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"league nations" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Be hard to mix wait so you go up to them and you say what we're wearing this one we'll both be wearing these bright green tee shirts with huge letters reading Amy cloture will be from these radical precinct captains the super into the attic supporters will just be showing support for a can of it but actively trying to court others in their caucus precincts the strongest campaigns had a cavity in each of the state's nearly seventeen hundred caucus sites the question tonight will be which ones will be most convincing locket and the ten ten wins for the results of the Iowa caucuses tonight at the Harvey Weinstein sex assault trial the defense continues to cross examine one of his accuser's attorney Donora tunnel has been asking Jessica man about email she sent to whine steam one says I appreciate all you do for me it shows a judge's also ruled that prosecutors may call another witness to vouch for man's claim that she reluctantly was involved in a threesome I Connecticut state commission today we'll look at the issue of eliminating cash bail as New York state has already done supporters say there's new emphasis on the issue in the case of folders new laws was charged with the murder of his missing wife Jennifer he had posted a six million dollar bond to remain free the loss was awaiting trial when last week he took his own life from carbon monoxide poisoning in his garage Jennifer do laws body has not yet been found as expected president trump's Mideast peace plan is not getting a warm reception in most of the region representatives of Muslim majority nations gathered in Saudi Arabia have rejected president Donald trump's efforts are resolving the Israeli Palestinian conflict the fifty seven nation organization of Islamic cooperation to rebuke of transplant comes just days after Arab league nations unanimously rejected the white house's proposals which heavily favor Israel the Saudi foreign minister said the kingdom back severs the push for negotiations but stress they must lead to an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital I'm Walter Ratliff news time one oh eight if your call workers around today they may be battling a case of Super Bowl fever most bosses knew this would happen hardly anyone will be in the office an estimated eleven million people told the boss in advance they'd be out today they take a vacation or personal day another four point seven million just called in sick but not Derek at five thirty this morning he was walking quick like a bunny no need for him to be out sick today all of the calls a motive in Kansas city found a giants fan so yeah maybe the giants were playing I definitely call in sick but it wasn't the diet but Brian had a good reason to go to work I know I got a look the guy got to get to the maybe the boss will provide some nice strong coffee today Carol.
"league nations" Discussed on AP News
"Muslim nations are rejecting president Donald trump's Mideast plan representatives of Muslim majority nations gathered in Saudi Arabia have rejected president trump's efforts at resolving the Israeli Palestinian conflict the 57 nation organization of Islamic cooperation rebuke of trump's plan comes just days after Arab league nations unanimously rejected the white house's proposals which heavily favor Israel the Saudi foreign minister said the kingdom backs efforts to push for negotiations but stressed that must lead to an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital I'm Walter Ratliff
Muslim nations reject Trump's Mideast plan in Saudi meeting
"Muslim nations are rejecting president Donald trump's Mideast plan representatives of Muslim majority nations gathered in Saudi Arabia have rejected president trump's efforts at resolving the Israeli Palestinian conflict the fifty seven nation organization of Islamic cooperation rebuke of trump's plan comes just days after Arab league nations unanimously rejected the white house's proposals which heavily favor Israel the Saudi foreign minister said the kingdom backs efforts to push for negotiations but stressed that must lead to an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital I'm Walter Ratliff
100 years on, how the League of Nations made the UN what it is today
"This is Daniel Dickinson. The world has seen huge changes. Since the league of nations was born one hundred years ago bought its twin aims of promoting peace and wellbeing live on today in the work of the United Nations. That's the strong belief of Blondine blue catch Lewis fell chief of the institutional memory section at the UN library in Geneva who explained to Daniel Johnson of UN news how the league was also ahead of its time in raising the alarm about climate threats such as pollution. She was speaking at an event to celebrate the first international day of multi-lateralism and diplomacy for peace held at the Palais day Naseem, the original home of the league of nations actually is not one reason. I think there are many reasons we are living in a complex world with many polygon issues, but also many economic and social issues that are more. A more complex and the to involve more and more actors and stick on this. And I think military's is a is an answer to that. How is the world today different to one hundred years ago when the league of nations was founded is it comparable is multi-lateralism. Still in the model, we need to improve people's well-being and fight inequalities. I think the principles are still more or less the same. We've just screened video today showing the activities of the league of nations and a lot of the people in the audience set of we still do the same. Actually, we do the same in terms of principles by the same time. The Joe politics have changed at the time of illegal nations. It