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Do What Sounds Fun

The Next Right Thing

05:21 min | 3 weeks ago

Do What Sounds Fun

"Several months ago I had an episode called. Welcome your loneliness, that's episode one hundred fourteen, and in it I shared a little bit about some of the loneliness. I've been feeling at the end of last year, and at the beginning of this year, specifically as it related to my work I wasn't actually planning to share publicly at all about my experience with loneliness for several reasons. I it can be uncomfortable to talk about particularly when from the outside. There may not seem to be a lot of logical reasons why I was feeling lonely and happily married I have lots of wonderful friends, a supportive family colleagues I enjoy working with what gives Crimea River Emily. Nobody wants to hear that you're feeling a little bit lonely. At least that's what I told myself. Another reason why I didn't plan to talk about. It was because I've experienced waves of this kind of loneliness for decades, and there wasn't necessarily anything remarkable about this particular time I've remained private about it in the past and got through just fine. This time would be different. Except this time was different. Because, this time of loneliness coincided with the beginning of new, year and one word that I've been circling around for twenty twenty. Was the word welcome? It's a kind word and I couldn't let go of it as I thought about the year ahead I held onto that word because I wanted to remember to be open to new things, new invitations and new collaborations, I wanted to be a welcoming presence for new experiences and for opportunities, even if maybe they felt a little bit scary. But it wasn't only opening myself up to the good things. In fact, this word welcome came to me during a conversation with my spiritual director, as I shared with her about some fear, anxiety had been experiencing, and she invited me to become a better hostess. Even unwanted circumstances I was curious about what it would look like to have more welcoming posture as it related to anxiety. Which I realize, might I? I sound counterintuitive, but the more I learn about anxiety and worry the more I'm realizing what the experts say is true. The few try to push anxiety away? It only makes it worse, but when I welcome it or at least acknowledge its presence in the room. I have a better chance of knowing what to do next rather than spending all of my energy trying to get rid of the fear. Elizabeth Gilbert says something I quote often from her book big magic. She says you're fear is allowed in the car. It's going to be there anyway, so it's not even a question of whether or not. It's allowed. You can't get rid of it, but it doesn't get to drive. Let your fear. Ride Shotgun. I love that image of our fear riding shotgun. We waste our efforts. If we try to kick it out of the car instead welcome it, but don't let it take the wheel. well as I already mentioned, the beginning of the year brought a wave of loneliness I haven't experienced in a long time of course little. Did any of US know that this entire year would bring a level of cultural loneliness that we have never experienced before? But that's a conversation for another day, so I came into this new year holding onto this idea of being a welcoming presence and being open to what might come and to welcome it. Q. Foreshadowing music. Will during the season of loneliness, I reached out to my longtime friend Anne. When I first met Anne downs, it was over ten years ago and to be honest. I approached her with a little bit of caution is not because I didn't trust her, but because I really wanted to be her friend by wasn't sure. How here was the woman who I had a lot in common with? We both love. Jesus we both were trying to get our first book published. We both had a passion. Passion to serve teenage girls. We were both contributors for the same online blog at that time, but for all the ways we were similar, we were also super different. Anti got energy from being with people, and I got energy from being by myself. Any seemed perfectly comfortable, surrounded by laughter and lots of activity and fun and I like to watch people from a safe distance and make up stories inside my head. Anne is right on the outside and I brewed on the inside. If you know anything about the, she's seven and I'm a four and again. That's a conversation for another day. But it didn't take long before any, and I became true. Friends mostly impart. To her, inviting to our house for the weekend and me being smart enough to say yes. Our whole family promptly fell in love with her and the stories you've heard told about any remained true to this day to know her is to love her. So! We've been friends for over ten years and in that time we've had some adventures. We went on tour together once and by that I actually mean. She went on Tour for many shows as a speaker and I joined her for two of those shows we shared a book, released a back in twenty twelve. Her Book for teenage girls came out on the same day that my book for teenage girls came out. We've traveled together around. The world celebrated business and Personal Wins and grieved some losses, too. I met her because of the Internet, but our friendship goes way beyond the screen.

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S13E11  Inside out clothes - burst 3

Ubuntu Podcast

02:49 min | Last month

S13E11 Inside out clothes - burst 3

"Responded in this way. Fails a little bit hostile to me. You know because I think this post goes on to say that they're going to. Essentially make anything that once snapped a as dependency and act to be forcibly denied the ability to install snap day. And the reason why I fail, this is may be. A little bit on Fanta Lennox main users is if you look at the statistics for snap adoption, which are you can see publicly if you go and look at snap Kroft. Slash coal all slash core eighteen. Those are snaps. That are installed on all or most systems that have a snap installed. You will say after a boon to Lennox men is the second most popular platform for having uses installing snaps, and this is despite the fact that you know Lennox men you know that they can choose their own path, but they have chosen the you know a different different palmful would and they don't have a snap stole by default, and they don't promote snaps by default, but nevertheless, Lennox users are choosing to install snaps. And they're now going to make us jump through additional hoops, and there's a law of valuable software. In snap stole that you can't easily get unless you store as a snap. Say a fail like this is not just. Hostile, but little bit US style to to their own uses. And I feel it bit side because you know we've been able to work with. Mine Jar another destroys and. Come up with a puff. Workable way forwards West snaps can be a first class citizen. You know in other distributions whereas a good job. Lennox are in control of their repos and. Their own binders and therefore. Make these decisions for themselves or hang on a minute. They piggybacking on a boon to we and that's the thing is if they actually want us to have access to chromium. It's yeah, it's worth pointing out that Crimea the upstream project. They don't actually supply much in terms of. Packages that basically, if you, if you want a particular version of chromium, you can go hunting around. Basically a file listing to try and get the version that you want. The the point is that they want you to use crime Crimea Ms Raza sort of a nicety to the open source community, so there's work that goes in to anyone who wants to package it for. They destroy, which is why there's a stop rather than DEB. Because it was a lot easier to to maintain that for the versions of binti,

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Expand - test 2 (real expand)

Ubuntu Podcast

02:03 min | Last month

Expand - test 2 (real expand)

"A little bit on Fanta Lennox main users is if you look at the statistics for snap adoption, which are you can see publicly if you go and look at snap Kroft. Slash coal all slash core eighteen. Those are snaps. That are installed on all or most systems that have a snap installed. You will say after a boon to Lennox men is the second most popular platform for having uses installing snaps, and this is despite the fact that you know Lennox men. You know that they can choose their own path, but they have chosen the you know a different different palmful would and they don't have a snap stole by default, and they don't promote snaps by default, but nevertheless Lennox. Users are choosing to install snaps. And they're now going to make us jump through additional hoops, and there's a law of valuable software. In snap stole that. You can't easily get unless you store as a snap. Say a fail like this is not just. Hostile, but little bit US style to to their own uses. And I feel it bit side because you know we've been able to work with. Mine Jar another destroys and. Come up with a puff. Workable way forwards West snaps can be a first class citizen. You know in other distributions whereas a good job. Lennox are in control of their repose and compete with around binders and therefore. Make these decisions for themselves or hang on a minute. They piggybacking on a boon to we and that's the thing is if they actually want us to have access to chromium. It's yeah, it's worth pointing out that Crimea the upstream project. They don't actually supply much in terms of. Packages that, basically, if you, if you want a particular version of chromium, you go hunting around. Basically a

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Trump set to pull U.S. from Open Skies surveillance treaty

