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2020 iPhone Shock As Nine ‘All-New’ Apple iPhones Revealed

Mac OS Ken

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

2020 iPhone Shock As Nine ‘All-New’ Apple iPhones Revealed

"So I guess I phone production is on track. macrumors says apple has registered a new MAC and nine unreleased e phones with the Eurasian Economic Commission. Spoilers, M. I write. Legally required spoilers though. Is explains that filings with the e C. Are Required by law for any encrypted devices sold in Armenia. Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kirghistan and Russia. The world is unlikely to hear anything about the unreleased iphones anytime soon. The Mac though we couldn't hear about that week after next with rumor and speculation, pointing to a new AMAC announcement during WW D. C..

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Exporting Authoritarianism

Why It Matters

05:19 min | 2 months ago

Exporting Authoritarianism

"I will relate that interesting story. The president of Kazakhstan actually visited a company called hike. Vision is another one that provides surveillance technology visit their office in China and he saw how with one. Click on a person's face. You could get that person's school history work history financial situation. Wow and wait for it. How did this person spend his or her leisure time? So where did this person go to have fun? Did you go to the movies? Did you stop by the bank to go to the post office where you hang out with friends? Did you participate in a protest and his reaction after seeing all of this was we need this technology. That's not where I thought the story was going. This is probably not the first time you're hearing about China's surveillance technology and that's because it gets a lot of coverage it's like a Black Mirror episode. It gives us visions of a dystopia in future but this technology and the eagerness of some countries to begin implementing. It is only a small part of a much bigger story about China through its belt and road initiative China's in the process of building and funding infrastructure projects across the globe and loaning vast sums of money in the developing world. Some observers argued that as it does this. China is also exporting its authoritarian model of government and eroding democratic norms. That many of us take for granted others say that China is simply taking business opportunities where it sees them and providing countries with an alternative to a global order that has gone unchallenged for decades. The debate comes down to one question. How will we choose to view China as they pour money into hospitals ports and roads around the World I'm Gabrielle? Sierra and this is why it matters today is China exporting authoritarianism. I think the most important thing to understand about China's foreign policy over the past ten years or so is that it really has been transformed. This is Elizabeth Economy. She's a senior fellow and director for Asia. Studies here at the council. She's also a distinguished visiting fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution beginning in about two thousand and eight with global financial crisis China's hosting the Olympics. These are really moments that defined in the minds of many Chinese leaders that China was rising. Chinese have many goals for these Olympics. One of them was to announce to the world. The China is back after two hundred years. China's economy has grown faster than that of any other major country. The Asian giant has now grown into one of the most important export markets for manufacturers from all over. The world is a period of historic change in China. There haven't been many periods in history as fascinating as this so there was a real sense within China for the first time that they had always expected that at some point China was going to surpass the United States but maybe that time was coming sooner than they anticipated. But what really has changed the game on the ground has been Xi Jinping everything for Xi Jinping is under the mantra of the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation and it is a call for reclaiming a much greater degree of centrality for China on the global stage. Xi Jinping became China's president in two thousand thirteen some observers have called him the most powerful Chinese leader since Mao Zedong. Look I think there are any number of objectives and we can find them all and Xi Jinping's writings and speeches but fundamentally what I think. Xi Jinping attempting to do is simply to make the world safer authoritarianism. Teaching is a dictator but dictators. Still have to answer to domestic constituents. This is Jessica. Chance Weiss associate professor of government at Cornell and a leading expert on Chinese politics. She has a different take on China's expansion. One that sees it as being less offensive and more defensive. China's concerned about a whole lot of different risks. Some of them domestic others ones. That emanate from abroad sparks. That might start the prairie fire and bring down the Chinese government and might take units overriding purpose is to continue to make the world safe for the Chinese Communist Party to strive at home. So this is a world that safe for autocracy to coexist alongside democracy in the international space. So it's not been as ideological I think and it's foreign policy is some admitted. It out to be so. China is trying to find a way to sort of fit in with a world. That might not be comfortable with its model of government tried to make space for its form of government to be regarded as one that can continue to exist that is legitimate than democracy isn't the only form of government so to speak and so this has made it easier for other authoritarian states to survive

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Could We Be Entering an Era of Commercialized Space Exploration?

BrainStuff

05:16 min | 3 months ago

Could We Be Entering an Era of Commercialized Space Exploration?

"I S A great deal to Nasr's defunct Space Shuttle Program Green Lit by then president Richard M Nixon in nineteen seventy two. This initiative gave the world its first reusable spacecraft from nineteen eighty one to two thousand eleven NASA astronauts into orbit on American made shuttles. These were often used to transport portions of the ISS during its construction on July Twenty first twenty eleven. The space shuttle. Eric came to an end. As the Atlanta's orbiter returned from its final mission with the program just continued. I S bound astronauts grew dependent on Russian Soyuz rockets. Then the law of Supply and demand took over for nearly a decade. No other rockets were capable of sending people to the ISS. All astronauts bound for that station had to be launched out of Kazakhstan Baikonour cosmodrome which is spaceport least to the Russian government and by April of two thousand twenty. The Russians were charging eighty six million dollars to include foreign astronauts in their Soyuz missions. Another Soyuz rocket launch is scheduled for October. And Breitenstein says NASA is currently negotiations to book a seat. Nevertheless it's hoped that the SPACEX x crew dragon will end the spaceflight monopoly. Rydin Stein explained. We want the russian-american relationship in space exploration to remain strong. We see a day. When Russian cosmonauts can launch on American rockets American astronauts can launch on Russian rockets by now space x the International Space Station? Have a fair bit of history. Using unmanned crafts the company has delivered supplies to the orbiting laboratory since two thousand twelve. The crew dragon aced dress rehearsal and March of two thousand nineteen when it left. Merritt island on the nose of a spacex Falcon nine rocket and autonomously docked with the International Space Station. Five days after its departure the crew track and returned to Earth splashing down in the Atlantic Ocean. Some one hundred and forty three miles or two hundred thirty kilometers a Florida's eastern coastline. But that trip only passengers were in earth shaped plush toy and a dummy named Ripley AB- named after Sigourney Weaver's character Ellen Ripley from the alien movie franchise a flight later. This month will be the first time that live. Astronauts will be on board space x crew mission director. Benjamin Reed said at the May First Conference Dragon will be fully autonomous. Expectation is that can carry the crew safely to the station and bring them home without direct intervention even so hurley and Bankin are set to take control for a short period before the crew dragon. Docs they'll be able to guide the vessel using touch screens or physical switches. Both options are available for certain portions of the journey while aboard cruise expected to test out such components as the maneuvering thrusters and in my own. Mental Control System. And then there's the spacesuits one piece outfits designed by SPACEX to supply the astronauts with oxygen provide the appropriate temperature and maintain pressure spacesuits plug into the crew dragons chairs when their wares. Sit down read. Said suits also have an integrated communication system so that the crew can communicate through their helmets. Neither Bank nor Hurley are strangers to low earth orbit. Lincoln's logged more than seven hundred eight hours in space and Hurley a member of NASA's last shuttle era crew back in two thousand eleven but every mission presents its own unique challenges like the rest of the world NASA space x and these two astronauts had to make adjustments during the krona virus taking extra precautions. So what does that mean? Both SPACEX and NASA have implemented social distancing protocols like keeping work desk six feet or two meters apart at their respective control rooms. Meanwhile the cruise getting a wide. Berth contact with them by any other team. Members has been minimized and many training sessions have been done. Virtually and the safety of is S. crew the astronauts will observe a preflight quarantine for May sixteenth until the launch on May twenty seventh. Right now. There are three space fares two Americans and a Russian living and working aboard the International Space Station. The length of Benjamin's and Harley stay at the facility will be determined at a later date it could last anywhere from five to thirty days when the time to head home arrives the crew tracking should undock Disley and deliver. Its human charges to Florida by way of the Atlantic. There's a long proud tradition of civilians gathering near the Kennedy Space Center to witness rocket launches. Unfortunately NASA is discouraging people from following suit this time lest they spread or contract Cova nineteen. But you can tune in and watch launch online for just the fifth time in history NASA astronauts will be test flying a new type of spacecraft should bankin an early complete their mission objectives. We may yet see a golden age of space tourism and innovation with private industry taking on development roles long adopted by governments Breitenstein. Said this really is the next major step. In commercializing low earth orbit and having a really vital low earth orbit economy in which NASA is one of many customers.

