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"france uk" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:02 min | 6 months ago

"france uk" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"All right let's get our own expert on this David Johnson David well this really sets us up for the big numbers they come on Friday for the labor department recognize eighty P. tracks the private sector but these were just standing numbers I mean the the job loss number was about a quarter of what we expected and later on that the fact that mortgage applications for new home purchases are up eighteen percent year over year OpenTable tells us that that more people more and more people are booking reservations to go out to eat and not just here but globally so we've seen a global rally today Germany's closing up over three percent so does France UK's up two and a half percent our market right now is the best reading of the day of one of the quarter percent up three hundred twenty seven Dow points so now the average is back above the twenty six thousand market twenty six thousand seventy two S. and P. is up thirty one the nasdaq is up sixty the nasdaq is just over one percent away from an all time high and the S. a B. average is probably about nine percent away from its all time high crews of four cents thirty seven dollars forty cents latest word is that the Saudis would like to postpone tomorrow's planned OPEC plus meeting and maybe put it later on in the month maybe a week or so from now it looks like the crude market sailing that these pretty well gold is continuing to be used as a source of false people taking it out of there but I get back of the stock market goes down thirty nine dollars ten year rates point seven six percent so they continue to rise locally all sorts of gains taxes as rich really conspicuous today up four percent up four dollars and eighty five cents of the airline stocks are hard and they both American and southwest are up five percent and the Dow is up three hundred thirty six points David Johnson news radio ten eighty KRLD thanks seven traffic and weather together on the aids coming up it's totally normal to.

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'We need to presume that we are in a state of war with Iran': Former envoy Brett McGurk

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:56 min | 11 months ago

'We need to presume that we are in a state of war with Iran': Former envoy Brett McGurk

"Brett mcgurk served as senior director for Iraq and Afghanistan in the George W Bush White House who was also special presidential envoy to the global coalition to defeat. Asus I under President Obama and under president trump. Mr mcgurk left that role late two thousand eighteen after trump announced a plan to pull. US troops out of Syria. Mr mcgurk thank thank you so much for joining us tonight on on short notice and on a very serious evening. Thanks for having me. I know you've been following the news as we all have. I assume you've been able to talk with some of your former colleagues from from government and other experts in the region. Let me just ask your top line response to this news tonight. That the head of the KUDZU force Qassem Soleimani has been killed in a US military strike in back that way as an American who has served a lot of time in Iraq including including in two thousand seven two thousand eight period where we were really in a very hot war with a lot of these iranian-backed groups. I really feel that. It's it's a measure of justice done I feel that as an American someone who has been out there for a significant period of my life and I know I have colleagues who are killed by some of these groups also hearing from former colleagues in the region a lot of concern. Obviously about where this goes and I think we need to presume now as a country like it or not. We need to presume that we are in a state of war with Iran This has been a covert war shadow war for forty years But with this action. I think we need to presume to protect our people in the region to protect Dr Interests that were in a state of war with Iran and that is not something that the trump administration appears to have been prepared for. I mean they're they're national. Security Strategy is actually premised on the notion of getting out of the Middle East commitments and reprioritising to Asia to a great power or competition against China. So I think that is now pretty much over. We're now drawn back into the Middle East and we need to be very well prepared not over coming days and weeks. I'm Ron might take some time to respond. But over the coming months and even over the coming years to protect our people and our interests It's a very serious situation if we are as you say it's to presume that we are in a state of war with Iran not that it is threatening but we are there because of this action and What should Americans expect from a war with Iran? What should we expect in terms of risk to the United States into US US allies and U. S. forces in assets around the world? Well it means that we are now we have been trying now really for two ministrations restrictions to try to reprioritize out of the Middle East Because there's just such a resource kind of black hole for us and we tried to do that in various ways ways and it turns out now to ministrations. We're kind of sucked back in. I think it would be very difficult now to to really significantly move forces and resources out. I mean president trump. Even as he says he's bringing forces out of the Middle East he's actually sent fifteen thousand troops in the Middle East since May because of the increasing tensions against Iran on and because of the consequences that began on fold when he got out of the Iran. Deal another thing here if you want to take on a situation like this and set a very very maximalist objective which is basically to bring down the Iranian regime. That seems to be a policy that is a maximalist objective for which we very few allies You know in Iraq right now it's not just. US troops. We have. And I was a part of this effort to build a coalition. So we didn't do this on our own. We built a coalition of almost almost twenty military contributors interact with US France. UK Denmark Australia New Zealand. They're all interact with us And they are on these bases and facilities with us and has been a very successful endeavor. I think they're all AL also asking what comes next just on that point. A strategic risk is that we'll be asked to leave Iraq. I think the Iraqi government now is extremely weak There's a protest movement kind of a dual protest movement among Shia groups. Some of whom are backed by Iran. Some of these young patriotic liberal oriented Iraqis WANNA see significant reforms with. That's going to be very difficult. And there's a very good chance now. The Iraqis will ask us to leave Iraq. which would open up another vacuum which would be filled by extremist groups both on the Iranian backside and Isis so all the gains against Isis over last five years could also begin to unravel all that said? I want to emphasize that as an American I feel that this is a measure of justice but I'm also concerned that the second and third order consequences have not been adequately prepared for and I think it's incumbent upon Congress Congress and others to demand answers to those questions. Where does this go? How are we mitigating risks? And what our next moves