was a time of Karenina which no longer exists. So states have different interests and way to behave. But also issues are more more global like climate change. For instance, the league already tackled this issue. You did the league. Nations. Tackled climate change came a change, but actually environments issues like pollution of the there was a convention in nineteen twenty six about solution of the. But of course, nowadays climate change is bigger issue than it was at the time. And this is something we need to talk together. And in your workers, the archivist of the UN legacy here of you like it the Polly denial in Geneva. What's one of the most interesting things that you've found in the course of your word in the course of organizing this event on multi-lateralism? There are so many things I'm here for twenty years. This year is also the university. Congratulations for twenty years, the beauty of being in the library and heading the archives. Every islands something we've found things in the archives everyday. I think what I've learned is that a lot of things that the UN is doing was done already steps were taken by the league. It's amazing. You we were talking about environment and pollution. It was there. We when preparing this event and other events in the sensory activities, we try to match sustainable development goals with activities at the league had an we barely one or two that do not have links with what the league did. And as the historian of the UN archive here in Geneva. What is very different about the UN today compared with the league of nations. It can't just be size. Maybe it's in terms of the civil society participation. Is there anything that really strikes you? So there are many things, of course, which are different. Of course, there's a legacy from the league, but not everything is done same way, and also instantly economic and social dimension has be taken into by the UN from the very beginning by having an economic and social council, which did not exist to the league, which was recognizing importance of these activities in maintaining peace. You don't maintain peace only by doing political activities and disarmament? But also in developing this. Activities. And also, I think the involvement of civil society. It started the time, but it has exploded. It's not commensurate to what they did.
Service and Sacrifice: Irish forces in Golan well trained to deal with challenging situations
"Rish military personnel. Serving under the UN flag in the Golan Heights. If been well trained to deal with challenging situations, according to the head of the contingent there there are one hundred thirty I rish nationals, including seven women currently deployed to the Wendy's engagement observer force that you went peacekeeping mission which was established in one thousand nine seventy four to monitor ceasefire between Israel and Syria. Many have served previously in other UN missions, including in Liberia, Lebanon, Kosovo, and Western Sahara, recently, the Irish contingent has been clearing mines. So that you enforce it can take positions again in areas, which had to be evacuated as a result of the civil war, which was taking place in Syria. Daniel Dickinson has been talking to the commander of the Irish forces Lieutenant Colin Lewis Flynn. I'm the contingent commander for the contingent which makes the fifty ninth if regroup on the we provide the Responsibility Act as the force observe. Company under the direct command of the enough force commander in order to achieve this task. And we maintain a credible in robust presence in the Golan to uphold the mandates and the Irish continued operates out of come forward. Which is where the force headquarters is located we maintain a quick Russia force and also reserve force within the amfar times, the quick reaction force is a small highly mobile unflexible force dot com. Respond to requests made by the force commander within fifteen minutes. Twenty four seven the requests can range from the evacuation of personnel from you in positions for various emergency reasons to routine patrols of the Bravo line on the east side of the areas of rain. The unisom also is self sufficient in that we have our engineering medical ordinance transport on the disk personnel who provides the capability for us to. To operate as in a self-sufficient manner. Are within our Mondays what role does the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force to give it it's it's official title. What role? Does it play? It's Mondays to maintain a credible presence in the Golan onto us best efforts to maintain the ceasefire between Israel on the Syrian Arab Republic. And to see the observed and what are the operating conditions like in in the region. I would put the operation conditions as challenging the area of perations is primarily focused on recall, the area separation between the alpha and Bravo lines. Both lines stretch for a distance of about seventy five kilometers from hermit in the north to the Jordanian border in the south area. Both lines in between. Both lines is known as the area's separation at the whitest point the area's operation stretches to nine kilometers, and is two hundred meters wide at the narrows point is that a particularly active area are the things. On every day, which peacekeepers need to react to on has over the last number of months has been reestablishing its its footprints in the area separation ju to the civil war which was on going in the area, the security situation deteriorated to such an extent that on withdrew most of its its presence from the area separation from the series from the Syrian side. Correct. They moved onto the side of the area separation until the last number months. We've moved back onto the onto the problem side and the Irish contingent is providing a level of engineer specialist search which we can