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Russian cargo ship docks with space station

Kim Komando

00:22 sec | 3 months ago

Russian cargo ship docks with space station

"The international space station receiving a fresh shipment of supplies lift off of the seventy fifth progress resupply ship on a fast track to orbit flight to the international space station rocketing off the pad in Kazakhstan aboard a Russian Soyuz rocket the robotic progress seventy five cargo ship docked with the international space station

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Russian cargo ship delivers 2.8 tons of supplies to space station

Glenn Beck

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Russian cargo ship delivers 2.8 tons of supplies to space station

"The international space station receiving a fresh shipment of supplies lift off of the seventy fifth progress resupply ship on a fast track to orbit flight to the international space station walking off the pad in Kazakhstan aboard a Russian Soyuz rocket the robotic progress seventy five cargo ship docked with the international space station early Saturday morning the capsule arriving with nearly three tons of food fuel and other supplies for the three man crew which includes NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy from Salem Massachusetts the expendable cargo ship will remain docked at the station for more than seven

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Russian cargo ship docks with space station

Kim Komando

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Russian cargo ship docks with space station

"The international space station receiving a fresh shipment of supplies lift off of the seventy fifth progress resupply ship on a fast track to orbit flight to the international space station rocketing off the pad in Kazakhstan aboard a Russian Soyuz rocket the robotic progress seventy five cargo ship docked with the international space station early Saturday morning the council arriving with nearly three tons of food fuel and other supplies for the three man crew which includes NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy from Salem Massachusetts the expendable cargo ship will remain docked at the station for more than seven

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ISS crew lands in Kazakhstan after more than 200 days

Garret Lewis

00:25 sec | 4 months ago

ISS crew lands in Kazakhstan after more than 200 days

"Decker two Americans and a Russian or back near national space station splashing down in Kazakhstan this morning efforts to ensure the returning crew doesn't instantly contract corona virus are in full enactments the recovery team on the ground were held in close observation for a month before today's landing and had to pass corona virus testing one of the Americans Andrew Morgan spent more than two hundred seventy days in space completing seven

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International Space Station crew lands safely in Kazakhstan after more than 200 days in space

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:24 sec | 4 months ago

International Space Station crew lands safely in Kazakhstan after more than 200 days in space

"To American astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut her back on her and now out of the capsule NASA astronaut Jessica Meir having returned from two hundred and five days in space her first mission aboard the international space station and her crew mate Andrew Morgan was there for two hundred seventy two days they're landing in Kazakhstan early this morning came on the fiftieth anniversary of Apollo thirteen safe return from its aborted moon

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Space station crew returns to world changed by coronavirus

BBC World Service

00:14 sec | 4 months ago

Space station crew returns to world changed by coronavirus

"Three astronauts have returned from the international space station to a world transformed ballot by the pandemic while they've been away two Americans and a Russian landed in Kazakhstan video showed the crew members being helped at the landing site by team and face masks

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Space station crew returns to world changed by coronavirus

BBC World Service

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Space station crew returns to world changed by coronavirus

"Now imagine pressing pulls on earth for nine months and then returning to what it's dealing with now well that's what happens to a space crew of three who returned a few hours ago from the international space station no strangers to isolation the Russian Oleg Skripochka and Jessica Maher and untrue Morgan from the U. S. left our planet long before talk of a pandemic here's the NASA common tree of the crew landing safely in Kazakhstan which has declared a state of emergency because of the crown of

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International Space Station gets three new crew members. Here’s why that matters

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

International Space Station gets three new crew members. Here’s why that matters

"Three astronauts came a Knockin at the international space station today a Russian Soyuz spacecraft carrying NASA's Chris Cassidy in two cosmonauts arrived there after launching from Kazakhstan CBS news space analyst bill Harwood there's a little bit unusual because it didn't have any of the fanfare we normally expect with a Russian watch coronavirus travel restrictions prevented friends and family members from attending the launch itself went off without a hitch and the crew reached orbit safely about eight minutes and forty five seconds after liftoff the new space station crew will replace two Americans and a Russian who were scheduled to return to earth next

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The US Hitches Its Final Ride to Space From Russia—for Now

Ben Shapiro

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

The US Hitches Its Final Ride to Space From Russia—for Now

"Three astronauts came a Knockin at the international space station today a Russian Soyuz spacecraft during NASA's Chris Cassidy in two cosmonauts arrived there after launching from Kazakhstan CBS news space analyst bill Harwood is a little bit unusual because it didn't have any of the fanfare we normally expect with a Russian watch coronavirus travel restrictions prevented friends and family members from attending the launch itself went off without a hitch and the crew reached orbit safely about eight minutes and forty five seconds after

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Soyuz rocket with crew of 3 launched to space station

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:22 sec | 4 months ago

Soyuz rocket with crew of 3 launched to space station

"A Russian rocket carrying two cosmonauts and a NASA astronaut blasted off from Kazakhstan earlier today the launch took place without any of the usual fanfare nonessential personnel were barred from observing during take off because the coronavirus restrictions so use rocket used in today's mission to the international space station is the first piloted flight for the upgraded

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Crew readies for space launch amid coronavirus restrictions

Atlanta's Morning News

00:22 sec | 4 months ago

Crew readies for space launch amid coronavirus restrictions

"Emails early this morning in Kazakhstan and lift off Cassie gave an easement on their way to the international space station as so use carries U. S. astronaut Chris Cassidy in two cosmonauts to the space station I've been in quarantine for weeks to make sure they're not infected with covert nineteen they plan to spend the next six months on board coronavirus restrictions keep family and media from the

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A U.S.-Russian space crew has blasted off to the International Space Station

Orlando's Morning News

00:20 sec | 4 months ago

A U.S.-Russian space crew has blasted off to the International Space Station

"While you slept the U. S. a Russian spacecraft blasted off to the international space station following a tight quarantine NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy into Russians lifted off as scheduled the Russian operated because of a dog drome in Kazakhstan Russian space officials took extra precautions to protect the crew during pre flight operations as the virus spread around

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An Interview with 'Clinton Cash' Author Peter Schweizer

