35 Burst results for "Latin America"

Hispanic Americans' Core Values Are Stronger Than Ever

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Hispanic Americans' Core Values Are Stronger Than Ever

"When you look at Latin America? You look at the history of our hemisphere, do these families, whether they're from Mexico, Guatemala, anywhere else, is it true that they really have when it comes to the role of men and women, children, education, work ethic. Do they have a conservative culture to begin with? And if that is the case, why have they voted Democrat or not been politically engaged for so very, very long? I absolutely love your question because I can definitely give you some insight in the audience about what that looks like. Look, honestly, the core values you just mentioned about family. And I'm going to add to that. The pro life pause in the Hispanic community to protect the unborn life is stronger than ever. You know, so much so that on March 9th Guatemala, the nation of Guatemala declared itself in a ceremony with their president and key pastors from the country to basically declare that Guatemala is the pro family pro life capital of ibero America, which are all the Spanish speaking nations of the world. So with a statement at that level, nilsa, I didn't see that on the cover of The New York Times or I didn't see a story in CNN about that. Oh, well, surely on Univision, oh wait, not there either. Surely on telemundo oh wait, it didn't make it there either as well. You know, it's crazy that not only is the conservative movement censored on mainstream national television channels, but in the Hispanic networks as well.

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Price of Oil Surges Upwards of $120 per Barrel

The Trish Regan Show

01:28 min | 3 months ago

Price of Oil Surges Upwards of $120 per Barrel

"We see today that the price of oil continues to surge upwards of a $120 a barrel now we're looking at with the expectation that by summer, by summer, I've predicted a $150 oil, possibly 200, it could even go higher than that because for whatever reason, we had all this intelligence allegedly that this was going to happen. The Intel department did a good job on that. So where was everybody else? Why wasn't anybody else thinking through the energy implications? Why wasn't anybody thinking about what this would mean for everyday Americans at the gas pumps? That's my question. Because there are ways to solve this in part drill right here in the United States of America, I'd also be looking at Canada, it also be looking at Latin America. We've got a western hemisphere with lots of oil and lots of natural gas and we should be getting it all right here as close to home as possible with ourselves dependent on ourselves and our domestic sources. Why didn't someone think that one through? Why were they out there pitching? Green energy, when they had intelligence that indicated Putin was going to be invading Ukraine and we had to have known where we're going to sanction Putin. We had to know we were going to sanction Russia and Russian energy. So why didn't anybody make a push for more domestic sources of energy knowing all this was going to happen?

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John Zmirak: 'Donald Trump Should Broker Peace in Ukraine'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:31 min | 3 months ago

John Zmirak: 'Donald Trump Should Broker Peace in Ukraine'

"John's Muir. Welcome to the program. Thank you, Eric. Andy Kaufman, you sing here I've come to say the day. Exactly. That was actually that was my email. Yes. Mighty mouse is dead. It's tough. Listen on the glue trap. You've been writing a lot of a lot of stuff about the Ukraine. So the piece that you posted yesterday, brilliant concept. Let's start with that headline. Yeah, Donald Trump should broker peace in Ukraine. Donald Trump. Now, not a joke. No. I have a 100% serious. And it's not just because on some level he ought really to be president because he actually got more electoral votes and more popular votes. And the deep states stole the race in the most squalid Latin American style. And then covering it up in silence people in Eastern European totalitarian style. I mean, that's there. But really, I'm not being cynical. I don't want to use what's happening in Ukraine just for cheap domestic political gain. But I do think it will be good for America and good for Trump and good for all of us. As well. As for the people of Ukraine and the people of Russia. Because both populations matter. But before you just get into the details, are you, I mean, is it really possible that a former U.S. president could do something like this under who's a car is that work? Jimmy Carter flew around the world brokering negotiations after he was out of office. Jimmy Carter went Africa, Latin America. He had his own peace foundation. But he didn't need the permission of the U.S. government to do that. He just went and did it. That's right. And Donald Trump can do the same thing. And there is this thing called the Logan act that was used to intimidate and blackmail general Michael Flynn. But it is unconstitutional. No one has ever been successfully prosecuted under the Logan act. The Logan act was passed in something like 1801, and it was directed, I think, against Thomas Jefferson. It was in, I think. It was intended to stop Americans from engaging in diplomacy without the permission of the U.S. government.

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How Russia Is Keeping NATO Together

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

How Russia Is Keeping NATO Together

"Do you think NATO is ready? Does Joe Biden have a plan? It's hard to say what Joe Biden's plan is. But I think that Biden is at least been clear about NATO that America retains its resolve to abide by its treaty obligations to NATO and that the NATO nations will step up and protect every square inch of NATO territory. I've been encouraged by the fact that rather than divide NATO, which I'm sure Latin America Putin and president she thought would happen. NATO is actually coming together in a more strong we've seen Russians I'm sorry we've seen Russia actually consolidate Nate that went away that I wasn't

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Frontier Airlines buying Spirit in $3B low-cost carrier deal

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Frontier Airlines buying Spirit in $3B low-cost carrier deal

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"latin america" Discussed on The Zest

The Zest

06:10 min | 9 months ago

"latin america" Discussed on The Zest

"I can't make it with all that meat. So usually i replaced with either back. Allow or just make it with just like the Just a plain vegetables. It tastes kind of different. Because you know the flavor of the me in need susani. Isn't there but it it gets the job done. It gets the job done anybody else. Want to add our make make any changes. Mardi santa marina yes. I've made some some changes part of it has to do with aging right. So that cuban coffee in the afternoon. Forget it it's not happening. It's so sad. It really is sad to not be able to have that cup of coffee in the afternoon. That helps you get through it. You know but If i have it. I can't sleep and my stomach etcetera. So that's one change. I've made There have been others. moderation moderation but. I think that's about it. I have not become a vegetarian. And i have You know i gotta watch the cholesterol center. That's about it for me. My family were not really into like meet me. 'rumour like vegetables and fees and seafood. But when was like. I think twenty one years old. I got this severe seafood and fish. Allergy and i just had to stop like everybody else had to stop at the house because i cannot even be in the same place when they're cooking because just this male can lake. Gimme the reaction so that was huge for everybody in the house but it was not that something that you can replace you know because we already like having a diet with a lot of vegetables with grains beings in you know but we didn't replace for anything but it was like a subtly like just had to stop and people when i moved from the house when i was living with my parents when they when mood they were able to eat in they go back to eat at normally. But when i'm there is possible. So that's the dramatic change but it wasn't like replace so is not like a heaven experienced out to replace the how to recreate issue. Just we had to stop for me. I've seen it in how i cook for other people so i have always liked spicy. Love love spicy and my grandma used to say if it's too spicy for other people. Maybe you were mad at them when you cook because your anger was into the food when you like made it for them but when i cook for my partner who loves spicy but can't handle my level of spy sometimes or now that i'm home often when i cook for my mom and her husband. They don't eat a lot of salt anymore. They are older and the begun at the beka is. It's not it's not good for them. They can't handle it so now i want to be able to make something that they can still appreciate in. They can still enjoy an not harm them but it nourish them so. I am making changes little by little. But that's for me is the big one. Is the the salt one. But mainly is the the amount of spice that goes into it. Thank you so much Cece i think he wanted to say something to the conversation about substitutions for dietary things. As i mentioned before for for many years I was a bigger -tarian and strict. Strictly vary i added in eventually chicken later. But but what that did for me. At that time. I had just come out of fort. Rico wasn't opportunity to learn about a lot of other cuisines and incorporate from a lot of other countries a lot of them nothing american clinton fluid. Todd even have to be out there. They were already vegetarian. They were ready beaten. Gluten free even. He gave me the permission to go exploring in other full in india then after that then devolution was to how to them maybe adopt some of our beaches to these new ways of preparing them anything. You wanna add margarita. I wanted to just say something about the previous question. What was the one about medicine and food by learned to cook from my grandmother. And my mother chee-chen need we'd babies just because of the flavor and just very recently. I learned that if you cook meat. We need these easier to digest. So there's all these traditions that we follow because we were taught and then it turns out that the reuther the recently is not only flavor but also like medicine all kind of approach. So i think that's also very interesting would probably have lost a lot of the knowledge. Not all of it. Because i mean garlic. That was like my first approach to kobe was. Let's eat garlic like insane. A nice you thank you so much agree that at no. Thank you so much. I really appreciate all of you for joining us today. Thank you oh. I just loved being a fly on the wall for that conversation. It makes me think about my own families through traditions. And i hope it does the same for you. The panelists shared some recipes. That remind them of home. And you can dig in on. Our website does podcast dot com. I'm leah cologne. i produced zest with andrew lucas. And this week we had help from. Chandler malcolm markes and lily theissen special. Thanks to alexandra. Snatches at the university of florida's center for the humanities and the public sphere. Thanks also to florida humanities and the city of gainesville disasters the production of w usf public media copyright twenty twenty one..