go in and clear. Previously occupied a UN posts to ensure that all residents of war and Debbie are a safely cleared removed. So that can be occupied by UN forces. So that creates a challenging environment as technically difficult, but we have exceptionally well trained unqualified personnel to do those tasks wise it. Important for Ireland to contribute to on of I suppose since Arden's independence. We've been committed to a number of international bodies in the league nations between the world wars the UN after World War Two more recently the European Union on its predecessors at so it's a pragmatic assigned of our farm policy at a small state. So she's can commission on involve itself in the international order and provide a immeasurable presence in international peacekeeping on the world stage at wall sort of challenges do your troops face, especially those ones who who were on a UN peacekeeping mission for the first time. The first challenge is the the preparation on training is conducted at home before we deploy overseas normally takes approximately three months preparation period, where we'll go through the full remix of professional military training in the various specialities that we will bring with us. From dismounted infantry to the engineer specialist. Search teams to our ordinance disposal team our medical teams communications, so we can integrate fully as a robust mobile and competent enforce reserve and also getting understanding cultural or Stein of where we're going what we're going to do. And how we go about doing that an important in that is that we haven't ability to operate with our international partners owned the UN flying the other contingents within the on off mission. So that we can become more interoperable as we conduct operations. And but then there's also the personal Ed challenges even have obviously were leaving our friends and family behind in our in for for six six months tour, Judy. So there's an emotional price that personnel play. What do your men and women tell you about their experience serving as a as a blue helmet overall? I would say it's hugely positive 'em. They rise to the challenges by an allows of members of the arts festival will join the ability to to travel abroad to provide a real improvement in the conduct of the mandate admissions and to add a positive legacy to their service in the defence forces. So the professional satisfaction that they were saved and also the opportunity to operate with a multinational force, whom they wouldn't necessarily get the opportunity to operate with an also the exposure to a much wider civilian an NGO non-governmental organizations that operate in the area, we fully understand that the broadest level of peacekeeping and your mandate missions that military provide one elements of the solution and as far wider area covering call the comprehensive approach where all of the other. Non-governmental actors and aid agencies and provides support to the to to the to the wider conflict, and you're always benefit from not during experience seeing how people engage in tackle problems in a different way using a different lens of experience. So that's a huge using positive.
"league nations" Discussed on Radiolab Presents: More Perfect
"Go out and stop in fields recite poetry, you know, they were a modern couple in that they would have fun. So a few months after they start dating Woodrow really wants to marry Edith. And this is a problem for some of the people in his circle his advisors. Colonel house has one main advisor did not want this to happen. He thought it'd be terrible for the nineteen sixteen election because as it turns out, Woodrow Wilson, actually had an affair when he was married to his first wife, you had an affair with another woman named Mary pack, and he wrote Mary pack a bunch of love letters as he does everybody. Okay. So he's gonna marry Edith his advisor Colonel house who doesn't want. This marriage happen starts rumor that these letters going to be published and so we'll som freaks out. And sent a letter to eat, basically thing I had an affair. I'm sure you don't wanna be with me. And it's delivered by Dr Grayson. And so you to sit there she she thinks. About it all night long by the morning. She says, you know, what the past is the past rights and back a letter. She doesn't hear from for three days, and then Grayson appears at her door and says you must come with me to the White House. They go to the White House. Go up to the bedroom. Wilson is in bed, and she's like can you get my letter, and he sort of nods three months later. He goes, I have a confession. She says what's that? I had your letter. But I never opened it. I couldn't bear to open it. So they opened it together. But thinking about that a sitting president has gone to bed because his girlfriend is about to Cheltenham. So, you know, this guy he's he's a mess. Okay. Absolutely, absolutely. So let's fast forward a bit. So when did. When did he start getting sick of nineteen nineteen? All right. Well, we'll one is ended. At this point Edith Woodrow had been married about four years, and he comes home with the league of nations to try and get a pass. Nation. League of nations was held in the league nations is part of the peace deal that ended World War One. And it was Woodrow Wilson's idea to become the carrying house. Actor the slaughter of this war that killed an estimated twenty million people. He wanted to create an organization that would keep the world from going to war again. But it didn't look like congress is going to support it can recap at lodge and the Republicans are like, no. And that's because of article x provisions at would have committed American troops to help a member nation under attack. We are not gonna commit to sending troops around the world. And so we'll says you know, what I'm going to take it to the people..
