to add more justices and all that would require is you know it be a law passed like any other law right now it is being discussed as a possible remedy for Democrats if they should take control and Joe Biden has been asked about this and he is in a very wise political move. Not Commenting Joe Biden has refused to answer the question. So I think the American people really like to know if judge Amy Conybeare it is confirmed that the Supreme Court of the United States are you Joe Biden? If somehow you win this election going to pack the Supreme Court to get your way it would be hugely controversial the least probably half the country thinking it was over step by Democrats. The American people are voting right now and it should be their decision. About who will serve on this most important body for a lifetime I think that there's of you right now that Republicans have used their power you know as A. Sledgehammer and the decision to nominate and the eventual confirmation. Of judge a Barrett is really case important that let the American people fill that seat in the White House and then fill that seat on the United States Supreme Court and the Democrats perhaps have not been willing to to go the same distance when they've had power. Whether. It happens or not is an open question. It sounds pretty hypothetical at the moment and say, let me finally just bring us back to what I guess is the most likely scenario right now. which is the Amy Kenny Barrett take see in the supreme core potentially within weeks. What would that mean for America I think what it would mean for America's that even as the country becomes. More Democratic that even as we see, you know states like Texas becoming more purple and potentially blue because of demographic changes across the country that the laws that are passed to make the country more progressive to reflect those changing views that those. Are stopped dead in their tracks by Supreme Court. That holds a six three majority for decades and decades to come. Stephanie thank you very much. Thank you. That was Stephanie Catch Gassner an investigative reporter at Guardian us do go to the Guardian Dot Com to read her brilliant reporting around this and around many other issues. She's also previously done a really interesting episode of today and focus with us about an S. O. Group. I do recommend you listen to that as well. Thank you for listening as ever and thank you for all your reviews and feedback. You can always tweet me at. Anouchka Astana. Not, set, for today, this episode was produced by Rosedale our bt. Sound design was by Akzo Kukuchi the executive producers on Cold Jack said and Phil may not. We'll. Be Back Tomorrow..

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"anouchka astana" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

03:30 min | 9 months ago

"anouchka astana" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Only in January rendu Jawara. Nato University Delhi J. New as it's called 'em at amid. I'm it is a young man. He's a Muslim man and Ahmed told me what happened to him. On the night of January fifth just before seven in the evening when the campus is dark and quiet it come to this residence hall. As he was standing outside he looked to his right and he noticed a group of fifty or sixty moss men and women coming towards him. They were carrying sticks and clubs. One of them's swinging a sledgehammer. I'm scared so he ran inside. The residence hall ran up to his friends room and locked the door but the lights off hoping that nobody would notice them could kill his group of people slamming into rooms the shattered glass on the doors in one case. They threw somebody off a balcony. They beat up a blind kid. The entire attack lost about half an hour. This violent attack taking place. At one of India's world-famous universities shot the country but what was perhaps most chilling was who might be responsible. Amish could see that. Some of them were members of campus. Political Group called Achil- Bharti Videotape Parisian. It's affiliated to a right-wing Hindu nationalist organization known as the R S S. And that's significant because of its close ties to the political party but is currently ruling. India under the leadership of prime minister. Narendra Modi outside. The Gate of the campus police had gathered. They didn't go into the university to stop these attacks. They stayed outside the university gates to make sure nobody else could go in. The entire night was a night in which a campus political group allied to the party. That rules India was allowed to run riot. Beat people up smashed property with the active connivance and complicity of the police. The author and Guardian Writer. Some subur- Manian believes that this clash of politics at the new university mirrors the growing tensions in India more broadly. This country led by Hindu nationalist. Prime Minister Narendra Modi who has pursued increasingly hardline policies since his landslide reelection last year for the most recent of these policies the controversial citizenship at the many elevating. Hindus above Muslims has ignited a massive nationwide backlash on Monday as mody welcomed. Us President Donald Trump to India. A politician he's been compared to those protests intensified and then turned deadly today. We're also keeping close focus on the developments coming in from the national capital on the violence that broke out on the streets of Nolte's daily from the Guardian. I'm Anouchka Astana today. Focus what rising Hindu nationalism means for India.