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"latin america" Discussed on The Zest

The Zest

08:18 min | 9 months ago

"latin america" Discussed on The Zest

"Of hispanic heritage month. Today we're celebrating florida's latin american food cultures were sharing an excerpt from a conversation titled food memories of latin america. This discussion was part of conversations in the neighborhood. Let's talk about food. Which was a discussion series presented by florida humanities the university of florida's center for the humanities and the public sphere and the city of gainesville. We'll hear from educators activists and home cooks about how their latin american heritage influences. The way they eat. We've edited the conversation for length and clarity. Macy was born in katie. She was four point here. Finally to the dominican republic at age ten. They moved to the. Us they've all. Grandfather was cuban. Lindsey identifies as black african american and latino and. She's now a you have student mariano. Three regis is a feminist at least from reseal. She's part of the of the league vacillate list. Because i just finished a master's degree in latin american studies that you have. And she's also part of the edgy. Bt coalition that operates within your organization of american states. Doctor cecelia swazis c. c. eastern a c central figure in the department of agriculture education and communication mighty said. I was born in cuba and raised in the united states. She's a professional writer. Lecture untraditional Cook so the first question is what is the relationship between the food you eat and your identity wonder we begin with you. Thank you as the saying goes. You are what you eat. And i believe that there are two ways in which that rings to to i. Food is what connects to our memories of home. A family to the memories of took place would be an astronaut concept or could be very green space and everyth- officially important to me to us as we are part of a diaspora in aid. Hips was grounded in our roots. I need you this Something in common with community and he'd reminds us of our mother culture in where we came from. So it's that connection safely. I think on the other hand that What we eat our habits our behavior stores fluid. Are i think a reflection of our guarany of our experiences through life and whatever we are doing with foot lead what we trump four and so on at any even timing our lives. It's reflection of where we are in our yearning. Thank you wenda leniency. What is the relationship between the food you eat and your identity wanted to most of the where my mouth so i know that many people don't think about this when they eat but added our ancestors struggle for the same plate of food that is before us. How did they work to find the perfect recipe. That makes it tastes. Like home in personally whenever i make a haitian or latin dish especially when i'm learning how to make it i feel much more connected to that particular culture and food has really shaped who i am because i've learned to cope with love in my dad. Always says you don't cook with love. The food won't come out right. So i feel like my learning how to cook with love. I've definitely learned to apply that to other aspects of my life in other activities. That i do what a beautiful reflection Hope my song one day feels the same way about my cooking. See what is the relationship between the food you eat and your identity. Thank you for the question. i'm. I'm originally from texas from san antonio on my family's from may go so I have moved all over the country and for me the my relationship with food is definitely like others have shared already is is home. It allows me to bring my family with me. Wherever i move wherever i go. I just had a bean issues. Tackle right unlike ensue. So simple but so beautiful. Because that's what i ate growing up. And i can be reminded right of home i can. I can call the spirit of my grandmother into me and it's and for some people it might sound silly but when i have that i am brought right back into my grandmother's house where i was. I was raised. That was beautiful because now bring so much joy but it also sustained life for my family when that was all that was available to them. And you so much see also mexican so i received very much tortilla and three horns. Okay so now we're gonna go to question number. two on. this question comes from my personal life. So can you cook food from your country of origin in the united states. What are the challenges you face and how have you adapted to them. One that we begin with you thank you. I think that nowadays. I can answer that question very in a very different way from eighty seven years ago. You know when when. I first came to gainesville in lear longer than that. When i first came to the states at a personal level my my very first grade disappointment was not signing coffee in a coffee that i could call coffee. I ended up having to buy mid idea the iota which was only italian espresso for many years. Before you're able to access what. I see the real coffee you know and i was in long island in new york which you would have thought but then when we came here and opening the restaurant we clothing access source any of our ingredients. We had to go to tom. Bound when had to go than later on was kinda and it was not that long ago that we had to be go out of gainesville source ingredients so that we could cook our fluids. Now as as you know the scene it's completely different They're having many changes especially langley. After of in the last day cable also after mighty an all dad word there. Such an influence in this area of or the ricans in and before he'd have seen from you know venezuelans cubans and all that you can access. I think that most of things that we look. I know that's more the case for every concrete but in terms of our foods I have found that atheists a lot better now than it was ever in terms of sourcing. Thank you very much that for historical perspective. Wish to unroll history. Okay lean c. Can you cook food from all of your countries in the us challenges. Another patients I can cook some. I think most haitian food that. I can dominican or cuban food but for the most part if i can't have a lot to learn from all three but the main challenges that i faced one that was saying is finding good authentic ingredients in gainesville Especially for haitian food. Because i don't think there are any haitian stores here in asian markets. I know there's aloe that which is like cubans. So i can sort of find what i need to make dominican food but Yeah there's not many of those around here. I'd have to go all the way down to miami or orlando justifying ingredients. But how i get around that. Is i just substitute them for different ingredients. The food isn't usually come out the same the textures the same. But it's as close as i get to in gainesville so i'll take.