"league nations" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast
"The other games, West Ham, lost one zero to Brighton, but it wasn't actually terrible performance by the ham. He's they look like the better team had more more chances bounces in go their way. I don't. I don't think this is. I don't think this is. I was I was worried going in. I thought maybe this is the game where wet West Ham is either sort of put up or shut up, are they? Are they actually going to be a real real sort midtable force this season. And then when they lost like, oh shit, there they're West Ham is back the big bad. You know, west of of September. August is back now. When they looked okay in this game? Yeah, the fans aren't storming. The field -actly. Burnley Huddersfield. There were literally no winners from this game. No, a winner from Burley, no winner from Huddersfield no winner from anybody to watch the game. There was there was just no winners in this in this one. And that is the rundown. Hopefully we can. You know, think back to these these great games especially like United in Pook castle for the next two weeks. 'cause we got international break. Coming up girls in it is going to be a long one. So get ready in hopefully still get some games under DVR to to go back and remind yourself of what soccer can be or just keep watching arsenal, Fulham. Yeah. Can you? You can keep spanking your monkey. That one. This is actually I have a quick quick little tidbit during international breaks, the Monia batches on YouTube testimonial matches. I wanted players play. Well, okay. All right. There you go. So like, see, see, you can see like shadows of, there's still so much personality on the field. It's actually a lot of fun. So that's my little trick. Watch one in that guaranteed. If you watch like Real Madrid testimonial or something, and you see like the legends touch the ball around, you're just like, wow, they're still so fucking cool. And you should actually do that. That's my way to get through the international break. We'll tip I ate. I hate shitty international soccer. I'm hoping that this league nations nations league or whatever the hell they're calling it in Europe. I hope hoping that raises the standard a little bit for for some of these games. Yeah, we've talked about it before, but so we'll see before we get to that. Let's do quick lap around the world. So we will start in Spain where rail and Barscelona both got tripped up yet. Again, I think so rail, Madrid, loss on an injury-time goal from mighty Elvis on Saturday in Barcelona, civil for a one one draw gets Valencia Balenciaga on Sunday. Yeah. So severe is now in first place in the league. Sixteen points followed by Barcelona at Leto on fifteen points and Real Madrid is even with Espanol on fourteen points. We've been saying this every week, this is the east coast problem. They got problems. I don't know if it's just east go because they haven't scored a goal. Obviously, east plays into this, but even scored a goal in like a month talking about rail, Android here, they and I think bail and Ben's more both now injury concerns like wait..
"league nations" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria
"They were desperate for American help at that point. So the United States actually didn't win the war. In a technical sense, it wasn't American troops, the infusion and the promise of American wealth, material and bodies because we were going to ultimately send three million over was what turned the tide in the war. Otherwise would have been a German victory on the continent. So we shouldn't spend too much time on this. But if you look at the aftermath of the war and this is, I think for me, this is the critical part and the role of the United. States after the war, whatever you may or may not think about getting into the war after the war. The United States had a critical role to play, and we talk about the failure of the reside treaty and all the things you talk about excessive harshness on Germany, it cetera. The treaty was never supposed to work without the United States, and what the United States was going to do was provide the essential balance on the continent of Europe, which would keep the French from trying to bleed the Germans white and having a draconian piece on the one hand while also providing France and Britain security that they had lacked which had led to the war in the first place. If the United States had stayed in Europe, part of league nations is only kind of window dressing of it. But in fact, if the United done after World War One, what America did to after World War Two, there would not have been World War Two. And that sort of the big point that I'm trying to make here. A situation had been created in Europe that was inherently unstable. The rise of Germany, the unification of Germany after eighteen seventy one created a situation in Europe where Germany was too big for Europe. It could not be contained or balanced effectively by all the European powers together. And so you saw three consecutive wars, eighteen seventy seventy one nineteen, fourteen nineteen forty one a continuous cycle based on this fundamental instability, it was only the introduction of the United States that put an end to that cycle and that is what America did after World War Two and that in my view more than anything else provided the basis for what we call the liberal world order today, it was a critical sort of redirecting of history that the United States accomplished. This actually allows me to bring us to jump way forward on this because looking back, it does seem to me that when Americans were watching what was happening. Thing in Versailles the alien nation that was taking place from American engagement wasn't purely abstract after all we won. The war wasn't like we have been defeated. There was a sense that we had involved ourselves in someone else's imperial project at wasn't really working out that well. And obviously, Woodrow Wilson bungle the politics. I think, domestically, partly because he had broken his promise not to go to war, which is always dangerous thing to do really big promises voters remember and Secondly had bungled relations with Republicans in congress at the time. But that brings us to an area where we did disagree at the time and may still disagree, which is about Iraq. I had a Cajun to debate Bill Kristol with whom you wrote off in favor of the war in Iraq. We were on a sort of program, and I said, look, I think the difference between us Bill is that you believe the war in Iraq has World War Two. And I believe the war in Iraq has World War One. And what I argue to Bill is that my fear was that we would squander American power to weigh the west squandered its own power, the western European nations squandered their power in World War One..
