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05:53 min | Last week

"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"5. I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports update, Brian. All right, thanks very much, Dan, the time about 17 minutes before the top of the hour. This is Bloomberg daybreak. Brian Curtis, along with Rashad, salaman, joining us is Ariel Cohen, senior fellow at Atlantic council. We wanted to talk a little bit more about the Ukraine war and also bring in China as well. Ariel Cohen, thank you very much for joining us here on the program. This is tragically shaping up to be a much longer war than perhaps many people thought. Indeed, the Russians thought that they will defeat Ukraine in a week. That didn't happen. The Ukrainians had some impressive advances, but these did not break the backbone of the Russian military. And Putin is going into a long war mode mobilizing hundreds of thousands of people rearranging the industry to supply the military and tweeting while of the chief of general staff as the commander of the what they call the special military operation, commander in the field in Ukraine, whether this is going to change anything, remains to be seen, I am expecting pretty serious battles up military operations on both sides, we now notice that Belarus, the country that lies between Ukraine, Russia and Poland is at play, it's a satellite of Russia. They even have an agreement for a union state, so Putin, who is paying Belarusians Bill is trying to dictate to Bill Russia what to do militarily and the dictator of Belarus and a comfortable Cassandra is resisting, but I will not be surprised if Putin managers to critical engage Belarus in the military. The thing is, I know of a 59 year old who escaped from Russia because he was going to be conscripted now. It's a 59 year old has been conscripted into the Russian army. You've got to wonder what their war fighting capability is like. Not just in terms of personnel, but in material. Yes, we saw that the Russians are sending older tanks to the front line. They are recruits are not trained well. But having said that, we see that Russia managed to destroy a good part of the Ukrainian energy infrastructure. I was supposed to be interviewed by Ukrainian journalists today. They couldn't do it because they didn't have electricity in Kyiv. So this may go on for a while and it is absolutely crucial for my point of view that the west is coherent that we coordinate with our European allies, including Germany that just lost its minister of defense today. And that we support Ukraine till Ukraine wins against Russia. So we'll Russia now switch this from being a special military operation into a fully fledged war. It is a forward fledged war. It was a fully fledged war from the beginning they had four massive groupings of the military trying to attack Ukraine's civil benefit. And Russia will be increasingly in the war footing, whether this is going to resolve it or not remains to be seen. It is a very high in it's very difficult to project how it's going to end. But if it's a protracted war, if the west is serious about what we're doing, it's the western economic power of combined what, 45, $46 trillion versus Russia's 1.5 trillion on a good day. So at the end of the day, though, Ariel, you look at this when the chips do fall, I mean, is there first of all, a face saving end to this for Vladimir Putin. Number two, no matter which way the chips do fall. Is he really the moment finished as a Russian leader? I think Putin has finished the Russian leader. It's a matter of time. Nobody who conducted a war that unsuccessful remained in power, historically in Russia. And I'm looking at 500 years of history. Either these people died in office, like sorry, Ivan the fourth or nickel is the first who lost the Crimean War or their removed one way or another. So the prognosis for Putin who reportedly is ill is not great. The prognosis for Russia as long as it's occupying Ukrainian territory and there's no peace treaty is not great. So they pay for themselves into that quarter and I wish them luck. We want to bring in China. It seems like China along with the many changes that it has made of late Vis-à-vis COVID and some of its other policies has kind of pulled back a bit from Russia. Is that a factor at all here? There are different opinions on that. I know experts who think that China is in full court press support of Russia with two notable exceptions that do not provide ammunition and they don't violate sanctions. But other than that, they bought their buying a lot of Russian raw materials with discounts, gas, oil, timber lumber metals, et

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"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:11 min | 2 months ago

"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Appreciate that business flash here. We need to get the latest on the Ukraine. This is a fluid situation, of course. But we need to speak to some experts and get the real sense of what's going on there. We do that right now with doctor Ariel Cohen. He's a senior fellow at the Atlantic council Eurasia center. He also served as a senior research fellow in Russian and Eurasian studies in international energy policy at the heritage foundation. The author of 6 books. He's been doing this stuff a long time, folks. Doctor Cohn, thanks so much for joining us here. Boy, I guess I think about the last 24 or 48 hours, it seems like the world kind of dodged a bullet if you will in that this missile strike in Poland, you know, perhaps was not a premeditated act on the part of Russia, but boy, it just highlights how risky things are over there and maybe potentially getting even worse. What's your current state of affairs over there? Absolutely. This is probably the worst deterioration in the global security field since the Cuban missile crisis. But the Cuban missile crisis was resolved quickly, both the U.S. and the Soviet Union did not want a nuclear war here. It's different because Vladimir Putin deliberately threatened the use of tactical nuclear weapons in Ukraine and wanted the world to walk him back from the break and he really, really wanted attention. He got it. Now it looks like China and India are sort of distancing in different ways, but distancing themselves from Russia, including in the recent G 20 summit chairman C, who just won the power struggle in Beijing, was very careful not to criticize Russia directly, but the statement about the necessity to avoid the nuclear war was their front and center, of course, Russia said they are against the nuclear war as well. But what you see here is a prolonged protracted conflict in Ukraine, Russia thinks the time is on its side because it has more human resources and a greater industrial capacity. Whereas the Moscow power circle think that the west will lose interest. They hope that the Republicans would win both houses and mistakenly, in my opinion, thought that the Republicans will not support Ukraine and with the exception of some fringe figures who got reelected recently. The majority of the Republican Party and Republican voters do support our 8 to the struggle of the Ukrainian people for their freedom. So put this into some perspective for us when it comes to the situation with Poland at the moment. I believe the investigation is still ongoing in terms of, I believe, what is being called a stray missile that then hit Polish territory and I should add NATO territory as well. President Biden's been very vocal about saying any inch of NATO, the United States will, of course, go to defend. But there are historical dynamics between Poland, Ukraine, and then Poland, Russia. Highlight to our audience why that's so important. The missile fell in the Polish territory close to the Ukrainian border. The missile appeared to missiles appear to be at this moment, the Ukrainian anti aircraft missiles that hit air Russian missile that was flying towards a Ukrainian target probably energy target and the President Biden said that because Russia started this war, but the ultimate responsibility is with Russia. Two people were killed in Poland for a moment it looked like a Russian strike against Polish territory that would, of course, escalate this war to a whole new level, but looks like thankfully this is not the case and we very much hope that this is not going to be a step in escalation, but escalation is deliberate Russian destruction of the Ukrainian energy infrastructure in which hundreds of thousands of civilians remain without electricity and heat in the middle of the war. So the Russians are trying to break the spirit of resistance in Ukraine. Doctor Cohen, you know, we're now many months into this war in Ukraine. We're coming upon the winter season in that part of the world. Based upon your experience, how do you think this war resolves itself? How do you think it plays out and maybe over what time frame? I think we are going to see fighting in winter, which is brutal, it will get into the negative tens and 20s occasionally there. Or the thaw may be freezing, but it's still December through march is quite nasty. Then there'll be a little hiatus when the mud season strikes late March early April and then into the summer. So I see probably close to another year unless something major happens. Look, Russian history teaches us that every char, every ruler that loses a war loses power and mister Putin is a great student of Russian history. He knows he will not be an exception. All right, doctor Ariel Cohen, thank you so much for joining us there. We appreciate getting your thoughts and your perspective. Doctor Ariel Cohen, he's a senior fellow at the Atlantic council Eurasia center getting the latest on the fighting in Ukraine and it's doctor Cohen was saying pretty it doesn't seem to be any resolution in sight at this point. Yeah, and even I believe the joint chief of staff The Pentagon yesterday is talking about, well, the timeline is

