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Vlad tidings: demonstrations across Russia
"On saturday tens of thousands of russians took to the streets in more than a hundred towns and cities across the country. In support of jailed kremlin critic. Alexey navalny protesters chanted. Putin is a thief as well as freedom to navalny chilling videos emerged police beating and kicking demonstrators. The response was not one about an out brutality. More than three thousand arrests were made at. Even mr navalny's wife was briefly. Detained the demonstrations were sparked mr navalny's arrest on spurious charges. Just as soon as he returned from germany last week but protesters were also fired up by to our video narrated by mr navalny and released a day later. Throw it saw my viceroy was thirty. Wrestling depicts a lavish palace. On the black sea. Allegedly built for president vladimir putin and funded with dodgy. Money allegations the kremlin dismissed as just rumor mr putin remains in a tough spot with disquiet spreading and his loudest critic making just as much trouble while in jail as he did out of it. This was not my first protest in moscow in quite a few the past few years are cody. Trotsky is russia editor in moscow. I would say that. Fear was one of caution pretty much on both sides the fact that people have braved the streets brave. The police cordons came out. Despite enormous intimidation campaign was waged. By the kremlin in the preceding days is in itself extraordinary russia's much more repressive state today than it was even a few years ago. The people who were out in the street was certainly not radicals as abba in moscow protests. That was scary. Moments police charging but on the whole the police behavior some restraint and its actions were nowhere on the level of violence and brutality which we saw a few months ago in neighboring belarus. There was no special measures with no tear. Gas rubber bullets so it was definitely tense. But i didn't see many of the accesses and when we spoke to protesters what were they saying. Why were they out. The protesters came from the social strata and had different possibly political beliefs. What brought them out onto the street. Were few things. There was a sense of injustice over the arrest of alexei novel name who was arrested at possible control on the rival at airport and is now facing three and a half years in jail for breaking parole rules on a previous suspended sentence and the reason he broke his parole rules. That didn't comfortable to the police was just happened to be recovering from novichok nerve agent poisoning in germany. So people obvious that as an injustice the other big catalyst for the protest was the release of alexander violence extraordinary two hour long documentary film about allegedly putin secret palace in the black sea coast which was bill deem volumes cronies at a cost of one point three billion dollars. It's your absolutely archetypal. James bond villains had with all the trimmings and the golden toilet brushes that made a big impact. It clocked over eighty million views on youtube. An underlying over that was just general sense of tidiness of putin's regime tiredness of course lack of economic growth it was a very broad protests. And that's what made say interesting. You know lots of people came out for the first time. And so do you think that. That broad dissent a across demographics. On a lot of first-time protesters will will make any difference to to. What the kremlin actually does. It's not going to make any difference. In the short term the kremlin has already said. It's not going to pay attention. Admittedly fiscal putin spokesman said well. We think it was a very small protests. Many more people vote for vladimir putin. That was ironic. Given that alexander was barred from the election in which people voted for vladimir putin the reason the numbers were kept down walls because of enormous intimidation campaigns parents schoolchildren were told to keep their kids at home. Students were threatened with expulsion employs. The employees they'd risk dismissal if they would join the protest et cetera et cetera. The kremlin is not going to release alexei navalny overnight but only himself and he's associates of said. This is not an immediate process. This is a long haul to re coined the famous phrase by me. He'll gorbachev in the late eighties. The process started so. Do you think that the detention of of mr navalny and the release of this video and all of those us have really changed things. Is this a turning point. They do and this change effects vladimir putin's legitimacy which is already being Waning and we. We've seen that in in the raising figures. But this film and alexander. Violence return to russia is a massive blow to putin's legitimacy and to the attitudes and perceptions of putin in the broad russian public as one commentator set to me you know two years ago people had to explain why they oppose putin today they have to justify why they support him. And how has the international community responded to to this protest mood and these protests i think so far west leaders have been watching very carefully. What's happening in russia. has been rhetorical outrage. At least both from angela merkel Sees this as a slap in her face because nobody was in germany under her protection also been marketed. Different reaction from washington. I think we will see a very different response. From biden's administration compared to trump's acquiescence to putin's action has been called for tax sanctions including from poland. A you member states the foreign ministers to discuss next steps. But i think there is also worry amongst western countries and particularly among russian neighbors and countries like the baltic states and poland that events in russia will have repercussions outside russian borders and this north unfounded fears because in two thousand fourteen two years after big protests swept russia features berg and other big cities the kremlin annexed crimea and stuff the war in ukraine in order to change the narrative and dominate political agenda so lot of russia neighbors worried that repression at home and protests against the kremlin will lead to aggression. Abreu arkady. thank you very much for joining us. Thank you jason
Gunman shot by police at NYC cathedral Christmas concert
"A man who opened fire on the steps of a famed New York City cathedral Sunday afternoon at the end of a Christmas choral concert was shot and killed by police it happened at the cathedral of Saint John the divine on Amsterdam and a hundred and twelve street sending people running for cover police commissioner Dermot Shea says the man had a semi automatic gun the mobile what you see is a telling our detectives that he was yelling killing and the commissioner says he had a knapsack meant to do more harm inside this bag was a can of gasoline rolled wire most of our lives up by Baltic states I think we could all surmise that L. A. times use of the proceeds of this show says the gunmen had a lengthy criminal history Julie Walker New York
The Fate of Refugees After World War II
"David NASA joins us. Now from New, York is the author of many books including several biographies, notably, a Pulitzer Prize, finalist Andrew Carnegie as well as the Patriarch, his new book is called the last million Europe's displaced persons from World War Two Cold War David thanks for being here delighted to be with you. So you've written primarily biographies. This is very different book I mean I guess you could say it's a million biographies. Some of them were clearly outlined individual late than others what made you decide to make that transition I. Suppose it historian. What we try to do is correct the record give voice to the voiceless fill in the gaps in our history. And one of the largest gaps I thought was the immediate postwar period after World War Two. You. Know we Americans have come to believe that when the war was over the celebrations began the sun came out to shine and sailor kiss the beautiful woman in Times Square and everybody celebrated got on with their lives to get. That was not the truth as I learned certainly for the millions of refugees who were displaced by the war had no homes to return to after the war or were unwilling to return to their homelands when the war was over, there were millions of. Refugees. Prisoners of war political prisoners concentration camp victims left behind in Germany. On the day in May of Nineteen forty-five. Within weeks those who were able. To walk home to get on a truck to take a plane some road bicycles back to France five to six million had returned but a last million, this subject of my book and the title of my book were left behind in Germany. And he's their story that I tell. I mean, it really is not just a single story obviously and not just a story of all of these individuals but there were so many different kinds of displaced people, different groups, not just in terms of country of origin whether they were from the Baltic states or from Ukraine or were Jews from other parts of Europe were from Germany itself. But also you had this incredible and very confusing mix of collaborators deserters. Survivors of the Holocaust how can you tell that story when there are so many stories even within that last million one of the challenges of this book was to tell the story of individuals tell the story of groups and tell the story of the debate that went on in the united. Nations elsewhere between the nations of the world as to what to do. With these last million were left behind in Germany they came from there there were. Three groups, we can divide them into. The Germans. Understood the to fight the war with six to seven million. Soldiers they were GONNA have to replace those soldiers with laborers with forced labor slave labors from eastern. Europe? Who Work in the minds who work in the factories who work in the fields to replace the soldiers on the eastern? Front. And from the very beginning of the war the Germans literally kidnapped. Millions of eastern Europeans the largest number from Poland and Ukraine. and. They were brought into Germany and remained there when the war was over many of them because they were afraid to go home again, they didn't know what they were GonNa find some were convinced that. The Soviets have been taken over Poland and Ukraine there would be no way for them to resume their lives those the second group they came into Germany. And these from the Baltic states from Latvia Lithuania. Estonia. Many of them came into Germany in nineteen, forty, four, hundred, forty, five at the end of the war because they had collaborated in one way or the other. With the Nazi authorities