"league nations" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Been competitive many year, and maybe even when I was involved, we will never just compared to some of the teams are as good as some of the teams are always competitive. You always have to be as good, but at least you could be compared an organized, but partly see all the game. It was full. No could've been a UEFA nations. They say league nations. That's all right. Which didn't work out too well. Let me just remind if you have a MRs show missing Polk l- fan. We're here. The daily podcast on the website. Rickie always wanted to play baseball in the majors. He was playing camps before he could walk practically lived in the batting cages. He was behind home plate more than he was home and one day after all that hard work be found himself walking into a major league baseball stadium. After buying tickets at the gate, a news bleed seed obscured by a poll, but he was in there. No. Ricky never did play in the big leagues, but he did switch his car insurance to gyco proud partner of major league baseball, which saved him a lot, so well in all things were good. Ainland kickoff van UEFA nations the campaign tomorrow against spent interested me somehow England favorites ahead of Croatia who leave being in the semi finals of the World Cup, Spain very much. That seems to be a new era. Now in charge often, what was it? Three nowhere? We get, yes, from England, really? Yes. Price. I'm not really bold boards. Okay. Did you. Yeah, don't make sense up anyway. No outsor- to that is already like. Spain, of course, Louis re k now in Joan? Yes, big names retiring the summit. It's gonna be a nation of fallen out of love in Spain. It really with the team. That's the word said law. You might disagree with you not really because sponge full with the team a little. I think they have they've had. They've had tournaments where it's not going right where they flattered to deceive, and now they've got a new coach charge dropped Jordi Alba from the team. He prefers long. So of Chelsea there in? Yes. Does retard. Avid Silva has retied PK is retired as well. So there's a new. They still got a lot of quality about that team and it's a good test for England who I think two of the players probably smarting a little bit from people saying, well, yeah, you got to the semi finals of the World Cup, but it was a bit of an easy run. Right? Let's see what happens when they play Spain, breaking news on here, use in Spanish, part-time supporters. The onus support the team go good. Going, not good teams not very good. Don't get behind the teams up just because I think it was. It was true England team ahead of the World Cup for about a year where people became a little bit disillusion with England and the English nation fell in love with the team. Again of the World Cup happens. Looking at the quality on show, Spain, still bring an abundance, do they brought his abundance of the workup? My complaint about Speen Sydney, the workup is for all their possession for all the ticky tack. They didn't have a cutting edge, just wouldn't able to get Roan and trouble defenses the goalkeeper's anywhere near as much as talented possessions suggest and without dig. Of course for this one, those same questions remain. Can they get the wrong side of England? Candy really give this English team. Some new thing about I'm waiting to find out more on this game show the checkout all Duns. I've on the website. In the latest edition of the maximum. Her podcast is available to download now over on the website in to the show and big news today regarding film at teammates. Jemaine Jones cools retiring from international football..
"league nations" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"I will come out and say that the the live event shows the sunday shows on televised and the tools i was having a bunch of a man and i was really enjoying i it was just having this thing hanging over me career wise i'm heading down with here and that's never wear i've wanted to be and familiar no actually i'll bring this up with you now i never mentioned the the time my final day so we did wrestlemainia that year twenty fifteen in dallas we did rule the next day at the the arena in dallas and then pretty much i got kicked out the league nations that night and i knew storyline wise okay i'm pretty much done here and we're just gonna kind of run out the next few weeks in my contract or whatever it was and so i got kicked out of the the league nation story i'm wise i'm certainly finished that the next day we had a show the smackdown show in houston and houston building you go down you go into the door and you go down the drive down at giant ramp right well i went into the building day and i knew i was kind of tying up loose ends of that point and there was wong big issues i kind of been banging heads with talent relations about for a long time and it kind of came to a head that day so we gather to o'clock or whatever it is and around about three or four o'clock i ended up having this big kind of blow it with talent relations there was looking back over a silly we have this blow up i get very angry they get very angry i'm not on the show anyway so without point on my you know what i'm gonna grab my bags and go home on dog so this is basically meet leading wwe so it was a pretty kind of stressful moment obviously i was angry or mad that's not even wedding grabbed my bags or in straight to my car slammed my bags in the car you know start the engine off and start driving up that rampant in my head i'm still angry about this blow we just had all i'm thinking in my head is wow that's me done with me.