John Rothmann

03:30 min | Last month

Trump set to pull U.S. from Open Skies surveillance treaty

"The United States has withdrawn a from the open skies treaty this issue of foreign policy may seem distant but it should not be let's go to my friend rob from Richmond rob welcome to KGO John you've got to open your eyes and see the open allies of open skies you know I sent you the article by Tim Morrison former trump National Security Council director and at the Hudson institute he rolled to the right center New York times about the abuses of the Russians they are targeting our critical infrastructure for you know for when there's hostilities bill Bailey hit us very precisely they get over flights in two thousand seventeen abusing this treaty over of the White House and over nobody slides over the White House date there lies no do you think lies over the white house you got a good correct it's so high they say you're doing it on the open skies it's not it's not twenty five feet over its probably the forty fifth probably eighty thousand feet over it but doesn't matter read the article and from National Security Council timers and and also over over trump's New Jersey one of his get aways while he was there so this is this is the way they are abusing it and they walked out of the non lugar agreement in two thousand twelve the Russians did that with the program John that that the for thirty years American boots on the ground in Russian nuclear facilities well Putin said to heck with that we don't want to be able to see anything that we're doing over here so they kicked us out that's in two thousand twelve so they are and then they go invading the Crimea and and but chemical which this president accepts chemical weapons in Syria yeah well we've got the courage the courage and wisdom of this man this is so it's all Dylan Thomson dupes that fall for this kind of European dilettante and I'm not a dupe this is falling for the day that I stayed up but you you're it so now you John this is an agreement which is worked R. thirty plus partners want us to continue the president of the United States as sad well will restructure something else I will include the Chinese and you know how far he gets when he wants to restructure I mean rob this was stupid now this is this is an absolute rail politique and you've got your head in the sand if you don't think the Russians pose a threat the Russians posed as say the Russians didn't pose a threat it seems to me and it seems to me rob when I said the Russians posed a threat in the American election your loss at all no no no no that's not true you got me I said it's a threat in the end trump is the one that is a trial thing down hard right now all the Russians because he can schmooze all other theories and then he stood in Helsinki almost stage with Vladimir Putin and said that he accepted Putin's word rather than the words of American intelligence agencies that are you don't think our intelligence is running trump as a call excellence president of the all time and by the way that's to do pollutant why not my friend well I appreciate your call but you're wrong what can I

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Stoop show: Brooklyn accordionist entertains neighbors

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Stoop show: Brooklyn accordionist entertains neighbors

"Traditional crowns seventy adorned one year services old for son the anzac day memorial and holiday all decided in Australia to do the one have thing been replaced you with candle lit vigils and play Dr as weights a fourteen restrictions on crowds it's very frustrating due to the corona for me virus pandemic as a mean health the and usual safety activists packed events held across because the country were canceled over seventy in New two Zealand so to be where confined even tighter to my house crowd restrictions got the idea are in from place seeing others prime doing minister the same Jacinda in communities done hope going a dawn ceremony virus on the driveway lockdown of Crimea we are house able to the latest be physically official residence apart while being the holiday very much marks together the anniversary and they were of Russell Straily Lancaster New Zealand soldiers more known way as anzacs of making new York city landing feel like on a the spot Gallipoli peninsula and that's what in neighborhoods nineteen fifteen really are Julie I'm surpasses Walker in New York

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On Anzac Day, services in lockdown replaced by home vigils

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

On Anzac Day, services in lockdown replaced by home vigils

"Traditional crowns adorned services for the anzac day memorial holiday in Australia have been replaced with candle lit vigils and Dr weights restrictions on crowds due to the corona virus pandemic mean the usual packed events held across the country were canceled in New Zealand where even tighter crowd restrictions are in place prime minister Jacinda done hope a dawn ceremony on the driveway of Crimea house the latest official residence the holiday marks the anniversary of Straily New Zealand soldiers known as anzacs landing on the Gallipoli peninsula in nineteen fifteen I'm surpasses

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On Anzac Day, services in lockdown replaced by home vigils

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

On Anzac Day, services in lockdown replaced by home vigils

"Traditional crowns adorned services for the anzac day memorial holiday in Australia have been replaced with candle lit vigils and Dr weights restrictions on crowds due to the corona virus pandemic mean the usual packed events held across the country were canceled in New Zealand where even tighter crowd restrictions are in place prime minister Jacinda done hope a dawn ceremony on the driveway of Crimea house the latest official residence the holiday marks the anniversary of Straily New Zealand soldiers known as anzacs landing on the Gallipoli peninsula in nineteen fifteen I'm surpasses

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On Anzac Day, services in lockdown replaced by home vigils

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

On Anzac Day, services in lockdown replaced by home vigils

"Australians and New Zealanders have commemorated the national Remembrance Day from harm traditional crowd to dawn services for the anzac day memorial holiday in Australia have been replaced with candle lit vigils and Dr weights restrictions on crowds due to the corona virus pandemic mean the usual packed events held across the country were canceled in New Zealand where even tighter credit restrictions are in place prime minister Jacinda done hope a dawn ceremony on the driveway of Crimea house the latest official residence the holiday marks the anniversary of the Straily New Zealand soldiers known as anzacs landing on the Gallipoli peninsula in nineteen fifteen I'm surpasses

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Putin asks court if he can amend constitution to run again for president

Inside Europe

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Putin asks court if he can amend constitution to run again for president

"Russia's lower house of parliament has approved a range of amendments to the constitution the reforms allow president Vladimir Putin to seek re election after his current term ends in twenty twenty four not a single lawmaker voted against the reforms following approval by the opera house Putin would like to sign the bill into law on March the eighteenth that's the anniversary of Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimea region it will also go to a public referendum nationwide on April the twenty second for approval at Putin's insistence other changes introduced as part of the constitutional reforms include a ban on same sex marriage and listing a belief in god as a traditional

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Russia's plans for Crimea were long in the making

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:08 min | 4 months ago

Russia's plans for Crimea were long in the making

"What America has officially calling a Russian invasion of Ukraine Russian troops reading out throughout the strategic Crimean Peninsula before we get into how such a stop might occur. Let's take a look at why a theory circulating for Awhile has held that Putin sees the annexation of Belarus as a means for extending his tenure in the Kremlin under constitutional term limits. He has to stand down in two thousand and twenty four but those of course are the constitutional term limits of Russia a new country the Republic of Russia and Belarus. Perhaps would have a new constitution. Which might will be less concerned with such niceties however more recent shenanigans suggests that Putin is pursuing other means of installing himself as president for life though he may also be keeping in mind that he will timed unsuccessful. War rarely hurts and incumbent and or Russia's coveting of Belarus might be an expression of Russia's eternal and deep seated desire to put distance between itself and its enemies actual or imaginary and maintain what Moscow still sees as its rightful dominion Russia's recent incursions into Georgia and Ukraine have been obvious enough endeavors to keep those countries out of the wests orbit and more importantly out of NATO. She wouldn't yep criteria today. The hysterics need to stop and the Cold War rhetoric needs to be rejected and the obvious thing admitted. Russia is an independent active participant on the international sane like other countries it has international interests. That should be considered and respected important. When you look at you when you still there is also and it can never be holy discounted. The fact that much of Russia's foreign policy appears currently to revolve around just annoying everyone else for the sake of it inflaming. Russia's concerns about Belarus a recent indications that Russia can no longer take Belarus or its president for granted. Lushenko who is as his name suggests of Ukrainian descent refused to recognize Russia's annexation of Crimea. In two thousand fourteen and has been quite supportive of Ukraine generally. He has resisted Russia's pressure for close ties even as Russia has squeezed energy supplies to Belarus. He has reached out to the West. He has hitherto disdained sourcing oil from Norway and hosting. Us Secretary of State. Mike pompeo in Minsk it advocates wanted to help Belarus built its own sovereign country our energy producers stand ready to deliver one hundred percent of the oil. You need a competitive prices. The biggest energy producer in the world. And all you have to do is call us. We can't be part of some of the country. Lukashenko told his people last month. I can't betray you and dissolve Belarus even into brotherly Russia. If I agree to US Belarussians would eat me alive within a year. It might be tempting to interpret this. As pre election flag-waving Lukashenko will be seeking a sixth term in August. Were it not? For the fact that Belarusian elections tend toward the predictable indeed since independence in one thousand. Nine hundred ninety. One Belarus has not held a presidential election which Lukashenko has not won and often by these sorts of margins which have regrettably prompted suspicions among some petty fogging. Cynics that the results have had a certain preordained. Quality as for how a Russia this as Bellarusse conflict might unfurl. We've pretty much gotten the idea. From Russia's other recent military adventures they would be perhaps grim muttering about oppression of an ethnically Russian and all Russian speaking population which is about eight percent of Belarus and as recently as Monday Eagle Miroslav. A member of the upper chamber of Russia's parliament the Duma felt it necessary to pronounce upon a Social Media Storm which followed a dispute in Minsk cafe between a Belarusian speaking customer anti Russian Speaking Server balaclava-clad gentlemen in unbudged. Uniforms may arrive from somewhere. Certainly not Russia obviously in unmarked trucks and armored vehicles accompanied by smoking denials from Moscow. Nope nothing to do with us. Never seen these people or their russian-made weapons before. Probably just some lads on a stag do at Cetera. At which point as in Georgia and as in Ukraine Russia will have stick in Belarus's side which it can prod twist or pretend to withdraw as it sees necessary. Russia may also calculate that the West would be unlikely to risk much to ride to the rescue of an obdurate autocrat like Lukashenko. This might not be likely exactly but especially if one bets with form. It's not exactly unlikely either. That