America's Truckin' Network

11:41 min | 5 months ago

An Interview with 'Clinton Cash' Author Peter Schweizer

"Show and Peter how are you I'm great bill great to be with you now let's talk about the the book and I would note that down whenever I Google you and it comes up saying the controversial author of the massive cellar Clinton cash your controversial step back from this I look at that I look at Republicans bush forty one knew bush forty three left office know monetization one on Reagan left office he went to his ranch and now trump is actually cost them money in office what is it and the progressive mindset and this is in the mindset of libertarians are conservatives or moderates the progressive mindset says we got to monetize we got to make serious money what is there in the mindset that causes out to transpire well I think in the progressive mindset if you serve in government you're you're engaged and angelic behavior I mean you're you're you're not being selfish and greedy like people in the private sector and with that comes a sense of entitlement so in a sense that that that that you're deserving of data center you see this I mean you know we we broke the story on Joe Biden hunter Biden you know the million dollar your sweetheart deal hunter got from Ukrainians literally three weeks after Joe Biden his father as vice president is appointed point person on Ukraine policy Joe Biden says oh it looks bad but there's nothing wrong with it why because in Joe Biden's mind he is serve the public I'll put that in quotation marks since nineteen seventy two and his family deserves it so the idea is I'm I'm getting things for you it's time for me to monetize my fame and fortune thanks to that character the amazing thing to me is there sits in the oval office Barack Hussein Obama he sends Joe Biden to be in charge of Ukraine quickly his son starts making three million dollars over three years about eighty thousand a month and and and Joe Biden's mine and bomb is mine it wasn't appropriate for Joe Biden is ceda hunter hunter who's got it a sordid past you can't do that when I'm over here to get rid of corruption in Ukraine one hundred did was participate in it why didn't Obama stop yeah you didn't stop it because either he didn't care or you didn't have a full picture and I think it's just that he didn't care and what they keep saying that you people don't understand about the binds it's it's not just hunter and it's not just you crane hunter ran a veritable United Nations of corruption he did deals in China he deals in Kazakhstan deals an area he had no expertise no background any took in the money and we know that because we have the bank records related to a a corruption case involving hunter by his business partner but even more than that bill you have what I call the Biden fives and I talk about this in the book the Biden chapter seventy pages long five members of the Biden family only one of those being hunter cashed in while he was vice president you got his brother James whose father Frank his sister Valerie and his daughter Ashley's husband they all cashed in on sweetheart deals while Joe was vice president if systematic corruption when you're talking about the blinds about two weeks ago headline FBI recently rates business connected to James Biden Joe Biden's brother F. B. I. sounds like more trouble the company in question americorps holdings acquires and manages real hospitals declared bankruptcy in December now the F. B. I.'s raiding the home of the CEO of the company grand white and also others that that doesn't seem to be any interest by the FBI or by others to go after the Clintons the binds the Obamas what is their structurally in the mind of the F. B. I. I'm not talking the ninety nine percent I mean the one percent at the main base and justice the art of Robert F. Kennedy building what is there in their mind that we look for reasons to exonerate the Democrats but we look for reasons to implicate the Republicans what is what I think a lot of a bill has to do with what I call the permanent political class I mean Joe Biden is is you know he's older now but he's basically been a permanent fixture in Washington for forty years a guy like Donald Trump is going to calm I don't don trump's gonna stay in Washington DC when he leaves the White House he's gonna leave so there's a club atmosphere is by bipartisan it's the permanent political class and the reason that you don't have some Republicans warning to investigate Joe Biden is either their family is involved in some level of similar activity order hoping to at some point so this kind of the unwritten rule that we don't go after a prominent political figures and that's the reason we need to be shouting this from the rooftops we need to exposing it because here's the thing voters care about this stuff it's the reason I'm convinced that trump won in twenty sixteen and even though I think Bernie's ideas are are completely wrong for the country what's fueling his candidacy is the same anger at the corrupt establishment in Washington DC if if something universal on both sides of the aisle let's talk about your work on Bernie Sanders until your research about the hundreds of tens of millions of dollars to a mysterious company linked to his wife many thought he was a socialist who wants a revolution let's face it is a communist he wants the by violent means overthrow the United States government which is the definition of a revolution he wants fundamental change he wants the U. S. government to seize the assets of hospitals oil companies pharmaceuticals and so one would think that a guy like that is not really concerned about money he's a Ben and Jerry kind of a guy but in reality what did you find about how Bernie Sanders monetize socialism for his benefit but not ours you mentioned you know that that that sort of this is is a you know communist leanings I mean it's like the old Brezhnev stays in the Soviet Union you had them talking about world while pollution in the proletariat but they all had five deals in corrupt deals live like kings and Bernice case you know he's worth millions of dollars some of that came from writing books he's actually written more books and he's actually introduced pieces of legislation that if passed but a lot of people don't realize it more than half a million dollars of his own campaign funds have gone to buying his own book but the bigger the bigger issue bill is this this this dirty little secret about washing call media buying and and Bernie Sanders's latched on to this yeah if you were running for the Senate in the state of Ohio and you said Peter I want you to do my media buys by my TV and radio I get a commission of C. off of that it could be anywhere from ten to fifteen percent goes to the media buyer in the beauty of it is that doesn't show up anywhere in Federal Election Commission records you don't know who the media buyers well here's what Bernie did she saw this and what did he do when he started running for Congress left of the Senate he put his wife in charge of the media by which means she's got the commission even though she had no background in advertising and media buying any of this stuff so we know that she and Bernie we received hundreds of thousands of dollars by doing that and the great mystery comes to the twenty sixteen election will Bernice dropped eighty three million dollars on media buys so that means the commission somewhere between eight million and twelve million dollars where did it go well it went through a company called old town media old town media did not have a website did not have other clients it was registered to a home in the coldest sack in suburban Virginia all in the two owners of old town media were long time friends of James Sanders yeah he was after she heard Jane was asked about this by a progressive reporter in twenty sixteen what do you know about old town media do you have any connection to old town media and are you involved in this in any way and according to the professor reporter Jane Sanders just hung up the phone room of what happened to the twelve million dollars who got the media commission on that we just don't know what it's million ends is a little bit of money he monetizes the campaign so those are contribute to thirty six dollars each to the to the Sanders campaign have got to understand that goes into a pot and out of the pot comes all the media buys and that's how the Sanders family gets paid yeah and then the other thing that I think people need to know is that you know Bernie Sanders has been very clear cut in people calling the left kind of you Mister John the Baptist progressive movement why he's out of eating locusts and honey well you know he's worth millions of dollars he actually has an investment portfolio and when you look at his investment portfolio I hate to break this to you bill I know this is going to shock you he's not invested in like renewable energy companies he's not invested in you know some organic farm I mean he's invested in fortune five hundred stock that's where his investment portfolio is it's not a socially responsible investment fund that's where his investments are in when you set up you know we bought his third home the vacation home they set it up in the trust precisely to avoid paying some taxes so you know Bernie Sanders is not John the Baptist use is is more like a qualified king Herod at least in the way that is that he handles his investments in his own money let's move on to Lizabeth Warren she is picturing yourself as a every woman she knows exactly how you live your life she spent time a course in Oklahoma and then and she monetized her so called Indian heritage and I probably have more Indian blood to me than she does she use all along but you have great reporting on how she a really bad millions of dollars from corporations even though she rants and raves against corporate America how to Elizabeth Warren maker money our records network is around twelve million dollars they pay well at Harvard Law School they don't pay that well so the question becomes how did you make that money and so we re traced this we went through and found that in the mid nineteen nineties Elizabeth one was hired by the U. 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Congress and paid by us the taxpayers to help Congress to rewrite some of the bankruptcy laws okay she's a lawyer that makes sense they hire her they tend to do this whole ideas are incorporated into the bankruptcy code then what does she do bill she goes to large corporations Dow chemical and others and says you hire me as a consultant and I will help you navigate around the law I actually wrote genius is very corrupt moves and other people in Washington is done have done this she's denounced other people that have done this but she ended up working for Dow chemical Armstrong world wide a whole host of large corporations who are facing class action lawsuit towards and she was helping them minimize their exposure that's obvious a legitimate thing to do but the fact that she says I've been fighting for the little guy my entire life is simply not true she made millions of dollars helping the big guy large corporations slip out of responsibilities as it related to people who were damaged by the products those companies have produced you don't fall a few nights ago I'm watching Chris Matthews every now and then is a lucid moment and he was ranting and raving about socialism the evil socialism is because all over the world any referenced Ohio senator Sherrod brown that Sherrod brown is the kind of person that we need there because he looks after the little guys a union guy so Sherrod brown is being promoted by the mainstream media as kind of Bernie Sanders light and you've investigated were weren't shared brown gets his money from where is it that's very interesting shirt brown he always been in public life since you graduate from college he ran for the state legislature he listed himself he was still a senior at Yale when he ran for office he listed himself bill as a farmer under our occupation I don't know what kind of form he