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"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You every 15 minutes during the training day to fight here on Bloomberg radio. I'm John Tucker, and that is your Bloomberg business flash. Matt and Paul. All right, John Tucker, thank you so much. We appreciate that. Time to go geopolitics right here. We're gonna round table this series of stories. Doctor Ariel Cohen, senior fellow at the Atlantic council Eurasia center joins us as well as ros mathison. She covers Bloomberg news executive editor for international government joins us here to talk about a whole host of geopolitical issues and let's start with Ukraine because it seems to have ratcheted up over the weekend and doctor Cohn I like to start there. Just give us your thoughts on kind of how you see the situation in Ukraine. Maybe the events over the weekend and maybe what's next to come. Okay, so on the 8th of October 1 day after Putin 17th earth day. There was an explosion on the kitchen bridge that's a bridge that connected Crimean Peninsula with the mainland. And it disrupted the traffic on the bridge, most of the traffic is repaired now. It's multi media bridge. It has cars, railroad, electricity and whatnot. So it's a strategic supply line for the Russian military in the Crimea and in the south of Ukraine in the concerned region. After that, the Russians started bombarding Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, the kharkiv, the second largest

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Techmeme Ride Home

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"ariel cohen" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Conversely, we have our candidate for the first one out the door to test the IPO waters in this economy. According to a report corporate expense management tool startup, trip actions, valued at $7.25 billion just a year ago in October 2021, has confidentially filed for a U.S. IPO in Q two of 2023, seeking a $12 billion valuation. Quoting TechCrunch. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic trip actions was primarily known for merging many aspects of corporate trip booking, flights hotels and rental cars with expense tracking. But the Palo Alto based company was among the startups that was very hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, the global crisis resulted in its revenue dropping to $0, according to CEO and cofounder Ariel Cohen in March 2020, the company made headlines for laying off nearly 300 employees in the face of a slowdown in business related to the pandemic. It was at that point that trip actions made the decision to accelerate the timeline for its FinTech expense product trip actions liquid, which had launched only a month before the pandemic as the pandemic led to increased digitization across the board, employees were suddenly making spend decisions from outside the office and more merchants were accepting digital payments. By leaning full force into the spend management space, trip actions has been competing with the likes of brex ramp and air base among others in April, trip actions shared with me some stats around its recent growth at that time, the company told me that transaction volume processed via trip actions liquid. More than doubled by a 107% from January 2020 through March 2022 up. 1231% year over year end quote.

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"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:35 min | 4 months ago

"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Second biggest losers with 48% drawdowns, breaking market news and inside from Bloomberg experts. The fact is that we now have positive real yields according to market yields. We really see consumers trade up or trade down. I think we're breaking away from this idea that rates need to be at zero. This is Bloomberg markets. With all Sweeney and Matt Miller. On Bloomberg radio. All right, coming up in this half hour. We're going to check in with Katie greifeld cross asset reporter at Bloomberg news. We're talking ETFs, I think she and Matt have an ETF show today at 1 o'clock Wall Street. I'm going to get a little preview there. Plus, doctor Ariel Cohen, senior fellow at the Atlantic council Eurasia center, couldn't get the latest there on the Ukraine war, mister Putin and the risk ahead for Ukraine in the world coming out of that very dangerous part of the world. But first, let's check in with John Tucker Getty Bloomberg business flash jump. Yeah, as we look at the major averages right now, the S&P 500 edging higher the NASDAQ 100 off the best levels of the session of such technology shares leading kind of a cautious rebound in U.S. stocks at least for the moment. And then there's fed speak, the Federal Reserve bank of Boston presences and Collins in her first public speech since taking office says additional tightening is needed to rein in stubbornly high inflation, as she's also cautioned the process is going to require some job losses. Meantime, economists forecasted weakness in August data on factory orders for durable goods, one of this week's key economic indicators, let's get more from Bloomberg's Vinny del Judas. Economics is the record setting equipment spending recovery has lost steam. Putting America's manufacturing outlook in doubt. Business investment figures gleaned from regional Federal Reserve surveys point to moderation. We get the national durable goods data Tuesday. Also, this week, economists anticipate lackluster data on housing and consumer spending while jobless claims portend low unemployment for now. If any doubt should ice Bloomberg radio. As we wait for the possibility of some sort of intervention for the Bank of England, British pound Sterling right now, down about 7 tenths of a percent, we are at a dollar 7 88. S&P 500 three points higher, the NASDAQ 180 points higher. That's up 7 tenths of a percent right now. Yeah, the Dow Jones Industrial Average 49 points lower that is down about a tenth of a percent. And the two year yield right now up two basis points four 22 of the ten year of 8 basis points. That's a three 76. We check the markets for you every 15 minutes during the trading day right here on Bloomberg

