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"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

14:47 min | 1 year ago

"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Guess who's back Cristina Fernandez de Kushner the leftist former president of urgent TNR is now the country's vice president elect thanks to a surprising coalition she formed with the most centers and decided less charismatic Alberto Fernandez the new president-elect on Sunday evening the Fernandez Fernandez de Kirchner double-act defeated incumbent Maurizio Macri who was vying for a second term with more than ninety seven percent of ballots counted Mister Fernandez had forty eight point one percent of the vote compared to Mr Mercury's forty point four percent of voiding any need for a SEC and round it represents a remarkable turnaround for Fernandez de Kirchner who has a slew of open criminal cases against her for corruption and erupted full from grace for mud three who wasn't able to turn around the nation's Faltering Economy Monaco's America's editor at large at Stalker unpacked the backstory Argentina's pen I'm like politics took a swing back to the left on Sunday as a parent friendly that told US coalition celebrated a return to power the presidential election pitted to polarize visions for the South American nation against each other followers of the populace emperor -tection EST policies of Christina finance the case now who governed from two thousand and seven to two thousand and fifteen and those who are now deceased husband Nestor President before her it is the right leaning will market-friendly outlook successor modest your macri no so long ago seemed as though macklowe guaranteed a second term after he had surprised many by beating Ferdinand is the case is era parent than the airline CEO early in the two thousand fifteen election he hated international investors by using Doda currency controls introduced by his predecessor and promise that the country was open to business as Fernandez case was embroiled in action Asians of corruption which saw several of her entourage sent to prison macree assured a change of direction and affects for the country's under-performing academy but he wasn't able to deliver as almost thirty five percent of the country's slipped into poverty last year macrey was forced to return to the international Monetary Fund seen as a bogeyman by many aggravating the country's woes knee aftermath of its recco debt default in two thousand and one else for fifty seven billion. US dollars the largest loan in the organization's history sparring food costs and rampant inflation Shen currently standing at well over fifty percent made matters worse and despite promising never to introduce currency controls earlier this year he restricted Argentinians access to their much loved greenbacks reviving duman black market a hallmark of the previous regime but I thought I see May Medina boy no Muss informacion him up but if you're honest the DC boito no detail procurement do know is somebody going through all the okay up on their to via Hulu which allowed the return of Christina Finan- this will suit of dogged by eleven criminal allegations and how mixed record in office it was clear that she was tainted which is why how much expected political comeback so the former president ron as a VP candidate for her parents ticket alongside a much less colorful and more centrist presidential candidate I'll bet finance this in August Argentina held primary elections essentially a dry run for October and dealt a better blow to macree we lost by over sixteen percentage points to the paranoia sts and was forced to recognize the comeback would be difficult or you're doing it on my lyrics and also the loss of lettuce but I can see that it's going to be secrete did manage a spirited late surge often seen as uncomfortable in the spotlight in the last few months he looked more at ease in the increasingly large accent he was able to convoke warning of the dangers of returning to the post his campaign close in the stronghold city of Cordoba to the sound of local quartet music so an estimated seventy thousand people take to the streets and while he was able to close some of the guy with his rivals in Sunday's vote largely seen as a knee-jerk reaction to the failing economy it wasn't enough to avoid a first round defeat another heavy loss for the ruling relish was felt in the province of born cise when we lost the governorship to former Economy Minister Axel Kissy Lav Mark kids will be fair for what is to come while Alabama of Hernandez has a show that he is his own man and not interested in repeating the misteps at the post applied between him and Christina finance their Kisner who still mobilizes an important base will be fascinating to watch who really holds the key to power will finance manage to hold the center ground and in Argentina's famously factional politics will this marriage of lenience remain for monocle I'm Ed Stalker Ed thank you very much well I'm joined in the studio by Oscar Guardiola Rivera who's professor in International Law international affairs at Birkbeck University of London also because also the author of what if Latin America ruled the world. Also what do you think the answers to Ed questions who really does hold the power in Argentina Wola the president holds powering Argentina. He's very soon he's own man Sir you heard in fact we remember famous fallout between him and Cristina Fernandez occasional back in two thousand eight these very different circumstances there are three key challenges for the Argentine government to stop capital flight to bring back some form of for social cohesion policy and to stop rampant inflation which is very close to sixty percent let's be clear what had this happened has you know the person responsible for what has happened in less than four years in Argentina is Modi's macrey not mismanagement these has