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Trio of astronauts leave ISS and return to Earth

Geek News Central

01:03 min | 6 months ago

Trio of astronauts leave ISS and return to Earth

"Record setting space. Travelers return to Earth a trio space travelers. That was returned to Earth this morning from the International Space Station including NASA's astronaut Christina Koch. Who set a record for longest single spaceflight by a woman at three hundred twenty six extreme days? Also coming home was USA astronaut Luca Parma Tunnel. Who now has spent a total three hundred sixty seven days in space into missions more days than any? Es a astronaut in history of course the crew of expedition sixty one also included Russian. Cosmonaut and so US commander Alexsandr screw guate- I destroyed that WHO completed his third mission for a total of five hundred forty six days in space putting him in fifteenth on the all all time in space listen they landed in Kazakhstan at fourteen eight or twelve. Am Eastern Standard Time. Southwest other motown of Dijon Kazakhstan so Congratulations and the nicest here. They made it back safe.

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Christina Koch back on Earth after record stay on space station

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Christina Koch back on Earth after record stay on space station

"Astronaut Christina cook back on earth today after nearly a year aboard the international space station it is the longest space flight ever by a woman now after three hundred twenty eight days in space and one hundred and thirty nine million miles for Christina cook and two hundred one days in space eighty five million miles for the apartment on a and Alexander scored twelve the exhibition sixty one crew is officially home masses Brandi dean there cook touchdown early this morning with two crewmates and Kazakhstan she smiled and gave a thumbs up and support crew members helped her get out of the capsule and placed her in a chair for a quick post flight check up along with the crew mates Russian space officials say the astronauts appear to be in

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"kazakhstan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:06 min | 8 months ago

"kazakhstan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"All right in Kazakhstan today a plane crashed just after takeoff that's right at least twelve people were killed including the pilot dozens more were injured here the back air flight carrying ninety eight passengers and crew took off from almighty International Airport because expands deputy prime minister saying the cause could be pilot error or some kind of technical issues and here's a scene Kim is following the story from Moscow is on the line now hi Lucy in the morning so what else do we know about what happened with this crash where are the airline involved is called back air which bills itself as Kazakhstan's first low cost carrier its website shows it has scheduled service to ten cities in Kazakhstan which is a huge country in Central Asia it's about four times the size of Texas this particular flight flight twenty one hundred was flying from almighty the country's largest city to the capital morsel time about six hundred miles away there were ninety three passengers aboard and five crew members one passenger told a local website that the plane took off normally and then about a minute or two into the fight into the flight are there was a strong shaking than the plane began to fall and hit the ground and struck a two story building and the fuselage broke apart the airport says there was no fire which probably accounts for this low death toll of airports as opposed to the list of sixty survivors on Facebook sixty survivors is some good news I wonder leucine do we know anything relevant about the type of plane that was involved here I yes this is a Dutch built Fokker one hundred it's a commuter jet which is no longer manufactured the company actually went bankrupt in nineteen ninety six because it could not compete with Boeing seven three seven our own seven of these planes which are flown by airlines around the world though no longer in the United States what are officials saying about the cause of the crash and about how they plan on investigating it well as as already mentioned the prime minister said it could have been pilot error or technical issue the president of the country said that a government commission had already been formed to investigate and he said those responsible would be punished to the full extent of the law though of course at this point there's no indication yet of the exact cause or whether laws were violated at tomorrow in any case has been declared a day of mourning in Kazakhstan and there's been a call put out for blood donors to step up in Almaty it's interesting you mention the seven thirty seven Max not that this plane was one but that this plane was sort of driven out of existence by that other plane which is it has famously crashed twice now and pin but you know we stopped production on a sense very quickly that an investigation in this part of the world will lead to a real change well the short answer is no I mean authorities in the former Soviet Union typically pledge to get to the bottom of things but there's this lingering Soviet tradition of inference piracy and a lack of accountability unfortunately and here's Lucy and Kevin Moscow.

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"kazakhstan" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