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Bloomberg Radio New York

03:19 min | 8 months ago

"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Oil purchases to the end of the year Unfortunately with natural gas they lock themselves interest strategic attendance it will take probably about 5 years until 2027 to divest themselves from the Russian gas Yes and Hungary We've spoken about this in the past is not really signing off on that plan to kind of decouple from energy I think more broadly And now you have Serbia's president announcing that he has secured an extremely favorable deal for natural gas with Russia So in terms of trying to cut off you mentioned resources a moment ago in terms of trying to cut off Moscow from the money that it would need to continue to fund this effort I mean there are some severe challenges There are severe challenges on both sides I'll give you an example Russia is now shipping the T 72 and T 62 tanks to the front They said oh we can roll out 1200 tanks from the market ball But these are obsolete tanks that don't have nice fish and oftentimes that don't have rockets on them These are really old tanks in the Ukrainians are exceedingly Outstanding They are performing very well looking out Russian metal boxes with western made anti tank missiles So the question is at what point the Russia gets enough of a bloody nose and also to what extent the domestic public opinion turns against Putin I'm old enough to remember how the Afghanistan war turned against the communist regime in the Soviet Union to the point that the Soviet Union collapsed So far we didn't see anything like that in Russia but this is early stages of the war Very quickly here in about 40 seconds or so doctor Cohn what's your sense of how China is going to participate as we move forward here Any sense of that Absolutely China is being extremely cautious There is a famous Olympic memorandum with the 5000 word random signed between Putin and Xi Jinping during the Olympic Games in Beijing that said France the best transfer ever must have been but they're very cautious in terms of not giving support I think the Biden administration did a very good job warning China of all the repercussions that they may experience And I'll add one last thing that is extremely important Not only Putin is losing its massive market for gas and oil in Europe Putin is shutting the door for strategic components and products for Russian economy Okay Doctor Ariel Cohen of the Atlantic council this is Bloomberg This is a book Sebastian gorka here I am living a very blessed life as an intelligence analyst a national talk show host and author and I have an amazing family But like many of us aches and pains start to interfere with living my best life even just walking the dog but I found.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

04:25 min | 8 months ago

"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Ed Baxter This is Bloomberg Add let's talk geopolitics has been three months since Russia attacked Ukraine in the early morning hours Let's get an assessment from doctor Ariel Cohen senior fellow at Atlantic council Doctor Cohen three months into this war who's winning Is it Russia which is still persisting with its offensive or is it Ukraine which continues to resist When Ukraine has 20% of its territory occupied I can not say that it won decisively but everybody expected Russia to smash Ukraine in the first several days including the U.S. government to remember we pulled out our embassy from the capital creatives But Ukrainians put up fierce resistance I compare this war with the war in 1939 1940 between the Soviet Union and Finland when Finland had to give up some of its territory but at the same time say its independence when other countries such as the Baltic states when you're allowed to Estonia lost their independence So I think it's too early to tell I think Russia is pushing now with all it can Ukrainians are giving up some territory in the Donbass but in the longer term if the west perseveres if we give Ukrainians all the military gear that they need I do believe the Ukrainians still have a chance to turn the tide against Moscow Yes Vladimir Putin is certainly doubling down over the weekend He signed a new law enabling people over 42 enlist in the arms forces and so scrapping the age limit that speaks to the need for more soldiers and I would imagine that he's intent on continuing to fight for a while longer I mean is this going to be something that at least in the near term removes the possibility of any type of negotiated settlement There are contacts between the Russians and the Ukrainians all the time Prime minister president Erdoğan of turkey is trying to play a role however Russia still believes that with enough mobilization with enough push they can exhaust Ukraine After all I just checked the numbers for 2021 The Ukrainian GDP was between 155 to a 165 $1 billion Russia's GDP is ten times bigger However the west collectively is more than 12 times bigger than Russia So if the continuous shipping war material to Ukraine does have a chance Ukrainian is a defending their houses their homes their children and their women that unfortunately I have to tell you we're rate on must unmask and killed murdered by the Russians and what appears to be war crimes So Ukraine has an upper upper hand in terms of military spirit but Russia has more resources The question really is doctor Cohen is whether the west is as prepared as Ukraine is for a long fight When you say the west it depends Clearly France Italy and to certain extent Germany and also I would name Hungary are not prepared to stand up to Putin's aggression Germany actually turned 180° I am a part of a height level policy group called the lawyers group And we met our German colleagues for 5 years and Germany always pushed back on 2% of GDP being allocated for defense but now there's a sea change with all of Schultz who is still reaching out to Putin with the French president Macron but at the same time Germany is much more vociferous and also gives some gear to Ukraine Germany is also giving up Russian coal They will give up Russian.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 9 months ago

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"Thanks Tim Regional governors in Ukraine and reporting civilian deaths in the eastern Luhansk and Donetsk regions and the northern city of kharkiv They have also been explosions in neighboring Moldova Aerial Cohen with the Atlantic council's Eurasia center says this seems straight out of the Russian playbook When they are in crisis their strategy of the Russian strategy is to expand the perimeter of the crisis not to shrink it not to negotiate but they are convinced in their own superiority I would add that convinced erroneously Doctor Ariel Cohen tells Bloomberg Russia could expand into Baltic states even Finland or Sweden though he says that would be suicide if those nations do join NATO The former Minneapolis police officer who was convicted of murdering George Floyd is seeking a new trial An attorney for Derek Chauvin has filed an 82 page appeal arguing Chauvin did not receive a fair trial in Minneapolis where the incident took place He argues jurors felt pressured to convict in order to prevent potential riots if Chauvin was acquitted Harvard is joining other universities in dealing with its past ties to slavery The university is committing a $100 million to study and redress its ties to slavery and to create an endowed legacy of slavery fund Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake Howard by more than 2700 journalists.

