17 Burst results for "European Alliance"

"european alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"european alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sort of military action against Ukraine There are a 100,000 troops near the Ukraine border and it's raised series alarms in the west I do not think Joe Biden would ever get militarily involved directly but there would be severe economic consequences for Russia if they were to do that Marty you want to follow up here and talk about what time a military security on that front but let's talk about energy security for a second because one of the really keys of that European alliance really centers around the surging gas prices and really less flows coming from Russia where does that fit into all of this It fits in very directly especially when it concerns the European allies Germany France the UK where they're seeing record energy prices And Nord stream two the pipeline from Russia to Germany is a key factor in that Now it has not been turned on yet and the question is will it get turned on in the middle of the year which is the estimate of one of the laugh and Vladimir Putin has made some noises that they may not allow Russian gas to flow But that would hurt him economically So there are a lot of divergent forces at work here on the energy front Marty give us your sense of maybe where this U.S. NATO relationship is right now Again as President Biden came into office one of the issues that he talked about was kind of repairing that relationship from the prior administration which may have had some damage there Where do you think that is right now Well I think that they've made good progress in trying to make it clear to our allies that we're not going to do anything without their participation and consent However we all recall earlier this year the U.S. has moved to on submarines with Australia Really ticked off the French and those relationships had to be repaired So it's been a little rocky but it's certainly the Biden administration has made all the right noises that it will consult our allies on everything they do with Russia What about the relationship with China here Is that a factor at all for either side Well it's just one other issue that the Biden administration has to be acutely aware of The whole issue of Taiwan and its independence and concern over China flyovers over the Taiwan island and there have been some criticism of the Biden not having a coherent China policy And it is to a certain extent unclear just what they're willing to do to preserve Taiwan's independence Marty are we going to be breaking any news this afternoon What do you think we might get out of this phone call if anything Well what usually interesting about these is you wait for a readout from both sides an unnamed spokesperson from each side says what happened on the call The Kremlin usually comes out first so they try to frame the discussion So the news will be subject to some interpretation So I'm not sure you'll get anything definitive It's of course close to press So you'll just have to see what both sides say and assume the truth is somewhere in the middle All right Marty thank you so much for joining us giving us some perspective here Marty shaker Bloomberg news editor at large giving us some perspective on again on this phone call today between presidents Biden and Putin later this afternoon and we'll bring you obviously any news coming out of that with our news.

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"european alliance" Discussed on All Things Techie

All Things Techie

05:32 min | 4 months ago

"european alliance" Discussed on All Things Techie

"Talk am actually did. The person hearing utah because of the the interpretation technology dipsy. Now if things of other challenges and you'd have to start practicing your child each then. I'd have to talk to you like exactly exa- remember or something you're to care for the home. Roger wife and family could get very difficult exactly night. So what is your next. Hope of your next hope way i would. I be busy with bush way. where would you next. I suppose we kinda see it. Done larry living lots and trading on becoming a franchise or network of hopes what we wanna do occur. Eighty connected hopes that. I set up their own. Those but oh what we're doing is our retreat in our deliri- facility supported by bank of ireland say donated space to us as a kind of a living lab so in a living lab tests. What works Digital walk kind of frameworks tunes work to help support the business appease marketing sales and we teach those to the what we call our digital. Hq academy so we see our areement our mission more in in that line actual more and more physical locations okay and talked about different at programs sort of linked in with us. Do you see more of a european base when things open up more and with travel and stuff more europeans might take on board the holiday up the accommodation nuns. Like you say. Absolutely i the feedback from the european alliance someplace making europe is. There's nothing like what we're doing. There's nothing like this digital growth over utah and our model in europe so this is a lot of interest disagree up to near justice iron inc to to being i and the the number one missing society changing slots we're turning to while digits kademi is starts helping other european countries socialization get their me running train to our helping new. We are now in a situation where it's inevitable like. Why would you want to almost like filing into a church and sitting at specific times for for mass on someone else's terms and put yourself through that you want exit as you want learning. That's your adjustable to your needs. The so many different learning styles the so many different modules of people who'd be interested in in a in a variety way so like the future is blended learning like yes obie suddenly physical presence but a lot more of it's gonna be online based but just and i go back to the point. The technology has failed us at the moment. We need much more tactile. An interactive technology not flat screens. Like how we're trying to engage with each of the technology has to to. We need a real step forward and technology to make experiences and then you know education could be easily to numbers and that kind of ties back at a point about rural hopes. Like if you want to move your family to a rural location on the school you know hasn't got any space or it's very rigid structure at. That's a problem whereas if you have blended learning in your kids can learn a bit from home and from from good technology devices as well as speed bit in the classroom have frees everybody. Yes absolutely if people want to hear more bite your project and and get involved and you know. Even if they're real all of international listeners are going to be very interested in this whole project in arnold where can they find out more information point you in two directions just in one. I did a ted talk am about this whole project and turn century generation. So it's available on youtube. If you just do a search owen costal ted ex and the title is do what you can with what you've got and then the second place is just to go to our website. Www dot com digital h- h q. Well that's all from episode fifty two thanks to our own customer for joining us on fifty two. The all things techy podcasts. As always the opinions expressed are not nestle's fairly those of the companies and institutions that or the guests represent or the sponsors upset. Show i'm hopefully. You agree with him. My torch if you don't well we love to hear your comments visit our website. Www dot all things tech dot org like common share unsubscribe. And we'll talk to you very soon. Things is productivity extreme media network for advertising and sponsorship opportunities. Please visit www dot extreme media. Donna eight that's ex- coming media dot..