EU could reopen borders to tourists in Covid-19 recovery plan
"With many European borders closed because the corona virus pandemic the tourism industry already hard hit he's feeling a catastrophic summer but it's not just tourists are affected business travel has taken a hit to answer the European Commission the executive arm of the E. U. is introducing a rescue plan or roadmap today to alleviate the pressure on the economy I asked our Europe correspondent Gavin Lee how the road map could help the tourist industry the three elements to it basically it's about in the words of the the commission spokesperson at a briefing but I've had the rights of individuals for the need to rest relaxation fresh chat and see families in other countries not depends of course on the situation the commission says of how bad the extent of the virus is spreading whether it remains fairly common there isn't a second spike but what we're looking at the setting out a roadmap for tourism and travel and holidays as of this summer so some of twenty twenty I know what's and a couple of the areas includes making sure of course it's slow it's progressive there will be some kind which told of guys that if you're going on holiday somewhere in Europe there should be an indication of what all the coveted prevention strategies in each country that you might go to what all the hotel strategies and also there will be a recommendation the individual hotels start to advertise put themselves on the market in what they can offer your average tourist and holiday maker in terms of conflict prevention cleanliness ability to to sanitize things like that but that should be part of the you know the new holiday approaches for example of these old recommendations so that's one of them and the other thing is about analogs and number of countries fourteen countries have said that because of the pressure off the adult industry give you an exam well I am in Brussels the main advice here Brussels airlines have axed are they going to access a quarter will jobs a thousand staff will go into the open a third of the allied fleet will go as well all the giving money as cash back for people who need refunds for cancelled flights because of coverage the idea was to give vouchers no the EU commission will push back in the meeting today to say no you can make vouchers more attractive more appealing but that should be fundamentally principle of the rights of of somebody to have the money back instead so that service a couple of elements that are looking at as part of the the summer travel plan today so if you are within the E. U. and you want to go on holiday can you go anywhere this is a really good points on this is there are two words or phrases that you might still hear more more one is social trouble bubble a social travel bubble the second is a travel corridor so for example this Friday the Baltic states already putting the borders to each other so Estonia Latvia Lithuania what's been relatively few cases along with Finland already booked to travel in and out of each other's countries so for example Estonia relies on tourists from Finland forty percent of its tourists come up from that so this is a big thing and that will mean free movement for all of those people the Swiss national broadcast today have suggested that they will announce later on that the internal borders between Switzerland Austria Germany and France would also reopen for total travel between them so the idea is that that you you've got almost a either social bubble of of those countries innocent people in those countries going on holiday that briefly travel corridors was put to the E. U. yesterday by my Danish Coley there's been talk of Denmark for example saying that they've had a few cases could I have a simple flight path to Greece was also a few cases the commission says that will be up to member states but they will not recommend it and they would also not recommend quarantine if you fly somewhere but you should have to stay fourteen days in a hotel they said there should be no need for that with the way prevention for coverage I should in theory take place on the grounds of get home sometimes as washing it
Sustainable Travel: The Hard Truth with Lucy Siegle
"Twenty nineteen year in which the travel industry found itself in the spotlight over its role in contributing to climate change tourists now more aware than ever before the environmental cost of air travel. Tourism contributes around five percent of greenhouse gases according to the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership at travel alone contributes to two point five percent of global emissions and these predictions suggest that these stats likely to triple by twenty fifty. If important changes are not maids however the tourism industry is responding in many diverse ways. For example the Guardian Travel Section now primarily focuses on destinations. That can be reached without the use of planes. Easyjet will carbon offset all flights by the end of twenty twenty initiatives such as green tourism? Have seen a leap in membership and provide hoteliers with a green check meter to promote more responsible tourism practices and global travel as a certainly more environmentally aware. Now environmental issues. I have to admit their uncomfortable truths for us in the travel industry so today we're taking the bull by the horns as it were and we're asking. Chiyo hey to tell us just how bad it is and also what we can do about it so environment environmental impact on travel. I think it's very good but the travel industry is trying to tackle this head on but I think we've also got some uncomfortable truths to face and in facing those uncomfortable truths. Hopefully we can make some headway into doing some stuff about it. But how in your opinion how? How bad is the travel industry for the world? How bad is the travel industry? Well if you look at some who just start with the elephant in the room so we look aviation you can say that aviation has a small part of the climate change pie in the comes in four percent. Something like that four percent. You might say well you know. In fact I've heard it said well PSA quivalent to say the fashion industry or something like that but we're in a very serious situation. Everyone's mentioned this to you. We all have to decarbonised really rapidly. So it doesn't matter. What your slice of the Pie is he needs to be getting it to zero. Unfortunately and aviation is one of the ones that's increasing and increasing exponentially so we could be seeing like a quarter of the world's carbon budget used by aviation in the very near future and that's not acceptable. Because you look at the amount of people that fly so I think in the UK. It's something like fifteen percent of the population tastes seventy five percent of the flights. Something like that. Probably most of them by me mainly you. Yes exactly so. It's not fair. Is it that all of that. Carbon budget should be used in that way so that that is the really really big existential and the media issue for the travel and tourism industry is that it's predicated on flights which have become cheaper and all the rest of it and then you get into a very interesting territory about offsetting and where we are now. How much needs to help and is by so? You really can't get very far. Ironically when we're talking about travel without coming across a very difficult brick wall I know this is the lady bird version of environmental issues but reminded y need to decarbonised. Oh so yeah so we are in. The era of climate crisis is not the only crisis that's affecting the bias fairs. We call the planet We also in the age of extinction. loss say rapid extinction loss of species. And we've got lots of different pressures. So the oceans absorbed ninety percent of of heat and a report came out a couple of weeks ago so that was in January February and it was irreputable evidence that the planet is is is warming because you can test the atmosphere will time. There's lots of different factors which might account for the heating when it comes to the oceans that is a controlled experiment ladies and gentlemen and we had the hottest oceans on record since records began and it is equivalent to exploding thousands of Hiroshima bombs in the ocean. That's the amount of energy and he is now in the ocean and this affects all sorts of things so for people in the UK who only really like one sort of fish which is called it means that if the oceans warm around the UK the COD will swim off to colder climes. And they all go to the Baltic states and we can't get any cards so it has a knock-on effects like that but it is proof incontrovertible evidence that the world is warming and a warming world brings with it a lot of problems including higher incidences of diseases oceans rising icecaps melting fires that burn hotter and are more widespread as we've seen in Australia etc etc etc so Greta Thambo says this so I'm GonNa say it but but if you were saying it I by the way she seems to have a wide for you have a great plot has exploded but you you were saying say funny because it's almost anniversary of me-meeting Greta Thornburg in Davos upper mountain and I said to my friend. This is