"league nations" Discussed on Little Atoms
"Dusted the plane's just sprayed mustard gas which i think was illegal at the time but you know i did it anyway highly into the league of nations to complain times man at the air because hip hit that point was was a member of the league of nations and all the socalled member states who was supposed to come out in aid of beleaguered comember didn't and when the italians one and prohibits had left leaving his country without anything pin ruler he went to league nations in any way then he came to britain and the next five years i think i think one of the things that i felt quite hard about was how wool is experienced by people who are not fighting it and people who are not spy women largely by women and children and the way mitch life goes on it just does it has to you can't stop because suddenly there is some italians in the castles of the road i remember when i was about fifteen we have met tempted coulda and we said coming home from school and migs came over very low and then the next day nobody went school wack or anything like that but i remember listening to the radio and if you listen to the radio when you want shape here and so a lot of relatives pretty freaked out wanting the hip you thought the whole city was it will but it wasn't the bed it was like this about run the ministry of defence downtown everything else was just like i always thought about that new stories give you the sense of the entire places a conflagration but it just doesn't really wet like that and so the kind of mundanity of life and the enormity of what's actually happening to the country just coexist the other things is the way in which kind of war is i don't know sort of the trauma saw not necessarily physical clearly so you know fear my grandmother never met an airplane before until they started booming ghandour.
"league nations" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"I'm glad he's doing well i hope he's straightened up and i guess back in the league nation to what this year too yeah well he right before we got on shams reported he's signing with the team in puerto rico for like the rest of their season like not like a year deal or anything so he's trying to come back good good for him and of young kobe can can can come back from the depths marshon brooks i don't see why may okay say omar cook she time where does mayor rank for you with with that kinda guy like mayo was to me right after lebron for highschool fina oh you see i was i was in college i was in kentucky where he was going to high school he was just yet he was that like that regional lebron he went on that national low of course but i worked at the store they do losses job 'cause he wouldn't give mayo because they were allegedly buying things with the random credit cards jay mayo i know i know they couldn't prove who's ever him you just dumb for issue school for some reason so yeah he was like the big see i was nowhere near kentucky as you're aware of and oj was still like highly talked about near me so i do think he was on that national level not obviously not lebron but more so than anyone else from that era that comes to mind trying to think of.
"league nations" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast
"Little countries would get in value invented the big or sri hunger or shower would disappear as a country in the fourteen points so you know there's there was some harshness in it but it was acceptable between victor and defeated the british and the french looked at it and said that's not tough enough it's way not tough enough and they created the for side treaty and it is super tough and wilson gave in on everything he sold out his own treaty in order to get the league nations is the is the general story anyway but it doesn't matter because the tree recite blamed germany and forced germany to pay reparations forced germany to pay money to britain france to pay for the most expensive weather had ever been fought ever the idea was to financially cripple germany what's the result and this is why when people like oh it's not really tough the germans were pissed you get hitler and the nazis hiller comes to power the nazis come to power not by being racist vaber racist don't get me wrong they were races but the number one thing in in hitler's stuff is the treaty i will get rid of the treaty i will get rid of the treaty i'll get rid of the jews but also get rid of the treaty and people said yeah he's probably doesn't mean that thing about the jews he means it about remember during the the twenty sixteen campaign where president bush would president trump would say things he wasn't yet candidate trump would say things and you get his people who like kellyanne conway congo you shouldn't take the pro you shouldn't take trump literally.
"league nations" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Iran if you want to protect the orchard on your side with arafat's found goal by that's right he said he said that he said at one point he said them you know um at one point inner catalogue says either y you you say that by joining league nations you're not gonna tear down you're not going to tear down the monroe doctrine but wait a second you're gonna make it impossible for us to keep this little area over here this never bothered anybody in a sense uh in in then a lull says well that's all very well if you're only goal is to protect that which are but if you want to make the fence bigger and perch it and a protect more orchards again in a lot of fall falls with the league of nations but the idea behind the league of nations would be was sort of a forerunner to the united nations that there would be a global universal system of international peace and security it would at least provide a measure of comfort against against a just a on on unencumbered aggression against a lot of as you think about foreign policy there's there's so much that we do that said about isolating a state like north korea or the soviet union during our policy of containment and so much that it's all about integration about inner that this notion of embedding i am betting people in a larger countries a larger order so that there is an you've got more in common that in conflict you've got a a shared a shared investment in the in the system and of course globalization has pushed that even further it right exactly you have globalization which is a phenomenon that has upsides and downsides and so of course be this innis innis system bits composed of sovereign states and there's no there's no trajectory released immediately or even the mediumterm to go to another form of political organisation but you do have this juxtaposition of of you know sovereign jurisdictions on the one hand and a global system of interaction and data flow and economic exchange and financial transfers and and also the downsides of of of disease and a glut of climate change and um and transnational terrorism and weapons of mass destruction so you have how do you navigate.