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"european alliance" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"european alliance" Discussed on KQED Radio

"If Biden gave CNN's president, you'll see a very big difference There will be you'll see an attempt to reopen those Ah negotiations and to rejoin that that agreement And what about Russia? We've seen what's happened over the last few years between President Trump Vladimir Putin. There was the famous meeting in Helsinki when Trump didn't really confront Putin about election interference. What happens with Russia and with NATO If Trump wins a second term, look, I think one of the most enduring mysteries of the entire Trump administration. Is his relationship with Vladimir Putin. We know that as a business man before he became president. Of course, he never ran for any other office. Trump benefited a lot from money that came in from Russia and other former Soviet Republics. We don't know whether there's a direct relationship between his business ties and his personal ties to Putin. We do know that he has been consistently reluctant to criticize Putin personally. But at the same time, the administration has continued most sanctions on Russia even as Trump is attended to get, for example, Putin to rejoin the G seven meetings. Ah, and has found himself running up against a wall of opposition from under G seven leaders. So I think that from Biden, you will probably get a more consistently tough stance against Putin personally and what Putin has done. Then you've heard from from Do you think? Because Trump announced recently that he was going to pull us troops out of Germany. Do you think Abide Administration would put them back in and keep that presence in Europe? I do. I think that most Atlanticist that is most people who who see the U. S. European alliance is as a bulwark of stability in the world has they have since really since the end of World War, two are appalled by that decision, which seemed to be you know, made out of a fit of pique that Trump has toward the German Chancellor Angela Merkel. On didn't have any real strategic reason s O. I think that you would see Biden administration attempt to restore those troops very swiftly. Michael Hirst. Most Americans do not vote on the issue of foreign policy. They vote on domestic issues. But do you think that foreign policy and America's place in the world Is at stake in this election. Or do you think that people should be thinking about that in a bigger way as they vote this November? Very much, So, I mean, I've talked with a number of historians. Diplomats, political sciences, people who study American political history, and they think the stakes of this election are as big as really they've ever been in American history. Because As one European diplomat remarked. We can hold our breath for four years. But we can't hold it for eight. That is to say, you know, another Trump term really would be a reaffirmation to the rest of the world into the earth and allies that America is not interested in anything but turning inward. In the way that Trump has taken it on that the international system created after World War two and really sustained by the loans of power, the United States eyes starting to come apart at the seams s O. I think this is this is By consensus, one of the most important elections in American history. It is Michael Hirsh, senior correspondent at Foreign policy. He's got a piece coming up soon in foreign policy about what is at stake in this election. Michael Hurst. Thank you. Thanks for having me and you're listening to hear now. For parents who can't work because their kids are learning at home. Emergency unemployment benefits could help. But there are some questions. What exactly happens when schools are only opened for maybe half of the week? Can people still get their benefits or not? By raised our reading, writing and making sense of anything else? Next time on marketplace at.

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"european alliance" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"european alliance" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And the police chief Erika shields has resigned after the fatal shooting of a black man at a Wendy's correspondent Natasha Chen reports the Georgia bureau of investigation has launched a probe they do plan to share the video that they have one saving process this now and they did describe what they see in the video and it does include the victim here raise our Brooks leading up from the police officers in in this situation G. B. I. reported a struggle between officers and Mister Brooks over the officer's taser and a G. B. I. says in this video they seem to see Mr Brooks with the taser that belongs to the police pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca has to deal with the European alliance the supply four hundred million doses of an experimental covert nineteen vaccine the alliance which was forged by Germany France Italy and the Netherlands to speed up production of a vaccine is set to take delivery of the vaccine being tested by the university of Oxford by the end of twenty twenty the agreement with AstraZeneca also aims to make the vaccine available to other European countries that wish to take part the cost is expected to be offset by funding from the government I'm Marlys Majerus the Senate's top Democrat is concerned about an uptick in corona virus we need to understand why these fights are happening and how to adapt our national response that's why Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says top health officials need to come before Congress I'm requesting that doctor found she and Dr beers and other members of the administration's coronavirus task force conduct a briefing for democratic senators on the recent spikes and do it next week more cities and states across the country are reporting increasing rates of coronavirus cases every day since many of them have begun to end the corona virus related shutdowns Linda Kenyon Washington I'm in case WMAL news at six so two lines to you coming all the warm air Jack young is warning city restaurants not to offer inside seating young says police on the social club task force will conduct inspections this weekend and if they find restaurants are serving customers inside they will be shut down young did announce that nonessential businesses can now re open at half capacity but the city is not ready to allow limited indoor dining yeah the mayor could announce the easing of more coronavirus restrictions next week amid the corona virus pandemic and nationwide protests against police brutality president trump spoke at west point in person and told graduates the job of the American soldier is not to rebuild foreign nations but defend our nation against foreign enemies correspondent Jeremy diamond has more we heard and thank the National Guard troops for their role in handling.