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How Spanish Composers Influrnced Latin America

Classics for Kids

02:03 min | 9 months ago

How Spanish Composers Influrnced Latin America

"After christopher columbus made his first trip across the atlantic ocean spain and other european countries began to colonize the americas. Spanish music had a big influence on latin american music. And so did the music of the enslaved people who were brought over from africa one of the first places columbus landed in fourteen. Ninety two was cuba. Nineteenth century violinist. Jose white lafitte had a spanish father and an afro-cuban mother whites composition that they yaqoob ana the beautiful. Cuban uses dance rhythms from haiti and the dominican republic on the island of hispaniola twentieth century. Cuban composer and missile. The owner was a pianist. That's lik wound up performing his most famous piece. My leg ania which is a spanish dance. Kunas family was full of musicians including his great nephew. Leo brouwer leo. Brouwer was guitarist until he hurt his right hand even after he had to stop playing. He kept on composing in fourteen. Ninety three columbus landed on the island. We call puerto rico spanish for rich port. The taino people who originally lived there called it. Land of the great lords in their language voted ken. Which is the title of this piece by. Puerto rican composer. Roberto ever

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"latin america" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

05:24 min | 10 months ago

"latin america" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"Advocates throughout latin america. It's interesting to see. In latin america the liberalisation of abortion rights slowly but surely meanwhile here in the united states. It seems to be going the opposite direction. There's different starting points there right. I mean you had nineteen. Seventy-three is a lot of people's lifetime to this point where abortion was made widely available in the united states. and it's a relatively more recent phenomena in latin america. And i guess now there's kind of a congruous with it's kind of a crossing point where there are efforts obviously to stymie access to legal abortions in the united states just as there are efforts to make it more available in latin america. Now we'll say some. Latin american countries have actually made it more difficult honduras. Which cape mentioned is one of the strictest antiabortion laws and they recently passed a concert amendment making it harder to ever change the law to make it easier for women to have access to abortion so there is there is a counter movement. And it's very strong. Kate any thoughts. It's interesting i think we're in a phase of kind of the world where with the internet. We are able to have these global conversations. Things that previously were. Maybe silo d- To domestic politics in a particular country people are realizing these common threads right in different countries. And you're seeing that a lot right now. Particularly with kind of social and cultural issues secure in brazil people are talking about black lives matter. The conversations are changing around religion around. You know sex gender sexuality. And so i think more more there's one conversation.

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"latin america" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

08:09 min | 10 months ago

"latin america" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

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Learning about black holes dark matter and exploding stars. I mean fascinating. I love how deep this program goes. I know you'll love wondering i'm so. I put together a special offer for my listeners. A free month trial of unlimited access. Just go to my special yaro wendy dot com slash the times. That's w. o. N. d. r. i. u. m. dot com slash. The times. think of how much you'll learn in a month. Go to wendy dot com slash the times so cape before the crystallization of abortion in mexico. Night and tina. There is just to other countries in the region where abortion was legal guba since the nineteen sixties and uruguay became the first latin american democracy to allow the practice back in two thousand twelve. So there's still this really steep road up to try to get. Abortion legalized or even decriminalize and a lot of latin america. Yeah they're a huge swath of this region that you know still prohibit abortions entirely. A few notable examples are in central america in honduras and el salvador. You can go to jail for you. Know even accidentally having an abortion their cases of women in el salvador who've been in jail for years who say you know they've tripped fell accidentally terminated their pregnancies and were prosecuted for that major countries like brazil where you have a right wing president. Who's committed basically to not allowing abortion legalization to move forward. It's a very different picture. So you have these major victories but at the same time you have some movement in the other direction in certain areas so patrick even in mexico. You still have now doctors who are saying. We're not gonna do any abortions. Is this a very interesting movement. We saw odaguard will also sort of mexico city when abortion was legalized here. I mean basically some of these doctors and nurses referred to themselves as conscientious objectors. They said they feel morally opposed to abortion and will not perform them and there's a federal law in mexico that's also before the supreme court right now which basically ensures them that right and non-life-threatening circumstances so there's a lot of people waiting what's going to happen before the supreme court on this particular law of doctors and practitioners who referred to themselves as conscientious objectors. Who will not perform the procedure from what they say is moral grounds. This is also cropped up in argentina and would have to some extent so it is an issue however legal this is will be sufficient providers so for mexico city which is had widely available abortions more than a decade has managed to cope with it but nationwide and mexico. It'll be interesting to see kate. You're in brazil right now which is home to the world's largest catholic population also huge evangelical community and the current president jacob also narrow. He slammed argentina's decision and vowed abortions never going to be legalized long as he's in office. What's up abortion rights movement like in brazil. Yeah well it's small. It's highly polarized. Here i mean there are a lot of parallels really between the united states and brazil. At this point you know you have a very conservative populace. President who took power you know on social media and who was spouses really conservative social beliefs and has a movement behind him of people who really care about that the evangelical population in brazil which is now a quarter of the population and is super politically. Involved has made you know this issue sort of their most important one and actually. I talked to someone the other day who said you know. The evangelical movement continues to support also not because of his opposition to abortion. And they see him as an instrument of god to stop this stuff. So you have this really hear more than activists calling for abortion legalization. You have kind of the opposite. You have people from the right growing increasingly vocal about their opposition to this. You know we had a case. Last year in brazil that was really emblematic. A ten year old girl had been raped by her uncle and had gotten pregnant and went to the hospital to receive an abortion which is legal in just in cases of rape here. Just you know up to a certain number of weeks pregnant and the doctors there refused. And then this became dislike a touchtone where you had a conservative protesters massing outside of the hospital yelling at this girl. She ultimately had to go to another city to get her pregnancy terminated. And i think it just shows that at this point there's actually a lot of pressure in the other direction to make the laws in brazil even more restrictive when it comes to abortions what about activists and other countries are they trying to offer any sort of support to say activists in places like brazil or an el salvador where abortion is still criminalised completely. Yeah i mean. I think there's definitely a big kind of cross national network. I know for example. American abortion activists have for a long time works on kind of the legal cases of women in el salvador. Who have found themselves in jail for five ten years for the crime of having an abortion. But i think it's actually probably an interesting question. Whether or not american activists are kind of learning from their latin american counterparts because the fact is a lot of things are changing here this region and really quickly i think the style of activism those types of messaging even just know where people are protesting and how i think probably american feminists have a lot to learn from that and should start looking in that direction to patrick abortions longer. A crime in mexico deny and restrictions are slowly getting chip that elsewhere as you mentioned earlier. That doesn't mean it's easily accessible. So how are abortion opponents. Making it difficult for women who seek them. That's an interesting question. I think throughout latin america k. Talked a little bit about abortion rights activists who are you know. Have a really an international network. There's also an international network on the other side of abortion restriction inist abortion opponents who are very well represented here in mexico. Sometimes they have their own clinic set up to advise quote unquote advise women about abortions. Whether they're making the right decision. The very active on social media. So there's that countervailing movement among people who are opposed to increase access to abortion one more thing on the activism from the side of the abortion rights movement. I talked to a number of them last week. One of the tactics are trying to take since they should. That's so weighed down. By so many moral imponderables. A lot of them are trying to as much as possible. Frame it as a health issue because we know that in fact abortions are widely performed in latin america by some estimates a so once that he's saying as many as one in three pregnancies end abortions hundreds of women every year throughout latin america. Either die or maim to these illegal procedures so to some extent the activists are trying to frame this as a health issue in other words. Basically saying these women are going to get abortions anyway. The idea is to ensure that they get them safely and that they survived a procedure. Such a strategy if you will. That's to some extent been used by abortion rights.

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"latin america" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

07:18 min | 10 months ago

"latin america" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"Earlier this month. Mexico's supreme court decriminalized abortion in the country. The ruling follows legalization of abortion argentina. Last december one of just three countries in latin america to fully allow them the slow liberalisation of abortion rights and latin america comes out of time that state governments of the united states have chipped away access. It's a dramatic flip of circumstances. So what can we learn from. What's going on in latin america and abortion. I'm gustavo you're listening to the times daily news from the la times. It's monday september twentieth. Two thousand twenty one. Today we talked to la times reporters who have covered the loosening of abortion restrictions and latin america. Their governments have long been influenced by the roman catholic church in the.