absolutely legendary this point while. I don't think she's going to catch them did you. My friend resigned. I don't know I think she might anyway like two days later. Thirty two thousand kids marched in Belgium for Friday's for the future though is already regretting. Why statement and she just seems so as literally. Mitch Leigh Small. Once more young men conscious actually small. She's actually small and she's very softly spoken very unassuming and yeah. I mean what a presence will an accident force and I really care myself. I squandered that did you. Did you feel something around are no? That sounds ridiculous but people that I've got that power to to have an impact on so many people often do when they walk into the room. Yeah think so. I think I was just being very defensive about what this kid you know. I've been doing this for. Aj's join the queue. Hello but I also now you'll court so you were just about to court for a minute. Yes she's incredibly powerful force and she. I remember her face and her being rather than another thing. That's quite disarming if you spend time around High Profile people with this charisma that quite jazz Hans. She's not just handsome toll so I think I just took a while to understand what she was bringing But she's very very good and what I was going to save it. She says a lot of people. Ask Me and when is the climate crisis going to be over? It's not a moment. It is an era. This is the reality so once you accept that of the reality the climate era. What are you going to do about it? But we can't we can't. We're not GONNA stop traveling. People are not going to stop traveling for fun for work. The world is a very a much smaller place. You might say well people might have to but look what's happened this week. The Corona virus so. This plane's not taking off from China China is basically closed. Which is so. They'll be kind of carbon win for that in a way because they'll be some fear emissions. We're in a numbers game now. So you go to you. Go to look at these things but you know there's an example very very recently where we might say. We're not going to travel. But actually you're not gonNA travel so there's a number scenarios that might happen where you went to travel so what's difficult. The moment is that it's just all on us making the decision not to travel and you may have children who are very inspired by Greta. You might be parents. Have I inspired by Greta? Making a decision to take a train journey instead of Dumping on the plane and these are really interesting. Personal kind of points of maneuver and negotiation at the moment within families and stuff like that and it will be very interesting to see how the travel industry which. I'm sure I shouldn't talk about as if it's a big homogenized thing 'cause I know it's very nuanced different parts of it but they've got to kind of surf this weird moment with us really and we have got to come up with more inventive products. We've got to come up with more different ways of doing things we've got to look at some tough
Senate report details Obama administration's response to Russian interference
"Frozen by paralysis of analysis hamstrung by constraints both real and perceived that's how the chairman of the Senate intelligence committee describes the Obama administration's response to Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election in a statement Republican senator Richard Burr says president Obama's national security team debated courses of action without truly taking one Bure was commenting on the latest installment in his committee's long awaited report on Russian efforts to disrupt the presidential election four years ago I'm joined now by the vice chair of the Senate intelligence committee mark Warner of Virginia senator welcome thank you for him do you agree with that statement that the Obama team was was paralyzed well I think there are clearly lessons learned and I and I think the Obama administration with the benefit of hindsight should have acted more aggressively but let's face it I think our whole government our intelligence community writ large our law enforcement community were caught off guard I think there was such an abundance of caution shown by the Obama administration that this might politicize an already very political time in retrospect you we have to realize these kind of threats are ongoing and that when we see evidence of foreign intervention the president the administration needs to be more forward leaning did to put Americans on notice to be be wearing be on guard let me push on that the the point you're making that that this good but that the Obama administration was caught off guard that they were worried about politicizing an already very political moment but how much of a parent should they be given there this is the job of the national security team to balance competing factors to look out for national security even in an election year well again I think we have never seen this level of coordinated attack from an adversary in in the midst of our elections to happen not only into the DNC but a series of senior Clinton official like John Paston others and then selectively weaponize at information on how they dribbled out over a period of time now you could say if we'd done a little more homework and looked at what Russia done in Ukraine what Russia done previously in the Baltic states we should have been more aware I think at the same time the administration on one hand was looking at what Russia was doing on the geo political basis where we had Russian actions in Crimea but that kind of geo political analysis was totally separate from the Russian cyber and misinformation disinformation effort the point of doing a report like this is to avoid a similar situation going forward how confident should we be that the problems your report identifies have been fixed I wish I could say I was a hundred percent confident I wish I could say point two broad bi partisan legislation that had been passed I've gotten bipartisan legislation that would make explicitly clear that if a foreign government tries to intervene the appropriate response is not to say thank you but to actually reported to the FBI the fact that we've not pass that kind of legislation is bothersome although it was installation that was necessarily a fault here that there wasn't some you know law that the Obama administration lacked was there well I think we're talking twenty twenty if there was any gaps making explicitly clear that foreign intervention is wrong I think most Americans would realize that but if we need a lot it explicitly make that clear we ought to have that the problem is we still have a president it refuses to fully acknowledge the level of intervention that took place refuses to fully acknowledge that the Russian efforts have not stopped that they will continue and instead unfortunately has been out there putting forward totally debunk theories that somehow it was Ukraine rather than Russia that was intervening in twenty sixteen that's very by the way which no one in the intelligence committee the law enforcement community and for that matter I don't think any of my Republican colleagues at least on the intelligence committee believe there's any credence to let me ask you the basic question in your view how serious is the ongoing threat of election interference Christopher ray the director of the FBI said as recently as yesterday that the Russian efforts are ongoing by the way you know the Russian playbook is now out there so the expectation that the Chinese the Iranians the north Koreans other nations in an asymmetrical way may try to intervene in our elections is a very real ongoing threat senator many thanks thank you so much it's Virginia Democrat mark Warner we also invaded the Republican chairman of the intelligence committee senator Richard Burr to come on the show he
Hong Kong protesters form human chains across city
"In Hong Kong pro democracy protesters formed a human chain tonight people linked hands across the Chinese territory organizer said it extended twenty five miles to show solidarity and appeal for international support it was inspired by a human chain in the Baltic states thirty years ago today some two million people took part in that event to protest Soviet control
Tom, Turkey And NCR discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money
"Today is a very good day. Because today Darius we get to talk about new Tele Finally, I mean, I love new Tele I know you love new Bella. I mean, everybody loves new talents to love. But by supply of this beloved embrose, you'll chocolate paste, you could be under threat Stacey. And it's because of something that gives new Tele its characteristic flavor hazelnuts. Yes, he's nuts. Have a problem. A serious supply bottleneck more than seventy percent of the world's hazelnuts come from one place from Turkey. In fact, a quarter of the world's as on. That's come from just this one tiny town in Turkey, and that of course, leaves production and new Tele lovers everywhere very vulnerable. Right. I mean just a few years ago. There was an unexpected frost and Turkey that wiped out a huge chunk of the crop. And prices jumped like sixty percent and threatened a worldwide. Tele shortage that's like the fifth horseman of the apocalypse pestilence. Plague no new tell. And I mean, even in the best of times Turkey is, you know, a little bit of an unreliable Rulli. Turkish lira goes up and down the price of hazelnuts can fluctuate accordingly, and it, you know, it just leaves Packers and producers on the hook. But luckily for us one man is on the case today the show how one man's lifelong obsession with easel. Nets could help save new Tele and revolutionized an entire global industry. Support for this podcast and the following message come from zoom when you can't be there in person zoom zoom is used by millions to connect face to face one easy platform for all your communication needs. Visit zoom