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Senate report details Obama administration's response to Russian interference

All Things Considered

05:01 min | 5 months ago

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

Has China lost Taiwan?

Between The Lines

14:05 min | 5 months ago

Has China lost Taiwan?

"Taiwan's president secured secured a second term over the weekend started scenes of the woman who stood up to China because China always believe China. Taiwan's recent election is widely seen as a watershed moment a referendum between Wayne. Two very different choices saw in win. She's the president since two thousand sixteen. She promised to protect Taiwan's freedoms from an increasingly assertive. He said he's an autocratic Beijing or the nationalist combing Tung came to the opposition which stressed causes ties with Beijing. The result a landslide two cy and her ruling independence leading Democratic Progressive Party. It was her warnings about China that hit home. We've voters this threat Israel with these respect from China situation has changed you. You cannot exclude the possibility of a war. And it's high invading. Taiwan is something that is going to be very costly fled China Taiwan's president saw in win on the basis now. She scored move odds than any other presidential candidate since Taiwan hi one began holding democratic elections in Nineteen ninety-six. So why has Beijing's efforts to control. Taiwan was it backfired and we'll China Now back off from what it sees as a renegade province remember most nations including the United States and Australia. We adhere to the one China policy which means we formally acknowledge Beijing's claims over Taiwan but what can Washington and camera do to help this vibrant democracy of twenty ninety four million in the face of arising China. Natasha Qassam is research fellow at the Lowy Institute for International Policy where she directs the annual Lowy Institute suit poll. She's a former Australian diplomat. And he wants is emeritus professor of Strategic Studies at the Australian National University and author of how to defend Australia. He's a former deputy defense secretary. Natasha Hugh Welcome to Iran. To be with you thanks for having is time now Natasha. Why has China lost the battle for public opinion in Taiwan? Look I do think there's a real question as to whether China ever had a chance in this respect. You've got a longstanding up position in Taiwan to unification with China. You've got a long standing position to one country. Two Systems the model that China developed in the eighties Fulbari Taiwan and Hong Kong. And of course we see the problematic way that's playing out in Hong Kong today but the most important issue here I think has been the emergence of a unique Taiwanese identity entity. This is what has really changed over the last decade the majority of Taiwanese people they see themselves as Taiwanese and in part this is in opposition to a growing authoritarian -tarian reach from China but in pilots a product of Taiwan's transition to democracy. It's unique history in terms of its different periods of colonization and indigenous peoples. I think today we can say that. This far more that divides Taiwan and China then unites them. Is that growing sense of independence in Taiwan. And Natasha you mentioned Hong Kong and how that was supposed to be the roadmap for China's One Country Two Systems policy the clearly rebuked in these elections hugh. How does Beijing you all these? Well I think they must be very gloomy very concerned and I think getting pretty angry because I completely agree with Tushar I think the elections very significant because it confirms assumes absolutely that the prospect of an eventual consensual reunification of Taiwan agreeing to be absorbed or reabsorbed helped by the mainland looks more and more remark and the problem for everyone including for Taiwan is that Beijing is very unlikely to accept except that Beijing for Beijing reunification as I sit bringing Taiwan back into China is an essential part of their agenda of Xi. Jinping's agenda to for the rejuvenation as he calls it off of China overcoming of that century of humiliation which which began with the opium wars lower back in the forties and which she has set himself to overcome overturn. I think for him getting Taiwan back as he I would say it is. There is nothing more important to him. Nothing more important to the Communist Party and so we have The seats of a real tragedy because as Natasha says it's clear and clear that the Taiwanese don't want to be part of China and it says clearest safe obtain the Chinese determined to make it part of I hear you say Washington Santon. Sorry Beijing won't accept Taiwan's growing assertiveness but hasn't by aging conduct here been counterproductive. I think of John is if it's to intensify military not exercises around the Taiwan Strait. If it's to US light diplomatically. A Taiwan a hasn't that just stiffened the resolve of the tonys. ESO expected. Has I think I think that's been effector I think is Natasha. Says I think what's happened in. Hong Kong has has disabused anyone in Taiwan of any illusions about what one-country-two-systems three two systems would really mean. If it was applied to talk to Taiwan I think the growing authoritarian nature of the Chinese Communist Party ruled in China itself under under Shuzhen Ping Has Added to that. Boils I think as Natasha says again. That that the the the long term development of Taiwan itself Tallinn's entity that the the evolution of a very vibrant democracy there Meant that perhaps. Whatever Beijing done even if Beijing it'd be much less frightening that it has been it still would have been unlikely that Taiwan would move voluntarily to do what Beijing once and it's actually is hugh why wrought out here and he's not alone? We've had on this program over the last few years Professor Jon Meacham from the University of Chicago. The argument here is that not only will China be much more powerful awful than it is today but it will also remain deeply committed to making Taiwan part of China. I think she's deadline. Is this attender of the Communist revolution. Which would be a twenty four nine in other words? Tom Is on China. Saad your response. I disagree that Taiwan is really significant priority for Xi Jinping's China. But I think it's important when we think about what their highest priority is and for me that is always the domestic legitimacy of the potty state and and so by Beijing's policies primarily directed at that domestic audience. They might be failing in Taiwan but suddenly what they ought designed to do is to demonstrate two people in China that Beijing holds all the cards that they have a able to exit military pressure on Taiwan that they can exclude Taiwan from international organizations and that is the highest priority and under Xi Jinping's China. I think the hotline inflexible policies will just continue for godless. The effect that they have in Taiwan. But at the same time I do think it's a self fulfilling prophecy to argue that China will become so powerful so we should roll over and do nothing and therefore it will allow be allowed to become even more all powerful in military and economic times. I think this is almost a given Alpha China. But it's not a given in terms of China's power. China's power has been restricted in the region winslow in many ways many countries including Australia do not recognize the ages over the as traders say. China hasn't succeeded in achieving. Its goals in the South China Sea. It hasn't succeeded in closing bases in Japan. There's that in South Korea in numerous ways. I wouldn't say that time is on China side if anything I I think. China as a rational actor recognizes the cost of a protracted war a much higher than the cost of their patients on that knowledge has as Shea Jingping pink overreach. The embroiled other countries led by the US but including Australia to a newly skeptical view of Chana. I look clearly Thomas. China's Powell grows as system becomes more authoritarian as the way it seeks to exhibit influence throughout the region becomes to put it politely a more assertive a lot of countries. You Niger and beyond becoming more and more worried about what. China's power and hatch on is going to use its power mains over the next few decades but that I think we'd be too optimistic to imagine that China is somehow becoming a self limiting problem. I do think Jonah's power has grown. I think it's influences growing there. It's I still true. Of course. There's Natasha is that there are lots of things at China would like it. It hasn't yet got but I'm more pessimistic than she is that about China's capacity not to get its way increasingly as time goes on and it's worth bearing in mind all the things that China does get that yes Not everyone accepts what China wants to do in the just south China Sea but Australia. Itself hasn't undertaken serious remove navigation operations Australia and self does not acknowledge China as a strategic rival. The United States does Japan treating China increasingly cool. She asleep as it becomes less and less confident about Donald Trump's America. And we'll push you. It's Responsibilities towards Japan onto the treaty. So I think actually China is doing pretty well. I think we've made a big mistake. To underestimate raced tonight. But China's resolve in its capacity to use. Its Influence to get what it wants. I guess. Hugh Watt for my new and Tasha Qassam from from lowy and we're talking about Taiwan and China in the wake of the all in democracies election widely seen as a rebuke to Beijing. The TASHA you say Beijing's going to weaken Taiwan's democracy house. Oh look I think I said that it was going to try and I think it is trying in many ways. It's trying through disinformation Ryan and bypassing more media outlets in Taiwan and then controlling the narrative in that way it is certainly trying to infiltrate grassroots organizations like temple organizations sations and farmers and fisheries groups. The thing is that Beijing is very much moving away. I think from trying to support. Just one side of politics. The Guangdong Minggong which has always been seen as more friendly towards Beijing insofar as has been unsuccessful because the dog is not able to as. We've all of the reasons since we've already outlined. They are not able to deliver Taiwan in any way because of the way of public opinion against China. So now I believe that Beijing is trying to undermine undermine the democracy itself to undermine people's faith in institutions trying to essentially mess it up I think the best expression I've had tended into Crimea so that you have a government paralyzed a government that people do not trust and in that way the system would be much weaker. You Natasha to agree that Beijing is going to try awaken Taiwan's democracy and certainly badging will increase the pressure to open talks on reunification. I suppose the question here is wise. China so sensitive about Taiwan one. I mean think about it Taiwan or Formosa as it was earlier known. It's only been part of China for something like four out of the past one hundred twenty twenty five years since Japanese colonization nineteen ninety-five four out of one hundred twenty five and those four years when the nationalists who fled to Taiwan. They were running the mainland alien so why the sensitivity. He what. We'll Tom Because one hundred and twenty five years is not very long time in the way of China's paypal and the Chinese government see themselves CBS and has precisely one hundred and twenty five years that I see correctly in some ways as being a very black period in the history and that the the great mission of the Communist Party has been to bring China out of that as I said before the rejuvenation of the Chinese people. It's hard to underestimate. Overestimate the the emotional power Al behind this idea of China returning to its previous position and Taiwan has become a and the Chinese Communist Party has made Taiwan into a a symbol of everything bad that happened to China before and everything that Diane resolved to fix and the way in which they they put Hong Kong back into into the fold the YM which have grown their economy the way in which they have reasserted China's military power and have trying at least to reassert itself the parish cultural pass at a speak. All of that is part of the deal but Taiwan is in a sense that the jewel in the crown for them and so I think the the political political and to a certain extent the emotional fright that the Taiwan issue carries does make it absolutely central to the Communist. Party's not just its own sense of itself but it's confidence that it can continue command. The loyalty and achieved legitimacy in the eyes of the Chinese people as what Communist Party delivers not just in terms of prosperity but in terms of China's dignity and position in the world symbolized by Taiwan that is so central to its legitimacy as the government of China Anna. And does that mean Natasha Qassam. That is now a very real danger that the listen Beijing takes from size relection. Is that the only way. Taiwan will ever a unify with mainland China. As at the end of a gun. Look that's entirely possible but I have to say I'm not convinced that as an argument mainly because we like to think think of China's military palate in terms of it being this very quick victory. RV Taiwan because they are coming late outgunned in that sense but none nothing about this would be. It would be very difficult to take Taiwan in terms of its geography and even an invasion is really just the beginning. When you have twenty four a million people who don't want to be a part of your country you have? Refugees flocking to other countries in the region including Australia. You'll have resistance in the streets. You'll have disruption to global supply chains at which Taiwan lies at. Its hot this is not an easy proposition. It is laden with