13:34 min | 11 months ago

"kazakhstan" Discussed on World News Analysis

"It's on the international stage the but they've been able to negotiate the Conservative Party. The third level I think is important. Is that I think that the the cabinet reflects an understanding that citizens are rather apathetic when it comes to politics and the need to change the face of the Party and change that the character of the Party so no longer lack cared a great hole grey-haired men but you know new new potential new vision and more efficient yeah well we know the new foreign minister has been the chief negotiator of Japan. US trade how do think his appointment may affect Japan's diplomatic eddie ties with neighboring countries and was the US so he's been an effective interlocutor with the United States and it appears that the United States and Japan will come up. Come come to some kind of trade agreement this month and I like I I see being announced at the United Nations around the time of the United Nations General Assembly and I I think this bodes well for his experiencing able to engage with macario partners and I think that this is the skill that we need now. We're in an era where leadership is a challenge and dealing with our regional partners and the international partners has become much more unpredictable. He's been able to negotiate this and I think that the skills that will enable him to negotiate with other challenging and in courtrooms relationships and that includes South Korea and includes China and includes take and how significant is the move of talk to our connell from the foreign ministry to the defense portfolio Mr Mr Corno tuttle. had done an effective job as foreign minister. He's been able to communicate. I think hard just to some infant challenging insulation he has been able to be forthright with those his Chinese counterpart around me as well as South Korean counterparts on difficult issues without founding offending or condescending and I think that's an important to kill but now he's being shifted to the Defense Ministry and this gives them a different talk. Bolio isn't is in a different context understanding Japan's relationships within the region and globally and I think the skill sets forth his background with studying at Georgetown University diversity in Washington strong relationship with Mike Pompeo and I think in general a strong relationship with the United States also will serve him well in terms of I maintain that the United States alliance as part of the cornerstones of Japanese security but also you know he has a pretty good understanding of the region and I I think you'll be able to negotiate security issues as effectively as he did issues the guards diplomacy through the Ministry of Foreign Affair. Well all the South Korean media they have noted a Mattia. The newly appointed members are known to have a hardline stance against South Korea like Catarrhal Taurel who has taken a tough stance on South Korean Supreme Court's decision on forced labor and the two countries military intelligence intelligence sharing pact and also Gora the new trade and industry minister who is also CNN twitter will now oversee depends export restrictions directions on South Korea. I mean how will these appointments effect that Balladur ties between Japan and South Korea so my view is that any shifted bilateral relations. We're going to need to come from the South Korean side with the election or what with President Moon coming into power what we've seen is I increment to sit and did I think much different more accelerated shift in really positioning South Korea Japan relations. I am not a positive the direction president park show some courage coming to the table and finding a a a a a very significant degree with in two thousand fifteen December recover limit agreement and I think that President Moon is made the decision to really alienate. Japan is part of a broader process to consolidate the sport domestically and South Korea and I think to push forward on on North Korean South Korean reunification of them store well whether this will serve him well the long term it's unknown but in the short term. I think that this has been. Ill considered decision. The leaders in in Japan I think they are also bewildered thereby these decisions because Japan and South Korea so many similar institutions similar values and of course security challenges and I think that really the agency could change between South Korea Japan. Don't lie until kill it. They lie in and actually one of the most talk about appointments is that of the rising political political stars Shinjiro Koizumi he was named Environment Minister. I mean does that bolster. His chance of succeeding Ave as the next prime minister well. He's still young right. He's younger than me thirty eight thirty nine you know he's recently married is going to have a child so he has a lot on his plate right now but importantly he's been brought into the political establishment and if you want to become a prime minister you need to be have experienced within the cabinet. You need to be able to negotiate difficult problem. and you need to consolidate a little political base within the party but this is the first step. He's opened the door. it's unlikely he'll be prime minister. You're in twenty twenty one. and it's unlikely you'll be a prime minister in in twenty thirty one. It's going to take some time really building strong clinical local based and successful policy of of the people in Japan isn't he. He's popular right. You know he's had some. He's charismatic. He's his father is interesting and and I think there's a lot of nostalgic for Prime Minister Koizumi's leadership but he still needs to have some some policy successes suspended demonstrated track record of being able to manage difficult issues crate convince you know he's taking on the portfolio of the Ministry of Environment and he has to deal with it's very difficult issues in particular shaming incident and dealing with you know Y- their decision to release radioactive material into the Pacific or find another solution Lucien air. I think this is his first big challenge and if he can successfully negotiated he's likely to be moved into a more important on the street. In the next cabinet. Shaw DOT COM and on domestic issues prime minister obey sat he will boost efforts to reform the nation's social security system. I mean how challenging is that task gained as the country's now facing an aging population and low birth rate it can credibly challenging debt continues changed increase year by year in the population decrease it but what we've seen over the past five years under the administration you know real stress on of creating a sustainable economy through various policies that fall under I'll mix and it's been relatively successful in urban areas and not so successful in the rural who area so he they need to crack that not the need to also be able to find different ways to crew income so that they can make a pension systems systems healthcare systems sustainable this will really challenge the Japanese bureaucracy to be creative and how they you know fund these programs so yes domestic domestic policies that are really important. Getting under control is very important. We should remember Japan is a very wealthy country owned by Japanese banks not by offering bank thank and it really positioned in terms of technology to deal with some of these issues in a way that I think other countries within the region you don't have these comparative are going to really struggle. Okay thank you Dr Steven Nagy's senior associate professor at International Christian University in Japan Japan and a distinguished fellow was to Asia Pacific Foundation more become trump blasted John Bolton for making some big mistakes as former national security gordy advisor. This is world today. Stay with us Hi Signer Chang`an the today this show brings extra local and international perspectives on China's economic and business issues having been in law government and finance in the United States. I find China's. I just fascinated and hope you do also thank you for listening. Welcome back. You're listening to world today. I'm Joanne. US President Donald Trump blasted Joan Bolton on Wednesday Wednesday for making some big mistakes during his tenure as national security adviser saying that he had been a disaster North Korea policy ought to fly in Venezuela Woah and that he did not get along with important administration officials a verdict mistakes when he talked about the Libyan and model forgive John that was not a good statement to make you just take a look at what happened with Qaddafi that was not a good statement to make and and it set us back and frankly he wanted to do things not necessarily tougher than me. John's known as a tough guy. He's so tough you got us into Iraq doc. That's tough but he's somebody that. I actually had a very good relationship with but he wasn't getting along with the people in the administration I consider very important from said has considering five candidates to replace Joe Boston and will announce his pick sometime next week from where we are now joined on the line but Professor Chu Bowl was China Foreign Affairs University professors. She's thanks for joining us. Okay Great Union volt President Trump said Joe borden had been a disaster on North Korea policy because he talked about the Libyan model which he believed setback relations Mr North so what does boatmen's departure Mian for the denuclearization talks so I think it's very obvious mistakes job. Jon Boden talking about Libya Libya model in terms of the Korean Peninsular issue and especially make the DPRK's either concern about the regime change especially after the new Kalis the new beat neutralized and then what happened so their next so I think fo these DPRK the compatriot arbitral by no well goof Stein for them and I think Donald Trump himself the DPRK out the North Korea is is a new car and he is especially during the election and I think he might manipulates this if he we feel nice history he may meet the leader of DPRK in before by the end of this year well we know the US North Korea they are expected to resume their talks hopefully later this month and North Korea's vice foreign minister said she I hope the US will bring pote proposal geared to the interests of the DPRK and the US and based on the solution methods acceptable to us and she warned that if the outside toys was an scenario that has nothing to do with the new method at working level talks which would be held after difficulties. A deal between the two sides may come to an end but can we really expect the trump administration to come with some new more flexible approaches instead of continuing continuing to pursue his maximum pressure policy. Yeah I think so down trump is much more for life so I've just mentioned if fo the domestic policy is especially general election knees and he may he just much taking a much more flexible policy towards woes a North Korea and so why the job Lille data. It's really mean that Donald Trump to now really rung to maintain still cowed the maximum pressure strateg- policy and he tried to make has a good at conditions. I suppose the negotiation. This is the positive aside about on the other side. We're still can locate much more difficulties between the United States stays on DPRK especially the United States coming out of a secure make sure the DPRK niece especially did they security requirements so acting on the positive side down the travel well much more flexible animate the receiving negotiation the Asian persecute Weber's mostly but on the other hand there are much more difficulties are high between two countries and on the the Middle East policy. Some analysts see John Bolton as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's most enthusiastic supporter in Washington. So what does he accent men for US policy on Israel and on Iran..