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"european alliance" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"european alliance" Discussed on KGO 810

"Share the video that they have once they process this now and they did describe what they see in the video and it does include the victim here Richard Brooks leading up from the police officers in in this situation G. B. I. reported a struggle between officers and Mister Brooks over the officer's taser and that to a G. B. I. says in this video they seem to see Mr Brooks with the taser that belongs to the police pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca has to deal with the European alliance the supply four hundred million doses of an experimental covert nineteen vaccine the alliance which was forged by Germany France Italy and the Netherlands to speed up production of a vaccine is set to take delivery of the vaccine being tested by the university of Oxford by the end of twenty twenty the agreement with AstraZeneca also aims to make the vaccine available to other European countries that wish to take part the cost is expected to be offset by funding from the government's I'm Marlys Majerus the Senate's top Democrat is concerned about an uptick in corona viruses need to understand why the spikes are happening and how to adapt our national response that's why Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says top health officials need to come before Congress I'm requesting that doctor found she and Dr beers and other members of the administration's coronavirus task force conduct a briefing for democratic senators on the recent spikes and do it next week for cities and states across the country are reporting increasing rates of coronavirus cases every day since many of them have begun to end the corona virus related shutdowns Linda Kenyon Washington.

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"european alliance" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"european alliance" Discussed on 790 KABC

"At this rally pharma giant AstraZeneca struck a deal with the European alliance to supply up to four hundred million doses of an experimental Colbert nineteen vaccine the alliance which was forged by Germany France Italy and the Netherlands to speed up production of a vaccine is set to take delivery of the vaccine being tested by the university of Oxford by the end of twenty twenty the agreement with AstraZeneca also aims to make the vaccine available to other European countries that wish to take part the cost is expected to be offset by funding from the government's I'm Marlys Majerus the Senate's top Democrat is concerned about recent upticks of the corona viruses need to understand why the spikes are happening and how to adapt our national response that's why Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says top health officials need to come before Congress I'm requesting the doctor found she and Dr beers and other members of the administration's corona virus task force conducted briefing for democratic senators on the recent spikes and do it next week more cities and states across the country are reporting increasing rates of coronavirus cases every day since many of them have begun to end the corona virus related shutdowns Linda Kenyon Washington I'm in Kate's right talk radio seven ninety KABC news at twelve oh three I am Tom Looney LA is number one for a lot of things film TV and commercial production and homelessness our homeless population county wide as exploded it's grown by as many as ten thousand that makes the grand total about sixty six thousand people before taxes Torrance police should fall the identity of the woman who's been accused of physically and verbally assaulting Asians at Wilson park her name is Nina Hernandez I haven't found it yet they don't know what they're gonna do with their once a fighter there's been a coronavirus sergeant California but health department officials are saying that it may be because of the fact that more people are getting tested and not really because we're getting sloppy Chula Vista bigwigs have taken down their big Christopher Columbus statue they wanted to do it before protesters did it themselves seven ninety KABC sports Adam Abdul Jabbar the son of Laker Kareem Abdul Jabbar has been arrested for stabbing his neighbor allegedly KBC socal weather sunny today high the cervix seventy one in Culver city seventy two in Montecito heights seventy three at Sherman oaks I'm Tom loading that dialogue started here in the sixties the dialogue continues here now where LA comes to talk talk radio seven ninety KABC D. A. B. C. dependable traffic right now four oh five north bound the victory Boulevard offramp away from the north world five is closed because of a police investigation traveling farther up the four oh five north bound writer Roscoe Boulevard and extends over on the right hand side so the full five northbound yourself from Skirball center drive up to Roscoe Boulevard west one one the Ventura freeway jammed up from van Nuys Boulevard to parkway Calabasas that's dependable traffic hi.

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"european alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"european alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The campaign if the contract corona virus by attending so far there are no plans to enforce social distancing at this rally former giant AstraZeneca struck a deal with the European alliance to supply up to four hundred million doses of an experimental Colbert nineteen vaccine the alliance which was forged by Germany France Italy and the Netherlands to speed up production of a vaccine is set to take delivery of the vaccine being tested by the university of Oxford by the end of twenty twenty the agreement with AstraZeneca also aims to make the vaccine available to other European countries that wish to take part the cost is expected to be offset by funding from the government I'm Marlys Majerus the Senate's top Democrat is concerned about recent upticks of the corona viruses need to understand why the spikes are happening and how to adapt our national response that's why Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says top health officials need to come before Congress I'm requesting the doctor found she and Dr beers and other members of the administration's coronavirus task force conduct a briefing for democratic senators on the recent spikes and do it next week more cities and states across the country are reporting increasing rates of coronavirus cases every day since many of them have begun to end the corona virus related shutdowns Linda Kenyon Washington I'm in case trading involves financial risk and not suitable for all investors stock market have you nervous with all the massive fluctuations with the impact of corona virus and the upcoming election it's virtually impossible to guess what will happen next with vantage point you don't have.