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"crimea" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:31 min | 6 months ago

"crimea" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"They took Crimea and that's a long story in itself and and the history of it we're just beginning to learn who was not eager to make that decision but he was told your people have to remember that Crimea is the whole of the most important Russian naval base at serviced awful I went to Crimea was it two summers ago not last summer the summer before and I food from Moscow to you also and I mean just Simferopol which is the capital the only place you can fly on a on a commercial aircraft and then by car I had a free all the and I stopped along the way of the Russian naval bases for all you have to see it to understand why the Russians cherries and any threat to it what would bring a reaction so in two fourteen when the Ukrainian crisis began in the new cranium leadership which was wildly anti Russian and nationalistic said they were taking simple local breaking the lease that Russia had a forty year lease I think I mean obviously it triggered in Moscow crisis including had to decide did he take Crimea or do you risk losing the naval base and I think he was told and basically understood because if you go to crime you you understand how Russian it is I mean it's just a Russian officers no two ways about it that he'd be remembered badly in Russian history if he gave away or fail to secure Crimea and Stephen what do you think would have happened had Russia back in two thousand three and desert storm prior to that invaded Iraq under the auspices of weapons of mass destruction that were never there what do you think the world would let Russia get away with that your your reversing registry right you're doing alternative I've never thought about it I think I think the world would go crazy they would if they wore yeah I I have never thought about that George but I think that's a very good point we kind of yeah it's not been completely forgotten and in Russia was a shock by the way at least the pro American or pro western faction of the crewmen said the United States would never do such a and of course we knew that Saddam didn't have these weapons Russians above all though but that the United States did that was a shock and a blow to to the pro western pro American and I'm going to send more troops in there it seems there are I think again it's just from trying to get the this office back this monkey not being resolute about any patient rushes and all we're gonna take a break in just a second Stephen we'll talk more about US Russian relations will open up the phone lines as well to give everybody an opportunity to make a call or two will to ask you a question as well we're talking with Stephen Cole one and I got to tell you folks I would say with the foremost expert on Russian US relations and Russia as well one of his books war with Russia from Putin and Ukraine to trump in Russian gate all the all those books are on his website which are linked up it coast to coast AM dot com so we will be back in a moment we'll take some calls next hour with Stephen Cohen later on in the program we'll be talking about angels so get ready and.