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"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:32 min | 9 months ago

"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Whole of emerging markets I think 15 out of the 17 major emerging markets they've all seen reserves relative to money supply decline in the better part of the last three to 6 months I mean that's a real risk And I think that's something that a lot of investors are going to pay a lot more closer attention to as we move from inflation into growth concerns which is something that we expect to happen Which is happening now effectively So much going on in China we didn't even get to Russia which means we're just going to have to have you back I mean that's really the end of it Damien sassa or Bloomberg intelligence and a wealth of information as always Thank you so much We really appreciate it Let's go to our 99 one studios in Washington D.C. get world of national headlines with Nathan Hager Pretty Gupta is the war intensifies in Ukraine UN secretary general Antonio Guterres is pushing diplomacy He is meeting in Moscow today with Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov and president Vladimir Putin proposing a ceasefire and a humanitarian contact group to help evacuate civilians Guterres will be in Kyiv tomorrow to meet with president Vladimir zelensky Anytime regional governors in Ukraine are reporting more civilian deaths including the eastern Luhansk and Donetsk regions as well as the northern city of har kiv There have also been explosions in the separatist Transnistria region in neighboring Moldova Ariel Cohen with the Atlantic council's Eurasia center says this may be straight out of Russia's playbook When they are in crisis their strategy of the Russian strategy is to expand the perimeter of the crisis not to shrink it not to negotiate but they are convinced in their own superiority I would add that convinced erroneously Doctor Ariel Cohen spoke with us moments ago on Bloomberg markets defense secretary Lloyd Austin has just wrapped up a summit with more than 40 of his counterparts on offering more military support to Ukraine sources tell Bloomberg news German Chancellor Olaf scholz has signed off on sending 50 anti aircraft tanks Novak Djokovic will be allowed to defend his title at Wimbledon the number one in the world missed that chance at the Australian open because he isn't vaccinated The all England club says shots are not required to enter the UK and while vaccination is encouraged it will not be a condition of entry to compete Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries this is Bloomberg With the cost of living going up across the country you deserve a solution that offers some change BJ's Wholesale Club members can save an extra 50 cents per gallon at BJ's gas when they spend $100 in club or.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

05:59 min | 11 months ago

"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Greg ace who spent a fortune on lawn maintenance but now that I still have my house nothing So I really don't care what's going on Why are you trying to rub it Boy that is a racket that whole lawn maintenance stuff here in northern New Jersey suburban New Jersey Just crazy stuff All right over the weekend what got my attention with some comments from President Biden talking about regime change in Russia I mean he wants to talk about some banana Republican Latin America He was talking about Russia That really got my attention So I want to ask a professional all about this Doctor Ariel Cohen senior fellow of the Atlantic council Eurasia center get this speaks English Okay I'm with him there Hebrew interesting Russian and Ukrainian He is the person to talk about this stuff Doctor Cohen thanks so much for joining us here What did you make of President Biden's I guess kind of off script remark over the years off script It was too well delivered and it was good to me It sounded scripted It did What do you make of that Ariel Well I hope it was off script because you do not have the president of the United States talking about regime change in a major nuclear power that the main idea behind this war is that the worst somehow is trying to destroy Russia dismember Russia get put in out of office et cetera This was a gap and this is not the first time Joe Biden does this As you saw the White House tried to walk it back If the president decided and I know for a fact that there were no discussion and decision to go for regime change in any kind of systemic way we actually did not go for regime change during the Cold War the policy was containment and then push back under Reagan We did not talk about it The regime change as it happened was the handiwork of the Russian people themselves and this should be our policy now If you have Russians who understand the disastrous policy that president Putin pursued in Ukraine that understand the exorbitant costs that it will cost Russia and the Russian people they should do it possibly with our tacit support and with our using our media and talking to the Russian people above and beyond the heads of the leadership Doctor Cohen you know what shocks me about this whole thing in Ukraine is how badly president Putin kind of went about this how he misjudged everything it seems like Are you surprised Absolutely Are you surprised Yes I yes I am because I was in and out of Russia meeting with analysts and politicians and retired military speaking at events there before COVID And this thing about a big war as a cold and I picked up this was scheduled for 2020 That's why I was writing and publishing say that it's coming I was among those who predicted the war What I didn't predict is that fears and amazing resistance of the Ukrainian people Ukrainian military and also how poorly a dismally the Russian military is performing in Ukraine Look Ukraine is resisting now for a month to an operation that the Russians plan that will last three days they had their parade uniforms for a parade in Kyiv after three days They're talking about liberating the brotherly Slavic Christian orthodox folk in Ukraine And to do that they're now bringing his ball up from Lebanon Syrian mercenaries and the Chechen Islamists from Chechnya So they're bringing Muslims to kill Russian Orthodox Christians or Christian orthodox People who speak a language similar to Russian Hey you don't have to tell us This is a bad thing clearly I don't think I don't think many are in disagreement with President Biden when he calls Putin a butcher The question is why would you want to leave a butcher in power And I guess partially it's just about a diplomatic language that your everyday American doesn't speak because what I hear you saying is we are pushing for regime change but we want it to be indirect So what we do is we Put these massive sanctions on Russia which Putin clearly doesn't feel it has what palatial palace on the Black Sea right But the everyday Russian feels them And in fact more importantly the oligarchs surrounding him feel them and what we're hoping is you get a kind of Julius Caesar moment where they decide to dethrone him Is that the case Yes and no Putin feels it because Russia will suffer I mean the economic sanctions impact just beginning today from all the polling data that I saw and it's very unreliable You really need to drill down who's falling and who are they working for But basically I would say 60% of the Russians are supporting this bloody war and Russia already lost probably as many people in one month as they're.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Or is ousted Having said that there's another failure and that is of military leadership and military performance All that short of the biggest escalation both very ill for mister Putin and for Russia That was Ariel Cohen senior fellow at Atlantic council talking to my colleagues at Richard salama and Brian Curtis So during daybreak Asia a little bit earlier on in programming let me just mention some breaking news across the Bloomberg headline Italy's NL the energy giant is to exit Russia and they're talking about doing that within months This is according to the CEO to another company asking itself tough questions about its operations within Russia NL calls for regulation to curb gas market volatility So some news lines coming through from the Italian energy giant coming up on Bloomberg at daybreak Europe but I'm going to step away to prepare for Bloomberg surveillance the earlier edition on Bloomberg TV and you'll hear this earlier that also on some outlets on Bloomberg radio Caroline Hepburn will be back with you shall be joined by Monica defend global head of research at amundi There'll be looking at the movements in markets We're seeing stocks to the upside now up by two tenths of 1% so Ayaz U.S. futures pair their losses when he flat on E minis right now We are seeing a bit of a move to the upside for European stocks The NL share price certainly got a bit of a boost from that latest headline this is Bloomberg Now.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