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"european alliance" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"european alliance" Discussed on KGO 810

"That they are taking any precautions with the message from the trump campaign appears to be rally at your own risk they have asked people who sign up to come to this rally to sign off on a waiver that essentially says they cannot sue president trump or the campaign if the contract corona virus by attending so far there are no plans to enforce social distancing at this rally pharma giant AstraZeneca struck a deal with the European alliance to supply up to four hundred million doses of an experimental Colbert nineteen vaccine the alliance which was forged by Germany France Italy and the Netherlands to speed up production of a vaccine is set to take delivery of the vaccine being tested by the university of Oxford by the end of twenty twenty the agreement with AstraZeneca also aims to make the vaccine available to other European countries that wish to take part the cost is expected to be offset by funding from the government I'm Marlys Majerus the Senate's top Democrat is concerned about recent upticks of the corona viruses need to understand why the spikes are happening and how to adapt our national response that's why Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says top health officials need to come before Congress I'm requesting that doctor found she and Dr beers and other members of the administration's corona virus task force conducted briefing for democratic senators on the recent spikes and do it next week more cities and states across the country are reporting increasing rates of coronavirus cases every day since many of them have begun to end the corona virus related shutdowns Linda.

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"european alliance" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"european alliance" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Well look at this Mr one of our favorite sites the federalist Mollie Hemingway source Democrat senator held secret meeting in Munich with Iranian foreign minister Zarif by the way that's a good place to have a secret meeting with the Islam on **** so will be Munich senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut this guy is a real slimeball and other democratic senators had a secret meeting with Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif during the Munich security conference last week according to a source briefed by the French delegation to the conference Murphy's office did not respond to repeated requests for comment by the press or by press time such a meeting would mean Murphy had done the type of secret coordination with foreign leaders to potentially undermine the US government that he accused trump officials are doing as they prepared for trump's administration in February twenty seventeen Murphy demanded investigations of national security adviser Mike Flynn because he had a phone call with US counterpart to be in Russia call any effort to undermine our nation's foreign policy even during a transition period may be illegal and must be taken seriously that's what a nut job this guy is so incoming administration can't even I can't even deal with foreign leaders he also strongly criticized the open letter some Republican senators said Iranians radian leaders from the Obama administration's campaign for nuclear agreement but Murphy has previously defended road meetings if they're done by Democrats such as former secretary of state John Kerry quote les was authorized by the prisoner sector state conducting independent farm policy sends mixed signals to our avatar Seri said Christian Lipton former state department senior vice in the trump and George W. bush administration the Munich security conference an annual formal international security plus welcomes hundreds of world leaders each February this year's conference featured robust debate what America's maximum pressure policy against Iran China's handling of the corona virus and technology concerns the European alliance with the United States other democratic senators at the conference included Robert Menendez of a New Jersey Chris van Hollen a Maryland former senator John Kerry Massachusetts also to this Chris van Holland Holland is quite the globetrotter Maryland he loves his junkets when I was in Israel last year with my family we saw van Hollen bobber thing in Surrey spoke publicly during a two hour session a Middle East policy with Murphy injury both fiercely criticizing US policy so it seems to me Chris Murphy has a lot of answering to do sure we have a special counsel I'm sure some committee at Congress will investigate not this debate is Sir I know it's likely pointless but he needs to know I want to invite this guy Murphy on the radio show we want to discuss Iran we want to discuss Hey let's try it this way ready let me whisper we want to discuss his brilliant performance for the last several months during impeachment in the impeachment trial see if that'll fly nobody took him off money that they don't tip them off this will be great I'm seriously see if we can get a we need his genius and put having been elected his entire career the public office never actually done anything else he's a lawyer don't you know but that's all right the good lawyers and then there's you know the rest but we want to talk to this man he's obviously genius he's all over TV I see him all the time similar time so I will not say nasty word about it because my goal is to hook him on to the program and I have a rational civilized discussion what was he doing in Munich what.

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"european alliance" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"european alliance" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Wow look at this one of our favorite sites the federalists Mollie Hemingway source Democrat senator held secret meeting in Munich with Iranian foreign minister Zarif by the way that's a good place to have a secret meeting with the Islam on **** have would be Munich senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut this guy is a real slime ball and other democratic senators had a secret meeting with Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif during the Munich security conference last week according to a source briefed by the French delegation to the conference Murphy's office did not respond to repeated requests for comment by the press by press time such a meeting would mean Murphy had done the type of secret coordination with foreign leaders to potentially undermine the US government that he accused trump officials are doing as they prepared for trump's administration in February twenty seventeen Murphy demanded investigations of national security adviser Mike Flynn because he had a phone call with his counterpart to be in Russia or any effort to undermine our nation's farm policy even during a transition period maybe a legal and must be taken seriously that's what a nut job this guy is so incoming administration can't even I can't even deal with foreign leaders he also strongly criticized the open letter some Republican senator said Iranians radian leaders during the Obama administration's campaign for nuclear agreement but Murphy's previously defended rogue meetings if they're done by Democrats such as former secretary of state John Kerry quote let's was authorized by the prisoner sector state conducting independent farm policy since mixed signals to advertise Seri said Christian written former state department senior vice in the trump and George W. bush administration now the Munich security conference manual foreman international security plus welcome hundreds of world leaders each February this year's conference featured robust debate America's maximum pressure policy against Iran China's handling of the corona virus and technology concerns the European alliance with the United States other democratic senators at the conference included Robert Menendez of a New Jersey Chris van Hollen a Maryland former senator John Kerry Massachusetts also to this Chris van town hall and it's quite the glow Popper Maryland he loves his junkets when I was in Israel is here with my family we saw van Hollen Bob my scenes are we spoke publicly during a two hour session a Middle East policy with Murphy injury both fiercely criticizing US policy so it seems to me Chris Murphy has a lot of answering to do sure we have a special counsel I'm sure some committee a Congress will investigate not this debate is there I know it's likely pointless but he needs to know how much invite disclaimer free on the radio show we want to discuss Iran we want to discuss Hey let's try it this way ready let me whisper we want to discuss his brilliant performance for the last several months during impeachment in the impeachment trial see if that'll fly nobody took him off many but they don't tip them off this will be great I'm seriously see if we can get a we need his genius and put having been elected his entire career the public office in never actually done anything else he's a lawyer don't you know but that's alright the good lawyers and then there's you know the rest but we want to talk to this man he's obviously genius he's all over TV I see him all the time similar time so I will not say nasty word about him because my goal is to hook mon of the program and I have a rational civilized discussion what was he doing in Munich.