nothing to do with the usual sort of natural loss of the market not at all inflation has tripled andor macro we poverty has gun up considerably and this is what June tin people know in this is wise he sought to reassure voters that their bank deposits would be safe under his administration however people are still being withdrawing funds from the bank can he be trusted a- absolutely the case that you know people are have reasons to be concerned factor macrumors government today day after the the electoral sold has capped You know the possibility of withdrawing money to two hundred or access to two dollars two hundred so these indicates that their e- say dire need for renegotiation with International Monetary. Now let us let us recall that Argentine at paid eats external debt and had no external that with the International Monetary Fund after Christina another accuser ended her turn the fact that the that the the IMF is back is something most Argentinians Joan like having he said that that kind of negotiation is necessary because the International Monetary Fund can push for some kind of reduction from other creditors and an extension of the deadlines that is the case because duty macro government also the I Argentina have have come down considerably Argentina has now these almost forty thousand million dollars in serves and obligations for close to thirty three thousand until twenty twenty so the situation is complicated but these requires political maneuver well finance house to reach some time kind of consensus to navigate this very polarized Argentina out of the crisis I wonder how because beyond showing determination to bring about change he's given scant details really were his policies they're there Isa certain vagueness to what has been promised having said that look elsewhere in the neighborhood and you see what is coming popular mobilization that's going to be a decisive factor that means the rentals has the liver and they will try I some kind of renegotiation these will be companion by a reversal of this green you know market friendly policies I mean we called a market-friendly we should call them people unfriendly policies because this is scorched earth economics is up again this is this isn't your usual you know careful reasonable manner dement how you can do what has been done to the tinicum in in less than four years beggars the mind and the recent you know the causes had to do precisely with the way in which money's made in the Americas let's just talk to about the Americas for now but these are you know one motives agree is you know multimillionaire Hanadova Economic Group who has made money in the shadow of the state so what but the Fernandes to try to do is to bring back some kind of a social cohesion policy because poverty in Argentina see take care of some basic and then to begin to bring back some basic services that's what the people in America are calling for from the United States assorted Tina the situation is very similar the current model has failed he has failed the people he has left too many people behind if we if we don't want the final thing it is a difficult thing to do I mean let's be clear the Fernandes half a an APP he'll battle before them having said that they now have a very strong political mandate in that matters most because the solution to these economic problems east political Oscar. Thank you very much indeed that's Oscar Guardiola Rivera here's what else we're keeping an eye on today as we've been hearing Alberto Fernandez elected president of Argentina following an election dominated by concern over the economy the centre-left opposition leader more than forty five percent of the vote ousting service of incumbent Maurizio my pre the two men are due to meet today to agree a transition period in California Governor Gavin Newsom has declared a state emergency with fierce winds fanning the flames and forcing almost two hundred thousand people to flee their home near Santa Rosa the states already experienced the biggest blackouts in its history which left a million people without electricity and Hong Kong has slumped into recession following five months of anti-government protests the city's financial secretary said Hong Kong is now unlikely to achieve its forecast annual economic growth this year over the weekend protesters torched shops and clashed with police were twenty first week police responded with tear gas water cannon and rubber bullets this is the globalist stay tuned now to Australia and joined the Saturday papers chief political cars on and Karen Middleton he tells us why all Australia's papers censored their own content last Monday it's not what you'd normally expect to see in Korean fully functioning democracy the front page of every major daily newspaper blacked out with reductions but all of Australia's major dailies published saints in front pages on the same day last week to kick off a national campaign for greater media freedom and to make a collective and forceful point that the way the government is enacting and interpreting laws obstruct public access to information in a highly competitive market the Australian right to know campaign has united archrivals commercial media including Newscorp Guardian Australia and the former Fairfax conservative coalition the group is demanding the reform of defamation and freedom of information laws better protection from prosecution for missile blows and journalists acting in the public interest and the ability to contest national security search warrants being executed against them over what they published and broadcast the protesters sprung from media coverage of the web of laws the government is introducing to keep watch on Australians in the name of nationals. security and on its attempt to keep secret anything that might be embarrassing back in June federal police raided the Canberra home of Newscorp Journalists Annika Smith host and.