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The promise of  renewables in remote Central Africa

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:09 min | 1 year ago

The promise of renewables in remote Central Africa

"Than half the population of Africa can can rely on just flicking on a switch light or heat or cooking and that also limits technological advances in banking education and healthcare a recent International Energy Agency report says skipping over the fossil fuel heavy grids the most of the rest of the world relies on and turning straight to solar and micro grids or even wind power has real potential for accelerating development particularly in Central African countries. Michael at the University of Pittsburgh Researches Energy Policy Policy and he says that renewable I approach can work with some caveats. I've seen myself attempts to almost helicopter. Drops solar panels in rural areas. And without any kind of local button. This doesn't work very well. Because one challenge for instance is that many people would like like ideally to have access to the great and feel that the smaller systems do not quite provide kind of services. They were hoping for. I think think what really needs to happen is a lot of bottom up involvement from these local communities to tell other people what their needs exactly are so that these can be met met the best and most effective way as possible in your experience. What is an effective installation on maybe a household or village or town level? Just exactly what would that look like. So these needs very quite a bit across very different settings and I think that's precisely why renewable off great technologies are potentially so powerful is we can really use them tailor them to match what people really can use them for. That's the big difference to the grids because the grid rid is one size fits all type of approach right every house here in the US. For instance once you're connected you have about the same type of services that you can use. They're in somebody's countries. It's going to be very helpful to be able to adapt the kind of technology to their financial means and as a result you can really make the best use use of that without having to go through the high costs imposed by extending the grid so obviously some countries like China that makes solar panels see a potential new mark here but other other global economic gains that we could see by the transition to a different type of electrical infrastructure. This has really serious consequences says on how these families these villages how much they can really produce think about any kind of business if you have a small grocery and you WanNa Fridge Ginny power you need artificial lighting to be able to operate after nightfall so I think what is really going to be. The more and more transformative effect of these technologies can come from allowing places that would otherwise be fairly unproductive from an economic standpoint to suddenly really be able to use their potential and they become much more productive. That way Michael. At Clinton University of Pittsburgh the report says the continent of Africa could by twenty forty meet the energy demands of of an economy. That's grown to four times larger than today's but used just fifty percent more energy and now some related links. The report is worth reading. It says Africa is going to become increasingly influential in shaping global energy trends over the next six two decades. And that's because it's undergoing the largest process of urbanization the world's ever seen the number of people. Living in Africa's cities will grow by six hundred with million. That's more than the increase we've seen in China so the energy demand will grow. Brookings also has incredible visuals and a report on Energy Africa which which are worth clicking through to. For example one graph highlights the cost burden of powering a refrigerator for a year as a percentage of GDP per capita in the US like France UK and other developed countries. It's basically zero in Liberia it's forty-nine percent and really it's all those central African African countries at the expensive end of that chart and we just talked about micro grids on marketplace tech earlier this month

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"france uk" Discussed on Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"france uk" Discussed on Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