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"european alliance" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"european alliance" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Well look one of our favorite sites the federalists Mollie Hemingway source Democrat senator held secret meeting in Munich with Iranian foreign minister Zarif by the way that's a good place to have a secret meeting with the Islam or not see some of the Munich senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut this guy is a real slime ball and other democratic senators had a secret meeting with Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif during the Munich security conference last week according to a source briefed by the French delegation to the conference Murphy's office did not respond to repeated requests for comment by the press by press time such a meeting would mean Murphy had done the type of secret coordination with foreign leaders to potentially undermine the US government that he accused trump officials are doing as they prepared for trump's administration in February twenty seventeen Murphy demanded investigations of national security adviser Mike Flynn because he had a phone call with his counterpart to be in Russia call any effort to undermine our nation's farm policy even during a transition period maybe a legal and must be taken seriously that's what a nut job this guy is so incoming administration can't even I can't even deal of foreign leaders he also strongly criticized the open letter some Republican senator said Iranians radian leaders during the Obama administration's campaign for nuclear agreement but Murphy's previously defended road meetings if they're done by Democrats such as former secretary of state John Kerry quote let's was authorized by the prisoner sector state conducting independent farm policy since mixed signals tore avatar Seri said Christian written former state department senior vice in the trump and George W. bush administration now the Munich security conference manual foreman international security plus welcome to hundreds of world leaders each February this year's conference featured robust debate America's maximum pressure policy against Iran China's handling of the coronavirus and technology concerns the European alliance with the United States other democratic senators at the conference included Robert Menendez of a New Jersey Chris van Hollen a Maryland former senator John Kerry Massachusetts also to this Chris van town Holland is quite the glow Popper Maryland he loves his junkets when I was in Israel is here with my family we saw van Hollen poverty in Surrey spoke publicly during a two hour session a Middle East policy with Murphy injury both fiercely criticizing US policy so it seems to me Chris Murphy has a lot of answering to do sure we have a special counsel I'm sure some committee a Congress will investigate not this debate is Sir I know it's likely pointless but he needs to know I want to invite this guy Murphy on the radio show we want to discuss Iran we want to discuss Hey let's try it this way ready then he whispered we want to discuss his brilliant performance for the last several months during impeachment in the impeachment trial see if that'll fly nobody to come off many but they don't take them off this will be great I'm seriously see if we can get a we need his genius and put having been elected his entire career to public office in never actually done anything else he's a lawyer don't you know but that's alright the good lawyers and then there's you know the rest but we want to talk to this man he's obviously genius he's all over TV I see him all the time Sam all the time so I will not say nasty word about it because my goal is still to come on the program and I have a rational civilized discussion what was he doing in Munich.

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"european alliance" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"european alliance" Discussed on WJR 760