"league nations" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"That's a big deal much of it so the us acting assistant secretary david satterfield and a spokeswoman heather nauert they want to acknowledge that jerusalem's in israel out maybe maybe they haven't been israel and then been there and i mean you know a fence of this as saying washington's not in america now some of us wish but it is now washington is not an american and this this issue by the way isn't a seventy year old asia as our buddy david daniel harwit's points had at conservative review he's wrote a brilliant piece as he always does our buddy daniel horowitz the us initially recognize the jewish people's right to sovereignty over the entire the land west of the jordan river including jerusalem ninety five years ago you're not going to hear this on tv so stick with me but endless threats of the arab street has deterred them from following through with this commitment until president trump the fact that he's willing to break the same old paradigm of putting arab street concerns of of our interests and doing what's right as a very positive quality that will hopefully bear fruit on other foreign and domestic policies as well there never was an hour palestinian state in the holy land and all the land west of the jordan river was originally earmarked for the jewish state under the balfour declaration exactly one hundred years ago that plan was adopted by the allied powers and the league nations and 1928 nineteen twenty two on september twenty one nineteen 22 president warren harding signed h j resolution i house resolution 32 which formally adopted the mandate for palestine as official us policy the resolution recognised jewish dominion over all of palestine they know why the arabs in the area call themselves palestinians so you think they're indigenous to palestine the resolution recognised jewish dominion over all of palestine which was a jewish not arab term harkening back to the days of roman emperor hadrian so long as they recognize these civil and religious rights have christian and all other nonjewish communities and ensured that the holy places and religious buildings incites in palestine shall be adequately protected this is nineteen 22 the committee reported from the house foreign affairs committee recognize the godgiven rights to the land and the.
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"The british should apologize for it was a terrible thing i'm glad the british under prime minister theresa may are saying well no not at all we're proud of our role i would make one point here and i'm hearing egregiously from historian martin kramer i do so as often as i can seen as well this was an empire doing it to throw it has a legitimate 21 empire effort ruled the world in 1917 eight seventy seventy seventy get far back at you what your empires that's what role the world nationstates came later as a result of the british repeating the ottoman empire in the look kauppi arab nation grew up that had nations say put it never been there before and i think this is also important is what the british empire it was the international community oh that time which means we ally who defeated the central powers role will be now coral or or or one asthma welcome points out of the league of nations precursor to the un also embrace so did the un and let me the prince diplomat you have on i think wrote over wrote more eloquently event did offer bao it would be a data and and reparation to it by the protection of the allied powers in the renaissance of the jewish nationality hit back land from which the people of israel were exiled so many centuries ago that were going on now that's one hundred out of her serie were to and the fifty one nations of the league nations is accepted it voted for it and it was put into the preamble as was at seen remo raided the the at if there were were won the agreements with the turks with peace treaties they put the the balfour declaration into that as well so to say that this is simply the pure move as some are as you rightly pointed out and and the arab states xianmen a places like syria iraq gold emerged out of that period but no rabia saudi arabia jordan your which by the way the where we now call.