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"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"I think she's still not entirely safe because most people seem to think that she possibly has got enough support to win. But she will know that. There are lots of her own MP's who are very unhappy with her and she's still got the problem of what deal she can get from the EU whether she can get any changes. And whether she has got the votes in parliament to get that through now, none of those things seem certain at the moment. So I think even if she gets through tonight her position is still not over a strong tool. Does at least terrorists neat. Thank you for joining us. Ed stalker just before. Well, we plough onto more comprehensible subjects you represent Monaco and therefore this nation in the wider world. Do you get a sense as as you travel, Britain's international reputation, which has been broadly speaking, one for sort of solid common sense is taking a bit of a ding. The I think anything new per year. I I mean, the whole thing is a mess and people are trying to comprehend the intricate details of the backstop and saying sort of Britain as it were lurched from one crisis to the next isn't exactly doing anything for it standing. I'm in the enviable position of lurching from one train wreck in the US to one of the UK. So lucky me, well that does t up seamlessly our next for which thank you. Add stalker are America's editor. I'm also joined there by at Toronto bureau chief Thomas Lewis, Hong Kong bureau, chief James chambers, isn't here yet. But we'll be imminently. I'm sure and let's look now at Washington DC, temporarily relegated to the state. Office of second most absurdly dysfunctional capital in the western world. Two of president. Donald Trump's former retainers are facing the reckoning for their roles in this circus. Trump's long-serving personal attorney Michael Cohen has been sentenced for various malfeasance as the man who once said he'd take a bullet for Trump. We'll take three years. Meanwhile, former national security adviser Michael Flynn is hoping to avoid prison. Both are believed to have corporated with various investigations into Trump Thomas. This is one of those days where I think we've become so in you it over the last couple of years to just how weird and bizarre and absurd. This whole thing is that just seems like the normal thing you sort of read out now, the former national security adviser is desperately willing to admit to most anything to keep himself out of prison, and the long-serving personal attorney of the actual president of the United States is going to do three years for felonies, which the president directed him to commit. Absolutely. It's it's. As you say, a rolling mess, and I think had this been an well, if this was any other president, then these just one of these things would be enough to sort of change the game almost in this entirety. It raises a question that perhaps Edwards sort of touch on it in a bit more detail. But this idea that, you know, this sort of Teflon coating on President Trump is really quite extraordinary. And it does raise questions that were raised during the midterm campaign. That's looking at some of the sort of key sort of, you know, centrist kind of Republicans in the leverage they have in that constituencies that nobody is used a single bit of their leverage to try and question. This extraordinary presidency are told that any kind of sort of extraordinary policy move is just sort of shoulders shrugged and things move on. So I wonder if actually the fact that, you know, legal proceedings legal verdicts have been passed today whether that actually does kind of shop in the conversation for those Republicans there's a line from old. President's men, which does circulate with increasing frequency on social media for obvious enough reasons, which which is that summation of events given to the Woodward Bernstein, would I think by deep throat in the in the in the shadows of the car park. And I I think I quote a documentary from memory, which is the truth is these are not very bright guys and things just got out of hand, we are witnessing on with the unraveling of a confederacy of dunces. Thus one way of reading is certainly certainly could be true. I mean, look Mike Cohen has said that he was directed by Donald Trump to do this. I mean, the fact that he's explicitly said I in cool, and he's been sentenced suggest I don't know if because something bigger coming..