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Putin opens huge Russia-Crimea rail bridge

AP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Putin opens huge Russia-Crimea rail bridge

"The longest railway bridge in Europe which connects Russia and Crimea has been inaugurated by Russian president Vladimir fusion he rode a commuter train for the opening of the nineteen Kalamata bridge intended to bolster links between Russia and Crimea which was annexed in twenty fourteen leading to international sanctions against Russia Putin said that fourteen million passengers and about thirty million tons of cargo are expected to move across the bridge

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Amid Western Condemnation, Putin Opens Crimea Bridge To Rail Traffic

BBC Newshour

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Amid Western Condemnation, Putin Opens Crimea Bridge To Rail Traffic

"Russian president Vladimir Putin has officially opened the railway bridge connecting rushes to Amman peninsula with Crimea which was seized from Ukraine five years ago state television showed him riding in the driver's cab as the train because the nineteen kilometer bridge across the catch straight is our Europe regional editor Mike scientists this rail connection is the latest physical confirmation that Russia controls Crimea regardless of international condemnation huge fanfare Russian state television showed live pictures of president Putin taking the train from the Crimean side passenger services will follow last year Mr Putin drive a bright orange trucks to lead a convoy across the adjacent road bridge the crossing over the catch straight was finished despite the US sanctions that may serve as an indication that measures Washington took against Russia's undersea gas pipeline to Germany on Friday will not prevent its

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An Interstellar Wanderer Is Coming Our Way

Short Wave

01:52 min | 7 months ago

An Interstellar Wanderer Is Coming Our Way

"This Sunday December eighth in interstellar traveler an an object from outside our solar system known as the comment too I bere- sof will make its closest approach to the sun it's only the second interstellar object we've ever ever detected hence to I and the comment was discovered by a man in Crimea named Gennady Borisov. Now gedney's actually discovered several comets already. I hit seven discovers the comments and then back in August just around sunrise. He was looking through his telescope peering into space and just lost in the corner of his field of view. I looped moving object a little different direction from their Ossa Asteroids. At first he thought it was just a regular smuggler comment from inside our solar system. But it wasn't Gennady Borisov had discovered covered in interstellar comet is new and have your name. The Hubble telescope even published an image with his name on it I happen Kabul's dilatot take images this and I see on the four My name but sometimes fame can be exhausting after discolors hours I have many many telephone many video TV comment and I have one. I want to rest. Defendant hugging get some well earned rest. We'll get the low down onto I- Barista from a shell bannister. She's a planetary astronomer at Queen's University Belfast.

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Apple changes Crimea map to meet Russian demands

Mac OS Ken

02:57 min | 7 months ago

Apple changes Crimea map to meet Russian demands

"Last week I said apple had a potentially difficult decision coming up in Russia if the company's latest action there is any indication. A lot of people probably won't like it's decision. The story story last week was of a new Russian law that would require apple to ship. IPHONES IPADS Max. And other devices to be sold in Russia with Russian Shen made APPS preinstalled lawmakers in the country say the inclusion is simply to ensure parody to make sure that people know of russian-made alternatives lives to largely Western apps. Those opposed to the law. Worry that the Russian APPS will be used to spy on the citizenry. If apple wants to keep selling devices in Russia it seems it will have to comply hence a potentially difficult decision when the law goes into effect in July of twenty twenty. I say a lot of people probably won't like it's likely decision based on a move made by the company last week the BBC ran a piece saying apple. All has complied with Russian demands. To show the annexed Crimean Peninsula as part of Russian territory on its APPs reminding readers of the issue the BBC says Russian forces annexed Crimea from Ukraine and March two thousand fourteen drawing international condemnation until recently family apple showed Crimea as part of Ukraine. And if you check your map it probably still does. While the State Duma. The lower house of Russia's is parliament says Crimea and Sevastopol now appear on apple devices as Russian territory. Apparently only true for devices set to use the APP store her for Russia according to the report apple had been in talks with Russia for several months over what the State Duma described as inaccuracy in the way Crimea was labeled labeled the company had wanted to show Crimea as undefined territory part of neither Russia nor Ukraine. It was at that point that Russian authorities authorities reminded apple that labelling Crimea as part of Ukrainian territory was a criminal offence under Russian law. Now it's part Russia as far as apple's concerned as long as you're inside Russia while the BBC piece was written before apple offered comment. Philip Philip Elmer dewitt's apple three dot had the Cupertino Company offering a statement. That side had trudy Muller Apple Senior Director. PR saying we would. I'd like to clarify for our customers around the world that we have not made any changes to apple maps regarding Crimea outside of Russia where a new law went into effect it requires us to update the map within Russia we review international law as well as relevant. US and other domestic laws before making a determination and labeling Our maps and make changes if required by law.

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Apple 'taking a deeper look' at map policies after calling Crimea part of Russia

BBC World Service

00:22 sec | 7 months ago

Apple 'taking a deeper look' at map policies after calling Crimea part of Russia

"The tech giant apple is said it's taking a deeper look at how it handles disputed borders after it showed Crimea as Russian territory on its maps and weather apps the change is only visible to apple uses within Russia itself and came about after pressure from Moscow an apple spokeswoman says alteration had been made because of new legislation in

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Apple 'taking a deeper look' at map policies after calling Crimea part of Russia

BBC World Service

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

Apple 'taking a deeper look' at map policies after calling Crimea part of Russia

"The US tech giant apple has said he's taking a deeper look at how it handles disputed borders offered showed Crimea's part of Russia's territory on its maps and weather apps Chris buckler reports from Washington for most of the world apple's maps don't specify where the Crimean peninsula belongs to you but the company says it complied with needles in Russia to short as within its borders for anyone looking up information inside the country that led to a furious response from you cran apple says it's not a taking a deeper look at how it handles disputed areas as part of IT services the company insists it took into consideration international legislation as well as loss in the US and other countries before making any decisions but in a statement apple said as part of its review it may make changes in the future

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"crimea" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"crimea" Discussed on WJR 760

"One Crimea on the red line one of the things totally out smart of Obama Obama was upset they took them out I think Roger should be a part of it because we're looking for world peace at the other things raped another thing I would be a lot easier that Russia in federal reserve officials debated over the level of interest rate cuts at a meeting last month before they decided to decrease borrowing costs for the first time in a decade Jim Johnson reports the minutes don't indicate any consensus on future changes but the officials who met three weeks ago struggled with whether there should be a bigger interest rate cut or even know decrease at all those who argued against a rate cut said the economy was starting to improve after a soft spot in the spring to policy makers though said they believe the fed should slash its benchmark policy rate by a half percentage point double the eventual outcome in what would be called a recalibration to meet economic change I'm Jim Johnson Major League Baseball issues a memo to players against using over the counter sexual enhancement pills correspondent John stillness has more the memo sent by the commissioner's office warned players about the quote very real risk that taking these convenience store pills could result in a suspension for taking a performance enhancing drug ESPN's Jeff passing reports the memo said at least two players were suspended after the banned substances found in their urine came from these products multiple sources tell ESPN that the use of these pills as prevalent among baseball players and that the pills are contaminated with prohibited and unsafe ingredients like anabolic steroids the memo goes on to say quote we strongly urge players against taking any sexual or male enhancement.