"One one thing about my dad spanked me and then I'll get mad. I'd run out one time in the middle of the winter went into truck this and the toys like open that door breaker. This story is weak and I'm like, no few, whatever. He leaves, and I'm his truck, and my dad works in construction, has to car to lots of tools and dead. A winter all's tools just through. Tool and us through into snow. And I. Individually. So I, I read them around. So like spring would they didn't find it for the whole winter, all the water melts the whole yards. Deserve to get your feet for that as you're never gonna, find those. Well, they found him. They kinda rusted. Okay, soccer. Soccer. France-uk see, I got the ball rolling. I'm gonna fucking. Mansion Frank, this is a rapid fire, honorable mention Chicago Cubs vins suck a dick honorable mention fighting Irish alumni fans. Honorable mention what he said that earlier for. The ideal steal it because they are. They are bad. They're bad. It's at the use it in business in Chicago. It's like its own fraternity of Chicago, and they just utilize that network just way too much. It's just you see video cameras day Notre Dame to. Yeah, honorable mention fans, arrested development. I never got the show. I don't good. I will say it's, it's not. It's a show. It's not once again the circle jerk. This is such a big circle. All right. Right. We're rapid-firing. All right. Ron fans all that's. That's a layup. It's hard to argue with what he's done. LeBron fans, they're just like. Jordan? Yeah. Like that argument is it's so annoying and I just have to LeBron fans because truly brand fans wanted. Just appreciate like how good is about the fans of LeBron that, like no matter what is awesome. Yeah, he's untouchable. Like storing ESPN was LeBron speaks for the first time since making his decision. It's like, I don't care. I don't. He's been talking. Doesn't interview that was because he opened up a school which is a good for at risk kids. It was a very good home, but. Sorry. Off of that. I got to notify -cation from another sports thing that we're not gonna name because then go fuck themselves about LeBron son donkey popped up on my phone. No, no l. finally got it. I need to be woken up by that. Put them in the league buckle up because you're going to hear about him for the next thirty years going to be suckle up. Boy. I hope he's not that good. Good. Joe down guys, Irv span good, good, good job guys. Guys. Do you think would be to get Donald Trump on the podcast aim possible? He's probably the most serious question. Well, when there's a will, it's impossible. It would be harder than me or just shut climate shocked if like Donald Trump ever heard this show, no matter how big it ever got. No, never. I, I hope he wouldn't like there's nothing that he should that's going to help run this country that you're gonna put. The tape of the podcast nuclear bomb. Listen, listen here here Don down somehow, make him think was very low energy. Happen, it'll marks win the NBA champion Franks. The only person that goes at the White House. So would you all get him on the pod and you get him get him on the pot. You talk about how you have to plug it where pros and Joe shirt, we just do this ending. We're doing plug it harder than he plugs stormy. Plugged her one second time, watch shark week. I remember what ails is make up everything literally everything. Okay. What do you want to do Mr. host. Recording. Got it. Dr a month, general Ag. Oh, work hard. It was for him to not go to the gym all day. It's very stressful. It takes a lot of energy in this. So Frank takes away. Thanks for listening. Frame. Smells terrible, breaking news, right? Kaminski's farts smell like breaking wind with recommend skis. For me. So I didn't knows your ten. Do we do that? We should go breaking wind part of the segment or part of the show today. Taking the week whenever whenever anybody has too far. Yeah. Tastic idea missing. Her with that one come listen to him fart on their podcast. It's hilarious. Ideas sticks head Bob memory on, and then they fired for twenty minutes straight, Santa Fernan content. I. All right, Bob impression we could do that. What's your best Bob mentoring pression door.

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"france uk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"france uk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of us policy towards iran but it was it was one of my colleagues said it was everything they've said you know turned up to eleven on the volume there were you know it was very it was very strident it was very clear and harsh and they didn't give a lot of room for negotiation basically mike pompeo laid out twelve basic requirements he said that iran has to meet if it wants us sanctions to be rescinded and it you know it touches on every part of the world where iran has interests or you know undertakes any kind of political or military action so we're talking about the war in yemen we're talking about the war in syria we're talking about hezbollah in lebanon and we're talking about the nuclear program among other things but bombay was actually asked at one point very directly you know how will you work with european allies to ensure that their companies you know don't fall afoul of these sanctions and peyot didn't really give much ground on that he said countries will have to make a decision that they're going to have less economic activity with iran and that's you know that's that's basically saying even to close us allies like france uk and germany if you're doing business there you should get out of that business and we're not going to we're not going to give you guys any cover just because are friends that sounds like setting the table for problems with all of europe am i overstating that could be you know it's very trumpian approach it's you know we it's a maximalist like we will state our position out to the extreme and we're not going to give any ground and then as we see with china for instance on tariffs well maybe you start to give a little bit of ground you know as you get closer but you'd certainly don't you certainly don't negotiate with yourself so that could be the position but if if they're not gonna show any flexibility when when these sanctions are are looming and and i think seventy eighty days from now i think it will i think it will be a big deal with europe when they start seeing their own company sanctioned but you know one interesting thing about this speech was that.