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"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Member he's the former governor of massachusetts he argues that his kids having grown up day doesn't shop in utah's what he said he has as he backtracked on that a little bit since the article with his quotes came out but i guess some people might think that this guy doesn't have enough of a connection a bit of a hillary clinton running in new york type of fact but generally scenes that republicans are pleased and certainly with all these sort of ideas of populists candidates probably being out there in the midterms the fact that we have an kind of old guard gop traditionist running for senate will certainly allay the fears as some people who believe that the republican party being totally hijacked ed we'll have to leave it there but things are much that psalm new york bureau chief ed stalker on the mitt romney's return to frontline us politics will switch our attention to australian political turmoil in just a moment but first let's take a look at some of the other stories we're following today the fbi has admitted it didn't properly follow up a warning that the suspect in this week school shooting in florida could carry out an attack last month nicholas cruisers reporter to the agency by someone close to him who warned the risky could attack a school the fbi says the warning was not passed opposite it should have been florida's governor said the fbi's direct he should resign as a result brazil's government has appointed an army general to oversee security in rio's state because of growing gang violence president michel temer coal the violence a cancer warning organized criminals that effectively taking control of the state rio's governor appeal to help after violence at carnival celebrations at a course in turkey as sentenced six journalists to life in prison for alleged links to the plotters behind a coup attempt in 2016 they were convicted of links to the us base preach if attila the land is blamed by type atamans regime for being behind that failed coup since then turkish authorities have jailed more than fifty thousand people.

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"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"The i will be careful not least my train of thought you know that that somewhat different in terms of how people regard egypt's position in the situation so the arab league is pretty widely regarded as a bit of a talking shop they lost had a a meeting about this issue back in december and didn't even really managed to put out a statement even though this was a muchtouted meeting egypt for its part has tried to be very active in this area it hosts regula talks between hamas and thought to try and broker peace between those two parties it has historically good relations with the israelis so it really wants to project its own power in this area perhaps even beyond that of the arab league which is not really being relied on by most people as the as the solution to this problem ruth michelson in cairo thank you for joining us thanks to to dr laura james middle east analyst at oxford analytica ubs has over nine hundred investment analyst from over one hundred different audience in over nine hundred of the sharpest mowing the freshest thinkers in the world of finance today no one has more no one knows small noon find out how we can help you contact us yesterday oh time now to continue this week's globalists' series elm special forces us at least miniature units of course occupy a special place in that country's national psyche and have greater militry mites then many sizable countries so what should we know about them well here's our u s bureau chief ed stalker in 1966 rather unusual song taught the american charts it may be an unloved ballot well soto but the subject was odd to say the least i know to the us special forces outfit the green berets sung by one of its members and their them back tim barry fadlallah pirating.

"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"Law enforcement office as in the way that that manifest is the immigration enforcement arm of the government god ice will send out these requests stood oakland law enforcement asking them to hold people that the suspect are eligible for deportation and what a lot of sanctuary cities counties will do is they will say we would not honor those requests unless you have a warrant or unless the bus and has committed drily serious crimes so there's a spectrum kill so it's not one law and not all cities dude exact same thing but basically in the end very very simple terms these cities they limit their local law enforcement from poor operating with federal immigration authorities to varying degrees without rues ton ms rowe whose from city lab is use speaking to our bureau chief new york ed stalker in late march we delved into the world of sensory urbanism not only to find out how to design better for senses but also how to improve the way we interact and taken acities for hundreds of years seattle's waterfront has been a grimy forbidding place is only a few blocks from downtown but it is tricky for pedestrians to even get to industrial buildings and cruise ship terminals block views of the water and cause fly down alaskan way i contributor i leash o'neill reported on the city's plans to change all of this and deliver a more sensory experience on the waterfront ticket to elliot abrams anton seattle you have to walk down a dizzying lee steep health slippery at seattle's rainy days then you have to find a way to cross the train tracks and perhaps you have to wait for trained.