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"anouchka astana" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

02:31 min | 10 months ago

"anouchka astana" Discussed on Today in Focus

"The EU after forty seven years of membership at eleven pm tonight. The last five years have been the most remarkable period in British politics report on. I've watched all of it closely. So I'm going to take you back through and that with Brexit Heh is there a silver lining the remains Mr Speaker. Once again he cannot ask questions about the economy began writing about politics in a much. Calmer time than there became a member of what's known the lobby that's reporters based inside parliament in two thousand and nine. I'm big stories the financial crash. MP's expenses coalition Howie. Listen talks but in each case we essentially had a majority government and that meant that was always a level of stability. It's very clear now that the referendum changed everything it shut the door to conventional period of British politics and opened another one to eight jaw. Dropping time will quite possibly be the most is to crushing and complete defeat. Any government is suffered. It was the day we were supposed to leave so all the more humiliating for the Prime Minister to be quite oldest looking. Get things right now. I haven't got the foggiest idea what it's going to happen in the coming weeks. It wasn't totally clear at first. What had changed? But when I look back now I realize that the brexit years defined by the biggest names in politics betting their entire careers sometimes sometimes on a single throw of the dice. I'm most of them. Got It wrong. I think the country was fresh Ashley leadership so I am today announcing that I will resign as leader of the conservative as I will not lead the party in any future general election campaign from the Guardian Dan. I'm Anouchka Astana today. In focus on the day we leave the European Union looking back at five chaotic years of Brexit. Gambles.

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"anouchka astana" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

02:13 min | 11 months ago

"anouchka astana" Discussed on Today in Focus

"In the early hours of Friday morning a US air strike at Baghdad apple targeted. I killed an Iranian General General Qasim Sulejmani. Thank you very much and good afternoon. As president my highest the solemn duty is the defence of our nation and its citizens last night at my direction. The United States military successfully executed a flawless precision. Strike that killed a number one terrorist anywhere in the World Qasim salomone. I think there's no doubt that this is the biggest. US SCOPE since Osama bin Laden in May two thousand eleven but it is far more strategically significant significant than Bin. Laden's killing Qassem. Suleimani was the most powerful person in the Middle East. His influence strode the continent. He had shaped to phase in Syria. He had shaped the war in Iraq. He was extremely influential in Lebanon and his tentacles extended to Yemen. I answered this question that He was the most influential person in the region and to assess an item is a defining moment a defining moment that has already led to threats and recrimination 's with troops on notice demobilize and US allies urging restraint in the four days since the assassination. Iran has vowed to take revenge with chance of death to America in the country's parliament. Donald Trump tweeted that if Iran strikes any American or American asset than list of fifty two Iranian targets including important. Cultural sites will be hit very fast. I'm very hard from the Guardian. I'm Anouchka Astana today today. In focus the assassination of Qassam Suleimani. On.

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"anouchka astana" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"anouchka astana" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Today author and activist Naomi Klein on a radical political solution for the climate crisis and right to die trilling on the shocking discovery of thirty nine bodies inside a lorry in Essex since on fire is that Jane Fonda read the Book and she called me and said I'm changing my life and she's just been getting arrested now every week day weekend and I was reading Naomi Klein's new book and it really hit me how urgent this issue is but when she Naomi Klein went from being a child of the consumerist nineteen eighties to become a superstar of the anti-globalization movement in the nineteen ninety s her era defining book no logo was all about human rights in economics but then there was one thing missing from her critique of capitalism twenty s later climbed believes that tackling the climate crisis needs to be at the heart of a radical new plan to restructure politics and the economy but cam the green new deal really become a reality from the Guardian I'm Anouchka Astana today's Focus Niamey Klein on the need for an urgent political response into a climate emergency.