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"The exhaust i remember the famous uh uh john kerry comment about voting uh four sabic before he voted against something so what exactly took place her in regards to look to corker and his allowing essentially an end run around oh the constitution and senate ratification of what is by any definition of anybody with a threedigit iq a treaty yeah absolutely i mean the press secretary got exactly right what happened was uh we entered into those who until you treaty with iran and several other countries european countries russia and booed treaty was worn which uh were supposed to regulate how the iranians mike achieved good nuclear weapons or not anyway it was a creedy and the constitution specifies that you can't have a united states in art enter into a treaty unless you get twothirds senate approval and it was back requirement which doomed or or president wilson's with trump to have is growing the league nation trade you know he wanted it he didn't get it but then we follow the constitution back in and we didn't join the league of nations oh you know it had a bomb of their larry would be would have joined that we would have joined in any of that ride yet but part of the problem knows there was absolutely no way twothirds of a senate would have approved the treaty so what what happened was a deal was worked out in which congressional senate republican i wouldn't object they wouldn't say this is a greedy it can afflict of right and and and instead they pass legislation which required only a deep old majority nodded twothirds border they got that and of course who was the architect of this wildly in our ability wars senator corker whose you've chairman of the senate foreign relations committee indians bernard but nevertheless he was the guy who basically gave obama sought press secretary said was absolutely right and as an example of the congressional republicans adrian two albahm owes willingness to act like a monarch it was complete abdication of their congressional responsibilities your constitutional response both of these and they gave is a really bad deal a very bad really and so we get a new president who campaigned on the basis and part that this was an absolutely terrible caridi and since then we've seen the iranians really aren't working you know let me enough to the delight of.
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"Right so the peace pact is purely and negative doc caimant it says no longer will states wage war as a way of enforcing their rights now what happens when that prohibition itself is violated states can exactly use war to enforce the prohibition on worthy had just gotten rid of that tool so the first idea hear that is developed is by united states secretary of state henry stimson henry stimson happened to have been the yell college classmate of salmon levinson two years before the invasion of manchuria levinson had sent an arctic gold to stimpson where he laid out what he called the sanctions of peace namely that if the right of conquest in the old world order was based on the idea that states have the right the legal right to wage war the outlawry of war should remove that right to engage in con qwest so stimpson delivers chew diplomatic notes to japan and china in january 1932 where he says that the policy of the united states going forward will be not to recognize any territorial conquests from hero annan and the united states follows the simpson doctrine but the league nations also adopts the simpson doctrine so already in 1932 just three years after the kelli grant packed the peace pact comes into force virtually all the states in the world renounce normally the the rights wage were put the right of states to engage in conquest but the league of nations does very little along those lines after italy invades ethiopia turns out sanctioning far off japan is one thing italy another the league collapses in the.
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"United states invaded kathy molly in pointed either eat a man recognize it heating gay in a difficult but watching won't do about it you avoid some climbed all back clash at the dakota off one again wait at the allied pitfall if you can do it he guy but if you like with that he'll in justification bomb in order to prevent a backlash again youth the american power in the postwar period henry simpson was of course secretary of war i miss spe a spoke the professor has a ride in his book one more detail here because we might took we went past before but i think i wanna folded in in this effort to convince the american people and the world about the righteousness of the american british the good guys win the second war uh there was a movie named wilson that was produced by hollywood i've seen it it's very stiff and unconvincing but at the time hollywood celebrated it is one of the greatest movies ever made and it was presented as a way to wet to prevent world war three i see it as a repeat of the wilson 14 points for the first war it was seen as we did it wrong then we're going to do it right now and yet we've already worked through the ironies of wilson overreaching and a what you'd have to say creating the turmoil by promising what he couldn't deliver i don't think they saw that a 1945 no i will say it they can carry to because your reputation had ebbed and flowed across allow and tree um he won't any great off tv in the backlash against american invoke world flung thought he is ready to right he did you say at the end of world war in the state department a crusade eight league nation if you like in the united nations which is still very much as america's second com at will lead.
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"The last time you heard about any of that stuff over the last two three months very little very little isis had their ashead a tomb things are much quiet doesn't mean that something may not crop opera pop up i'm just saying all right so we will from there two president obama president obama on that leave from behind while hand everything off that the un handle everything and that's what's happened and the un by the way useless useless useless useless could could there be anything more useless the league of nations was useless what that was the precursor to the un they're the ones who basically said after world war one well we're going to be here we're going to set ourselves up and we're going to be this group that can stop a lot of this stuff before it gets ugly japan walk dan said were rearming ourselves we're doing all this stuff and you guys can't stop us were were doing this and they got up and the delegation walked out and the league nations looked around a real i said no power that's the un he what sanctions on all day long you can all of those things he's not listening he's not any likes the fact that he's engaging trump and vice versa because i think he thinks he's getting some respect but an outward i sleep well at night i do i sleep well at night eight four four dig chad eight four four three four or twenty or 23 chattha chavancy showed at cobb carry and andy what's happening i would come any about if they drop nick your weapon there can be the partly cloudy or not i mean and then structural play get beat yet get in that.