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"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"It takes courage to build a truly ugly thing make a big decision that might be unpopular because in the end the ugly often rises from convictions about form in use how is city should be what we are missing his conviction sometimes these things that could bill are truly eyesores or horrible urban decisions but sometimes they're simply built before we appreciate them i think here brutalism of the barber can for boston city hall i ask what's better an eyesore that most might hate but some could conceivably love or this cancerous sameness that over spreads our world vermont acl in berlin i'm jessica bridge her in the united states 2017 was the year of local and municipal powers rising to the top since donald trump's inauguration in january there were numerous occasions where they stood in defiance of the policies proposed by his administration the very first as them was at the end of january and trump signed an executive order stripping federal money from sanctuary cities sending city leaders and activists into turmoil but that opened up a debate if as a certain type of city we won't live i knew bureau chief ed stalker spoke with tan they ms raza who is a staff writer for city lab he focuses on urbanism and inequality she started by expanding the history of sanctuary cities in america the way that you know a lot of the city is define it is that these jurisdictions these counties municipalities cities it's not that the shield people from deportation what they do is that they try to divorce local law enforcement from federal immigration enforcement so what they're seeing is it's not that we are shielding these people what we're doing is we're telling police officers to do policing instead of doing the work of federal.

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"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Had begun planning festivities for next year about state records show that the town was actually founded in 18 65 welcome to the monocled daily with me ben rislan will start today's program in the southern us state of alabama which of course is being closely watched today by americans as a special election to replace jeff sessions is in place the senate races dominated the news nationally and internationally due to the republican candidate and accused sex offender rory malm who is backed by the us president a new york bureau chief ed stalker joins me now to remind us what's at stake ed rwanda's a little bit just for a moment why is this particular election attracting so much attention well there are a lot of reasons i mean namely as you mentioned jeff sessions advocating that c in alabama to become attorney general attracting a lot of attention because of the sex so allegations against roy more from when he was in his thirties involving teenaged women at least one account of sexual assault in there and this is kind of thrown open what was really initially seen as an easy election for the republican party alabama is a solidly red state roy moore has sort of changed everything because the gop the sort of republican establishment initially wanted luther strange to be their candidate but this sort of populist roy more he's an extremely controversial fake sort of came in then swept and even though people like mitch mcconnell who very much represents the establishment by sleuth a strange and i might add donald trump did as well i mean he was on social media tweeting about his the poor of lose the strains he subsequently deleted those tweets when roy more one that primary and since then you know donald trump is.

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"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"So at the moment not really a cohesive keren to message from the republicans uh really this is an issue that has yet again showing that they are divided amongst those who are loyally following trump those who feel the need to speak out against trump what he represents in these issues of sexual misconduct the was monaco's in new york bureau chief ed stalker thank you very much for joining us here in the briefing it's near the 1230 and a half year in london is joining preparing for the collapse of the north korean regime documents suggests that beijing is building refugee camps in the event that kim jong orange suit four let's get the latest on this with shushing josias from the royal united services institute for war conflicts shashank how much six that least known of how join us possibly getting ready for the collapse of north korea both very little indeed leader indication that there are refugee camp being built to prepare for possible exited all north korean fleeing the collapse of the regime in the art and not a war kind with the united state and the border areas had long been a source of concern for china both in terms of the geographic vulnerability east emanating from north korea's nuclear tests and the possible consequences if a collapse in the mail tin under which north korea conducts its nuclear tests but also uh more broadly in terms of being a place where a number of north koreans have sought to leave the repressive regime in fleet to china and over the past eighteen months the chinese done a great deal to clamp down on some of those networks some of those um uh a potential crossing point but i think what they really worried about is that the exit just in case of a wall would be so enormous that it would have a very destabilising effect on china and of course uh that would have politically education fish xi jinping um and communist party at a very sensitive time just off to the national party congress glad you did you tell us a bit more about thus while he woods the collapse of north korea be so problematic for china.