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"anouchka astana" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"anouchka astana" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Happy to stop and yeah young so missile the person you're about to hear from has been at the heart of Hong Kong's Pro Democracy protests from day one we're going to change your voice okay perfect he remembers an extraordinary sight on that Sunday June the nine one million people filling the streets at the beginning it was peaceful but now is different because now as one it's very tense tickets everywhere to police use countless awesome rubber bullets and sponge birds like thousands of others he has returned to the streets we can we count with the growing roar of anger in the face of increasingly brutal crackdown he says this is the fight of their lives and they are not giving up freedom is not free so you have to risk a certain things to fight for what you want what started arou- waiver piece of legislation has turned into a battle for the soul of Hong Kong with no apparent end in sight from the audion I'm Anouchka Astana today InFocus eighteen weeks of turmoil in Hong Kong through the eyes of warm protester The.

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"anouchka astana" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"anouchka astana" Discussed on Today in Focus

"On the viral video app take talk and journalist Marie Lecomte a why gossip matters in politics the latest is tick Tock and how it moderates its enormously successful viral short video app it's what enormously successful short viral Video App Oh yeah you got game on your phone you gotta so what you'll dust bank if your age of the Internet you can think of it as vine for Gen Z. Broom brew if you're older even than that reference making sense it's an out the less you share fifteen second long videos the has somewhere in the order of half a billion users worldwide if you're over twenty five you're probably not on it but this social media giant is now thought to be bigger than twitter and Within snapchat last week comments by facebook. CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitting that Tick Tock is a growing competitor will lead to the media now questions have been raised about its ethics after the Guardian reveal that the company sensit- videos that might upset the Chinese government from the Guardian and I'm Anouchka Astana today infocus what's really going on with take talk.

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"anouchka astana" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"anouchka astana" Discussed on Today in Focus

"So I've been here all week and I've traveled through two states and come across too a big fires last night across a really big fire that was eating into a three four kilometers stretch of rainforest. We stumbled on it completely by accident where you're driving down the road. I said to the driver fire on the horizon or is that rain coming down is that is it a storm on the horizon what is dot and we couldn't smell anything and he said that's just rain and we got closer and it started to look like the cyclone and then we realized it was absolutely enormous stretch of jungle ongole that was going up in smoke charcoal colored clouds mushroom to this guy and below hundreds of capital looking on slightly amused used the pre law areas a little bit but a lot of people here in fact this despite the west the wild west so we could have drawn up to try and get a better look at the fire and it's pretty obvious what we're doing. We're taking photographs and there's no soul to be seen once. We'd filmed old it. We drove it the nearest branch to to which the land seem to belong and we didn't find anyone there was really really really eerily quiet the lights were on outside the wooden houses and then. I looked past the dog dog dog. The Gate and we saw all these plastic canisters petrol canisters is an outside too big barrels of petrol but just been erroneously anti gentleness side and the photographer said to me and said that looks like a crime the that's Tom Phillips Guardians Latin America correspondent those petrol candy store in the Amazon rainforest forest last week indicated that this fire had been started deliberately. I'm the same is true for many of the other fires that have been burning at such an alarming rate this year there have been more than seventy thousand detected with an increase of eighty four percent compared to the before but according to Tom who was completing a two thousand kilometer trip through the worst affected Amazon states when we spoke the fires are just one part of the story a story that is about a far-right leader a frightening new level of deforestation and the increasing danger to the lives of the indigenous communities. I'm the environmental activists. They were trying to protect the Amazon from the Guardian. I'm Anouchka Astana today. InFocus Jabil Sonora on the future in the world's largest rape.