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"france uk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"france uk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of us policy towards iran but it was it was one of my colleagues said it was everything they've said you know turned up to eleven on the volume there were you know it was very it was very strident it was very clear and harsh and you know they didn't give a lot of room for negotiation basically mike pompeo laid out twelve basic requirements he said that iran has to meet if it wants us sanctions to be rescinded and it you know it touches on every part of the world where iran has interests or undertakes any kind of political or military action so we're talking about the war in yemen we're talking about the war in syria we're talking about hezbollah and in lebanon and we're talking about the nuclear program among other things but bombayo was actually asked at one point very directly you know how will you work with european allies to ensure that their companies don't fall afoul of these sanctions and peyot didn't really give much ground on that he said countries will have to make a decision that they're going to have less economic activity with iran and that's you know that's that's basically saying even to close us allies like france uk and germany if you're doing business there you should get out of that business and we're not going to we're not going to give you guys any cover just because you're are friends that sounds like setting the table for problems with all of europe am i overstating that could be you know it's a very trumpian approach it's you know we it's a maximalist like we will state our position out to the extreme and we're not going to give any ground and then as we see with china for instance on tariffs well maybe you start to give a little bit of ground you know as you get closer but you'd certainly don't you certainly don't negotiate with yourself so that could be the position but if if they're not gonna show any flexibility when when these sanctions are looming in you know i think it's seventy eighty days from now i think it will i think it will be a big deal with europe when they start seeing their own company sanctioned but you know one interesting thing about this speech was that.

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"france uk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"france uk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of us policy towards iran but it was you know it was one of my colleagues said it was everything they've said you know turned up to eleven on the volume there were you know it was very it was very strident it was very clear and harsh and they didn't give a lot of room for negotiation basically mike pompeo laid out twelve basic requirements he said that iran has to meet if it wants us sanctions to be rescinded and it you know it touches on every part of the world where iran has interests or undertakes any kind of political or military action so we're talking about the war in yemen we're talking about the war in syria we're talking about hezbollah and in lebanon and we're talking about the nuclear program among other things but bombay oh was actually asked at one point very directly you know how will you work with european allies to ensure that their companies don't fall afoul of these sanctions and tom peyot didn't really give much ground on that he said countries will have to make decision that they're going to have less economic activity with iran and that's you know that's that's basically saying even to close us allies like france uk and germany if you're doing business there you should get out of that business and we're not going to we're not going to give you guys any cover just because you're a friends that sounds like setting the table for problems with all of europe am i overstating it could be you know it's a very trumpian approach it's you know we it's a maximalist like we will state our position out to the extreme and we're not going to give any ground and then as we see with china for instance on tariffs well maybe you start to give a little bit of ground you know as you get closer but you'd certainly don't you certainly don't negotiate with yourself so that could be the position but if if they're not gonna show any flexibility when when these sanctions are are looming in in you know i think it's seventy eighty days from now i think it will i think it will be a big deal with europe when they start seeing their own company sanctioned but you know one interesting thing about this speech was.