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"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Donald trump has thrown his support behind a republican senate candidate accused of sexual misconduct it's comes ahead of a key election in the alabama monaco's near the bureau chief ed stalker joins me now in the studio arm ed's shall we first recap these allegations what exactly as being set show this is of course the special election in alabama to replace jeff sessions who've of course is the attorney general m roy more the republican candidate backed by the likes of not just now donald trump although he was a little bit quiet the beginning recently especially in a recent round aim florida and via a robocall he's been calling on republicans to go out and vote for him now allegations to add emerged in the last few weeks basically alleging that he asked sorted one underage woman and made unwelcome advances with other teenage uh women and this is uh when he was in his thirties and as i said these women with teenage is now and the republican party you may say has sort of armed in audubon how to deal with this uh we've seen by contrast the democrats a initially perhaps not being show how to apply with nancy pelosi as sort of wavering at times but now they've sort of tried to push that sort of ethical stance they are making abode uh taking bold action rather own sexuality nations whereas the republicans seemed to be avoiding i mean the fact the donald trump is inducing a candid at instead of calling on him to resign is a sharp contrast with the republicans and again one can argue that this sort of comes back when donald trump is rather remember this is someone who.

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"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Get away with it know whether that was because she just let she'd somehow bluff it out or he thought theresa may's position is so weak that she wouldn't have the strength to do anything about it or the other alternative it suggest such an astonishing lack of judgement that it's a miracle that she was ever talked about as a cabinet minister let alone a possible future prime minister pull us bone thank you very much for joining us on the monocle daily kronen luke john tune aims to make america's american democrats smile today phil murphy and justin fairfax mr murphy is newlyelected governor of new jersey missed defects and ula lieutenant governor of virginia will journey me now in the line of campaigns reporter kevin rubbiani from politico monaco's nieto bureau chief ed stalker at welcomed by to the program kevin eight tell us a little bit more about phil murphy in his victory a pretty open goal as he was taking over from chris christie or murphy governor governor of the state of new jersey thing ever from chris christie uh who you might remember was a gop presidential contender back in 2016 but he had become extremely unpopular back in his home state uh the exit polling last night gave him who were rating of around twenty percent uh which is gone awful uh so bill murphy a democrat uh with sort of an easy uh win for him uh once he got the nomination the interesting thing about him is that he's basically run as one of the most progressive gubernatorial campaigns we've seen in the united states uh he's run for a higher minimum wage for um sort of uh marijuana legalization in the state for slowing down the rate of deportations in the state uh a lot of real progressive policy goal he's made a big effort for the big emphasis on leakey's interesting uh given this this and many of the people in the pace said that this is a solar goldman sachs nine how could he have such policies when he comes at someone.

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"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Last night in new york eight people were killed and almost a dozen injured when a man in a truck drove down a busy bicycle path near the world trade center in manhattan the suspects at twenty nine year old usresident originally from his beck astanin central asia named as saifullah's saipa of was shot and wounded at the scene a new york bureau chief ed stalker sent us this report terror returned to the streets of new york on tuesday within just a few blocks of ground zero and bringing back immediate memories of nine eleven this just dan you are looking at of obviously a very disturbing live chat there that is the world trade center and we have unconfirmed reports this morning that a plane has crashed is one of the towers of the world trade center see the big difference that tactics a truck veering off a road in lower manhattan and plowing into pedestrians and cyclists beside river syria since isis extolled it's for lewis to use vehicles as a method of attack laureates ramiah magazine the technique has now it seems crossed the atlantic indeed after the notorious attacks of london berlin and niece now new york there is a rather odd quiet down hair on chamber street with just a couple of blocks away from where this tara incident took place in fact i can see the home depot truck that mowed down pedestrians and cyclists just a couple of blocks away i can't advance any further because of the police line that is blocking people from advancing lots of police cars as well with their lights flashing and occasionally sounding on top of all of that oppress pack waiting for more news to emerge and rather bizarrely given the time of year peopling costume ought to have a wing parties.