06:07 min | 1 year ago

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"And via the Bloomberg business app Good morning I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Moscow and global stocks are tumbling this morning We're coming up to 5 O one on Wall Street and we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S&P futures down 47 points down futures down 328 NASDAQ futures down 177 the Dax in Germany is down 3.6% The ten year treasury of 9 30 seconds yield 1.90% they yield on the two year 1.50% and the Euro 1.1310 against the dollar Nathan Well carrying these dramatic moves in markets come as tensions build between Russia and Ukraine Moscow's military buildup near the border means this could be a decisive week in the conflict Amy Morris has the latest from our Bloomberg 99 one newsroom in Washington Vladimir Putin says the U.S. has failed to meet his demands the U.S. warns an invasion is imminent National security adviser Jake Sullivan told CBS's face the nation There's a possibility there will be a major military action very soon They could launch a military action essentially at any time They could do so this coming week But of course it still awaits the go order Sullivan says Putin could move before the Winter Olympics end February 20th President Biden spoke with Putin for a little more than an hour on Saturday with no real progress Russia repeatedly denies any intention of invading Ukraine In Washington I made me more as Bloomberg daybreak All right Amy thank you reaction pouring into the potential conflict over Ukraine Ariel Cohen a senior fellow at the Atlantic council says an invasion looks imminent We do not give Putin what he wants I think he will invade Ukraine He has an excuse His demands are impossible to fulfill such as rolling back NATO to the lines of 1997 And I think he deliberately demanded such harsh demands in order to have a pretext to cast those belly to invade Ukraine Ariel Cohen with the Atlantic council says Russia has denied plans to attack The White House's threatening sweeping sanctions in response to any incursion Well carrying these tensions over Ukraine have stocks selling off this morning overnight Stocks in Asia slid for a second session Let's get the recap from Bloomberg's Juliette Sally in Singapore Good morning Juliet Good morning Nathan and Karen the MSCI Asia Pacific index fell over 1% Japanese stocks among the worst performers as they played catch up following a three day weekend than a K two two 5 was down by 2.3% in Tokyo China's CSI 300 in the equity market in Hong Kong which is also facing a COVID outbreak traded in the red energy stock so buck the trend across the region climbing as oil added to an 8 week winning run and the bank of Japan intervened in the bond market to put a cap on ten year yields which had risen to a 6 year high by offering to buy an unlimited amount of 5 to ten year In Singapore Juliet sali Bloomberg daybreak Gilead thank you stocks in Europe this morning are under even more pressure Let's go live to London and get the latest with Bloomberg's Ewan paws Good morning Ewan Good morning Karen and Nathan you're up stock 600 plunging to a three week low today currently trading down 2.8% Every single sector in the red this morning would travel on leisure stocks and banks among the worst performers Companies exposure to Russia and Eastern Europe under pressure and clarion slumping today That's after the Swiss chemicals maker said it's launching a probe into possible accounting irregularities it's also delayed publishing its full year earnings Clarion shares down 18% live in London I'm you and Potts brimberg daybreak All right you and thanks for also seeing geopolitical tensions have an impact on energy markets at one point this morning crude rallied more than 1% to hit its highest level in 8 years checking prices now West Texas intermediate crude is little changed up a penny at 93.7 cents a barrel Brent is little changed as well at $94 40 cents Well Nathan Ukraine tensions are dealing another blow to markets that are already skittish about inflation and interest rates forecast call for as many as 7 rate hikes from the fed this year San Francisco fed president Mary Daly says the Central Bank needs to be measured in its approach What I would favor is moving in March and then watching measuring being very careful about what we see ahead of us And then taking the next interest rate increase when it seems the best place to do that And that could be in the next meeting or it could be a meeting away And San Francisco fed president Mary Daly made the comments on face the nation from CBS you can hear the program every Sunday right here on Bloomberg radio Look for more inflation data this week Karen and that could mean more unsettling numbers for the U.S. economy Bloomberg's vinyl giudice reports Economists say February's producer price index will remain elevated after January's increase at 9.7% the second highest since 2010 the supply chain is slowly untangling post pandemic higher labor costs reflection of worker shortages are also at play Data and January import prices are also forecast to remain elevated keeping pressure on consumer prices Any doubt should I Bloomberg daybreak If any thank you well as COVID cases ease across the country back to the office plans are coming back as it turns out a growing number of white collar workers do not want to return to the office full time We get the details live from Bloomberg's reneed a young good morning radiator Good morning Karen just 3% of white collar workers want to return to the office 5 days a week That's according to a poll by management consultancy advanced workplace associates which warns employees will quit if companies force them back full-time 86% of the 10,000 employees polled globally would work from home at least two days a week People from all age groups at a broad range of industries felt the same way and advanced workplace associates managing director Andrew mawson says bosses who are not sensitive to their employees needs will suffer accordingly Live in New York I'm ranita young Bloomberg daybreak Okay renita thanks Right now S&P futures are down 43.