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"anouchka astana" Discussed on podnews

podnews

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"anouchka astana" Discussed on podnews

"In the latest poll news, Stitcher has a new logo a bit more. Modern Habid. Boulder says the company podcasters are asked to update their listen badges visiting the partner portal and then hit promote this show. Stitcher is now also the parent brand of mid roll and air wolf. The guardian is to launch your daily flagship podcast. By the end of the year, the host has been announced as Anouchka Astana who is currently the newspapers, joint political editor. Leo Hornak is EP Bose is usually the launch sponsor, and acoss will represent the podcast pod crypt is a proposed new app for sharing money with podcasters based on how much you listen, it will use crypto currency and a progressive web app telegram group to join. If you think it's a good idea. How does the YouTube algorithm work will link to an article all about that? It's based on how long users stay watching a video. It seems digital. Discuss his podcast measurement and attribution. Dan Grainger from media agency. Oxford road says, quote, attribution has been a challenge for more than a century and will likely be a challenge a century from now. It never goes away. Nick cough from pod, suggests serial season. Three is the single biggest podcasts sponsorship deal ever. ZipRecruiter have tweeted that the show will include a show within a show. NPR will be placing fundraising support messages within aids podcasts in two thousand nineteen as an experiment and pod tracks. Top US publishers for August have been announced. Total global downloads are up forty eight percent year on year. Earlier this month, we learned that pod track measures, two point, eight percent of available podcasts

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"anouchka astana" Discussed on podnews

podnews

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"anouchka astana" Discussed on podnews

"In the latest poll news, Stitcher has a new logo a bit more. Modern Habid. Boulder says the company podcasters are asked to update their listen badges visiting the partner portal and then hit promote this show. Stitcher is now also the parent brand of mid roll and air wolf. The guardian is to launch your daily flagship podcast. By the end of the year, the host has been announced as Anouchka Astana who is currently the newspapers, joint political editor. Leo Hornak is EP Bose is usually the launch sponsor, and acoss will represent the podcast pod crypt is a proposed new app for sharing money with podcasters based on how much you listen, it will use crypto currency and a progressive web app telegram group to join. If you think it's a good idea. How does the YouTube algorithm work will link to an article all about that? It's based on how long users stay watching a video. It seems digital. Discuss his podcast measurement and attribution. Dan Grainger from media agency. Oxford road says, quote, attribution has been a challenge for more than a century and will likely be a challenge a century from now. It never goes away. Nick cough from pod, suggests serial season. Three is the single biggest podcasts sponsorship deal ever. ZipRecruiter have tweeted that the show will include a show within a show. NPR will be placing fundraising support messages within aids podcasts in two thousand nineteen as an experiment and pod tracks. Top US publishers for August have been announced. Total global downloads are up forty eight percent year on year. Earlier this month, we learned that pod track measures, two point, eight percent of available podcasts for all the links, many more stories and to subscribe to our free daily newsletter, visit pod news dot net.

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New logo for Stitcher; new daily podcast for The Guardian

podnews

01:54 min | 2 years ago

New logo for Stitcher; new daily podcast for The Guardian

"In the latest poll news, Stitcher has a new logo a bit more. Modern Habid. Boulder says the company podcasters are asked to update their listen badges visiting the partner portal and then hit promote this show. Stitcher is now also the parent brand of mid roll and air wolf. The guardian is to launch your daily flagship podcast. By the end of the year, the host has been announced as Anouchka Astana who is currently the newspapers, joint political editor. Leo Hornak is EP Bose is usually the launch sponsor, and acoss will represent the podcast pod crypt is a proposed new app for sharing money with podcasters based on how much you listen, it will use crypto currency and a progressive web app telegram group to join. If you think it's a good idea. How does the YouTube algorithm work will link to an article all about that? It's based on how long users stay watching a video. It seems digital. Discuss his podcast measurement and attribution. Dan Grainger from media agency. Oxford road says, quote, attribution has been a challenge for more than a century and will likely be a challenge a century from now. It never goes away. Nick cough from pod, suggests serial season. Three is the single biggest podcasts sponsorship deal ever. ZipRecruiter have tweeted that the show will include a show within a show. NPR will be placing fundraising support messages within aids podcasts in two thousand nineteen as an experiment and pod tracks. Top US publishers for August have been announced. Total global downloads are up forty eight percent year on year. Earlier this month, we learned that pod track measures, two point, eight percent of available podcasts

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