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"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

Monocle 24: The Curator

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

"The short on say is not yes but a longterm future is still far from clear trump in his flipflop styled that we become increasingly accustomed to subsequently allow dream is to renew that status for two years by on october their faith deadline people were poorly informed had a short amount of time to complete paperwork and would charged four hundred and ninety five dollars financially at of reach for many in the end about three coaches at those eligible made the deadline nonetheless democrats let's of course want a better deal that washington buzzword off repeated since trump came to power a we could of javale loyalty over neil yoyo that deal as an embarrassment to the united states the president is playing hard pool last let any negotiations on a further reaching dacic dale must be tied to firmer aboard actions including congress his blessing to go ahead and build that wall with trump stubborn one minute at a negotiating with democrats the other the final outcome would be hard for even at batting man predict the dream is still alive but turned address that was more whose neil bureau chief ed stalker with this week's foreign desk explainer talking about the dreamers you're listening to the crater on manco 24 arm henry sheraton i'm here with tom edwards this is a highlight from apm design show section the i like design as well this get which this week jetted off to the future architecture festival in a beyond there is that for a special look at the built environment the festival which was held last week was no opportunity for europe's young architects to exchange ideas i'm interested in the concept of you to the architecture because a prequake me architects as old as forty exited young which speaks to the metabolism of that particular industry in the careers when it doesn't it when you say as old is forty what are you saying well i mean you hardly get spring chicken argue when you're pushing forty will i would say you've never 35 tom we agree with me.

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"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"This is the foreign desk explain a monocle 24 this week a new your bureau chief ed stalker asks will mike pence become the next president of the united states america has elected a new president and it's almost hard for me to express the honour that i and my family feel that we will have the privilege to serve as your vice president of the united states will he walks will it be like let's face it the white house has not been short on palace intrigue since donald trump's tumultuous ascendancy to the position of kamande in chief in january but as the russian investigations intensify and trump continues to put hand in mouth the question has increasingly bean we'll mike pence become the next president of the us and if so when it happened before the current occupants sees out his first term or even in twenty twenty so what do we know about pence and how likely is this hypothesis of becoming reality the answer is highly probable that is if you log on to spoof website official mike pence dot com the town's him as the food t six potus with christ as his running mate and says that he is proud to serve the white and christian population of america for more than two decades i'd like to encourage you to do one more the motives to call me the president of the united states back in reality though some were surprised when trump chose that then governor indiana as his vice presidential nominee for one his approval ratings were low at around forty percent in his home state and his tenure had been seen as unremarkable at best to others though he was a solid choice because he played to the gop traditionalists a pious mildmannered man from the city of columbus he boys as a former member of the house of representatives and state leader very much a career politician in fervently christine life for good measure.

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"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Okay you don't get to disallow question's gonna raise our handlingwise against daily press briefing i think he's a little dismayed as well a lot of people that we come out here and try to do everything we can to provide you and the american people with what he's doing on their behalf and yet we see time and time again an attempt to parse every little word and and make it more of a game of gotcha as opposed to really figure out what the policies of the president put it salad dressing on his salad tonight somehow that's a russian connection with someone is despicable hitler who didn't even sink to the to the two using chemical weapons just yesterday he sat down with martin luther king junior i would call him a civil rights leader his death was the third of the house intelligence committee uncertain tono actually here's is quote jonathan here's the dreco i think it's very possible end quote we talked about wiretapping he met surveillance also series i think the president's tweets stand for themselves i think there's there's a huge appetite for tax retur tax reform have a great me how we will miss him well monaco's nieto bureau chief ed stalker has been across this through the day he joins me now at i mean we always thought sean spicer was gonna get five at in the end he quit but it's pretty much the same thing isn't it we did thing that you know we thought that he wasn't going to be around forever we didn't thing he was going to survive that long i mean let's be honest as those clips you just played his been embattled for a very very long time he starts in this combative role from the very beginning when he defended of course the crowd size is at the inauguration and kind of one alm from that he didn't look entirely comfortable you know standing behind that podium and having defined having to defend cermony of of donald trump's actions in an often message something that was ended up being ended up conflicting with what donald trump would later tweet uh you know donald trump to to kind of having a go at sean spicer.