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"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Those about to get underway Chancellor Olaf schulze of Germany heads to Kyiv tomorrow and then meets with Vladimir Putin on Tuesday But Ariel Cohen he's senior fellow at the Atlantic council tells us here on Bloomberg daybreak Asia It's looking like Russia could invade Ukraine if Putin Kent forced NATO to take a big step back CBS reports the U.S. is preparing to withdraw all U.S. personnel from Kyiv rapidly and sources tell us the U.S. design additional aid for Ukraine Hong Kong is shifting to triage mode as COVID cases surge one university study says COVID cases there could skyrocket to catastrophic levels shortly shortages being reported in some grocery stores Ottawa's mayor says he thinks they have a deal to get the trucker convoy out of his city and guacamole shortage could be coming in the U.S. Mexico says the U.S. has suspended all imports of Mexican avocados after a U.S. plant safety inspector in Mexico was apparently threatened Global news 24 hours a day on Erdoğan Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries In the news among Denise Pellegrini this is Bloomberg Paul All right thanks very much Denise We joined the south hour by Xi chanda He's founder and CEO at crystal We were very closely watching China at the moment as I mentioned a moment ago where watching the PBOC to see what action it takes in terms of stimulating the economy But there's a kind of difficult to get a read on how China is performing right now after the usual seasonal lunar new year disruptions And that's great So China the data coming out of China has been slowing for the last 6 or 8 months We look at things as production at the MI and so on And also you have the real estate bubble bursting which is giving additional pressure So there's definitely a need to have some more reason But I don't think the period is likely to do anything tomorrow because back to back using a signal to the market that there is something more to worry about So I think is it clear to you that monetary policy that's the most effective tool at this point to address the ills that are facing the mainland economy Yeah so monetary policy has to chip in here So definitely the PBOC has to send some easing signals and I don't think there is any other recent review over there that they can do But yes there could be other things where they could have an easy line down of certain realistic issues which they are on to but want people to see definitely has to come into play So if you were looking to invest in China right now are you looking firstly and if so where Yeah so China equity is definitely now much more interesting given where we are in terms of valuations and the easing stance aids it So in the January isn't it help overall get some pickup And I think if that stands continuous for that already steps if there are taken then definitely it's a positive for China equity So that's something that was still on the call So obviously we're in the midst of inflationary forces particularly in developed economies crude oil prices now making new highs That's only going to add to concern about price pressure So if you have to kind of hedge yourself against inflationary pressures I'm wondering do you use the cryptocurrency space in any way to be able to do that Yes so crypto is an interesting asset So people have thought of it as an alternative goal in some sense And we are big believers in the new technologies and asset classes like the crypto It's difficult to say which point there were and so on But I think as this is an asset plus depending on location not just as an inflation edge but overall as a diversification it does make sense to go into the bigger ones It's quite obviously If we look over the past Let's take a look at the past week though we've got Bitcoin off 5.2% gold up 3% is gold still the best way to hedge So the geopolitical tensions lead to a goal actually acting But I don't think for inflation gold has actually behaved as a good hedge especially in the recent past So it makes sense to have a portfolio where you have allocation done to other asset classes whether you go into tips kind of and so on But definitely looking at penetration headers to various different applications to crypto gold and other assets make sense All right Ashish we'll have to leave it there but thanks for joining us on Bloomberg daybreak Asia Chandra is founder and CEO at crystal and as we were talking about gold.