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"kazakhstan" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"kazakhstan" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"This is one reason why travel is cool we see the world through sort of middle class american lenses you know what's wrong well the system is different they must be doing this oh you don't even understand the jumping off point of how to like analyze this exactly exactly turkistan a separate from all the countries will there's turkmenistan and turkistan is probably an ethnic region turkmen probably lived there but these borders were divided up during the soviet era right this used to turkmenistan uzbekistan kazakhstan used to be part of the soviet union when i lived in korea the cossacks they had like the the junior olympics basketball championship in korea the kosic team is all russians right because during the soviet era russians moved in russians are nice and tall sporty and so actually there's a lot of supermodels kind of kazakhstan to because it's that central asian gorgeous sort of just an extreme extreme is a fair way to say but very striking look in kazakhstan because it's sort of a mixing ground central asia people have been mixing for a long time in and so you have ethnic causes but then you also have a lot of ethnic russians sort of them all be like this giant because all china towards towards a we province right i talked to a cabdriver i so this is somebody told me this my i like four five days maybe in like young gone where it was like talking some other travelers we're just getting a beer someplace and they're were talking about where the guns one lady was like the stands got my head she's like nobody goes there and it's fucking great nothing but good thing cabdriver he was from one of them he said two of them are gorgeous and great one of them's fine one of them's like don't go you'll die but i gotta figure out which ones are for it's like well i'm that's got to be down to government and how much they control crime and stuff like that there's that are no minister is becka stan kosic stun cures stan toddstarnes east in right and if ghanistan extent but like there's great mountains in hiking there's probably good skiing there too there's a lot of mountain climbing they're just big beautiful amazing places full of full history there's actually a jewish tribes jewish communities in this part of the world really yeah that'd be weird jews jewish god yeah i'm not sure if they're still there or not but they're called mountain jews i think what yeah and they they lived a very isolated existence i think in his becca stan really yeah yeah that'd be a fun thing try for like fuck it you know i heard all this new tourism twenty three and tourism oh see have you heard about those see twentythree me i came out the app was optimized toward health.

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"kazakhstan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"kazakhstan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of course he's a sacred thing for us just a quick thought before we finish on the other key strategic neighbor you haven't that's russia vladimir putin said this after the conflict began in ukraine the annexation of crimea the conflict in east ukraine he said this of kazakhstan in in two thousand fourteen he said kazakhstan is part of the larger russian world do you in kazakhstan agree with that notion i think that yes pakistan is a matter of he's a russian speaking country we have two languages here kazakh and russian perhaps you noticed i notice that you're language and also changing the the alphabet the script frogging cyrillic to latin script which moscow regards perhaps as a sign that you are moving away from speaking about the russian world we don't agree because here we have our own world which is back and the presence of the russian language of course is quite visible and the same time we are facilitating and promoting english in kurdistan so the more languages are younger generation will know the better will be for kazakhstan but let me end by doing what you in kazakhstan do a lot and that is by thinking ahead the president some time ago and the government issued a plan taking the country all the way through to twenty fifty so let's talk about twenty fifty in twentyfifty do you think has stan will actually be much more integrated with the chinese economy than the russian economy i think that in twenty fifty kazahstan will be one of the major players not only central asia but beyond and so my hope is the younger generation all young people are so bright so smut tremendously smart and i think that we'll be living in the very good company when the final thought about twenty fifty in twenty fifty will kazakhstan via multi party truly democratic country or will it still be a one party system as it pretty much is today whenever you criticize kurdistan has a lack of democracy i still daunting i'm sorry title not do agree with me but just to continue the point about twenty fifty will the political system look very different from the way it looks nice thing that's in twenty fifty the whole wall to be changed the whole wall will be looking different so the current sections and assessments of democracy as his political systems also will be changed custom jamaa i thank you very much thank you very much appreciate distribution of the bbc world service in the.

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"kazakhstan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"kazakhstan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A new phase of creating international stock exchange under british common law and you're inviting international investors in they have to have confidence that the system here is clean that outside investors are going to be given full access to an independent judiciary can you give those guarantees we can give those guarantees first of all there was a special amendment to the constitution with got to the international financial center in astana it's a precedent not only in kazakhstan that's far beyond and it's also one of the major answers to the corruption as you said to those negative things that unfortunately do happen here from time to time and this is a real financial international center and the barristers the judges from uk also came here to get involved to help us round the financial center i think that it's one of the major examples how we want to handle this issue the other seems to me key pillar of your economic strategy over the next few years is trying to exploiting your geographical position in particular your proximity to the massive growth of the chinese economy but it seems to me the problem is that this is potentially dangerous for kazakhstan it could be very much a one way relationship china has an awful lot to gain what this kazakhstan have to gain without kazahstan the concept one belt one road will not be visible our aim is to get five billion dollars of prophets of revenues news from this concept up to twenty twenty and it's both beneficial for china and the for kazakhstan dude you think you've persuaded the conduct people that very close economic relationship with china is in your country's interest because i remember the protests that we saw in two thousand sixteen when land reform measures were proposed that would allow chinese farmers and agricultural companies to come in and lease farmland in kazakhstan and the people they didn't like it not one that was a huge confusion and misunderstanding so we had to explain to the people that somebody is making a wrong judgements from the plans of the government as well as the parliament but the same time just a month ago with passed a new law here saying that they'll be no territorial or land on sessions to any country and first of all to china and we are absolutely clear and open explaining our plans to be chinese government saying that as far as lands is concerned.

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"kazakhstan" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"kazakhstan" Discussed on The Canon

"You are yes i'm doing two masterclasses and they're doing a retrospective and they're paying me and bringing my wife and me over and we have absolutely no distribution there it's all the gift of virus but i i'm hoping that maybe kazakhstan may be a little more democratic in its old as china well i just so inside i go see like fact that they've even heard of lloyd kaufman and casick's it's amazing right at the never gotten one penny in from kazakhstan had retrospective i have had retrospectives in shanghai and and china but the the politics there now is disgusting you know they used to be something they when the first time we went they had something called the democracy wall was called that and we put a poster for squeeze play one of my early movies on that democracy wall at suddenly we had about six thousand had a huge mob of people you know it was a sexy how rated movie and the post to was sexy and we jogged over to the democracy wall in beijing and put it up and suddenly huge crowd and cops and everything and they let it stay but we discretely kind of ambled identified crowd anyway well my wife was blonde nine this was nineteen seventy eight maybe or seventy something like that and we she was jogging shorts and as was i and it was very unusual in those days for the chinese to see a blonde woman in jogging shorts brightly colored l wearing a wife.

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"kazakhstan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"kazakhstan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Buzzword today in the current trump administration this idea that we will in fact spend a trillion dollars to build infrastructure which is sorely in need of repair and the new infrastructure whether it'd be airports and like so so the fact that this is a model is not something that should be surprising or even scary to anyone in when we look at the development of these domestic infrastructural projects but of course as you intimated that model is one that they want to export as well and this is in a in a regional fashion and again something that the united states has a fair amount of experience in doing early in the twentieth century in the mid twentieth century but let's look at how it now extends in in the chinese model an illustration of the pre announcement of the belton road initiative were projects to build pipelines gas and oil pipelines into kazakhstan with the initial ones that china became a net importer of oil for the first time in one thousand nine hundred ninety three that's right about the time that the border disputes with kazakhstan and other central asian states were were resolved there was a desire to have an alternative to shipping oil out through the old soviet now russian pipeline system so the cossacks were looking for a new market the chinese had a new demand but there was no way to get it so large project to build a pipeline started stopped a few times that as the price of oil went up and down is became a sensible or nonsensical project that a different motivation for china and partners on the other side were the minority peoples frontier people's names differ but they're folks from ethnic groups outside the national majority so non han in china non cossacks in kazakhstan and they tend to live in border regions and they were left behind by the development model those worry in towards the coast they became dissatisfied they became alienated and the chinese feared an insurgency a separatist problem being larger than it was so building infrastructure as a way to give them a bigger role in economic development and modernisation and it was faster and cheaper at the beginning to build short infrastructure across the border and let the ethnic groups interact in.