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"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"To donald trump i mean he still supported him in his and in his run although he kind of took a slightly back see on that but he has no has been prepared to kind of in a way break ranks with the rest of republicans and voice criticism now he's not the only one at say one of his longtime friends another southern senator from south carolina lindsey graham hill has also been another i i guess those to be in the two people leading the sort of opposition to donald trump and talking about issues such as russia so i expect lindsay grands been talking to the press today he's been making statements about his long time friend i'm sure lindsey graham will continue that fight but obviously john mccain's presence in all senses we'll be messed while he's away from the senate models new yorker bureau chief ed stalker that you're listening to the daily from local 24 still to come the citizen journalists who stood up in raqqa crossed the best restaurants in the world and just a moment the deteriorating state of relations between germany and turkey india's has a one nine hundred investment analyst from over one hundred defrauding is over nine hundred of the sharpest mowing the freshest thinkers in the world of finance to learn no one has mall no one knows small we find out how we can help you contact us yesterday said x to germany where the government has told its citizens that it is no longer safe to travel to turkey.

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"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"In the room will joining me with more on this is a new your bureau chief ed stalker ed first of all how is this playing in american media right now they getting the sense that they're running out of reasons to believe donald trump juniors recollections hm well i mean i think i've said some monaco 24 before at the with the trump white house just so much competing knees and nothing will come onto of see the kind of health cat fee lasko is also playing pretty heavily on the news but yet again this white house and to be played the inner circle the son of the trial at the the president of the united states is seemingly having trouble remembering the amount of people who in a meeting an one would think he would remember given how important it was deemed to be in this meeting back in june of last year as you were saying a rinet achmat sin if i pronounce his name correctly who's been cold no less than one of washington's murder key members of the murky world of for an influence peddling that according to politico even a suggestion from some sources that he's considered a russian intelligence operative now he hasn't exactly counter that by denying or or saying that that's true but whatever happened it's just yet more for the ready for people who are wondering what exactly is going on what this administration is trying to hide about this meeting as you said as well cnn and others reporting the at least.

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"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

Monocle 24: The Curator

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"ed stalker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

"Fro you could almost hear the sound of radio is being turned on a for a guy we going to hear from the director scott hamilton kennedy who spoke to all nieto bureau chief ed stalker about his film food eva lucien others lots films are at the moment a documentaries about how the food system is broken feet of elation rather goes against the grain it highlights the scientific consensus backing gmo as a sustainable agricultural solution ed was putting the questions to scott hamilton kennedy leszek listen i was approached and then i brought in my producing and writing partner tree sheehan by a i have t the institute of technology surfeit scientists and they reached out to a bunch of filmmakers dairy say of my stature than wanted to make a theatrically released only want to make a film that would get press like this and they said they wanna make a film on food science and some of the issues of nine billion 2050 that our population is going up screeching lee fast from seven point two billion to nine billion by 2050 and by some estimates we have to make more food create more food grow more food produce more food in the next thirty four years than the last ten thousand so we're like holy crap that's not a movie to enormous who i can't make that movie but let's go research and see what issues are out there that could fall into that umbrella and the gmo story which is waving its hands there was about food was about sustainability was about safety it was about trust it was global and it didn't seem the story was being told correctly i mean i knew a little bit about gmo 's but i had no idea that the pie industry in hawaii was saved from g e from gmo technology and all these other stories so yeah with the great moment was when trace i looked at each other like even if i have he doesn't pick us to make this movie we're going to go make this movie because it's just too good.

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