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"france uk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"france uk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A start with secretary pump pao's speech we did hear a snippet just a few minutes ago wanna get your thoughts on his performance you know it was interesting there were a lot of things mike pompeo's have first real policy speeches secretary of state he didn't really come out with a lot of new aspects of us policy towards iran but it was you know it was one of my colleagues said it was everything they've said turned up to eleven on the volume there were you know it was very it was very strident it was very clear and harsh and you know they didn't give a lot of room for negotiation basically mike pompeo laid out twelve basic requirements he said that iran has to meet if it wants us sanctions to be rescinded and it you know it touches on every part of the world where iran has interests or undertakes any kind of political or military action so we're talking about the war in yemen we're talking about the war in syria we're talking about hezbollah and in lebanon and we're talking about the nuclear program among other things but bombayo was actually asked at one point very directly you know how will you you know work with european allies to ensure that their companies don't fall foul of the sanctions and peyot didn't really give much ground on that he said countries will have to make a decision that they're going to have less economic activity with iran and that's you know that's that's basically saying even to close us allies like france uk and germany if you're doing business there you should get out of that business and we're not going to we're not going to give you guys any cover just because you're a friends that sounds like setting the table for problems with all of europe am i overstating that could be you know it's a very trumpian approach it's you know we it's a maximalist like we will state our position out to the extreme and we're not going to give any ground and then as we see with china for instance on tariffs well leaving you start to give a little bit of ground you know as you.

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"france uk" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"france uk" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Said the second thing that they said it was the eu leaders specifically france uk and germany should continue buying iranian crude oil and this is important for the iranian economy beanie and the third thing that they stressed was not the they asked european leaders not intervene worse the iran's iran's non nuclear weapons programs or activities basically involves conflict in the middle east as we know that iran is heavily involved in a series of conflict as well as yemen and it creates huge problem basically from both in the european side from israeli side and from the united states side there's also some suggestion from iran they want europe to protect it from those sanctions which the us said it's going to impose rampup chem europe actually do that yes but are to their two things i guess one thing is political will right whether european leaders will act as in harmony and put the political world on the already know for instance poland stated that they will be in line with the european understanding but because of the security concerns that they have they're still in line with with trump's approach so there are some states that probably be just staying in the middle not following the root the core stays what we heard just like i think this today morning that merckel stated that they are going to stay in worth the deal and china is going to follow germany as wall what we haven't heard of yet is from uk and france basically china is an interesting case because the iranian oil if you look at the expert rates china is the biggest of buyer of the iran.

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"france uk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"france uk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"China's participation in north korea it's hard to to really have anything stringent or restrictive bell you've been a little busy today let's talk about mike pompeo's speech on iran what were what was your big takeaway you know it was interesting there were a lot of things mike pompeo's his first real policy speeches secretary of state he didn't really come out with a lot of new aspects of us policy towards iran but it was one of my colleagues said it was everything they've said you know turned up to eleven on the volume there were you know it was very it was very strident it was very clear and harsh and you know they didn't give a lot of room for negotiation basically mike pompeo laid out twelve basic requirements he said that iran has to meet if it wants us sanctions to be rescinded and it you know it touches on every part of the world where iran has interests or you know undertakes any kind of political or military action so we're talking about the war in yemen we're talking about the war in syria we're talking about hezbollah and in lebanon and we're talking about the nuclear program among other things but bump peyot was actually asked at one point very directly you know how will you work with european allies to ensure that their companies don't fall afoul of these sanctions and pompeo didn't really give much ground on that countries that want to continue doing business with iran or countries that don't abide by these sanctions not restating this right country will have to make a decision that they're going to have less economic activity with iran and that's you know that's that's basically saying even to close us allies like france uk and germany if you're doing business there you should get out of that business and we're not going to we're not going to give you guys any cover just because your friends that sounds like setting the table for problems with all of europe am i overstating that it could be you know it's a very trumpian approach it's you know we it's a maximalist like we will state our position out to the extreme and we're not going to give any ground and then as we see with china for instance on tariffs well maybe you start to give a little bit of ground you know as you.

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"france uk" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"france uk" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Jerusalem captured by israel in the nineteen sixty seven mid east warwick this means to everyone in the region according to international law druce lem according to the nineteen forty eight partition plan that the un voted was supposed to be a demilitarized international zone that neither israelis palestinians controlled that didn't happen the city was split and then in sixty seven israel occupied the eastern part which had been partner jordan virtually everybody in the world recognizes east jerusalem has an occupied territory west jerusalem is widely recognized as the legitimate part of israel because they're still hopes for negotiating a two state solution and a divided israel capital of each state us allies france uk other countries in the region have opposed this move of the american embassy to jerusalem and reminders to these protests today we're an escalation of protests that have been going on since march attempting to break this decade long isreaeli agip shin blockade was imposed after the palestinian group hamas seized control of gaza in two thousand seven sixty protesters have been killed since march in these ongoing protests what are they protesting there mostly defenseless unarmed civilians protesting vigorously show knowing that they have a right to return to israel or to have a negotiation with israel that leads to a twostate solution and the situation in gaza is intolerable several million people in gaza about eighty five percent of them depend on the un for food the water and gazza has virtually all unusable there's the blockade which is predominantly put by israel the egyptians play a certain role but the difference opened the border now and then for people to get out and it's a symbol of the continuing reality of the core issue which is palestinians that were driven out of israel in.