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"crimea" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"crimea" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"This week. Maybe he'll show fast track. Aggressively on that you could say was he wasn't gonna show. I thought he was going to be there are right. Let's see John take take one because I lost my fast track. Okay page. Well, it's interesting. You asked me to take one. Because Steve I know what you're saying. No, I'm not saying, I know what you're saying. Shame never say are you going to visit facts website again. We'll today is your lucky lucky I have four facts three of these are actual effects when I completely made up a great play Jake and play Mason's now Mace while you were gone. Yes. Last week. Yeah. I fooled everybody I fold Michael. I fooled j I fooled Greg. It was an Uber fans like a fool. So if I did it if I do it again this week it may be one of my greatest triumphs of all time. Now this in your honor, Steve Mason. Yeah. Is in entertainment themed. Okay. Good. All right. So fact, number one because they are feuding fifty cent paid three thousand dollars. To by two hundred front row seats at a job rule concert just to keep them empty. Okay. All right. That's fact, number one. I'm so proud of you said fifty cents. Yeah. Fact, number two, Justin Timberlake wrote Crimea river. About Britney Spears two hours after they split. Wow. All right. That's fact, number two fact number three throughout the entire series of friends, the six main characters slept with a combined total of only thirty one people throughout the entire run of friends. Inspect number three fact number four Adam west who played the first TV bet man in the sixties had his dentist at a little black Batman logo to one of his molars. That's fact, number four, right? So once again fact, number one fifty cent paid three grand by two hundred front row seats at a concert, justly memory, number two, Justin Timberlake wrote Crimea river about Britney Spears, two hours after they split fact number three throughout friends, the six characters slip at the combined total of thirty one people. In fact, number four. Adam west had his dentist. Put a little black Batman logo to one of his molars J cross. Let's go first with you today. Which one is the fake fact how much money did you say fifty cents spin on three grand three by two hundred front row seats at a gel rule concert and left them empty? Well, if you only played three grant, I think we would have heard about it. But you know, what I'm gonna say that's the fake one. Okay. Jarrell Jay's going with number one Mace. What are you going with going Adam west that is the most victimless thing I've ever heard who attached to on their molar now? Greg Bergman this would be very upsetting to you to get shut out two weeks in a row. You're normally very good at this game. Which one is the fake fact, I think they're both wrong. I think it's either JT or the friends one Joey slept with a lot of people. But I don't think you actually saw those people you mean, he was so ping with them between episode. We'll know that who knows they just don't know. They just don't he doesn't. He doesn't talk about them. Like, they just assume that he's a personally that sleeps with a lot of people. Okay. So what are you? I'm gonna go with the JT Crimea riverboat. It was more than two hours. Okay. That's I'm going. I know he wrote that. On a pillow. You heard all of them one to three or four you're going with three one on each of them, some people. Right. So first of all. Jay, crawls, you're wrong because they are feuding fifty cent and this just happened recently did pay three grand for two hundred seats right in the front of several concert and left him empty. You know, why are you there? I didn't think that was the one. What's up players? Don't think you know, who John rule is. Yeah. That's probably true. That was part of it. I would not no. He walked in Greg amount. You're out Justin Timberlake did right Crimea river in two hours after his split from Britain's group, which means that Iverson Steve Mason or Dan's in pillow is correct. And the winner of this week Suber facts game is shockingly Dan's him..

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"crimea" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"crimea" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Trash, you go there too That work on a relationship with that country we. Had a relationship with? Him, before World War One and World, War Two in order to keep the world a safe place do. I, trust, Russia. No I don't think anybody trusts Russia but also you gotta. Keep your friends close and your enemies closer well, David simplify thank. You so much for what you've done for. Our country and thank you so much. For calling the show Putin said hey we didn't annex Crimea they voted to join Russia at the g.'s seven summit. President Trump reportedly told the other leaders that Crimea might as well be Russian because everybody there speaks Russian did he give you. Any indication that at? Some, point today but at some point, he might recognize Russia's annexation of Crimea or lift sanctions were move. To, bring, Russia. Back into the g seven now the aid all of which. Happened as a result of the annexation of Crimea Upright first of all I'd like to make a correction The. Joining us Crimea, to Russia is not an annexation Well now in democratic governance initially maybe free free minutes, station persons, wheel is a referendum and. People, in Crimea winter referendum, and voted for? Joining Russia well this is an accession what is democracy Secondly, we are aware of, President Trump's plus The Crimea is part of Ukraine, she told me today will be responded to with the words pretty. Much similar to what I said to you and I think. We should just leave a discussion, of that we come back Tyler, max Kenan David all went away in gentlemen don't leave town and. I'll give you. The, results from yesterday's question don't leave town Great Tonight Larry. Elder all. True all devastating.

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"crimea" Discussed on Intelligence Matters

Intelligence Matters

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"crimea" Discussed on Intelligence Matters

"The same thing and even though some of them are ready are for instance russia invading the crimea the fact that we adhere to international means we have a much stronger case and places like the un when we're talking about sanctions and that sort of thing to actually impose those where we would have a much weaker case if we were doing the same thing and the other reason for a polling international law is it maintains our alliances are allies trust us believe it or not they rely on us to adhere to those laws and if we start violating them then the glue that stitches those alliance together becomes a little bit weaker it's very important it's very little very poorly understood out in the public how that law works but i think like you and i we have our master's degree in that and it makes a lot of sense there's a reason why the united states of america has alliances and russia and china don't right exactly so i think sandy that you nailed it when you talk about what the the stressors on the international order are right there's the external stressors russia china regionally iran and then there's the internal stressors and one of the issues i think is that we national security types and it's a big group of people have not done a very good job of explaining to the american people why this is important to them right so when i go home to akron ohio or some other places in the country that i've been i've heard people ask what difference does it make if ladimir putin grabs crimea or is supporting separatists in eastern ukraine what difference does it make that china is militarizing disputed islands in the south china sea how does that affect me right i don't think that we have done a very good job of talking to those folks about why maintaining this and why american leadership with regard to maintaining it is so important so i don't know if you agree with that but what i'd ask you is if you were in fr front of of group of average americans who are worried about their their daily economic life who are worried about relatives being being addicted to heroin and other things what would you say to them for why they should care about this and why it's important to them well it's a broad topic that's very complex but perhaps putting it in terms that can relate to the daily life of of an american citizen is the best way to do it and so one of the reasons why we are so prosperous is the fact that trade across the planet is done in american currency and there's a reason for that it's because we're the strongest most credible nation on earth and if that weren't the case they would find some other currency but they don't wanna do that one of the reasons why you have the ability to search the internet freely is because inundate standards were written by us not by the chinese because if they were written by the chinese you wouldn't have the same kinds of freedoms and you might not even know that you don't have those freedoms anymore so so it really does touch every bit of our lives in an unseen way and i can tell you there is a line between vladimir putin's aggression let's say in europe it will shake the confidence of the european that can affect our largest trading partners the people were most close to in the world sociology wise and with our history so i it's a difficult line to trace i think the easiest way to do it is to try to put in the context of an average american everyday can understand i have a free and fair internet all of the things that i produce or that i buy it's all denominated in american currency not in the chinese currency or the ruble questions you were colin powell's a decamp what did you learn from him first of all he was an absolute joy to work for very kind probably the most important thing i ever learned from colin powell i iro i learned riding in the front seat of his car one day and we were driving somewhere i don't even know what what why he was talking about this talking about leadership and.

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"crimea" Discussed on The 45th

The 45th

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"crimea" Discussed on The 45th

"President trump and both president trump and crimea as well known and he's stents firmly he continue to maintain that it was a legal to you we our viewpoint is different we held a referendum in strict complaints whether you win charter and international legislation for us this issue we put paid to this issue and now to the compromising material i did her almost this rumors we legend collected compromising material mr trump when she was visiting moscow distinguish call the when president trump visit most co back i didn't even know that he wasn't moscow i treat prison trump with utmost respect but begg when he was a private individual the businessman nobody informed me that he wasn't in moscow let's take saint petersburg economic forum for instance over five hundred american businessmen to high rank in the high level ones i don't even remember the less name so each and every one of them do you remember do you think that we try to collect compromising which utilize each every single one of them well it's difficult to imagine an utter nonsense of a bigger scale this well please just district these issues and don't think about this anymore again and i have to say if they would've been out log ago and if anybody watched peter struck testify over the last couple of days and i was in brussels watching it it was a disgrace to the fbi it was a disgrace to our country and you would say that was a total witch hunt thank you very much everybody thank you so keep in mind that well one that's just not true and by all the evidence that we have but on twitter earlier rob goldberg who is the former music promoter for our our image galera of tweeted that like i was there putin did know so ll so yeah putin of course we knew is there of course what like is it wouldn't trust trump to be in moscow and that constellation for a weekend and nacho uncompromising i still have my biggest conspiracy theory i keep saying like my big billion of them but like one theory i keep an eye out for because i feel the phones there is there's this woman who kind of organized the moscow pageant and she was all over trump and pictures that weekend and her tweets back trump where very suggestive and she's also connected to torsion to mentally torsion wrong tron connected to tina who maria bettina who is newest color literally i have not had time to read it because it just came out so that's that's our breaking news is this indictment as we were about getting ready to start recording the newsbreaks so maybe is a gun nut she his russian that works with torsion who is a former russian official nasa time in the us and put the nra he's really into the nra she's with them a lot oh by the way she's a spy we now know that we really had before but she she's younger age her her role in the us with a quote unquote graduate student and she was the corinthian responsible for organizing.