online to set up your free account today. Meet happy with zoom. Support. Also comes from NC are running a small business is now easier with NC are silver more than a point of sale. NCR silver is simple to use saves. You time and helps you reach your goals faster NCR, silver, search NCR silver. I I met biologists. Tom Molnar in his office at the Rutgers University ornamental field lab, he was surrounded by these big plastic Finns just filled with thousands upon thousands of pavements. For example, here's one that has has ridges and lumps and to me. That's that's kind of an ugly looking hazelnut. Whereas something like this here, the really, shiny. And smooth for the past twenty three years. This has been Tom's life. Just sifting through endless piles of hazelnuts in search of that one perfect. Now, we mentioned that the hazelnut industry has a supply problem Turkey has a stranglehold on production. So the obvious solution to that problem would be to find a new place to grow hazelnuts and the east coast of the United States would be perfect perfect growing conditions, except for one thing we would have had a hazelnut industry in the northeast. If it wasn't for eastern Filbert play eastern Filbert plight. It's a fungal disease. It's native to North America. And it it grows under the bark of hazelnut trees, and kind of rots them from the inside infected trees, they develop these tail till cankers on their bark Tom actually took me out to his research orchard and showed me some of them firsthand. So as we look down here, you'll see that there's little fuss Joel's that poke out through. So those are like little mushrooms, those are the fruiting bodies where the scores. Actually be objected from and spread to other trees fruiting body, fungal pustule, go from new talent fruiting bodies. This fungus has been Tom's sworn nemesis for twenty three years that was when he got involved in this ambitious project to develop hazelnuts as this sort of like utopian post climate change food source. Yes. Because hazelnuts in addition to being delicious are this kind of miracle crop there. What is known as a low input crop. Meaning they can grow without irrigation without chemical fertilizers pesticides. And they can grow on. What is called marginal land? Landa would otherwise be useless. Plus, the harvesting of hazelnuts can be mechanized. So it doesn't necessarily require that much labor and a single hazelnut. Tree can be productive for up to a hundred years. The only problem they needed to solve to make this happen to cover the east coast with hazelnut. Trees was eastern Filbert blight and Tom's plan to do that was based on very simple yet revolu. Idea. See his aunts. They've grown naturally all over eastern Europe and central Asia for thousands of years. And so Tom figured that somewhere out there among the many millions of hazelnut trees, the gene for disease resistance that he needed was hiding like a needle in a massive haystack. So he set out to find that gene, we started in Moscow travelled south going through Krasnodar into Sochi and then into Crimea than we flew up to Romania and Moldova. The Poland and Belarus follow that up through the Baltic states Estonia, Latvia Lithuania for seven years, Tom traveled, all over the native hazelnut range collecting specimens, and this was not your typical horticultural fieldwork. I mean, it could involve everything from like haggling with merchants in a bizarre and who's Becca STAN to like sharing a glass of homemade vodka with little old lady at a roadside stand in Crimea once while crossing into Ukraine with eighty pounds of nuts in his suitcase. He. Even got shaken down by the local police they start screaming at me. They start screaming at my colleagues have guns, and this is silly. But at the same time, I had a suitcase full of all the nuts that I so desperately did not want to lose. So I'm nervous about the nuts. I'm nervous. We're gonna get robbed or worse. But you were more worried about the nuts than the money. I was very nervous about the nuts. Those were my babies. Those were his babies band is is really Portas heart and soul into this project. And he knew that in order to make a commercially viable nut. He needed that perfect combination of traits. And so after years of collecting all this genetic material he came back to New Jersey out to his research farm at Rutgers and he got to work breeding. Yeah. Apparently, Tom planted thousands of trees, and then expose them to the eastern Filbert blight and then just waited and season by season. He meticulously catalogued the growth of each individual tree. Taking note of you know, nut quality looking out for signs of disease.
"baltic states" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Those. So we congress and sanctioned those entities, whether they're banks individuals leaders, we can sanction them. And if the administration is not doing that we can go after the administration, hold them accountable. But I do want to ask you about the latest round of violence between India and Pakistan today, there is reporting that Pakistan shut down to Indian planes to Indian pilots captured video of one of the Indian pilots being mistreated and the Indian said they shot down a Pakistani plan as well. You obviously are following that part of the world closely. What are the chances that broader conflict would would breakouts? Obviously that'd be a horrific events. If that were to happen. Oh, it'd be it'd be the possibility is very strong. It's very real. It's very urgent. We just hope that the diplomats can get in there. The leaders of the countries can be escalate this if not they'll be more of a buildup of that. And when you start seeing troops and armaments. Going to the borders. We know we've got some serious problems. That is not what the world needs right now. We've got seventy million refugees from the Middle East and from the Baltic states. We've got three million people that have left a spoiler because it is doing so great under Maduro, but they're trying to get anywhere. But in Venezuela. This is something we we the world. I don't think at this point can stand another conflict that develops and this is scary times. And this is something that we open pray that the diplomacy and leaders of the world will come together and going back, President Trump and Kim Jong UN I would be happy. If they came out with a clear definition.
"baltic states" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Commitments as regards meetings Paris agreement climate change goals. So we are ready to put forward necessary regulation necessity investment for also all action plan for sustainable, finance or green finance is all about culture steer capital towards a green and sustainable goals as regards US. We actually sees that. It's a multi tiered story. A federal government and President Trump in detail announcers able to withdraw from ballot practice agreement. We seize actually, many states and cities are committed to do their part, actually. What is the urgency right now? John just as one example, and Mr Dombrovskis, I have to ask you this question. I saw imagery out on the web today of a worry about climate change global warming, and what it will do to world heritage sites in northern Scotland up in the northern ocean about rising oceans, I mean, it seems to be a new immediate. Well, indeed. And this is something which we saw also as a summer extreme was that events across the globe. And if he's things that seventeen out of eighteen hottest years have been in this century. We clearly sees the climate is changing as a time to act on. This is now within this, and I want to speak again to Europe and particularly to the Baltic states. I must note that I visited Helsinki this summer for the meetings between Mr Putin, and Mr. Trump, and I said, geez, I could move to Helsinki tomorrow. And they they they bothered. Mentioned to me. There was only twelve weeks of the year that it was this gorgeous. But within the Baltic states in the Baltic region. There has to be a new sense of investment in capitalism. How is that dynamic right now? Well, as an economic dynamic in Baltic region. Actually, it's developing quite strongly all Baltic states, economic girls all countries surrounding buzz about. Russia to have that growth or could you look west and self well, actually during lost a couple of years, the economy of Baltic states. Also Finland cut to be readjusted quite substantially because when you eat reduced sanctions against Russia concerning its violation sulphur. So the territorial integrity of Ukraine and when Russia introduce its retaliatory sanctions, countries, bordering Russia were mainly affected. So they needed to lose a major readjustment and also received in some sectors, you financial support to do. So. Within this mix are these meetings of the elites how far removed as a former prime minister, dealing with the politics of a nation and your case how far removed are the elites now from the public worldwide is that we would say in America, how gilded is this gilded age. Well, this is something which we need to address because indeed if you look at the public perceptions is public perception is there so what we are doing in Europe. Now, lease we are concentrating on what we call inclusive growth and a reduction of income inequality because when we talk about good macroeconomic data six year of economic goals to two to one hundred percent growth in Europe, all Member States back to gross. It's good. But people want to see Collins is to data triggers down to them. And that's what I have to admit. To admit talking about the gilded age in America from the palm court of the plaza hotel. Nineteen o seven has a certain ring to it speak. Always just went by. She's late for school. And I'm in a very dark studio here in London Commissioner always great to get your insight on Ovonic. Golly. Gone. And I want to hear from you about what you got a Sam on what's happening between the Europeans.