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"france uk" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"france uk" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Very quickly and comprehensively and that could be an issue well it will be an issue with our european partners are closest allies who say shortly after the president made his announcement you saw the leaders of france uk and germany all said we're staying in the deal we still think the deal is working we still think the deal applies so so where do the iranians sean turner go from here used to work for the director of national intelligence during the obama administration are they going to stay in the deal with the europeans the russians or the chinese or or abandoned an restart some sort of nuclear program y'all well wolf this news out of the state department is really key because there was a significant question as to whether or not there would be time for the iranians for european partners to actually have a conversation about whether or not there was something that could be done to to save the deal but at this point now that we have a time line that we know that the administration is looking to move extremely fast in order to implement these sanctions there's a lot less incentive for the iranians to stay in the deal i think that that if they do pull out of the deal flip munchies like russia and china you know they've got it they got some major considerations here you know they've bates and economic they've got some economic ties to iran that they're going to be very reluctant to to break i think it's really key here that the president is willing to impose sanctions on european countries that that may break this deal one of the things that we know about china is that china may actually have the ability to absorb sanctions from the united states while at the same time maintaining some of the economic relationship that they have with iran so there are a lot of unknowns here but the fact that they're moving quickly means that iran does not have a lot of incentive to stick around you know it's interesting gloria during the campaign president trump always said i'm going to get out of the iran nuclear deal the worst deal ever it's awful i hate it but it's taken a long time for him to do it it waited until today along time he's got a new national security team in place how much of a factor was i think.

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"france uk" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"france uk" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Stay away from me no no no amy schneiderman may have wanted to invest i look and we can have a lot of theories here steinemann may have wanted to investigate cuomo and whoa wild is the retail told me coming in you know if this is a republican we wouldn't do the story today i didn't say that a man in the mask eric schneiderman alright also in the big three president trump to announce his decision on the iran treaty at two o'clock today pull out of it how would you have an announcement if not pulling out i mean i'm i'm mixed on this i mean the treaty is flawed because in eight years the iranians can go back to enriching uranium the sanctions are not in place now and also this treaty does not address all the stuff iran is doing in the middle east with hezbollah terrorist acts going after israel it leaves all of that stuff off the table but on the other hand the inspections do show that the iranians have pulled back from their nuclear program i'm just curious what it means for all the other countries because this wasn't a us iran deal which has been you know postured by a lot of people there are a lot of there were six countries the the european union's involve germany france uk china russia so i wanna know what this does for all the just doesn't mean the deals over if the us pulls out i don't think i'd like you know stuff i want to learn about well even england deployed boris johnson and fox and friends to residents what on fox and friends.

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"france uk" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"france uk" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"That we hadn't seen since the invasion of iraq i mean the the rift between the united states france uk germany and the u who are all party to this deal as well it risks being as severe as anything we've seen since two thousand three run up to the iraq war frustrates the point of it's it's sort of hard to articulate my feelings in a reasonable way about this what do you think happens next you know it'll play out over some time the iranians could try to work within the processes set up by the jc p way to say that the us violated the deal they could go to the un there any number of things that the iranians could do to try to claim the high ground here blame us then there's the question of is trump gonna impose the sanctions and if he does does that mean as we discuss it he's gonna try to impose sanctions on european entities that will have to play out so there will be a messy you know a few months here but the problem tommy is that they keep making these announcements as if they're not you know long term consequences the long term consequence here is if as that plays out iran starts resuming some of its nuclear activity and the deal falls apart then we could be faced with unconstrained iranian nuclear program that could lead to a point where they're indians or once again approaching the ability to produce enough nuclear material for weapon and we have to decide do we start a war with iran to stop them from getting that nuclear weapon that's one very real possible consequence but there are other consequences this consistent trashing of international agreements at the us party to like the paris agreement like tpp like the iran deal is undermining american credibility in all of our efforts to try to achieve any other international agreements if you're sitting across the table from the united states now you're thinking this is a country that doesn't honor its agreements that will be a backdrop to the north korean negotiations but also tending number of other negotiations is going to undermine our standing in the world we look like the outlier here the rest of the world supports this deal certainly the major powers negotiated russia china and the european.