"When we when we cycle in Christmas music for the for the station you know that Brian has anyone told you that other working now okay all right very good and we've started our Christmas theme Linus and Lucy from Vince Guaraldi and we're happy to be able to control that and will have other Christmas music coming because Christmas as you well know is less than three weeks away it's going to be here and be gone before you know it so let's savor every day leading up to it and then Christmas itself all righty are W. J. R. news White House correspondent Bob Costantini I am guessing did not go with the president with his NATO meetings you're here in Washington right yes Sir that's correct all the by the way speaking of Christmas music it seems like some stations start right after Halloween do they do and I I don't I don't leave around now in the early bird I I don't I don't like it when they started to really but it's a very effective tool to get their ratings up and then people that you know based on their ratings on foolish information because they're you know after Christmas they're not playing Christmas music anymore and it's a it's unfortunately a radio scam that's been very effective for where we are you stations in this season of scamming Hey what if they want if they what is a held an impeachment and there was no president around to be impeached which seems to be what's going on right now well the president today in London for the NATO meetings couple of days of meetings in London and the president there's you up may have heard already not saying there is he said yesterday as well before he left that he thinks it's unfair for the Democrats to have a meeting tomorrow the hearing tomorrow in the Judiciary Committee well but one impeachment while he is no overseas the hearing tomorrow frankly Paul is going to be sort of a professorial of you know history lesson or something like that historians for historians will be talking about what they think of the founding fathers mac with high crimes and misdemeanors that putting that in the constitution regarding the impeaching a president RPG anyone actually any public official for high crimes and misdemeanors on top of bribery treason at federal so that's that's going to be an academic kind of thing to me very dry I suppose tomorrow two of the people who are involved in that so also do the same thing head of the Bill Clinton impeachment hearings back in nineteen ninety eight but on the house side so but the president taking issue with the Democrats moving forward with that hearing today what we don't know Paul is whether or not the president is going to have anyone representing him as the Judiciary Committee hearings move forward starting next week when they get more into the meat of the matter some consider articles of impeachment against president Paul yeah all right Sir will will stand by for that excitement and and followed along I'm sure you'll help us throughout the day with special reports eccentric Sentra meanwhile what is the president to doing it what's important and what we hope that will come out of his NATO meetings well hello sought a year ago two years ago that Donald Trump would be the great defender of NATO all of the the president though no he is going to the nature of these NATO meetings and one in marking the seventieth anniversary of the alliance in and someone a good mood as far as NATO is concerned and even taking to task his first great friend on the world stage Emmanuel McCall the president plans for who will live in London saying that he thinks NATO may be brain dead or near brain dead at this point so now the president saying that it's very insulting to a lot of forces so the twenty countries involved you know once a year the present a lanky culinary with reporters during his first meeting with the natives general secretary general but the the president taking back home to task for saying that and also saying that the NATO is still very important almost unthinkable even just a few months ago when some European leaders including my call we're talking about how a lack of US leadership in NATO had them wondering this is include Randall Merkel Germany til at night and I'm wondering if they should start their own European alliance and put NATO aside or something like that and what concerns that president trump would go to these meetings trying to blow up NATO certainly are us waged well there is being a wonderful defender of NATO well I thought the rest of the story here frankly Bob was that when he looked at the books NATO was being under written mostly by the United States of America and nobody was paying their fair share and he was the first president to not only speak up but to get them to give more and what he's been proud of is that he's looked at the books in a lot of these countries have stepped up like they were supposed to and of course he is taking credit in probably deservedly so yeah and it doesn't mean he won't bring that up again at these meetings at some point but because a number of nations including smaller NATO nations and have lunch with the leaders of Estonia Lithuanians mother the countries that have been spending more on their defense it's supposed to be two percent of GDP not for each country now obviously of the Germany's GDP is a lot bigger than Estonia and Latvia et cetera but the the the president is pleased to mentor the reasons why in a more optimistic mood about NATO this time around he is pleased that the number of countries are increasing.

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"european alliance" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"european alliance" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dedicated at Wilmington high school for color graduated from in two thousand and four this idea for the stone came from senior Joe Wilson who raised money for the project Wilson comes from a long line of police officers and felt the stone would be a fitting tribute to call you my father's a police officer I in Cambridge so I was very close to all the happenings of the Boston Marathon bombing so this was very personally came up with the idea and a sophomore year and started a go fund me page to raise the money the memorial is located in the high school's courtyard that's W. B. C. T. V.'s Katie breaks dozens of family members of ISIS fighters on the run after getting away from their Kurdish captors reporters in the area say one hundred or so ISIS women and children escape to camp north of rock a where they were being held the Kurdish forces say they're down to no more than seventy guards trying to monitor as many as twelve thousand dices family members being held in the camp we get more now from CBS's Gary known president trump has ordered American troops in northern Syria to exit as safely and as quickly as possible defense secretary markets for on CBS's face the nation today said the situation there is deteriorating by the hour it's a very terrible situation of their situation caused by the Turks by prison OR one despite our opposition they decide make this incursion into Syria and at this point in time last twenty four hours we learned that they likely intend to expand their tack further south than originally planned and to the west this is Margaret Brennan the administration argues there an impossible to spot and that they don't want to fire on a NATO ally but the president says he is okay with sanctioning a NATO ally they're hoping the rest of NATO the European alliance support some of that Turkish officials say that the army has seized control of a major highway in northern Syria after pitched battles with Kurdish forces CBS news updates I'm Gary non Republican senator rand Paul of Kentucky saying sending US troops to help settle things between the Turks and the Kurds is not in America's best interest WBZ traffic and weather together hits the super retailers of away with all wheel drive traffic on the three zero Sunday right here's my king I thank my some of the busy highways are up north right now route one south bound is crawling from that ninety five entrance ramp in Peabody down into Lindfield three miles it was set off by an earlier crash by walnut street northbound jam main street up to walnut street that backup was related to the crash as well they should start to loosen up now ones also backed up in both directions through Topsfield as folks come in and out of the fairgrounds this afternoon one twenty eight south is crawling pass route one fourteen in Peabody and again from ninety five down a walnut street and then delays down in that Wakefield stretch to on one twenty eight north in Burlington is a crash on the exit for route three north so be careful exiting there elsewhere the mass pike westbound is backed up a mile I'll pass to ninety in Auburn east bound to back up to speed the expressway south slow going Brian dad into the split nor found seems to be fine all the way and now downtown lowered expect to assembly square the Tobin bridge is wide open my king WBZ's traffic on the three is traffic and weather together we check the four day WBZ accu weather forecast right now partly to mostly cloudy tonight a little bit of rain late tonight on the south coast overnight low fifty two shower or two early tomorrow in the Cape times of clouds and sunshine after that well the Monday high of sixty seven Tuesday sunny.