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"kazakhstan" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"kazakhstan" Discussed on WTMA

"Mention i think it's really important visit it was an amazing event last night in that conference of presidents hosted to honour muslimmajority countries that had saved us during the holocaust with special emphasis on azerbaijan kazakhstan in morocco you know we we live in an era where we think that this there's sort of a disinherit conflict between the west and islam between islam and jews but for for most of the history it's been actually a very incredibly cooperative relationship between jews and muslims i could say my own interest in the country of azerbaijan in the caspian region in central asia has really been born from understanding this was muslimmajority region that always welcomed jews always saw jews as not just as not as sort of in a tolerant way but actually just local citizens part of their own culture and you know and when you understand how their cultures not surprising that they actually during the holocaust you know kazakhstan uzbekistan curious done azerbaijan accepted jews you know the time when you know many of their men were at the front themselves dying when there was not sufficient food in the region i mean there's no question that they were gonna you know except jews and and try to help them so do that maybe escape to a christian area like ukraine poland wasn't always safe but it's you that that escaped to other by john to curcas tons refuge six people in azerbaijan actually fought in the war we learnt ghastly yes amazing case you know we we really hardly i encourage any you know master students graduate students out there looking for phd topics this is incredible history of muslim countries you know again observation kazahstan kirghistan it was becky on and more local tunisia algeria had case to north africa as well that accepted you save jews and it's very important to document this history before two minutes of servers are gone and i'm actually very happy that many of these countries now are working with the us holocaust museum us government sponsored institution to open up their archives last night the ambassador of co kazakhstan reiterated his interest to do this and and you know share these archives and and and really wrote reveal very beautiful history between muslims and jews.

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"kazakhstan" Discussed on Counting Countries

Counting Countries

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"kazakhstan" Discussed on Counting Countries

"The big items there and then we had full of five or six even cruises the the cruises in that they were so so many so we spend altogether yes almost a half a million in one year so that was the extreme we have never spent so much a year anymore and we started with while the more prices three hundred four hundred euro a day that is the minimum today now we spend when we go for example to kazakhstan we had now we want to go to all regions and that they don't want to let alone to guide all the time and that was one thousand two hundred a day we rejected and said no we will find one way without any guy we don't need a guide in kazakhstan we can do that so we are still new but yes when we go with agents we end up usually between eight hundred and one thousand the day so frank there's a lot of different styles when it comes to traveling the world so the flip side of your style travel i mean i just speaking with a younger backpacker his budget is fifth under fifteen dollars a day give me your thoughts on a style of travel such as this younger guy compared to what you're doing in terms of your budgeting uc you mentioned all the the key he is young we are old so when you are young kept me me but there's also i mean older travelers you can see i know mad mania who are top ten top twenty who are also on some of these extreme budgets as well but they traveled for whole life.

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"kazakhstan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"kazakhstan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The author of aston a architecture myth and destiny let's continue our tour of this remarkable city and now we'll get to the palace of peace and rick reconciliation this is the pyramid of peace and accord in it's it's a pyramidal right but tell me more okay i thought we discussed that one but sure enough it there it was designed by norman foster whose design many like they gherkins for instance in london and the new apple headquarters going circular project well what he intended to do here is that your journey through the building is meant to take you from darkness to light so you enter into the the womb of the earth as it were in his dark and setting and you take this journey up to this cascading apex at the at the top and it's at the top of the pyramid i mean it couldn't get any more manati that world religious leaders meet to discuss the harmony of the world i'm i can't make it up that's what happens all right now why did i guess you sort of answered this in in a way but i'm gonna ask it from a slightly different angle and that is why did nasr by nasr bar have choose sort of sumerian myths to to build the city upon what about kazakhstan's myths and kazakhstan's legends well in them in kazakhstan it is believed that the ancient culture of kazakhstan derives from the culture of sumer and in particular the their ancestral religion which is known as tenggara them itself is a sumerian heritage and sumerian for instance the illustration that lets you know that you're dealing with the divine world is the epi graham called the ding gear and it's a star likes symbol that indicates when you're reading canal forum tax that you're dealing with the divine the divine state and this element of sumerian culture and many others have are part of the bedrock of kazakhstan identity they in many respects consider themselves to be the the progenitor of sumerian culture because even before sumer and before the cultures of egypt what we consider to be the cradle of civilization there were three great innovations they came from the nomadic cultures of central asia it was the invention of the wheel and axle the.

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"kazakhstan" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"kazakhstan" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The author of asda architecture myth and destiny let's continue our tour of this remarkable city and now we'll get to the palace of peace and rick reconciliation this is the pyramid of peace and accord and it's it's a pyramidal right but tell me more okay i thought we discussed that one but sure chernoff it there it was designed by norman foster whose design many like they gherkins for instance and london and the new apple headquarters at a billion dollar circular project well what he intended to do here is that your journey through the building is meant to i take you from darkness to light so you enter into the the womb of the earth as it were in his darkened setting and you take this journey up to this cascading apex at the at the top and it's at the top of the pyramid i mean it couldn't get any more manati than that world religious leaders meet to discuss the harmony of the world i'm i can't make it up that's what happens all right now why did i guess you've sort of answered this in in a way but i'm gonna ask it from a slightly different angle and that is why did now's by nasr bara you have a choose sort of sumerian myths to to to build the city upon what about kazakhstan's myths and kazakhstan's legends well in them in kazakhstan it is believed that the ancient culture of kazakhstan derives from the culture of sumer and in particular the their ancestral religion which is known as tenggara them itself is a sumerian heritage and sumerian for instance the illustration that lets you know that you're dealing with the divine world is the epi graham called the ding dear and it's a star likes symbol that indicates when you're reading canal forum tax that you're dealing with a divine the divine state and this of sumerian culture and many others have are part of the bedrock of kazakhstan identity they in many respects consider themselves to be the the progenitor of sumerian culture because even before sumer and before the cultures of of egypt what we consider to be the cradle of civilization there were three great innovations they came from the nomadic cultures of central asia tracy no mass migrations and so forth they this there's there's a real link here a genuine like well i mean this is to a.

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"kazakhstan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"kazakhstan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The author of astana architecture myth and destiny let's continue our tour of this remarkable city and now we'll get to the palace of peace and rick reconciliation this is the pyramid of peace and accord and it's it's a pyramidal right but tell me more okay i thought we discussed that one but sure enough it there it was designed by norman foster whose design many like they gherkins for instance and london and the new apple headquarters a billion dollar a circular project well what he intended to do here is that your journey through the building is meant to take you from darkness to light so you enter into the the womb of the earth as it were in his darkened setting and you take this journey up to this cascading apex at the at the top and it's at the top of the pyramid i mean it couldn't get any more manati that world religious leaders meet to discuss the the harmony of the world i'm i can't make it up that's what happens all right now why did i guess you sort of answered this in in a way but i'm gonna ask it from a slightly different angle and that is why did nasr by nasr bara a choose sort of sumerian myths you know to to to build the city upon what about kazakhstan's myths and kazakhstan's legends well in them in kazakhstan it is believed that the ancient culture of kazakhstan derives from the culture of sumer and in particular the their ancestoral religion which is known as tenga resum itself is a sumerian heritage and sumerian for instance the illustration that lets you know that you're dealing with the divine world is the epi graham called the ding gear and it's a star like symbol that indicates when you're reading conform tax that you're dealing with a divine the divine state and this element of sumerian culture and many others have are part of the bedrock of kazakhstan identity they in many respects consider themselves to be the the progenitor of sumerian culture because even before sumer and before the cultures of of egypt what we consider to be the cradle of civilization there were three great innovations they came from dramatic cultures of central asia it was the invention of the wheel and axle the.