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"france uk" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"france uk" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"The time to do it our lines are open so the world back in january the world was growing at a very unique kind of synchronization and we look like we were seeing a very synchronize growth now the international monetary organization put out some of the facts and i'm just gonna say they are some of the facts don't hang my hat on everything by any stretch of the imagination the imf puts out i'm not a fan but when they're just putting out the facts i'm okay with it so the international monetary fund i'm going back to january now it was sometime in the middle of january they say that they believe that the world's seven biggest economies which would be the us china germany i guess france uk and india so the seven largest economies all were expected to grow all did grow i'm sorry one point seven percent for the for the year that is very uncommon but look it's very very good and i'm and i'm going to tell you the going into january of two thousand eighteen this was very much on my mind is always thinking about global economy and could it be that we are seeing real synchronization of global growth that's what we really need for long lasting and continued growth in the economy so that is changed a little bit i don't know what it i mean from a standpoint that they were looking at this as a prospect of two thousand eighteen being extremely good well we are seeing germany france some other areas around the globe eurozone banking is picking up we are seeing european stocks we're seeing some mergers they're the primary merger in european stocks is sans berry maybe being bought out by walmart walmart spending a lot of money two by brick and mortar i guess i don't totally question that because i guess it makes it easier to change that brick and mortar to more of.

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"france uk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"france uk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Missile up there he pointed on the roof we asked him to take us to where the missile allegedly hidden he took us up here in pointed there where we found a missile neatly resting syria insists there was no chemical attack while the us france uk blame syria since those coalition airstrikes but shot l assads government has tried to show it was unaffected today highlighting their military gains this is exactly what the syrian government wants us to see syrian forces here in doom up and back in control rebels hit run this damascus suburb since twenty twelve in the intense campaign to read capture it started in february with russia's help this was apparently a bomb making factory for rebels here in the hearth of duma you can see the makings of fins for mortars mortars over here take a look down here you see this been it appears to be homemade grenades the human toll of the fighting was evident in the main square this afternoon hundreds of thousands of civilians have been living here many without food for months you can see the desperation here just for some bread we asked this mother of five why she didn't leave the fighting had been so bad tried more than once she told us that the rebels wouldn't let us go nine days have already passed since that suspected chemical attack and if weapons experts do make it to that building they'll find a scene that could have been tampered with and jeff eyewitness accounts that can be confusing and contradictory extraordinary reporting inside syria tonight sir thank you to you.

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"france uk" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"france uk" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Missile up there he pointed on the roof we asked him to take us to where the missile allegedly hidden he took us up here and pointed there where we found a missile neatly resting syria insists there was no chemical attack while the us france uk blame syria since those coalition airstrikes but shot l assads government has tried to show it was unaffected today highlighting their military gains this is exactly what the syrian government wants us to see syrian forces here in doom up and back in control rebels had run this damascus suburb since twenty twelve in the intense campaign to recapture it started in february with russia's help this was a a bomb making factory for rebels here in the heart of doom you can see the kings of fins for mortars mortars over here and take a look down here you see this been it appears to be homemade grenades the human toll of the fighting was evident in the main square this afternoon hundreds of thousands of civilians have been living here many without food for a month you can see the desperation here just for some bread we asked this mother of five why she didn't leave if the fighting had been so bad you tried more than glenn she told us but the rebels wouldn't let us go nine days have already passed since that suspected chemical attack and if weapons experts do make it to that building they'll find a scene that could have been tampered with and jeff i witness accounts that can be confusing and contradictory extraordinary reporting inside syria tonight seth thank you to you the president today blasted james komi man he fired as fbi director tweeting that komi is a liar who committed many crimes this after komi plugging his new book on abc took aim at mr trump strikes me as a person of above average intelligence tracking conversations and knows what's going on i don't think he's medically unfit to be president reminder you can see.