US Begins Flying Haitian Migrants Home From Texas

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 10 months ago

US Begins Flying Haitian Migrants Home From Texas

"The US tries to stop the flow of migrants by blocking the Mexican border at the Texas town where Haitian refugees set up camp but they continue to find new routes at the same time the U. S.'s started flying them back to Haiti thousands of patients are camping out under the del Rio rich with many saying they won't be deterred a U. S. official who spoke on condition of anonymity told the Associated Press several flights departed Sunday and that's just the start many of the migrants have lived in Latin America for years but are now seeking asylum in the U. S. as economic opportunities dry up some say the earthquake and disaster nation of Haiti's president make them afraid to return girly Joseph is with Haitian bridge alliance in del Rio trying to help them in the United States the super power for what first what country can not absorb the people at the border how do we expect he need to absorb them while some Haitian lawmakers say the migrants will be welcomed back others question whether or not the infrastructure is there I'm Julie Walker

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Climate Change Could Push 200 Million People to Move by 2050

Newscast - Africa

00:53 sec | 10 months ago

Climate Change Could Push 200 Million People to Move by 2050

"The mall bank one that reduced agricultural production water scarcity weisensee levels and other adverse effects of climate change could cause up to two sixteen million people to migrate within their own countries by twenty fifty. The washington-based development lender had released a report in two thousand eighteen covering climate changes effects on migration in south asia. Latin america and sub saharan africa and projected one forty. Three million people could move in those regions by twenty fifty throughout bank vice-president for sustainable development georgian vote gala. Says is important to note that this protection is not cast in stone. He says of countries start to reduce greenhouse gases closed development gaps restore vital ecosystems and how people adapt internal climate migration cook thirties by up to eighty percent to forty four million people by twenty fifty

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El Salvador Leads World in Adopting Bitcoin as Official Currency

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:32 min | 10 months ago

El Salvador Leads World in Adopting Bitcoin as Official Currency

"Salvador is one of the poorest countries in the western hemisphere and relies heavily on remittances payments setback from workers in the united states since two thousand and one el salvador has used the us dollar after ditched its local currency the cologne. The country is not known for leading the world in financial innovation. But on tuesday it's set to become the first nation in the world to accept bitcoin as a national currency. The move has been celebrated by bitcoin fans across the globe but on the ground. The reaction has been different with protests and popping up in the capital. San salvador are deputy editor for latin america. Santiago perez recently visited the country to find out how the government plans to make this transition work. And why it's taken this bold move and he joins us now to discuss high santiago. Hello how are you today. I'm doing well This seems like a pretty big deal. El salvador is a country of more than six million people. Starting today. it's going to be the first in the world to accept bitcoin as legal currency. How is that going to work well to start this giant step for the evolution of bitcoin. So it is quite remarkable that such a tiny country embarking such experiment so as of september seventh of others. We'll have the option to either pay for services with us dollars which that became the national currency almost two decades ago or they can use bitcoin for

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The History of US Presidential Transportation

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:21 min | 10 months ago

The History of US Presidential Transportation

"First us president of any sort to fly in an airplane was theodore roosevelt. It was rather short flight as airplanes at the time didn't have a very long range and it was probably one of the more dangerous. Flights ever attempted by president sitting or former come over after this short sightseeing flight. Us presidents didn't do any flying. It would be another thirty three years before an actual sitting. Us president would get on an airplane. The first airplane designated for presidential use was purchased in nineteen thirty three it was a douglas dolphin amphibious aircraft and it was operated by the us navy as there was no air force at the time. The co name. It was given was r d two. It could seat four passengers and there was a small sleeping compartment. The interior was custom made for presidential use with leather seats. It was stationed at the anacostia naval airbase in washington. Dc until nineteen thirty nine and during that time it was never once used by the president to be fair. Fdr was in a wheelchair and getting in and out of an airplane especially a small amphibious plane was probably something that he wasn't keen to do however he did eventually take a flight the very first airplane flight by a sitting. Us president took place on january. Eleventh nineteen forty-three when franklin roosevelt flew on. The dixie clipper was a commercial boeing. Three fourteen clipper which was operated by pan. Am he flew fifty five hundred miles to the casablanca conference in morocco to meet with winston churchill and charles de gaulle. The flight was done in three stages any flu rather than took a ship because it was considered safer than risking german u boats in the atlantic after the trip the army air force didn't want to rely on commercial airlines for presidential transportation. They proposed the president. Use a modified. C eighty seven liberator express heavy bomber. The plane was dubbed the guess where to when the secret service reviewed the safety record of the plane. They rejected it. For presidential use. The plane was used for carrying the first lady. Eleanor roosevelt however on a trip to latin america. But it never carried the president. The secret service then approved a douglas. C fifty four skymaster which was a transport plane used in the war. It was named the sacred cow ended. Had sleeping quarters are radiotelephone and a lift for getting roosevelt in and out of the plane in his wheelchair. The only time you used it was to travel to the yalta conference in february of nineteen forty five. This plane is on display at the museum. At the wright patterson air force base outside dayton

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Venezuelan Government, Opposition Leaders Continue Dialogue

The World: Latest Edition

01:57 min | 10 months ago

Venezuelan Government, Opposition Leaders Continue Dialogue

"Economic and political problems long ago extended beyond the country's borders millions of venezuelans about one fifth of the country's population have fled to other countries this weekend representatives from the government and opposition parties are meeting in mexico city with international mediators for more on this. We have the world's latin america correspondent. Or hey valencia. On the line from mexico city or the government and opposition in venezuela have dueling claims on power. Why the two sides meeting i mean. What do they want. Carol the many reasons for the meetings that are happening this weekend in mexico city can be summed up in two one word. Stalemate the authoritarian regime of nicolas's mother has strengthened its control power in venezuela or the last few years but at the same time. Venezuela is a pariah. It is isolated from most of south america and much of the world who rode rigas is a former vice president and the main emissary and the person who is speaking on behalf of nicholas modo here in mexico city this weekend. He made some remarks to the television dealer sued earlier this week info guy. They make of yet. Here's the pro that he gets saying that they have a number of proposals but they are mostly focused on the economy. Because venezuela has been economically sanctioned by the united states and by european governments who see nicholas model as an illegitimate president. And of course there's opposition leader guido who a few countries around the world still consider the president. Yeah the opposition led by kwon. Dole has not succeeded in their efforts to unseat the person who they see as a dictator their strategy has mostly been to rally amongst themselves because the opposition is a broad tent as many groups. It has been also to rally on the streets and to use the international pressure but they haven't succeeded so

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Venezuelan Government, Opposition Leaders Continue Dialogue

The World: Latest Edition

01:57 min | 10 months ago

Venezuelan Government, Opposition Leaders Continue Dialogue

"Venezuela's economic and political problems long ago extended beyond the country's borders millions of venezuelans about one fifth of the country's population have fled to other countries this weekend representatives from the government and opposition parties are meeting in mexico city with international mediators for more on this. We have the world's latin america correspondent. Or hey valencia. On the line from mexico city or the government and opposition in venezuela have dueling claims on power. Why the two sides meeting i mean. What do they want. Carol the many reasons for the meetings that are happening this weekend in mexico city can be summed up in two one word. Stalemate the authoritarian regime of nicolas's mother has strengthened its control power in venezuela or the last few years but at the same time. Venezuela is a pariah. It is isolated from most of south america and much of the world who rode rigas is a former vice president and the main emissary and the person who is speaking on behalf of nicholas modo here in mexico city this weekend. He made some remarks to the television dealer sued earlier this week info guy. They make of yet. Here's the pro that he gets saying that they have a number of proposals but they are mostly focused on the economy. Because venezuela has been economically sanctioned by the united states and by european governments who see nicholas model as an illegitimate president. And of course there's opposition leader guido who a few countries around the world still consider the president. Yeah the opposition led by kwon. Dole has not succeeded in their efforts to unseat the person who they see as a dictator their strategy has mostly been to rally amongst themselves because the opposition is a broad tent as many groups. It has been also to rally on the streets and to use the international pressure but they haven't succeeded so far.