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"crimea" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"crimea" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Gingrich He. Was. Out. Of, the game play advised, him yeah, yeah, and and, but beyond that we said okay you know he's. Talking to the president. Even though he hasn't there's no, official position he's not working for the president but you know? That he's likely having communications with. The president I would think maybe he's not. I guess I could be wrong about that but it seems like that you would you would lean on advice from a number? Of people who have been. Defenders, of yours On a number of issues I don't know, where the fixes with this but likely it's going to be move on Don't keep, try not to address it you. Know because it really is just words although. They it it was not a great day, it was not a good day at all I don't know of any way To address it Action wise the work that's done. From the summit it's going to have to be very clear Russia has to be held. Responsible for Crimea Ukraine and Syria Andrew story full stop I don't see how you get there I don't know how. You get there if you can't get. There through a summit and apparently you can't Because keep, in mind. Crimea Ukraine well we sat by and. We watched that happen Syria too and the former administration lied about Syria yes and didn't call Russia out And, they had every opportunity what Susan Brice. How, many times have you said And had every opportunity to just say look, we are no longer this administration is no longer going to be in power but we must tell, the world that Russia is not doing what they promised to do in Syria and we believe. It's a very dangerous situation for the incoming administration to have to deal with and they. Have been briefed on this and we are waving a big red. Flag here the world needs to, know Russia is not playing. By the? Rules. They're not playing nice at all Eight six six ninety redeye is your rig.

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"crimea" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"crimea" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Was using a few of these guys. To remind us that the so-called conflict we have with Russia. They wanna remind us that we have a conflict with Russia, they are reminding us of Crimea there reminding us of Ukraine Now I can make a promise to you Most Americans don't care They don't care They haven't even bothered to investigate what happened leading up to, the situation there and I'm sure that most Americans don't talk about this at the dinner table and I'm sure most women don't talk about it over. Lot as, Starbucks Crimea Ukraine? Are you, kidding no. Mexicans don't care they don't give, a flying rats you know? What about it, they don't care but the intelligence apparatus Quant you care because Trump through them under. The bus today. Oh my God, it's been a That's why Russian collusion and the war propaganda coming out of the Neo. Kind. Of liberal think tanks has little effect on. Public opinion really have waited too long to get the meat out there and. They've only conveniently thrown the public table scraps. In the form of indictments their, effective only for a moment and do nothing to further the basic, narrative of treason it doesn't work this is such a sham and it's not because it's not about Donald. Trump this is about the intelligence agencies getting all crazy because they're gonna lose, their Cold War foothold they still believe that it's the nineteen fifties they still believe is the sixty seventies eighties up until the wall coming down they. Still think, this is the? Soviet Union, wake up. Nine hundred eighty nine call the, walls down by don't don't? Sit there and, do this but they're doing it and it's sad and it's and it's actually buffoonery. In the highest. Degree a lot Clown antics balloon animals and unicycles in horns. Honking I just think this this is the most hilarious thing I've ever seen. I'm not even scared I'm not even I. Don't even feel bad about it. I just think that the media has shown their colors they are, they're asking c- CIA and NSA agents what they think well I think the KGB agent blah. Blah blah Keep it up keep it up we'll. Be, back with more ground zero, don't, go, away Thinking about life insurance what if you could make one free phone call and learn your best price from. Nearly a, dozen highly-rated price-competitive..

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"crimea" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"crimea" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Putin gets the laugh President Trump and President Trump. On Crimea as well known And he's firmly continue to maintain that Did you? See those lifts you see those lives Poon was where all the things. Trump does all the shots he takes he didn't take a shot at Putin. Wearing four inch lifts at the presser, you look, at them and you, go? Hang on isn't Trump like six three how is Vladimir Putin? At the same height that he? Is how is it wasn't legal to We our viewpoint is, different we held a referendum in. Strict compliance whether? You win charter national legislation we didn't do. Anything, wrong on Crimea and then Trump with but our relationship has never been worse than it is. Now however that changed as of about four hours ago Gary. Fixed it I really believe? That having a conversation? Would be politically than to refuse to meet to refuse to engage but. That would not accomplish anything you know what there's a lot of things going. On here one I understand that President, Trump would, take issue with his, intelligence? Apparatus and that's because they're politicized you could see that you? Saw with the hearings last week They are certainly working against him, in many cases and even the, evidence laid out against the Russians that they want to toss. Behind bars is not that significant but that doesn't make this. An, unmitigated disaster of an event and we'll get, into this more..

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"crimea" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"crimea" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"That while he hopes the us russian relations improve he sees russia as an adversary not a competitor as the president has said look i think they are competitor but there's a difference if you're running a race and you got to great runners in the race and they're just trying to beat each other to finish line there's a difference in one of those runners tries to a trip the other runner as they get to the finish line unfortunately that's what we continue to see out of latimer putin i think that russia quite frankly ought to be named a state sponsor of terror for their activities in united kingdom with a chemical attacks against people on foreign soil their activities in syria making attacks of being complicit in attacks against innocent syrian people they're illegal incursions into crimea and so i think i hope this meeting will be yes we're competitors but also a chance to talk about how we disagree strongly in the strongest terms with the russia's continued violations of international hand senator gardner emphasizes that the us won't be intimidated i think the president needs to be very firm that we don't we're not gonna take lightly interference in elections we're not gonna take lightly lately their incursions into crimea violations of international law look we can be competitors we are competitors but we also aren't going to be turning a blind eye or turning turning away from illegal activities president trump will meet with putin in finland we'll have a lot more on that coming up throughout the morning but strong words from the senators certainly the department of justice and other agencies say as of this morning initial reunifications have been completed for eligible illegal immigrant kids now those are the children under the age of five who were separated from their parents at the mexico border the feds say they did prevent kids from being reunited with parents accused of serious crimes recently a federal judge rejected the trump administration's request to detain kids any longer the new york city council is looking into the effects of the federal policy that separated immigrant kids from their families at the us mexico border hearings going to be held this afternoon on that issue it will examine the impact the policy has had on the city and what's being done to reunite children with their parents a resolution's going to be introduced calling on congress and president trump to pass and sign legislation that would ban the department of homeland security from separating families at the border seems like i'm always at the rockies games where they lose you know throw you the one ravitz fun games like last night where it's just a blowout will you go to bed too early i think we all do yeah exactly sports brought to us by fix it twenty four seven plumbing.

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"crimea" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"crimea" Discussed on Here & Now

"Military is in terrible shape i mean they don't have a they they haven't been properly trained they're not prepared to take on a crisis if it was needed and they also of course don't put enough into into the other capabilities like cyber there are some countries that are way behind on keeping their systems safe and again when you have an an alliance of twenty nine countries if you have one country even one country that's completely week and you expect the others to share your intelligence with them of course that's not going to work and that is a big problem here intelligence sharing does not work as well as it should inside nato dairy within a matter of days president trump is going to be meeting with vladimir putin of russia on nato members of very concerned about russia's aggression is seizure of crimea in ukraine what is what is the greatest concern that nato has about this meeting as it looks on everybody is worried that that that he could go and make some kind of comments on crimea for example that that might make president putin think that you know the us might might recognize the annexation he is said you know we'll have to see what happens in their meeting and that's an shivers down the spine not just of a nato allies that are on the border nobody wants to see the us wavering at all on nonrecognition of crimea it's a nato the nato policy that that won't happen it's even us policy that that won't happen so when things like that or said it makes everybody nervous especially if if it's possible that there will truly be a one on one meeting with note takers present i mean i think you probably hear the same things on the us side that's reporter teri schultz from brussels at nato hey orders terry thank you great to be with you.