Pope Francis and Siberia discussed on Living on Earth
"Pope Francis is on the second day of his visit to the Baltic states Francis. Celebrated mass today and Lithuanians second largest city honoring Jewish victims of the Nazis, and those Lithuanians who were deported to Siberia, he warned against renewal of anti semitic
"baltic states" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Montenegro and. Chastising NATO for. Insufficient response to the Russian threat Then the president. Meeting with the Russian threat itself and the story became even more complicated we're going to concentrate on the NATO portion because, despite the sharp words traded these last were these last days to my knowledge the facts have not changed. NATO twenty nine now thirty countries does not support the level of investment and readiness and training and the vision that is comparable to what is on the other side of the Russian borders. Pod 2017 you all recall that exercise and Belarus last year that was up to one hundred thousand Russian military personnel participating in, what would be an, invasion of the Baltic states running into eastern Europe there is no comparable sense of anxiety or alarm in NATO that I could see from the reactions to The president's chastising we welcome cliff may the president and founder. Of the foundation for the defense of democracy cliff a very good evening to you I begin with an anecdote that I've learned in these last hours that on his way to the meeting. In Helsinki with President Trump President Putin his plane with the transponder on crossed over Estonian airspace without permission Gamesmanship at the top level are the Baltic states is NATO aware of how Russia is playing with them the way a cat toys with the mouse good evening to you Good evening to you I'm glad to be with you I certainly have the Baltic states are well yes I have to say that NATO officials must also be aware As you well know Russia under, Putin, has seized territory from two, of his. Neighbors Ukraine and Georgia those. Are not NATO members, I there is great, concern with, the Baltics which were for many years obviously part of the Soviet Union not willingly Baltics means Lithuania, and Estonia and the question is if Putin decided tomorrow you know let's. See what happens if I decide to send troops or a little green men in other words troops that are. Not visibly identified as rushing into one of those three let's see if NATO is willing to stand up to me because I think NATO will collapse given such pressure and I don't think there's. Been enough discussion of of what that would mean and. Whether NATO is up to the task and, my my fear is. That NATO is not up to. The task it's readiness capabilities simply or not, where. They should be so it's not just the the funding issue It's the the reports, that much of the, German capacity, for instance is not ready to have good equipment but it's not battle-ready so even if they were, spending more money would take quite a while 'til they would be prepared. To meet that kind of a challenge on the one hand and if if if the changes within the countries. Themselves do you see that the rise of authoritarianism and other things as a factor that will weaken NATO's ability happy right Malcolm and let me just give you some examples of that so so, it's clear for example Germany this is according to a. German ministry report that was issued last month They have, a one, hundred. Twenty eight typhoon jets of those how many ready for just thirty nine They have sixty two tiger attack helicopters how many ready for. Action twelve leopard tanks less? Than half one hundred. And five hundred? Twenty, four of its six submarines how many. Ready for action the answer..
"baltic states" Discussed on KGO 810
"Of a sudden nato in russia could be in a in an armed conflict based on a hybrid war action well i mean if you look at election meddling has that line crossing the united states that's hybrid warez this form of it's very nebulous term in this and invoke the most stern response i mean rolling tanks across the border gets the same response as a cyber attack on the power grid i seemingly so that's what the declaration says but there's no firm redline and there's no firm answering their when the women no one knows what those red lines are easier to cross the mike and we come to the question of how big the nato ambit is now we know nato participated in afghanistan we know nato at at rejected iraq we know nato danced around libya there were members of nato participating we know nato is reluctant buddy is now part of the ukraine turmoil and we certainly know nato has deployed into the baltic states is nato now in charge of the globe did they draw lines where we'll go and where we won't for these new threats it's so the lines don't appear very clear you know the some of the actions that have gone on and have not been under the nato river and some of them have and some of them are coalitions of the willing and there's always a way around a treaty or there's always a way to to engineer what you want from a treat or try to an article five which triggered the only time after september eleventh street thousand one and that you see the coalition afghanistan's dwindled over over time so you know there's always a reason for nation to jump into a treaty or jump out of a treaty based on whatever allegations and self interest that it has so it's as tumultuous and chaotic as it was before the declaration and and continuing to move forward now there's you know there's another way to go to war and there's a lot of ways to get out of going to a war so what your position on these things you're not going to get a lot of clarity from this latest declaration and if you are a believer in the strength of deterrence you poke about one hundred holes in in this document just on a casual reads you're not to mention pick apart all of the different things that they're concerned about their very concerned about space very very concerned about cybersecurity those are two areas where you can have a an attack that's not easily attributable even in space especially when you talk about jamming said nelson and even even messing around with with satellites there are a lot of ways you can do that from the ground that's hard to attribute particularly nation state and yeah that's that's kind of troublesome when you can invoke article five and if it's convenient for the member states they can go fullscale libya is they feel like it or they could decide not to intervene somewhere it's it's very nebulous and that kind of haziness instead of a red wine is a hazy lines doesn't seem to be good for this collective world order i want you mentioned space so this is the from the document you quote recognizing that space is a highly dynamic and rapidly evolving area which is essential to coherent alive deterrence and defense posture we have agreed to develop an overarching nato space policy okay i'll go i'll go a little farther we now are planning to militarise space despite the outer space treaty of nineteen sixty seven which is cold war document very convenient for the two powers russia and china and the us at the time we're also told that right now we're preparing satellites to clean up space debris i've been told that those space debris cleaning up satellites adr's also can present themselves dual use as stalkers of other satellites you park yourself near and then.
"baltic states" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The baltic states the the three baltic states poland of course now with a border with russia hostile border with russia when they were occupied by the russians of course they're all socialist brothers now the polls of rearmed that's why they're one of the country's paying two percent is that's and that's what the president said is you americans have better count your allies you're running out of them but now we go since it really as you understand but as as you say it really isn't about russia then we don't need article five right an attack on one attack all you have to because at that maintains the fiction that it's actually a an alliance against an external aggressor but you know that i was when i when i was upbringing in an environment bazi in one thousand nine hundred nine you know who my commander was a russian he they were part of the nato in in the balkans they were that close to actually being heart of nato and they finally just couldn't swallow it they just they were smelling it and tasting it but they were just they couldn't admit that they just lost their asses because they couldn't write checks to keep over the reagan and they said no thanks but the rest of the war pack said where do we get in line to join nato because it was a guarantee that they would never be occupied by russia again all right so the bottom line the president says you don't pay up we're pulling out do you think that we're we're going to reduce our expenditure do you think that if it didn't while they're gonna they're not they they are going to spend more money than before but if they don't spend more money on the time line that the president wants for example germany saying what twenty thirty does the president in fact does he reduce us exposure he first of all nato a treaty the iran deal so you know heads up for obama and ben rhodes it was a treaty he can't just pull out but this him saying those words did light a fire markle's all thing and he just did it in the most indelicate noneuropean way possible wesley clark wouldn't have done it like that and bush and clinton would've done like that but trump did it someone needed to do it you know i i would be rolling my eyes but we're probably going to get results because they've never heard an american president talk crazy so then we go remember yeah they all hated bush hated him he was a cowboy it was an idiot but bush never said that stuff trump goes in there and he says that and there crapping their pants and because is it what he says is it is it a negotiating ploy because he's a big negotiator and is it simply words on his behalf or do you think he would truly pull out funding i think he would i think it'd make the noises because that clearly is is negotiating tactic he goes there yesterday and he's stomping around and blaming claiming the germans are totally controlled by the russians and that that hideously and the twenty less than twenty four hours later he says hey i got what i wanted and so now they've made promises they they just they just don't like having to pay for.