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"france uk" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"france uk" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Member fdic yeah special report strikes on syria the us along with assurance from france and the united kingdom launched a response to syria suspected use of chemical weapons on its citizens president trump recalled how following the horrors of world war one civilized nations joined to ban chemical warfare chemical weapons are uniquely dangerous not only because they inflict gruesome suffering but because even small amounts can unleash widespread devastation correspondent cristiana on poor has more on the coordinated strikes as explosions could be heard in damascus prime minister theresa may who is in that coalition whose released a statement this evening i've authorized british armed forces to conduct coordinated and targeted strikes to degrade the syrian regimes chemical weapons capabilities and to deter them from future strikes trump says the us does not seek an indefinite presence in syria and looks to the day we can bring our warriors home i'm barbara kusak the pentagon is holding a briefing at this hour on the us strikes in syria correspondent jim shooter reports the turn of events today is a significant turnabout from less than two weeks ago on president trump talked up pulling out of syria the military commitment in two weeks going from we are walking away we're gonna leave it to local partners allies let them do their share to committing himself and his administration and the us military to a sustained military commitment the personal lawyer for the president michael cohen has been told to appear in court monday for arguments over the government's raid on his new york city home and office cohen is under investigation for criminal conduct peru's president opened the summit of the americas by decrying the scourge of corruption in latin america as president mike pence is in attendance after the president decided earlier to pull out as he handles the syria situation i'm barbara kusak if you run a small business you know there's nothing small about it dell's small business technology advisers are here to help with solutions tailored to your business get the.

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European allies France, UK, join Trump against Syria

The Bill Press Show

02:20 min | 2 years ago

European allies France, UK, join Trump against Syria

"Member fdic yeah special report strikes on syria the us along with assurance from france and the united kingdom launched a response to syria suspected use of chemical weapons on its citizens president trump recalled how following the horrors of world war one civilized nations joined to ban chemical warfare chemical weapons are uniquely dangerous not only because they inflict gruesome suffering but because even small amounts can unleash widespread devastation correspondent cristiana on poor has more on the coordinated strikes as explosions could be heard in damascus prime minister theresa may who is in that coalition whose released a statement this evening i've authorized british armed forces to conduct coordinated and targeted strikes to degrade the syrian regimes chemical weapons capabilities and to deter them from future strikes trump says the us does not seek an indefinite presence in syria and looks to the day we can bring our warriors home i'm barbara kusak the pentagon is holding a briefing at this hour on the us strikes in syria correspondent jim shooter reports the turn of events today is a significant turnabout from less than two weeks ago on president trump talked up pulling out of syria the military commitment in two weeks going from we are walking away we're gonna leave it to local partners allies let them do their share to committing himself and his administration and the us military to a sustained military commitment the personal lawyer for the president michael cohen has been told to appear in court monday for arguments over the government's raid on his new york city home and office cohen is under investigation for criminal conduct peru's president opened the summit of the americas by decrying the scourge of corruption in latin america as president mike pence is in attendance after the president decided earlier to pull out as he handles the syria situation i'm barbara kusak if you run a small business you know there's nothing small about it dell's small business technology advisers are here to help with solutions tailored to your business get the.

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"france uk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"france uk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Most bias people these people have the biggest conflicts of interest i've ever seen democrats all just about all either democrats are a couple of republicans at worked for president obama says it's an attack on our country in a sense says it was a terrible mistake for attorney general sessions to recuse himself said he will deal with that later the president's attorneys attorney says mr cohn has cooperated completely with all the government entities north korea mr trump has told the cabinet today that a meeting with kim jong un of north korea will take place in late may or june he says it should have been done by former administrations the white house is saying russia's betrayed its obligations to assure chemical weapons used aren't in syria russia has betrayed its obligations to guarantee the end of the syrian regimes chemical weapons program the president and his national security team are consulting closely with allies amp partners to determine the appropriate response un security council is talking about this today russia's saying that france uk us making those charges with justification but says it may cooperate with an investigation facebook ceo mark zuckerberg on capitol hill today ahead of testimony tomorrow he's met with senator bill nelson the tech jobs told places somebody telling you that they're going to protect so does that mean law yes does that mean regulation.

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