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How Crypto Will Fix South Americas Money Problems

The Pomp Podcast

01:03 min | 10 months ago

How Crypto Will Fix South Americas Money Problems

"Simon's here. how are you good. Man figure permanent. Of course Let's start with value. Do you guys building what. What is the goal here. So in simple terms we are a business. I crypto payments solutions for letting america and we are focusing venezuela which is going to hyper inflation and because of that people are looking for stable currencies right for for new solutions and the interesting thing is that typically benders are the ones who said the medium and the currency that they wanna accept right so being a business for solution is actually an interesting way to tackle this problem because we're focusing on giving businesses away to charge in stable points their costumers and in a way we're creating this marketplace say namic within consumers and businesses and the final objective say is to create crypto economies in latin america.

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The Jews Settle in Cuba

Cuban Family Roots PODCAST

02:09 min | 10 months ago

The Jews Settle in Cuba

"Jewish settlement in cuba the first jewish inhabitants were known as morales in fifty eight. The bishop of cuba wrote to spain declaring that every ship back in havana was filled with hebrews new christians. These were jews recently converted to christianity in fifteen o to inquisition proceedings. Began against the merano's in cuba. The secret juice of cuba arranged for trade between the thirteen colonies. And the use of jamaica barbados and other caribbean islands. This unable the colonies to sell goods and by military and civilian supplies. The spanish constitution of sixty nine removed all restrictions on the settlement of juice in latin america and at that time over five honda spanish jews engaging commerce in cuba and five to six jewish families were amongst the wealthiest in cuba jews were among the founders of the commercial king sugar fields and the first refineries in eighteen sixty two through eight thousand ninety five many american us join cubans in their fight for independence. The first jewish cemetery in cuba was established by the united states. Army for the american jewish soldiers who died during the spanish american war in eighteen ninety eight in nineteen six. The cemetery were sold to the united hebrew congregation primarily by american jews. Most of the members of this congregation which was later named temple. Beth israel where americans who fall in cuba or came from key west and other parts of southern florida. After the end of the war between nineteen too many sephardi jews began to come to cuba amongst them young turks who had participated in the earlier revolt against the sultan of the ottoman empire other cames from mexico north africa and the mirrored iranian. They spoke spanish and had olive complexion and blend that well with the rest of the

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"latin america" Discussed on HASHR8

HASHR8

08:13 min | 11 months ago

"latin america" Discussed on HASHR8

"Today we to mazing guests lined up to talk about bitcoin mining and latin america specifically argentina. And that as well. I've liked to welcome one pizza. Co-founder venezuelan pulled dr. Minor to the show in nikko. Cto argentine patagonia one. Nick thanks so much. join us today. Thank you for having us. You will thank you second zach. Of course ashra jumping on with us on a phone. I'm excited yeah just a little note. Be sure to subscribe on our youtube channel for more streams as they pop up. Of course we do this twice a week with a lot of amazing guests. So one nick. We're gonna start off with a segment called chillier. Your bags zak with a few weeks ago. And i think is really awesome. Wait just kind of intrigue is into the livestream You know we have a lot of people on here. That people don't know about so while we start with you. Tell us what dr minor is how you go onto the bitcoin space and what you do dr minor and the nick will go into your Next well miami's venezuelan mining company. We are To be mining's Esteem and we started mining actually ether at the beginning. Every mexic- minor starts Abuse that's noisy so we set growing Industrializing linked getting got the machines would be reminding at the anywhere like more than between mining all do and we started understanding while. What's like which one has a long or long-term vision and also because he third a few wanted to switch Steak sc Trying to switch. They haven't yet. I don't know why so. And we've gone about mining you anymore so with his speech to bitcoin. All it seems dawson. Eighteen and so we started mining all he's venezuela a very spatial blaze for domestic minor for masterminding. I mean people mayes houses everywhere. Here it's very common. So that's how we started. Resetting miners people in their houses. I it's really in their bedrooms and from their beal something. Bigger than we started building larger farms studying started understanding how of being industries Sequel awesome makes nick. Scheele your bags to us when we are up to also my bags terms of the company started in two thousand seventeen Obviously it was bull run when everybody was trying to get into minding I think in my opinion was worst possible. Time to get into mining The company did not do too well for the first two three years Given that like. I came on on the bull run when bitcoin was at twenty thousand bitcoin crash. At thirty five hundred. And we trudged through it Kept growing wild la. Bitcoin was in. Its bearish market We expanded operations bought miners and right now enjoying the fruits of our labor and pushing forwards We started mining A little bit of everything Whatever we could get our hands on in terms of basics at the time I wasn't in the company at the beginning There was another Technical lead who purchased basically s. nine l. threes gps and a little bit of everything Mix and match When i came onto the company basically mouse of how much Each each coin each blockchain represented in terms of work. Manual labor maintained the miners How much each miners were consuming versus. How much the reducing and eventually We decided to just focus on bitcoin. Even that diversifying meant that we have to have different parts that we have to have different minors that we have to have different sectors of the data center that we have had different wires depending on the consumption so basically just standard is our entire operation to mind. Bitcoin so now we're focusing specifically on mining bitcoin. We offer some watching solutions to cover. Basically the employability factor of having a large mining operation and have more employees on the company So we're developing blockchain solutions for local companies in argentina and for some american companies as well So basically a little bit of mining and a little bit of developing on blockchain. It's awesome i. It's it's always interesting to me. Like the common trajectory of mining companies. Where like so many people start out mining ether and other all converged like both you pretty much said on either bitcoin ether or just bitcoin awesome With the first question. I i kind of want to give our viewers and listeners For those who are listening on the podcast later like a lay of the land. So we see a lot of headlines about mining in different parts of latin america From salvador volcanoes in geothermal energy so much hydro power all over the all handed back to unique and then To you also can you guys give us like Just a high level overview of where the hubs of mining are Across latin america. Right now where you see the most activity in terms of actual hash power and businesses as being incorporated across across the map of latin america. Where where's the most activity right now. Absolutely awesome in terms of deciding what i think. It's a very. It's very early stage in terms of mining Given that they have geothermal power that's being built out Right now in terms of mining. I don't know of any large operations that are happening right now in terms of larger mining operations That we've seen in person or seeing them videos of we seen venezuela we've seen power which has a huge amount of hydroelectric power It obviously has it. Saw lobbying and political issues like any other. Latin american company argentina's also growing pretty steadily in terms of in terms of expansion and power capacity for minors Basically one bit started. We were the second mining company to start in argentina right now according to basically tax documents and what we know there's around forty large operations in argentina awesome. Yeah same question that you on like what. What's the landscape like at a high level whereas whereas were the main hubs of mining while to me finish minnesota all of this in terms of its mining shirley as a very cheap electricity. Bryce nuttiest three scenes docents. Well on two thousand nineteen was totally free. So was a no brainer. So people started mining you out. Starting growing in show farce infrastructures. Energy company realized about it another charging and Worldwide is not free anymore so the reason why aids one of the inaugural we did as austrade a capacity Energy extremely chief. All free for years at the moment administered us around two x. Hashes i will say the second will be outta why. I'm not really sure of argentina Us already or still on their next No better than if he knows that number. I know Already seated annex hushed either no sorts in. But i i mean it's research elected someday it a venezuela will first Ottaway for.