"baltic states" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"This is the john batchelor show president putin to meet president trump to discuss the new cold war the conflict building these many years since the incursion invasion destruction pulling a part of ukraine in two thousand fourteen and then the russian effort into syria and then the concern by nato that the baltic states are at great risk so that nato created a mobile force that moves between the baltic states and poland and now nato's anticipating more conversation about the russian threat patrick tucker the technology edited defense one is here to provide us an overview of what the war planners are now looking at when it comes to facing off with russia and they're looking at a small place an enclave it's called called kaliningrad it's on it's on the baltic however it backs into the critical baltic states along with belarus patrick is providing us analysis of satellite photos recent satellite photos of kaliningrad and if you want to read a tom clancy thriller this is chapter one patrick a very good evening to you writing this thriller we look at kaliningrad and we look at these photographs for new building what am i looking at and what is the concern good evening to you good evening so you're looking at is a munitions site that satellite photos that we obtained exclusively show has been experiencing strategic upgrades over the past three months since march mostly what you see is a thing called birmingham that's where they take a storage facility and they stack a bunch of dirt up on the side and then on top and that obscures the facility from satellite photos somewhat somebody took a little bit harder to see what's in there and it also them from outside troops that might be trying to gain access to them and we observe that in a concert with some other upgrades of military sites on the kaliningrad exclave as previously reported by the guardian satellite photo image providers that we've talked to have said on background said there are a couple of different sites that they're looking at we're waiting to hear a little bit more about that from them but what this speaks to is a big up arming of this weird exclave which is not actually connected to direct rest of russia it sticks way out into europe it's kind of the most western point of russia and it's an area of tremendous and growing concern for nato in particular for the baltic states your your report mentions railroad what's significant there so this particular munitions site is accessible to a large railroad that the russians are are continuing to build out on clinton grad to help with the ferry material in the fairing of arms between different sites on the exclave and that's important because rail played a really key role in their most recent massive exercise it was called pod which means west took place in the fall of last year late summer fall and what that was was a huge almost staged invasion of several baltic countries it didn't actually go into the territory of those countries but they practice in drill against what an invasion of those countries might actually sort of look like and one of the key points of that was not just this trill but also to lay down the rail infrastructure so that you could rapidly put all bunch of stuff into belarus which is only about sixty eight miles away from this exclave bellarusse being a key russian military ally and so in the event of some sort of actual something actually happening those rail lines are what the russians would use to distribute arms to put personnel to mobilize essentially for conflict and to see the degree to which they're upgrading them on the clinton grad exclave on top of what they did within belarus it's it's a little bit concerning because we also saw this in the runup to the invasion of georgia in the last decade the reports over these last years especially since sixteen have mentioned that the russians have deployed nuclear capable missiles i believe they're called iskander there are several versions of them into kaliningrad is that confirmed and does that suggest that nuclear tactical nukes are present are possibly present or that the russians are thinking about putting tax and tax journal nukes into into kaliningrad how do you interpret it right so the president the president of the essex twentysix it's skander has been confirmed in two thousand sixteen the russians made that a permanent aspect of their arming there it is as you said a nuclear capable missile which is different from being a nuclear missile depends entirely on the payload the.
G7 leaders set to clash with combative Trump over tariffs, trade
"Correspondent the bbc world service right here on wnyc am anna a new york coming up on the real story in the next half hour the fever world cup attracts an audience of millions very soon attention will focus on russia as it hosts the 2018 eighteen competition but once the legacy of staging such an enormous expensive event in the future we'll countries inevitably band together to spread the costs of stadiums and infrastructure and he's the competition tainted by corruption who benefits from the world cup that's all after a summary of the news bbc news a few macdonald has been another combative statement from donald trump ahead of his summit in canada with leaders of western allies the president tweeted that france and canada were charging the us was what he called massive tariffs speaking earlier in ottawa the french president emmanuel macron told reporters you would use the summit to trying to change president trump's mind on trade he said he would tell mr trump that he couldn't wage war on his allies the trump administration has for the first time began using federal prisons to house peop house people suspected of being illegal immigrants to the united states the immigration authorities are enacting mr trump's zerotolerance policy which requires prosecutors to lee criminal charges against anyone caught crossing the border illegally the international monetary fund is reached a deal with argentina for fifty billion dollar standby loan to the country argentina's agreed to cut public spending and reduce inflation what amal has requested international assistance for victims of sunday's will kind of corruption the country's foreign minister said medicines food and shelter were urgently needed one hundred nine people are now known to have died parliament in the state of victoria in australia has passed laws that created a framework for a future accord with indigenous groups campaigners described the vote as a watershed moment defense ministers from the nato alliance will discuss the issue of rapid military deployments on the second day of a meeting in brussels later on thursday ministers considered how to reinforce nato's defense capabilities in poland and the baltic states and a prominent dissident lawyer has been released from prison in vietnam and we in van die was putin plane in hanoi bone for the german city of frankfurt in april he was sentenced to fifteen years in jail for belonging to a banned group and conspiring to overthrow.
"baltic states" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Soviet union all kinds of new nations have come along the baltic states regained their independence slovenia split off from yugoslavia slovakia split up from the czech republic all the central asian stanzas becca stan ted gca stan who gives us dan they all came up meanwhile we have this squat in in in the middle east where everybody all around you can go anywhere around the world you've got to los angeles and go to paris and you can meet the most intelligent urbane civilized palestinians who are doctors lawyers all kinds of things because everyone with half a brain got out of that and the and what's left whether you're talking about the religious the theocratic loonies of hamas in gaza or whether you're talking about the clip talk crecy of mock mood bass in the plo on the west bank who had just filling up their swiss bank accounts with western money neither of them a capable of creating their own new nation state like savannah slovakia whatever nor do they have any interest in any of that what they're interested in doing is killing jews and because they a blood sacrifice counts that happy to drive as they did yesterday hey there simply happy to sacrifice their own on the altar of that count for example among those who supposedly died yesterday was.
"baltic states" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Soviet union all kinds of new nations have come along the baltic states regained independence slovenia split off from yugoslavia slovakia split up from the czech republic are all the central asian stanzas becca stan ted gca stan who gives us dan they all came out meanwhile we have this squat in in in the middle east where everybody all around where you can go anywhere around the world you've got gotta los angeles you can go to paris and you can meet the most intelligent urban civilized palestinians who are doctors lawyers all kinds of things 'cause everyone with half a brain got out of that and the and what's left whether you're talking about the religious the theocratic loonies of hamas in gaza or whether you're talking about the clip talk crecy of mock mood bass in the plo on the west bank who had just filling up their a swiss bank accounts with western money neither of them a capable of creating their own new nation state like savannah slovakia whatever nor do they have any interest in any of that what they're interested in doing is killing jews and are because they have a blood sacrifice count the happy to drive as they did yesterday hey there simply happy to sacrifice their own on the altar of that count for example among those who supposedly died yesterday was an eight month old baby who takes an eight month old baby anyway who would cnn reported this as if it's a serious thing no normal pass and what normal mava takes an eight month old baby to protests where they're putting kites with explosives and they're trying to plant bombs along a border fence takes an eight month old baby along and then and then cnn reports that the baby's supposedly died of tag ass in fact it did in the baby had some pre existing condition there's no pulse the reason there's no peace in the middle east is because the the kleptocracy in the west bank and the theocrat in gaza are into killing it's own about nation states anybody in the world kind of a nation state these days.
"baltic states" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Leaders of a group that travels all around in the baltics baltic states now lithuanian latvia and murderous jews another man named yuck who becomes an entrepreneur violence and his murder starts in a will it starts in what is now hungry and the part that was czechoslovakia but he murders stateless jews i wanna i and then he moves onto a murdering at babi yar the very very infamous murder of killing fields around kiev but i wanna be i wanna concentrate on victor arrages because you make an additional point professor that lawyers seem to be present leaving the mass murder he was a lawyer what did that what what vision did it give them that they could participate in this violence well the the point that people often make them not the first one to make it is that a very large number of of of german lawyers people who are trained in law often they bought a doctorate in law were commanders of einstein's come onto us or inside scoop and that is the special task forces who are assigned to kill communist handicap the gypsies and above all jews from what does one make of this well these people believe that what they were doing was was legal in a certain way but they had gotten themselves to a point where they were considering law as what served the race that's how cons franck who was also a lawyer he was hitler's personal lawyer wants put laws what serves the race and once you stop thinking the law is something which is universal in which touches all people are all citizens equally but rather something which is just one more tool to help the interests of the rate of the race then you're not really an illegal world at all there's one of the things to be said here which is that the ss officers who are often command and signs out scoop and these were people these were upwardly mobile people over the course of the nineteen thirties they were making a certain kind of of of career and the law degree was part of their making the career and that applies to arise as well the latvian who you mentioned we don't unlike the ss who who we know in the most for the.