"european alliance" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"european alliance" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Than Emmanuel Macron. The European and not the Frenchwoman to celebrate Macron's victory in the French presidential election, two years ago, it had been years since a main national position in western Europe, had run an election on an openly, and admittedly, and proudly per European message. That's Alexandra Holroyd French lawmaker from Macron's party on Omar as president macro has cast himself as the savior of Europe. He's called for a joint e you military full, so common defense budget, and the finance minister for the whole euro-zone more cooperation between Member States of the European Union. To ensure whether you're achieved which is peace and prosperity and cooperation will different kinds of field where we need to be to get the message from the main rival party in these European elections. Couldn't be more different thing. Long live. Liberty long live a wonderful Europe of nation states. Long live from shouts marine Le Pen, head of the right wing national rally. The party's chief spokesman is long yet cappelli, we won't zoo nations to be back again. We want to choose if we want a note. Welcome Megan's in France. We won't give the priority of employment for French companies and fringe people. In other words, he says, we don't want a European Union. We've on a European alliance. It's contrary us to remain independence for away. He wants to it's connects but given Britain's fiasco of Brexit. His party is definitely not calling for francs it. We don't have to wake with thing we did change everything from inside with the help of other eurosceptic policies that the likely to do well in the elections, and at least seven of Member States, including Italy, and Germany. If the pens party beats Macron says. Omega Alexandra Holroyd, it'll deal, a very heavy blow to the union, because frowns is not any other European country. It is a founding member of the European Union and the signal that will be sent across borders would be absolutely catastrophic. The big fear is voter apathy when dominating Wasi met a group of young French students week ago. They seemed more interested in the final episode of the game of thrones, the fate of the kingdom of vegetables, seems much more important in their head than the fate of the European Union project. An ominous sign for the EU to borrow a phrase winter is coming at the European desk..

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"european alliance" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"european alliance" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Than Emmanuel Macron. The European and not the French one to celebrate Macron's victory in the French presidential election, two years ago, it had been years since a main national position in western Europe, had running election on an openly, and admittedly, and proudly per European message. That's Alexandra Holroyd French lawmaker from microns party, Omar as president macro has cast himself as the savior of Europe. He's called for a joint e you military full, so common defense budget, and the finance minister for the whole euro-zone more cooperation between Member States of the European to ensure whether you're achieved which is peace and prosperity and cooperation will different kinds of field where we need to be to get the, the message from the main rival party in these European elections. Couldn't be more different thing. Thinness. Long live. Liberty long live, a wonderful Europe of nation states, long-lived fronts. Shouts marine Le Pen, head of the right wing national rally. The party's chief spokesman is long Jack belly. We won't nations to be back again. We want to choose if we want note will commitments in France. We won't give the priority of employment for French companies and fringe people. In other words, he says we don't want to European Union. We want a European alliance been tweet us to remain independence for the way he wants to it connects. But given Britain's fiasco of Brexit. His party is definitely not calling for Frank said we don't have to break everything we did change everything from inside with the help of other eurosceptic parties that lightly to do well, in the elections in at least seven of Member States, including Italy, and Germany. If the pens. Party beats macro says lawmaker Alexandra Holroyd it'll deal a very heavy blow to the union because frowns is not any other European country. It is a founding member of the European Union and the signal that will be sent across borders would be absolutely catastrophic. The big fear is voter apathy when Dominic Mazi met a group of young French students a week ago. They seemed more interested in the final episode of the game of thrones, the fate of the kingdom of vegetables, seems much more important in their head than the fate of the European Union project. An omen, assigned for the EU to borrow a phrase winter is coming at the European desk..