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Sen. Cotton Responds to News of Saudi Arabia and Iran Military Coalition

Mark Levin

02:01 min | 11 months ago

Sen. Cotton Responds to News of Saudi Arabia and Iran Military Coalition

"The Jerusalem Post this is breaking Saudi Arabia has signed some kind of joint military cooperation agreement, which with Russia And Iran and Russia. Uh, are are going to be involved soon in a, uh Joint military exercises, and this is just the beginning. I think I even think in our own hemisphere south of the border of some of these Communist regime stick around when some of the others I think we're going to see this spread. So much of what we've done under both parties over more than half a century. Um, to establish our Our strength. Has just thought that it's so much of it is just melted away. I'd be curious of your of your opinion. I'm afraid you're right, Mark. You know what's happening now It's just a continuation of what happened in the Obama Biden there now that it's the Biden era, Russia had been a peripheral player in Middle East if a player at all since 1973 when Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger help eject them from Middle East, and Obama basically invited invited him back in after the Syrian Red Line fiasco when he refused to enforce his own red line. And now you've got countries like Saudi Arabia, longstanding partner of the United States, who see what's happened with Joe Biden's bug out in Afghanistan were abandoning not just Afghans who helped us but even our own citizens, and they think they need to start cutting side deals to protect their own interests. You know, some people compared what's happened over the last week in Afghanistan. Having decided on in 1975. And remember what happened. Saigon in 1975 small foretaste of what Lay ahead, Laos and Cambodia fell almost immediately. You had the horrors of Paul Pot, then become a rouge. Cuba is sending shock troops all over the All over Latin America and Africa as well. Russia invaded Afghanistan. Um, so for years that reverberated. I'm afraid that Joe Biden's impotence and incompetence in Afghanistan will reverberate for years to come

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Ed Raine, President and CEO of Food for the Poor, Describes How COVID Affected the Food Crisis

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:18 min | 11 months ago

Ed Raine, President and CEO of Food for the Poor, Describes How COVID Affected the Food Crisis

"Rain Tell us what are we looking at right. Now you've been the head of food for the poor since roughly this horrific pandemic messed with the world's economy and everything. So what's going on right now. Well thanks eric. I mean one of the things we have to say. Is that the hit that we saw in the us has been replicated in the seventeen countries that we support around the caribbean and latin america. And just as we saw the food crisis has been the number one problem. People suddenly finding themselves without work and in many of the countries the devaluation of their currency is also ensured that they are faced with limited access to food and the food they can find us at a great cost so that burden is greater than and then you know we're in the business of the sort of helping from a relief anyway so you add in what we typically expect in a given year with hurricanes and the flooding and so forth so you know think about las gio cova going on and then those two hurricanes. It slammed into central america. We were that to provide support but it is This is a a moment in time where we are very concerned for the countries that were supporting food. Is the number one

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Facebook bans firm behind Pfizer, AstraZeneca smear campaign

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 11 months ago

Facebook bans firm behind Pfizer, AstraZeneca smear campaign

"Facebook has removed hundreds of accounts linked to weight disinformation network operating out of Russia that sought to smear covered nineteen vaccines made by Pfizer and AstraZeneca Facebook says it's banned the advertising firm behind the campaign which had offered to pay social media influencers in Europe if they posted their misleading content the plan backfired when two of those influencers exposed the network which used fake accounts to spread misleading claims that disparage the safety of the vaccines one claimed AstraZeneca's shot would turn a person into a chimpanzee the fake accounts targeted audiences in India Latin America and to a lesser extent the United States using several social media platforms including Facebook and Instagram I'm surely after

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What's Happening With the Vaccine Rollout in Ecuador?

Latino USA

02:23 min | 11 months ago

What's Happening With the Vaccine Rollout in Ecuador?

"At the start of the pandemic equality was one of the countries hardest hit by the virus reports showed bodies piling up in its streets. They were frightening times. My name is mankind upping adelaida. I'm from kito. Maria lives in the capital of ecuador. She like everyone else could only follow the recommended guidelines where mask stay home as much as possible and hope that she didn't become infected but then came december eleventh twenty twenty the new york times and washington post now reporting that the fda has given the green light to distribute. Its covert vaccine. The first kovin vaccine was approved for emergency use. And a few days later the us began its vaccination rollout at first distribution was slow and uneven in fact even today vaccination rates in communities of color lag their white counterparts. But by april of this year the us vaccinating over three million people each day. Meanwhile in ecuador just a little over one percent of the population had received at least one dose. The country sought vaccinate. It's healthcare workers senior citizens and other vulnerable groups still distribution. wasn't smooth. Lot of people. Most of them were ill. They're equal how to wait for more than ten hours to get the vaccines a my grandma's best friend. He had the appointment to get her vaccine at nine. Am and she ended up getting her vaccine the same way but eleven pm and she is eighty two years old it for me. That was inhumane. The way that the treated the elders in guitar but long lines weren't the only bump inequalities vaccine rollout battles control the code nine thousand nine pandemic and latin america is underway but it's being hindered by patchy deliveries of the vaccine and scandals in the government related to is the ecuador and health may still fun call survived. The health minister resigned shortly after reveal that his family was part of the lucky ones. Unfortunately this wasn't unique to ecuador in baru. Both the health and foreign relations ministers resigned after news. At almost five hundred government officials and well-connected people had received cove nineteen doses before they were available to the general public and not cantina reports of people using connections to get access to vaccines also led to the resignation of the health minister.

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"latin america" Discussed on PPRO Podcast

PPRO Podcast

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"latin america" Discussed on PPRO Podcast

"They're they're the choice of payment methods that much like maybe another country so so what i'm trying to say is that i find it. Unlikely that that a super app will be able to be dominant or one single a super. We'll be able to be dominant in a market like brazil or any other large consumer market in latin america. Because there's simply more choice than people are used to having the liberty to choose what they want. What kind of product or service they they want to consume or us. It's a it's a bit different in my perspective's rage. I mean i. It seems like there's so much happening in in latin You know the the rise of e commerce You know different customer segments fearing war comfortable with purchasing things online now you know Picks coming out of brazil and You know some of the good payment on knicks is coming out of of mexico. New technologies to help mitigate fraud invader credit card. So i think yeah. There's certainly a lot to watch warren. In latin airman's will definitely be Running a podcastone focusing on fixing think as you said oriented Something that warrants. Its own podcast. So that wraps up. Today's episode and i'd like to thank my guests John tory meena. I know it's very early where you are at the moment. So thank you again for joining me and sharing your experiences and thoughts and other signing things. Much born in latin. Thank you meghan much pleasure..