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"kazakhstan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"kazakhstan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"At fast before they're the old sailor that than the new old system of the old new system becomes two two embedded amid has been port pointed at him one commentary readiness that effectively kazakhstan will now be using the same alphabet as turkmenistan dealing was this the previous system via posture fay's was other a desire to be different just for the sake of us i think so those those nullum into that at least the crucial thing calls is the switch from israeli carpet latin alphabet which is a very subtle way patten not so subtle way of kazakhstan showing that it wants to be more westwardlooking nazerbayev who has been criticised in many things particularly human rights record but one thing which he has succeeded in doing very well is balancing kazakhstan's both geographical and strategic position between three plays russia to the north where it was part of the soviet union pays kazakhstan hugely to have good relations with russia the west to the to the west and go the other way to these to america where they want more west in western investment and also cost china another huge neighbour on kazakhstan border to to the east and they are there's an awful lot of chinese infants will flow chinese money in investment going to kazakhstan these days he is is playing off one against the other but the change to using the latin alphabet was a real way of saying to the west look we are westwardlooking country of you know we we we want to be a major player on the on the world stage effectively he's got a project called kazakhstan 2050 saying the by 2050 kazakhstan should be playing a major role in world economies that that all act citizens by then should be fluent in three languages at russian and english so he's he's he's got a plan i can't let you go statement that asking you what moscow say whatever they change the alphabet in the first place at abundance of elected they threatened to attack their keyboards or anything that publicly they didn't say much but you could almost hear the grinding of teeth coming from moscow that this is because they're they got they.

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"kazakhstan" Discussed on Future Tense

Future Tense

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"kazakhstan" Discussed on Future Tense

"Vein in kazakhstan nc in indonesia but at that stage was really just a a couple of speeches never unlocked and thought what does this mean and i would time they've built up this this program which remained stoop pretty general in the sense that it's not calling at klia chartering up fifty five different programmes yet affiliated with it but it's essentially a statement that says china wants to provide this infrastructure and connectivity it's open pretty much to anyone who wants to join and at the notting party congress which is held in november of 2017 it's become the signature international policy initiative and has been written into the potty constitution sowed says i this is a priority number one priority the party and number one priority of xi jinping but also if you want to get anything done in terms of infrastructure development within china you have to put it in terms of the bolton road initiatives such as little as signaling domestic priorities as well and sixty eight countries is onto standard of now signalled that they want to be part of this initiative in some it will form but unlike at one of beijing's other major international initiatives the asian infrastructure investment bank this bolton road initiative is not constituted yet is it as a a multilateral project it's very much being laid by beijing arts absolutely a beijing that initiative the sixty eight countries that have signed up to date has signed memorandums of understanding which essentially pretty general saying we committed to this but nothing in specific terms says it's a couple of big projects there in train already the chinapakistan economic corridors a pretty lodge program it's already fairly far down the path but there is not an eat in some respects are there isn't a headquarters there isn't a set of institutions there isn't a set of principles or or agreements were shot at yet i wouldn't be surprised if i the time you end up with a world bank type central fund that's managing all of these sorts of projects that's got principles of randed about how loans and the like to do with the.

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"kazakhstan" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"kazakhstan" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Other is sort of image someone get round the world lining their pockets mls wants dictators we did have a program in kazakhstan for a time and when you said problem what are you would you do but so we were helping the very specifically on reforms because as a whole group of younger reformminded ministers and we had a whole team of people that would living working in the country person that in daily money from it okay i didn't know what the other regimes odd that was supposed to cause frank the work in knocked on the middle east as always be not the prophet and the what we've done in africa is always be not for profit so i love these allegations frank in all correct i accept dessert people criticizes working in kazakhstan a toll my point is very simple it's a majority muslim country the treats its people with great is minorities the great respect including is jewish community it's an ally of the west despite being sandwiched between russia and china and it's the any country i can think of the gave up its nuclear weapons and did it voluntarily so of course was not a again a westernstyle democracy but the where he did that was was good works are i i've spent the vast bulk of my times is leaving office on this in if i really wanted to be if commercial and what was my mom may priority out of in spending my time doing it and do his regime support your philanthropic work.

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"kazakhstan" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"kazakhstan" Discussed on WWL

"And kazakhstan adjunct senior fellow the rand corporation and executive director of the rand business leaders forum and he is in kazakhstan right now six thirty one on ted laid here's wwl first news and so that we go to dc our ladder and bloom studios leading the way in louisiana real estate for one hundred years each wwl first news and good morning eighty one degrees right now and clear in new orleans on your official weather station wwl am fm and dawn tom we have the chance for thunderstorms and scattered showers again today and another hot one with a high around ninety two other hot and humid day today but we will see a little relief from the heat with a forty percent chance for showers and storms it highs in the lower ninety channel 4 meteorologist dave nussbaum will take a look at the weekend in his pinpoint forecast coming up while the big meeting is coming up in just a few hours cbs news update there are protest in germany this morning some pilots outside of the g twenty summit where terrorism and climate change around the agenda president trump and russian president vladimir putin will hold their first facetoface meeting that eurasia group president ian bremmer doesn't think they'll talk about the us presidential election it would be shocking to me if trump for actually to bring up the hacks during this meeting as a political animal anything that potentially to his win like the admission of the russian hacks hurts him cbs news political analyst leonard steinhorn there are a number of risk for president trump probably most important is how he deals with russia meddling in our election does he raise it how much does he raise it if he raises it a lot is that press his own emotional button that he wasn't elected legitimately cbs news update and alison keys there is a new development today senate majority leader mitch mcconnell is he admitting that the republican health care bill is doomed mitch mcconnell is coming as close as anyone in the republican congressional leadership has come to admitting that the repeal and replace effort for the nation's health care system might line mcconnell told a crowded a rotary meeting in kentucky that if the senate bill fails to pass another a shore up the.

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"kazakhstan" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"kazakhstan" Discussed on WTMA

"A fire and these are the steppes of kazakhstan and you've got far some farce they were abortion and so far fires thoughts and so they put him out but now a guy died and that's very on what a really good i bob what a really good idea for reality tv show really good idea of rocket arrived drive i know the fire no being being part of the crew the chase his first stage stages coming down over kazakhstan putting out the fire is a fabulous idea bob i mean you can see why hasn't why have the networks figured this out you don't need to spend money on phony projects in the caribbean you go to kazakhstan they need the money and they might agree to anywhere any rivand the trucks and when the rocket goes up i imagine the stories are hilarious it's about where these rockets come down uh well this case it isn't hilarious a man down no i understand that i'm just saying that the you can see how wisit how wizened in cynical they'd get at their job you know we face ross's yet they're the twentyfirst century us where firefighters and the end the fires just happened to be set by ross costs most and so we're here to put him out yeah you know it's interesting you could say that's a metaphor for a lows in general they have a lot of fires but out struggling they've got a large these progress fighters to keep the americans happy and so we have to put fires about zambia he keeps the website behind the black there is no reality tv show about chasing rocket first stages in kazakhstan which is does thank relating you we're heading to china next i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor said we then where it's twelve city wtma the talker you are about to hear from dr douglas howard after twenty years.

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