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"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Russia could deliberately spark a conflict We also are watching very carefully for the possibility that there is a pretext or a false flag operation to kick off the Russian action in which Russian intelligence services conduct some kind of attack on Russian proxy forces in eastern Ukraine or on Russian citizens and then blame it on the Ukrainians And Sullivan they're on CBS face the nation heard here on Bloomberg radio fresh diplomatic effort about to get underway though to try to prevent Russia from invading Ukraine Chancellor olav shoals of Germany heads to Kyiv tomorrow and then he's supposed to meet with Putin on Tuesday about Ariel Cohen senior fellow at the Atlantic council tells Bloomberg daybreak Asia It's looking like Russia we'll go ahead and invade If we do not give Putin what he wants I think he will invade Ukraine He has an excuse His demands are impossible to fulfill such as rolling back NATO to the lines of 1997 And I think he deliberately demanded such harsh demands in order to have a pretext to cast those Billy to invade you Craig And Cohen also calls it the worst crisis in decades CBS reports the U.S. is preparing to withdraw all U.S. personnel from Kyiv rapidly and sources tell us that the U.S. is designing additional aid for Ukraine Hong Kong is shifting to triage mode as COVID cases surge in Bloomberg Stephen engel says COVID cases could skyrocket to catastrophic levels shortly according to one university study With the current restrictions which are the tightest Hong Kong's ever had we could be seeing 28,000 infections new infections a day by March and a thousand deaths by June An angle also says they're already shortages in some grocery stores as truckers test positive for COVID there Police in Canada have managed to clear COVID vaccine mandate truckers off that major border bridge and Ottawa's mayor says he thinks they do have a deal to get the trucker convoy out of his city where protesters have shut down large parts of the area Global news 24 hours a day Other non Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries In the news among today's Pellegrini this is Bloomberg duck Thanks Denise Let's get to our guest for the half hour asish chanda is with his founder and CEO of crystal on the line from Dubai Ashish thank you so much for being with us Let's talk a little bit about what's happening in the crude oil market because it's only one factor but it's a primary driver of some of the price action that we are seeing today And I'm curious to get your take on how much of this move in crude has to do with the situation involving Russia Ukraine and the United States Thanks for that So thanks for getting here So good on markets have been on a day So there is already about 95 engine towards hundred probably within that day or two But what we see is that the Russia and Ukraine tensions can provide an oil shock which could lead to a lot of moving the markets there is potentially going to one 50 because of the derailing of the economy across the globe As inflation has obviously started printing above 7% So there's definitely the geographical angle to it But I think there is a secular trend here of energy prices which are feeling into inflation and cosmological upwards So in this environment you say it's a good idea to own commodities prices certainly very elevated not just for oil so how long do you see these elevated prices persisting It looks like that in the year in our commodity cycle which could last another couple of quarters And did you political tensions could feed into it As you know Ukraine is also an exporter of food commodities So the disruptions that could come out of this conflict adding to any supply chain rules over there could give a temporary shock So I would say that we are definitely in a cycle that would last another 6 months which leads into inflation in a big way Well inflation obviously is what the fed is worried about and we're already talking about or at least the market is speculating on the possibility of a 50 basis point increase in March and maybe over the course of the next couple of months as much as a 175 basis points of fed tightening that it seems to me would have a very positive impact on the dollar So if the dollar were to strengthen in a meaningful way from here does that necessarily limit the gains we would be seeing in some commodities particularly crude oil Yeah so differently there is expectation that the market is expecting anywhere between one to three to one 75 basis points compared I think the fed may take some part of what happened in 2018 Where just increasing the rates too fast could be built a lot of growth But yes I still think that you could have a surprise on the downside where you may not have that initiative as what the market is predicting especially as you avoid the danger in size So I haven't said that I think the 50 million is being priced in And a strong dollar will be to insert in certain cases that we want to be super excited to get to in a little bit So you think that 50 basis point hike is priced in But are you in the 50 basis point camp It sounds like maybe you are expecting that downside surprise Yes So we actually think that fed is under a lot of political pressure unlike in 2018 2019 where inflation and employment may be two 50 high but I actually think that maybe if I'm treating you I would kill is that you may not see the one 51 35 this year But you may see on the 125 this year going forward But there is a high likelihood of a 50 height coming in March So given everything that you just laid out very quickly are you tempted to reduce your exposure to the U.S. and maybe look at other markets globally Very quickly Yes definitely So we are looking at a potential risk of coming in the next month or so Leading to another leg down just exactly what you saw in December 2018 You had almost a significant correction in major industries across the world So that is likely So 23 cautiously putting some hesitant place And on the lower side of asset allocation on U.S. Cisco Well I'm wondering if you would be curious to take maybe a shot at China right.

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"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"ariel cohen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bike service peloton shares their down now by one tenth of 1% Recapping tech leading the biggest stock rally since March S&P up 2.1% as stack up 3.1% Russell 2000 also advancing up now by 2.8% And that David Weston is a Bloomberg business flag Thank you so much Charlie pellet Earlier today President Biden held a two hour video conference with president Vladimir Putin of Russia against the backdrop of Russian troops massing on the Ukraine border and concerns over a possible invasion to go over the incentives and disincentives for both sides We welcome doctor Ariel Cohen He is non resident senior fellow at the Atlantic council Doctor Cohen thank you so much for joining us We have a official readout now as it's called from The White House of what it was discussed And it says the President Biden voiced deep concerns over escalation of forces running Ukraine and made clear the USNR allies would respond with strong economic and other measures So that's the first react we'll hear more from Jake Solomon at 2 o'clock this afternoon in the briefing What do you take away from this meeting so far from what you've heard Well the ball is in Putin's court In my numerous travels in Moscow before COVID I picked up a lot of chatter about a big military operation for Russia to capture the rest of eastern Ukraine all the way to the deeper river and the capital Kyiv the source of Russian statehood from thousand years ago both parties Russia and Ukraine put claims on Kyiv But then going all the way to the Moldovan border along the northern coast of the Black Sea So that's what effectively dismember Ukraine and terminate its 30 year old statehood now since the collapse of the Soviet Union Putin should face stark choice of really robust sanctions possibly disconnection of Russia from the global banking system sanctions that will kill the Nord stream two gas pipeline into Germany and curbs on purchases of oil Something similar what Iran and North Korea encountered If I were inputs and shoes I would never do something like that because the Russian people would suffer on the other hand he is looking at his historic legacy on putting back together the Russian Empire version 3.0 including Belarus and Ukraine the eastern Slavic peoples together with the Russians and he may think that that should be his historically So let's put you in Vladimir Putin's shoes here for a moment because I think it's important to understand motivation as we try to figure out how we might dissuade him from it Is it simply and I don't mean to say it's simple but simply nothing more than trying to reestablish something of the empire that was lost In 89 or are there deeper longer term historical and ethnic ties here Because there are ethnic Russians in eastern Ukraine and I have heard it from some people said that Ukraine hasn't always treated them great This is rubbish I traveled to Ukraine I'm a Russian speaker I do not speak any decent level of Ukrainian I understand it because the language is a close The Russians were treated fine In Ukraine in the Crimea I was in the Crimea the last time in 2011 talked to family friends and there were no indications of discrimination In fact Crimea was Russian speaking in its vast majority In kind of in the capital people speak both Russian and Ukrainian equally and those who don't speak Ukrainian are treated fine What the Russians did was to invade capture occupy and annex And that is the crux of this issue You do not rebuild good relations with neighbors by occupying them And the historic argument here after the collapse of the Soviet Union has no legitimacy Russia signed three treaties with Ukraine The Budapest protocol the treaty of friendship and cooperation and one other one recognizing Ukrainian sovereignty including the Crimea When the government of president Yanukovych collapsed in 2014 puts it decided to invade and now they're talking about finishing the job I hope they won't finish the job Well so let's talk about that part of the equation What in your judgment might dissuade Vladimir Putin from invading at this point What's going to keep him from doing it Well I'll tell you what will not this way to him We are not going to set the troops to fight in Ukraine I think this is the right decision We do have article 5 commitment to NATO member security if Putin is so aggressive that he tries to invade the Baltic states of Poland that's a different story In Ukraine we may increase our supply of weapon systems and if we swamp Ukraine with anti tank and anti aircraft missile systems Russia may think twice Secondly the costs incurred to Russia that won't be able to sell its gas national gas to Germany through north stream two To Europe through Turk stream pipeline and there will be Kurds on oil sale And this is a big challenge for Biden because he is facing reelection in 24 The congressional election of 22 if the Democrats look weak Biden looks weak and he does after the battle of Kabul withdraw The Republicans will point fingers and say that he failed in the main job of the U.S. president providing security for this country and for our allies If and the other hand we end up in a shooting war with Russia that can also be a disaster I think that's fair to say If we have absolutely And also if we demonstrate weakness it is to Europe the Chinese will get the message in May expedite the invasion of Taiwan which will be also a disaster In another part of the world which is eastern Asia and the Pacific You refer to the cost imposed on Russia of not being able to sell natural gas to Western Europe There's a substantial cost for Germany for example as well in Western Europe that needs that natural gas desperately Does that limit the effectiveness of that threat from the United.