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"latin america" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"latin america" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

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"latin america" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"latin america" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

"Well. I believe that the issue of inequality is something that we have taken lightly in this region. This is the most unequal region in the world. And in that sense yes we poverty going down but at the same time when you begin to leave poverty behind is ucla. For instance for many millions of of letting americans The perspective us to be in a vicious circle of not being able to advance while at the same time jozy excesses from the top one percent of the population. And i believe that in this case social networks have played a role in basically showing people. How difficult lives are while at the same time. Are this privilege People who are enjoying all benefits of the system on diabetes that Resentment and anger in that you've our society doesn't address. These concerns will be in the middle of play ship of explosions of rage. Like this during the future. Perfect segue from next question. Because all of this inequality and economic downturn is now also affecting politics which is growing to the extremes if you look at book alier both on the right and petro in columbia and gusty you one of the presidential candidates in peru on on the left. I mean there's no middle ground or can there can them a middle ground return in latin america. I believe that actually actually in the case of chilean we're going to see that the center hoax We don't know if it's going to be the center Writer centre-left believe that he's going to center left but he's going to the center and that it will be an example on how to deal with these pressures author of course very complex place. I believe that that late show the way for the rest of north america. Of course. Gary concerned about the the case of the rule. I i believe the most uncertainity tuition which basically neither candidate is gonna hit or is the right president for for the country but at the same time we have seen that in the rule things operate in particular way in which leaves the new president clashes with some of the powers that that exists will see political instability and change of of names on who is in the presidency but again these out of the of these confusion associated with when. This time's i believe that eventually will find a way on. The chilly would show us how at i believe that actually columbia will also find a way. Despite the fact that we are in the middle of of complicated situation. That sounds very good. And i hope you're right. It's the kind of the resurgence of the of at least in public discourse of the military in latin america. We've seen it in in brazil and inside about lord in columbia cetera. it's a continent of military who has generals dictators as kind of protagonists of the political world. But it appeared to disappear some the public conversation. Do you envision a comeback of the military strength. I don't..

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"latin america" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"latin america" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

"It was a very ambitious and complex propose help on a we so that for example. The minister of finance never went before public before as besides the first introduction of the proposal. Diene explain so the basics off his project so in that sense sort of a narrative became common in the streets. With of course most people had in read the proposal and when the water began to rise to his expression the government reacted in a very very slow motion so when it finally withdrew its proposal sort of things have taken a wearing movement already on e. became basically a protest against everything are meant percents. How does it end. How does columbia go forward. When i have to arias i we. We go thousand patients similar to chile expedients to at the end of two thousand nineteen. That process took a hundred fifty days of continuous protests in the streets. Sometimes more intense sometimes less intense again took five months so that's one was really clear that they are meant really engages in a data process. And in that sense you'll be able to settle diffuse some of the dangerous but i believe sadly that a if this other scenario less probability as thinks that now i i believe that a bite of the problem of the government is not being able to understand that this is a multifaceted problem and he has many sources as chima. Dongozi say this is the danger of a single sorry they will remain believes that this is basically a conspiracy in which we have violated the elements which is true. But he's not by far the only explanation. You and i know each other for a long time. You know i can talk about colombian politics for our is but you mentioned chile and the similarities are incredible because chilean's also went the streets supposedly because of a transportation hike in price. But the reason they went to the street is actually so many other things. So let's talk a little bit about. She leads the darling of latin america. You know everybody's so impressed with delay. They had a great vaccine response and they've had a sort of interesting constitutional reform response. But something happened. She lives now in as bad a situation as many countries in latin america. Why do.

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"latin america" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"latin america" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

"Sad that even the younger generations are not presenting some good news to us so this is a really good time to welcome the to ottomar. He's a longtime friend of both peter and i. He's an economist and inspirational speaker and a respected journalist. He's advised governments multilateral institutions the news organizations and has held positions as editor in chief foreign correspondent columnist abed editor among others. He's done really the rounds in the news. Business until recently he was editor in chief of portfolio columbia's respected business publication. He's won multiple journalism awards authored several books one of which is called and this is telling title for now latin america and the domino effect which is relevant for today's conversation. We got though. Thank you so much for joining us in alabama thank you. It is a pleasure to be with you this morning. On yes it. These are troubling times for these region of six hundred fifty million people. We just finished a very depressing discussion about this region. We talked about covert economic collapse political upheaval. Peter has also said that he's never been so pessimistic and he's a pretty optimistic guy. What is your assessment of the region as a whole at this time. Well let's say that you have to careful. Regarding journa- generalizing alter latin america because he eighty very heterogeneous region An we find both the extremes on all oldish shades in between so in that sense it is because on sometimes because one latin america although it is true that the recent trends. Dont'a luca encouraging. How do you see the future here. How does one get out of this problem. Well i'll say we'll get out of this program. The latin way in the sense that this is not a straight line and the yes. We are in the middle of a cycle very complex cycle because of the pandemic as well as as because of the political situation As well as people feeling the pressure of both an economic A health and social crises. By the time. I mean this is a region that has proven many times in the past that they can go forward probably it will do it as he has been this region Taking two steps forward one step backward but the net result at the end of this decade hall. I hope you be positive. Ricardo even though it's impossible and also irresponsible to talk to the about the region in generalizations. There are some issues that are affecting everyone. The covert obviously the covid related crisis. What is brewing. Underneath which is corruption inequality. many countries are living through a third or fourth wave of virus. And also a significant downturn in their economies and big countries like brazil are suffering greatly. How can countries like brazil for example rebound from blow after blow. No i believe that my my forecast for brazil. You will see up political renewal in twenty twenty two. I believe that people are getting tired of the bolsonaro versus lula confrontation. The and in that sense there is a high probability of choosing someone that looks towers. The future is as tangled in the past. And in that sense..

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"latin america" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"latin america" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

"I'm peter scheckter mony. This is such a hard episode for us. we're discussing. What is really a once. In a lifetime crisis. In latin america a region that is so close to our heart. It is our heart. No it's where you were born. It's where i grew up. It's where we both have worked and played and where we have family where we have some of our dearest friends. And i i gotta tell you i have never been more pessimistic about a region that i love for ten years for the last decade. We've seen economic growth encouraging strides towards equality strides towards better freedoms and most latin america. But now fueled with this pandemic. even the most stable countries are just breaking apart revealing such scars. And putting these new ones you know. Most concerning almanac is the erosion of democracy that. We're seeing everywhere from the rio grande all the way to patagonia and we're going to be joined by a good friend of mooney's than mine who is ricardo. Allies colombian journalist former editor in chief of portofollio. The most important business newspaper in columbia and one of the most balanced voices and latin american today. Peter sadden concerning is really an understatement. It's really hard to write this episode to you know to do it..

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"latin america" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"latin america" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"From your article. The question of what is possible via the ballot. Box still seems to be alive. One can can you say something about that particularly in this year of of elections. Yes it is. It is very sore question. It is in latin america. I think anyone who has followed jan daring cobian indian gay or is thinking of. How could things change in my country. you know. we'll be faced with that very frightening prospect you know. How far can we go before. We hit the reaction of the media. Kobina's and that a lot of that data from you know the private sector from other countries. Perhaps one country illustrates this more than others. Which is brazil. Lula who was president in brazil it was elected in two thousand and two and remained president until two thousand and ten new. A no common figure that was a worker manual worker. He has worked as a trade unionist for years. He contributed to creating the workers party in brazil. In overthrowing dictatorship he's a man who was Honesty in in wanting to change. No one can. We doubt when he came to power Detected a couple of times and you knew what present was like. He knew that if you wanted to transform brazil into a more democratic democracy country you had to make a couple of changes change the constitution basically is a very specific country. There was no struggle for independence. You know. the the former colonial power decided that brazil was going to be a kingdom. The constitution reflected a very different set of any powers in the country so the constitution needed to be changed. The media needs to be changed their all in the hands of private private owners and they are political after. I haven't got you know nothing. That's changed in this country and you need to change the economic model because brazil is locked in a position whereby it provides wrote material to other countries but is unable to create an industry where value can produce. Its own foods and Provide work and for for its own population so this needs to change and you knew older this. He had written talked about it but when he came to power he decided that the conditions are not there. Were not there for him to do that. And maybe he was right. You know. it's very difficult to say so instead of changing the system. We've decided that he was going to use the system in order to benefit those people that he had been elected for the poor and he did he raised in a millions of people from poverty. You know lifted them from poverty. He made it more possible to Stock struggles in factories against landowners..