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"european alliance" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"european alliance" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"So, you know, again, it's when people are pathologically untruthful, they give they're going to get themselves in more trouble, the more they testify in the more, they speak, and they're jeopardizing frankly their own chances of getting fair trials like every time. Roger stone opens his mouth, and this is what the judge is trying to protect him from. He is harming his chances of getting his own fair day in court. Yeah, I'm not sure who told him to go on this sort of media to over the judge this even to tell them don't do anymore that it's not a good idea. At least it was former deputy assistant attorney general. Thank you very much. Appreciate it. And coming up, the president checks off get another item on bladder Putin's wishlist stay with us. The president of the United States general secretary of the communist party of the Soviet Union sign the treaty today. I for the United States and the general secretary for the Soviet Union have signed the first degree but ever to eliminate an entire class of US and Soviet nuclear weapons. We have made history in December of nineteen eighty-seven Ronald Reagan, and Mikhail Gorbachev came to a dramatic agreement at the height of the Cold War. They agree that the United States and the Soviet Union. Eliminate all land-based missiles with ranges between a few hundred and a few thousand miles after the tree was signed more than two thousand missiles were destroyed between the two countries for over thirty years the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty, or I n f has served as a check on ambitions of the two largest nuclear powers on earth. Until today. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo announced that the Trump administration is suspending the treaty effective tomorrow in six months, if they don't find that Russia has come into compliance with the terms of the NF they will terminate the treaty altogether. The president managed to put a positive spin on the whole affair saying quote. We stand ready to engage with Russia on arms control negotiations that meet these criteria. And importantly, once that's done develop perhaps for the first time and s time ever an outstanding relationship on economic trade, political and military levels. This would be a fantastic thing for Russia and the United States and would also be great for the world. European allies are understandably very very nervous after all the missiles regulated out of existence by the treaty could reach Europe within minutes from Russia now, it's widely acknowledged that Russia is violating the terms of the treaty. And it was the Obama administration who I confronted Putin about missile tests back in two thousand fourteen but it's the response to that violation where things get more complicated. I mean, why not work harder to get Russia? Back into compliance rather than issue ultimatums who will benefit most from the demise of the treaty in are we headed for a new arms race, Joe syringe Yoni nuclear weapons policy expert in the president of the ploughshares fund argue today in an op Ed in the Washington Post that quote when someone breaks the law. The answer is not to repeal the law there. Well, established methods for bringing an offending nation back into compliance, and he joins us tonight, Mr. SUNY shitting your time tonight. Thank you. So let's answer those last three questions who benefits most from the US backing out of this treaty. Vladimir putin. This is a gift to flat of air Putin. He's the one who now gets to deploy as many weapons as he wants because there are no longer or will not be in six months any limits on what he can do it. Also, of course, as you noted producers, great strains in the US European alliance system that is also to Putin's favor and the US cakes the blame for this also to Putin's favor. So this is not standing up to Russia. This is a gift to Russia. Was there some other way that the US could have encouraged compliance at the Obama administration was also complaining of that they were not complying? Absolutely..

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"european alliance" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"european alliance" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"European project, you you're going to be very worried by what Jonathan has said because Macron has been held up as one of the last great liberal hopes in the EU because we know they was that access with him and Angela Merkel. She of course, has been forced to stand down. She has a new success that we don't quite know how she's going to cut the mustard. But this is not good times for the president. You fact. Question is how long it will take for us to acknowledge that European politics have changed beyond recognition and that has already happened. Most people were pinning their hopes on mckown as the savior of the center. Well, they're east not much to save. If we are to believe these numbers, actually, senior pretty disastrous for McComb precisely for the reasons the Jonathan pointed out, he was very kind to Macron perhaps. But the actually these is very far from the numbers that he had and needed and would need if he remained as that sort of European beacon, not only half. He's also having problems with his some somewhat makes shave to trans-european alliance. For instance, savannah senior Spain are beginning to come closer to the Fadh right-wing vox in under Lucia in Macron or ready send a warning to them. Because remember former minister is now a mayoral candidate in of our Celona. So actually, the story here is that of the total decline of the center of central centuries politics on the one hand, the total the almost near Newton all of these appearance of the historic partisans. I public and the socialists the fronts on miss keeps a steady at ten percent. So you can see there, you know, some of the anger is is moving that direction. But of course, the real the real danger is that if you put together the too far right parties in France, you see word that anger. He's moving quickly, and these should be a warm a warning for the rest of us and stressing as well, a very very briefly marine Le Pen, she has tried to ally herself with with with the yellow vest movement. But Jonathan very very quickly before we move onto the to the final subjects. Yeah. I mean, the the the whole question was Matt coins he committed himself to macro neon reforms they're systemic structural reforms in France, those run into all kinds of difficulties partly because of the presentation, partly because of the way it was handled and so on, but he combed abandoned those without basically giving up this president which onto might well, obviously, they want him to go. Anyway, let's move on. Now. It's finally to our final funnels subjects EU trade officials. They are looked in a fight of Australia. The use of household food names nosy foods manufactures wants to put fetter palm is on empress co on their products, even though goods with those named on meeting, Greece and Italy, however, always not lost because one possible compromises to have locally produced goods labelled Australian per second. I guess Australia. Champagne fettuccine Stroup is what I can say. But look questions both view. I mean, if you all a euro skeptic, a K this really confirms every skeptics nightmare about the north was is. It's made up of meddling bureaucratic timewasters making much ado about. At the same time. I think he would probably he stand for Stilton Stilton is British. You're not supposed to talk. Mild mild ale is British and so on and if you have Australian Stilton, I think they would draw a line the opposite. Yeah. I remember way back when the French will have this great compaign on champagne. This was. To reserve that. And it basically, you know, where something comes from. It is generally accepted in the us should define how it can be called food fight and down. Under sounds like a nine thousand nine hundred song by men at work. You would be very little. To to blame a European bureaucrats there, this is actually more about the way economic live nowadays has more with copyright and information, branding and marketing than anything else in this happens. This is a global phenomenon. Okay. Then we're going to have to leave it there. So we could actually talk about food without getting into a fight. Excellent. Well, that brings us to the end of today's show Oscar Guardiola era and Jonathan Fenby gentlemen. Thank you both for joining us here at Madari house today show was produced by Carlotta Rabelo researched by fundamental Gustavo Pacheco and Martha library has studio manager was Christie Evans more music.

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