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"crimea" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"crimea" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The earlier sanctions on after the invasion of crimea in two thousand fourteen as you pointed out they do hurt the russian economy in the short run people and i when i say people i say the average russian citizen new is fed a constant stream of kremlin propaganda because the state owns the television these people the average russian are still they're very patriotic and they view russia as being embattled by this evil west but in the longer term because the russian economy is is weak and it isn't recovering really at a good rate and these recent sanctions of course we'll add extra harm in the eye it some point the average russian is going to say wait a minute why are you know why aren't my pensions being raised when the inflation is going up what's wrong with the healthcare system why can't i ride on the road so in the long run i think that this will end up harming vladimir putin but of course it's a question of time it is and to speed that up we do things like we're pushing london england to start telling the russians get out of the london banks european union to stop accepting rush investment that will begin to get through to them because if they don't want to build it the military's in defend themselves and least they could back us economically in our push to get russia's attention don't you agree i do agree and i think those types of measures will eventually exerts some influence on on the putin regime but you have to remember that that the oligarchs that we're talking about and a high level russian officials and of course these these categories kind of overlap because some high ranking watson officials are all the guards in the sense that they're hugely wealthy but if you look at this whole array of people who give putin his support yes it's this is going to damage them a lot of them can no longer travel to the west they can't send their children to fancy private schools in england and the us but it's it's a it's a matter of time and you you also have to remember that these people are.

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"crimea" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"crimea" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"The the time in sevastopol the main city in crimea is 1035 from people there will soon have a new radio station i will speak to the very heart of its prominence in world news recently it is three years essence crimea was invaded by russia and annexed from ukraine after its capital kiev made a pivot from moscow towards the west when i ukraine is planning to start broadcasting news in the crimean taught our language to the native population there or maksim aristotle visa ukrainian journalist and joins me now on the line welcome to the program maksim m so who exactly is this new radio station is designed to reach good morning the is actually a part of an attempt of the ukrainian state to reach crimean tatters which is a moslem minority of crimea in sexually it gramien indigenous people they they were all the people who were populated crimea an early in the 20th century but after his talents repression and mass deportation almost all of them were deported to central asia and only after the soviet union collapsed they started returning to caribbea in now constitute i think around twelve percent of population of crimea with aware talking about hundreds of thousands of flow of crimean tatars uk so i meant headed said that the size of that community she compared to the others in crimea who might typically lean more towards a kia of rather than than moscow will unfortunately crimean tartars right now at the epicentre off.

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"crimea" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"crimea" Discussed on WTMA

"The russian a takeover of crimea and i'll say new roughly half of ukraine but the crimea thing was so amazing to me now that was under president obama's uh uh administration we didn't do anything about it we did hardly anything about it but then again neither has president trump i mean crimea should be an independent republican of some kind or attached to ukraine party of clay but we never you know we never really even sabrerattling psyche took it and we look the other way and that that lingers in my head because i i i just think we gave him a free pass to take over this country at will why i couldn't agree well what the hints that all about uh i don't know member what uh remember when there was a hot mic and yes oh bombet said medvedev i could be a lot more flexible the second term well he was boy that's the only thing i could see what do you mean we give the ukrainians defensive weapons so we're there are in march you're right this service i let me take a quick break uh now what dig into some other things as well uh including on the economic side uh folks targeted doug schoen founder pen shown in berlin's uh doug the democratic strategist in a pollster an advisor to president clinton in mayor mike bloomberg hands i call him a very moderate democrat in some cases i think you're totally nonpartisan any ways of fox news contributor and his latest putin on the march the russian president's unchecked global advance i want to know how and why.

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"crimea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"crimea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And and tell you what you also have to understand is that putin has a very clear goal here he's got a clear political goal which is to get the united states lift sanctions which were imposed by the obama administration on russia in two thousand fourteen after the war in ukraine and after putin basically stole crimea heat using had admitted she and the thing is sort of sanctions play into the russian domestic political conversation because they've despite what state tv says that have had an overwhelming effect on the economy people have felt them they fantastically irritated putin's kind of oligarchy ache in a circle he many from an sanction can't travel to the us they contravene the european union they can access that they yeltsin the mediterranean all that will that wine cellars in switzerland they see this as an affront and dignity and so i presient really wants to get rid of sanctions and really he viewed trump is the best vehicle the king that because trump kept on saying that be friends with russia meanwhile we know that secretly his aides were emailing the kremlin asking for assistance with bellinger hotel in trump tower and then of course trump winds to putin's surprise but the problem is that the russia's story becomes such a kind of billowing scandal that trump is now to of politically able to deliver an end to sanctions and i i think what's interesting about this it's so to speak stood bigotry if you like is that actually i think without exaggeration i think job on one level what what happened in two thousand sixteen america was was you might consider to be the greatest espionage operation ever by the russian side which is now say that the tens of millions of people have voted for donald trump didn't do do say sincerely because of course they did but that actually russia possibly successfully pushed trump across the line so that was instead of tactical trump for putin but in other respects it was a strategic fadia because as she sanctions is than in place it's now imposed for donald trump to lift them and i think what it shows is that the problem with the way the kremlin thinks about the world is that imagines other countries to.

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"crimea" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"crimea" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of crimea and 2014 iran and north korea are also targeted in that sanctions bill a portland sanctuary for his portland's a sanctuary city they released and other felony illegal alien according to k g w in portland and they didn't notify ice when they released this illegal alien and that suspect who was released from jail in 2016 when under raven elderly citizen a man in portland is accused of breaking into a sixty five year old woman tom sexually assaulting her stealing her car and he was arrested after allegedly a sultan yet another woman and then running from police sergio martinez was caught july 24th after officers chased him dangerously so through a neighborhood now documents filed in march 2017 shows that martinez has a long history of illegal entry into the united states he's a transient in portland portland's a sanctuary state he he's been deported over twenty times he has five probation violations because he consistently continues to enter illegally and his most recent removal was in november 2016 that was his last deportation and so i slogged an immigration detainers against him they wanted portland police to let them know before they released him so that ice could take him into custody and portland police refused to do so because they're sanctuary city so this guy was able to be released he win in i mean just went under the radar and started assaulting people as an ice he also slammed this elderly woman's had him to the foreign punched her in the head several times do so good jobs sanctuary city advocates you on that moving on down the line l we have a lot more to get into audited i have one more i know i know but i could we just have too much content today too much this is at fox five atlanta this is awful nine injured when a van crashed into a crowd of people in mid wilshire district nine people were injured yesterday one of them critically when a vehicle slammed into a group of pedestrians to everybody is expected to recover and.

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"crimea" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"crimea" Discussed on WJR 760

"Couple nights go the leader of ukraine was there and i was watching him talk about six to ten thousand in uniform you russian soldiers in the ukraine which was a sovereign european country and i guess you point out what america go to war may be a thermonuclear war with russia does save estonia latvia and lithuania the answers probably know and the first thing the europeans would do would be to back down correct goes i don't see the germans and the french withstanding a russian incursion or invasion ended the baltics and then at what is america do and that is very remote by trillion dollar question because lake in rural slur second largest to cowdery that is the european union and so far as you point out the dollar the french and the germans are but none of the major powers including the uk uh are willing to crew are actually put up a barrier and say aboard mir putin stop this world watched dan or in fact you encourage crimea he takes over crimea the crowd at the poor are good man major of the eastern ukraine and you know that greater ukraine is just waiting for air commuter forces are all the way in anthony lake over ukraine an accident raw and from there there is no sapri you mentioned the baltic country of course for catherine it's about putin she's follow yet trump work that worked way down at night in forty by the soviet union and when they kirk a stonier latvia lithuania the baltic.

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