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"latin america" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"latin america" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"That made it possible politically geopolitically and in terms of the economy as well so This is what happened in during this so-called pink wave so the wave rose by the wave also broke and we start from a very different vantage point from from rookie. A in two thousand ten and in your article in lamont diplomatic use the the image vickery's who flies to near the sun. The higher he goes the more vulnerable he becomes which kind of suggests that there's something intrinsically risky or vulnerable about the particular conditions for democracy in latin america. Can you explain a little bill. Why you chose that image to try to convey that situation. Yeah the idea is that there is a limit a structural social limit as to have far democracy or what we accepted to call. Democracy today will allow people to go especially people from the left it carries would have been fine if he had not attended to go as far reaching the sun but by going too far it's wings made of walks start to melt and by going too far precipitates his own and fold. There is logic at the very core of democracy. it's a progressive continuous increase in people's right people freedom people's capacity to decide for themselves and against this principle. This driving force you might say. Debbie's another that is as strongly inscribed in our society is as the previous one which the logic of capitalist profit making and there is a point where the two logics collide and the wings of the democrats. Start to to melt. And this is what has happened over. The course of centuries since may lead in the in the independence independence in latin america anytime leaders attempted to push the boundaries of what was expected by elite. Little too far then. There was a coup There was a military intervention. There was a reaction. You would argue. I think that really understand the situation. Latin america today we have to understand something of the circumstances in which those nations gain their independence and gaining their independence meant in terms of who actually had power and determined the way in which democracy was expressed. Yes the The democracy project of the nineteen th century never really came to fruition anywhere. I mean that would be an argument. You could make for funds for instance but there is something something specific with latin america which is the fact that the people who initiated the revolutions. The the breakaway from the colonial powers did intend for the colonies the newborn countries to enjoy more freedom but did not want the comics in the social hierarchy to change. who were they. They were descendants. From the colony from spain from portugal. And benefited. from the way latin america had taken its place within the International the world economy system which was a system whereby ritchie's came from trade. There was no industry. No local industry. There was no room for the development of a internal market. So that means that independence used the vocabulary of social emancipation of of of freedom of citizens right but only to break away from the center of power from the colonial center of power but not to actually democratize the society which means that there was a highest and which still remains in the way the societies were built and the prospects that they they kind of drew in order to to convince people to mobilize and the the very real intention for society not to change. So this leads to what Francis carlos fuentes a mexican writer colds a feudal castle. We've cardboard capitalist state which means that..

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"latin america" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"latin america" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"My name's george miller. And i guess this month is bruno. Lumbar renault is the deputy editor of the paper and the author of an in depth article in this month's edition about democracy in south america is entitled latin america's futile castle. You'll hear why shortly this year there are elections in several latin american countries peru and chile will vote for president and mexico. Argentina will hold parliamentary elections looking at latin america's experience with democracy since new nations gained independence from europe. Renault lomba in his essay compares the continent democrats to ecus the higher. They climb the closer. They come to true democracy. The more vulnerable the are to a full and latin america that usually means a military coup. Even dictatorship is the recyclable pattern. Does it have deep. Structural roots francis former ambassador to brazil allah rookie. Clearly thought the cycle had been broken when he wrote in two thousand ten. After decades of instability and dictatorship democracy seems to have taken root everywhere. We know now. That was over-optimistic the so called pink wave of progressive governments. That inspired his optimism. Did.

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"latin america" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"latin america" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

"That's where the whole issue is. How do we protect the informal economy but making sure that there's some elements of accountability and ownership are part of the process. I believe in shared responsibility. Responsibility doesn't go one way from the elites down from the government down and then the poor people expecting we need to find a way of continuing to help but at the With some level of expectation they need to contribute they need to also be active part not recipients but active part now what industries are those while that is the challenge and i would argue that every country will need to evaluate. What are the industries where they have some competitive advantage. We don't have the magic one for every country and i am a person particularly against standardized solutions. I think that every country should evaluate. What are they good at. And then leverage and that and that is where the private sector that know we have been criticized because they are selfish. And all these other that which i can fundamentally agree with but is the private sector where we can see and evaluate how it can become always know public policies that we allow the alliance in the public and private sector incorporating legis finished with that in these initiative that i'm very involved in central maggots wrangler. Norte what you have what they might do ahead hansel you know what. He's one of the most incredible things of these initiatives. What comes again and again out of the private sector is a social component. They are very at the beginning. i was like senegal. You say that because he would say no. We are not saying that because he looked be saying that because he's the only way to be sustainable is by helping the community by helping the poor and by developing these rural areas into the development that we'd like to be for a region pick out of the ernst. Thank you for joining us. It's great to hear a contrary alternate view. That's more optimistic. Beat thank you my pleasure anytime. I'm just gonna ask you peter. One word answer pessimistic or optimistic about latin america today in the end. I'm optimistic. Because latin america all was muddled through but the pain the suffering the difficulty the static to stagnation the unemployment the currency problems the inflation are all these pains that you just keep happening again and again and Sure there'll be a. I agree with that. He got they'll be a pendulum. Swing the the problem is like while the pendulum swing from one side to the other. The level of pains dramatic. I'm left with one. Really strong message is the private sector needs to step up and not just a giant companies but small and medium size companies have people that are involved in tech and new A new economic sectors absolutely cannot be apart from the political spectrum. They have to be inside involved and part as as architects of of whole regions renewal. I mean i don't believe in that at all. I feel like the in america. We have not taught anybody. And certainly no latin american student who studied here that the private sector has a role to play. This is a whole new issue. I mean only recently has come companies like levi's or Or ben and jerry's or recently been involved in social activities and social issues But it's a really recent phenomenon. I mean and you know most companies distinct that my role is to make money and if on the way i get to hire a few people that's good for society. Latin america needs to step up and this probably the the decade of the activist business in latin america. Hopefully thank you for joining. See you next time and ultimately..

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"latin america" Discussed on podnews

podnews

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"latin america" Discussed on podnews

"By the way you can enjoy the unveiling of the Infinite Style Twenty Twenty Canada, in a free Webinar which include podcast consumption figures. Figures for the country. Yes, or no, we mentioned that yesterday. This actually true today. The podcast festival is put videos of recent feature of podcasting event on their website for anyone to watch be careful. It includes me, but it also includes Jason. Phipps from the BBC and Kara Swisher among others solstice media, a media publisher in Australia has launched Solstice, podcasting a new national podcasting and audio production agency companies joined. Joined forces with Nikola Hack, a broadcaster and podcast Omni Studio have best practice for dynamic content in podcasts what it is and how people are using it. Bill Rosenblatts has profiled the European podcast markets and Mel Harris, says that Brandon podcasts at definitely a thing, oh, and here's a great quote from Robb Walsh from Lipson talking on the fees. Listen you this realistically and I think we've said this on the. The show of times in the past, if you took all the ad revenue in the podcast space and gave Apple, thirty percent or twenty percent, cut or fifteen percent, it doesn't matter for Apple. It's a rounding error of a rounding error on what their revenue, so I mean a billion dollars in revenue in the space and apple to thirty percent of that. It's still nothing for them as a business.

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