Illinois town votes to ban assault rifles, fine violators up to $1,000 per day
"Following up a story that we talked about a lot yesterday many of our listeners are reacting to the town in illinois outside chicago that's banning socalled assault weapons field a chicago suburb voted unanimously to ban certain types of semiautomatic rifles and socalled large capacity magazines there's more violations carry a fine of between two hundred fifty thousand bucks per day this is our generation's fight your bureaucrats thomas jefferson warned us about that's deerfield here's some of our listeners against the second amendment they're breaking the law clearly does not work does take luggage chicago this is america i'm not giving up my gun is the beginning of the next civil war well hopefully the going shine state won't start doing the band i'm gene wexler what say you use the open mic feature in the news ninety six point five wdbo app the debate over funding for education rages on in several states you're right by our students and pass more revenue came after state lawmakers passed a tax hike freeing up money for schools and teachers and neighbouring kansas top republicans in the state senate who said they would not debate school funding until the legislature limited the power of judges to decide education spending have now dropped that demand that's as a two and a half weeks spring break looms and governor jeff collier urges lawmakers to pass it increase peace supports a plan that would boost spending on schools by five hundred twenty million dollars over five years brian clark abc news after spending wednesday with the leaders the three baltic states today president trump is on the road president trump travels to west virginia today to talk about the tax cut legislation he signed into law late last year press secretary sarah sanders he will participate in a roundtable with ceos and workers from companies who have provided bonuses pay raises and other benefits to their employees as a result of the trump tax cuts the white house says the roundtable will also include american families who say they have more money because of the tax code cuts this is president trump's fourth trip to west virginia since he took office karen travers abc news lou white house former new york city mayor rudy giuliani and his wife judith or divorcing after fifteen years of marriage page six is reporting that judith is contesting the.
White House reportedly reviewing Scott Pruitt's condo rental tied to energy lobbyist
"The slide wbz news time five oh to president trump host baltic state leaders today trump welcomes the leaders of estonia latvia lithuania to the white house today to marked one hundred anniversary of each nation's independence the white house says the agenda for the meetings will focus on strengthening the us relationship with each country when it comes to security trade and energy abc's karen travers reports the kremlin says mr trump's invited russian president putin to the white house though no date has firmed up a londonbased lawyer today becomes the first person sentenced in the russian investigation alexander vendors juan pleads guilty the lying to robert muller's team now he may escape without any jail time because in the court filing muller's investigators say vander zalm possesses information that is not widely known he apparently lied about his contacts with former trump campaign aide rick gates and a suspected member of russian intelligence the white house looks the epa chief scott pruitt's living arrangements abc's lana zak reports he paid a lobbyist fifty dollars a night for capitol hill condo epa has said that the deal was consistent with federal ethics regulations some members of the house energy and commerce committee say it raises red flags and that pruitt may have violated his ethics pledge not to accept gifts from lobbyists in new york times reports that lobbyists company won approval for a pipeline expansion but pruitt is denying any quid pro quo wsb news time.
"baltic states" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"There are misha's here which could have an impact but everyone will be thinking what will the russian response be what options will lead to escalation which could be dangerous for instance cyberattacks which sometimes spoken of that there's risks there of esscalation but i think that that issue of expulsions is certainly one that could have an impact and usa richard suggest we could go even further than that you wouldn't rule out potentially a military response i haven't said that but what i would say is that i think any response has got to be thoroughly comprehensive financial diplomatic trade sanctions as far as a military response is concerned i think it's got to be seen any form of military response has got to be seen as part of nato as paul von overall policy of nato deterrence which is happening with the in hartford presence in the baltic states etc but i think it's gotta as i say it's got to be part of a nato a nato response responds militarily doesn't it i mean that that is the purpose of nato after all nato is the absolutely to respond militarily and when an ally is attacked that is what nato is left to have we have we all would you define opposing attack it indeed pit was what we think it was sovereign territory by another nation would constitute an attack does a point here which is that what is it there is a need to really understand what sort of what what impact these attacks having what they're likely to have on what constitutes an attack a conventional hybrid but this would certainly in my mind constitute some form of hybrid attack there is a serious danger though isn't there of us attacking them militarily in any format all and they'll dangerous to abyss for me to spill yes i mean the point is to establish a strong and effective deterrence to raise the bar of risk sufficiently high for this sort of thing not to happen again which could mean well well as i say it's going to be part of an overall nato deterrent effect idea the soothing i'm thinking in terms if you would rule like a physical attack went on shoot down one of their aircraft or something like that only so what are we liked it could it be cyber attack a war again i'm not i'm not going to speculate we had a very impressive statement from.
"baltic states" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"In night in 2014 during the crisis in ukraine but since then we've moved from we've moved across the map too syria to the baltic states and then surprisingly since the election in november of 16 to the united states where thou russia american conflict has turned into a political nightmare for both parties and for american people trying to follow this story of accusations allegations whispering rumors and now many political actors in several committees in the house of representatives and the senate investigating also the special council also allegations by people who are not in washington but are actors in the drama one would be fusion gps glenn simpson so i welcome the professor tonight to tell a story nod of conflict here in the middle east but of conflict in the media in the united states are media conflict that is that is part of the difficulty of understanding this story who to trust steve a very good evening to you from ten thousand miles away and i started this evening to mention that i now see russia from a completely different point of view here in the gulf then i do when i'm in new york it's a different it's a different understanding of what russia is what china is what the indian ocean sfor where people want to go with their lives than it is in new york good evening to you steve importantly john what the occur there it's coming sixty degrees then it's balmy while i was sitting here in very cold frigid weather and wondering why you didn't take me with you i apologise professor so i wanna do something to night that in academic life is kind of methodology uh a student or a professor proposes a very large thesis but rather than generalize about the thesis they take what's called a case study and a singular example and use that example to illustrate and thereby prove the larger thesis so i'm going to be a little bit scholarly just at the top uh you and i i in particular have spoken during these years together a lot about what i call media of malpractice by the american print and broadcast uh media i start writing about this actually in regard to rush i i actually start writing about this long before russia gay back in the fifteen 90s and i continue to talk about it and i realize from time to.
"baltic states" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"And it is quite katie aimed at her what russia would do in the event of feeling that they had to attack not even if they were attacked by the west buffet felt that an attack might becoming therefore they would get their retaliation first and would attacked west and that's what zap at exercise is was about an and so at least putting up a fence is lithuania's waves i know it is just another those elements of saying where young we're not allowing you to give a sleepless nights but would look that's we know that you represent a threat trust we freely ripped into threat to us and this is just another way of saying 'hands off how much of a measure of protection is a membership of nato than because the course that the the triggering of the mutual defense pact would come in immediately they want where any it to be any attack from russia that is probably the best defensive goes any better than the fence and it's been improved this year by the fact that forces from various other nato countries have been sent to all three of the baltic states and poland so for example as eight hundred also british troops now in estonia germans have gone to lithuania those surbek because there's now there are now even if they're smaller multinational forces it does mean that any attack on uh on estonia latvia lithuania would definitely be seen as an attack on nato before those troops were there nato was saying well of course an attack on any members an attack on on on all of us but there was a worry that bin abboud the begin asians of nato goes wore for the sake of the three baltic states now any attack on them would mean an attack on troops from the bigger countries as well so there's a lot of americans for gump in poland too so that vat is now as i think there's no doubt that that would be seen as an attack on may turn and i think the russians understand that but the the beefing up by nato of their forces in the area of course is often seen as a provocation isn't it.