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"ariel cohen" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

The Tel Aviv Review

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"ariel cohen" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

"Into. Who's who's you in your book. You do together a little bit conservatives and the working class even though you say there is also a liberal working class but anybody. Who's alienated by your by by the liberal media in your critique so first of all you could go to the south and find churches where they are black and white working class people who are praying together and all. The black people voted for joe biden all the way people voted for trump. And it's just not an issue like the idea of d platforming other side is very much an elite liberal phenomenon. You really and it's so funny because it used to be the conservatives who stood for censorship right who are like you can't say this you can't say that and that's treason as a nestle patriotic. That's blasphemy it. And today somehow it's conservatives who are like. I just wanna make an off color joke by. What's the big problem in it liberals who are like to the gulag with you know. No one's allowed to not only make off color jokes. But i mean to say anything that is to say that there's a difference between men and women right that's now considered to be an of heresy. Right it's like this very extreme policing of language so there's been this total shifts the look. I'm not arguing. That every working class person america is the most tolerant person of all. When i am saying is we are the educated people. We are the people who run things. We are the people in positions of power. We're the people making money. We are the people who wanted to be in charge right so there is more of. Yeah there is more of a responsibility at that point when you have a job as an editor at a publication. Let's say like i do right. And when you're somebody who's you know own alignment right like we have more responsibility because we asked for it. Lot of provocative and strong points. This book i. I really appreciate talking to you about this. This is dr bhatia talking with us about her book bad news. How woke media's undermining democracy which will be released on. October twenty six. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you so much for having me. And i will just say one more thing. Is that There's a section in there about how anti zionism fits into all of this which might be of interest your interest to our listeners and thanks to retire. Shola manager of t. v. one studios and to rochelle in for producing this show and to our producer ariel cohen. Now request many. Or most of you listen to us on the apple podcast app and we'd like to ask you to please consider writing a review and we take all kinds of us. You can write us. Critical review to you can support us by going to our website. -til v. one dot fm slash tel aviv review and subscribing on our patriot campaign checkout archive. We have close to seven hundred and fifty interviews like us on facebook. Follow me on twitter or the tel aviv review on twitter. Join us again next week for another edition of the tel aviv.

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"ariel cohen" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

The Tel Aviv Review

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"ariel cohen" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

"Conce famous phrase Aut implies can and my to me that's Blindingly utopian on struck and as my friend. John gray and i you know like say the thing that unites his work. I'm a great and brand. Some ways co-conspirator If you looked at my work which is very you know a lot about lots of different things. I mean i wrote a book about cuban 'exiles one site reading a lot about immigration. One way or another. You know. I i wrote about wars i i you know i bet a lot of different things but there is actually something that unites all the united school dante tokenism and since my book This book crazy forgetting. Is you know kind of you know where i you know. I come out of the closet if you will You know fully and without you know just upbeat kind of confronting. That the more that that argument that i wanted to make in many forms you know explicitly overtly I don't think these things are possible. I mean to me this is all you know. Try saying it's like the people who wanted to have esperanto accept people. Were going to have esperanto. Where for the most part not bryce bulbs in the box whereas you know obvious shy mardi gras and that's terror you know to as martyrs people who thought about things in the last hundred years so you know and i fully recognized and bhavan bow to it but i still think you know imagining this stuff is like edging one of these days. We're all going to speak pariah. Well we're not david reef. Thank you very much for joining us today. In discussing. you'll twenty sixteen book in praise of forgetting historical memory and attorneys. Thank you very much pressure. And also many things to ariel cohen producer. Any i'm the manager of t. v. one studios and we've got a request because many or most of your listen to us on the apple podcast app and would like to ask you please rate us write us a review of any kind you took and support us by going to a website and subscribing to a patron campaign. You can look at our the has sat around seven hundred interviews to keep you entertained and hopefully annoyed as well like us on facebook. follow me donna. And the podcast on twitter and of course join us again next week for another edition of the tel aviv review and until then from dahlia. And for me goodbye..

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