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"Our white house national security adviser h r mcmaster calls nicholas medeiros election and outrageous seizure of absolute power with d'oro is not just the bed leader he is now a dictator as a result treasury secretary steven mnuchin announced new us sanctions all assets doro subject to you s jurisdiction are frozen the sanctions bar americans from doing business with maduro greg clugston washington meanwhile white house spokeswoman sarah huckabee sanders says no chief of staff general john kelly will run the west weighing general kelly has the full authority and to operate within the white house and all staff will report in anthony scaramucci was let go today as white house communications director vice president mike pence told an audience in estonia monday america will always committed to protecting nato allies against attacks including the baltic states which have anxiously watched a growing russian military presence in the region today we stand were east meets west on a great frontier freedom and no threat looms larger in the baltic states than the spectre of aggression from your unpredictable neighbour to the east hit you will the fence is a vital issue for the three small former soviet states that border russia which we're all occupied for nearly five decades by soviet troops before regaining their independence in 1991 after the collapse of the soviet union los angeles reddit reached an agreement monday with international olympic leaders that will open the way for the city to host the twenty twenty eight summer games while seeding the 2024 games the rival paris on wall street the dow by sixty one points the nasdaq dropped twenty seven the s p lower by two oil up to fifty dollars.
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"One opposition leader eddy acclaimed that was a civil war inside theresa may's government the us vice president mike pence is again said that america is determined to protect baltic states from any aggression from russia on a visit to estonia he said an attack on wall nato ally walls on attack on us all us has joined on enhanced nato presence in the baltics as relations with russia deteriorate los angeles has announced that it intends to host the twenty twenty eight olympics leaving paris the state the games in 2024 the two cities where the only ones left in the ryan to host those two games now they've agree the order in which they will do so paris a said it couldn't wait another four years as the cited plans the olympic village would not be available off the 2024 and thousands of people have attended a ceremony in belgium to mark the one hundredth anniversary of one of the bloodiest battles of the first world war half a million soldiers are thought to have lost their lives in the threemonth battle of passion dale four thousand people were today ceremony at deep welcome to tonight's monocle daily it is possible that donald trump really does think he is in a real life version of the apprentice certainly that would explain the weekly highprofile dramatic departures for sean spicer then runspree boris now anthony scaramucci yes scaramucci the man whose arrival a little over a week ago prompted the first then the second of those departures he has now left.
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"On kirk darwin years which trending at one thirty president trump says everything in the white house is just fine trump took to twitter this morning citing strong economic trends adding quote no white house chaos john kelly use the new white house chief of staff after friday's abrupt departure of wrench prebus meanwhile the vice president is in eastern europe fox's simon owen the vice president meeting with the leaders of the baltic states estonia latvia and lithuania he called russia your unpredictable neighbour to the east but pledged continued american support vice president pence traveling next to georgia which fought a brief war with russian nine years ago and then montenegro the newest member of nato in london cited only fox news actor and playwright sam shepard has died shepherd passed away in his kentucky home surrounded by family he was seventy three years old i'm curt darling on the level on the go on twitter at 93 wibc n w kathy of crowd size hey did you guys know that kids who play sports earned more money when they are up of course i i knew that hey did you guys know that kids who read books have a maker of vocabulary oh yeah absolutely round jinx did you guys know that friendly children have more friends oh yeah that's true i knew that did you guys know that winter babies are better at music everyone knows that oh yeah yes oh hey guys did you know that most people think they're using the right carseat for their kid but they're not i didn't know that and british army that i'm pretty sure you'd parents who really know it all know for sure that their child is in the right car seat at the right age and size visit safercargovtherightseat to make sure your child is protected brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration n and the ad council.
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"The allegations a prodemocracy activists in hong kong has been acquitted of misconduct in public office during his time as a legislator the veteran activist learn clarke who is known locally as long hair hong kong's district court found he was not guilty of concealing a thirty two thousand dollar payments he received from the founder of the newspaper apple daily that his critical of beijing the us vice president mike pence is to meet the presidents have three baltic states and telling later on the second day of a visit to estonia mr pence aims to reinforce the message from the trump administration that its committed to defending the nato countries bordering russia estonia is one of only five nato countries to made mr trump's core to spend two percent of gdp on defence bbc news thank you for that law companies like from the bbc had shynah andrew in london this morning as we await the outcome of that divisive election in venezuela the diplomat was just broken ranks with the president is with us nypd more on president putin's announcement the number of us diplomats are being expelled from russia and we're in belgium hundreds two years after one of the bloodiest battles of the first world war bill several people have been killed amid violent clashes in venezuela during a controversial election to create a new parliament than you constituent assembly would override the existing oppositionled congress in what critics are aimed at calling at power grab by president nicolas maduro opposition parties in the oilrich nation boycotted the vote will grand reports from the capital caracas a method in a poor neighborhood on the eastern tip of caracas is his one solid chavis territory the late president was always immensely popular with the country's poor for this vote probably venezuela's most controversial election an organ times any jobs to stay at home i've been this shantytown in the past wing abbas was holding votes and the turn out then with that is there an olives nothing like none whatsoever they're all people hair looks very flags in comparison still the local candidate had is says he is convinced him new legislative bodies the quickest route for venezuela out of its troubles the constituent assembly obea space to paint discussed the direction of the country how the state he's organized out help closing me what price is legitimate because we the people legitimizing it with our participation i mean needless to say and he millions.
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"Uh uh uh uh vice president mike pence says president trump sent him to eastern europe with one message america first doesn't mean america loan our message to the baltic states uh my message when we visit to georgia and montenegro will be the same to our allies here in eastern europe we're with you we stand with you on behalf of freedom and it's it's a great honour for me to be the united states has sent two supersonic bombers over the korean peninsula in a show of force against north korea following that country's latest intercontinental ballistic missile test us pacific air forces say in a statement that the b1 bombers were escorted by south korean fighter jets as they performed a low pass over an air base in south korea before returning to guam meanwhile some experts are saying that the icbm test by north korea shows that half of the us now is within range of point yet more of these stories a town hall dot com mm hmm it's called the last fighter any chronicles the story of the final combat mission of world war two on august 15th 1945 nine days after the bombing of hiroshima the book's author don brown interviewed captain gerry yellen who participated in that mission brown tells the salem radio network the idea for the interview came when he sol yellen in a two thousand fifteen feature of the seventieth anniversary of the battle of iwo jima veteran and the american i knew i had a target story elevated uh put it quite where it should be we because i realise jerry what they are they haven't or the other part of our not you bear both on the combat missions took place even though japan had suffered massive devastation from the hiroshima bombing because the countries emperor still refused to surrender the name of the book the last fighter pilot news and analysis at town hall dot com i'm rhonda rock stra why well because mother nature wanted to match you dirty little us now kayce have wavelength bagged a fees since since we'll have the so let's wavelength this is the time full service fees marvel angle other carla slash stocks throwing who is in the world taught you mindful by sixth grade too many girls lose interest in math and science and.