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Abe apologizes, but isn't charged for cherry blossom scandal
"Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has apologized to parliament over a political funding scandal that saw his secretary charged on Thursday. Mr Arbet has faced allegations that his office improperly topped up money for lavish dinners held for his supporters. Will Leonardo reports Sounding contrite. Japan's longest serving prime minister faced a barrage of sometimes angry questions from MPs. The scandal over dinners held before the government's annual cherry blossom viewing parties had marched. The final months of Shinzo Abe is time and power before he stepped down in September for what was said at the time to be health reasons. While she was secretary was charged with miss reporting political funds. Mr. Abbott acknowledged his previous statements to Parliament on the matter by one count, numbering more than 100 have been false. But he said he'd been unaware of what his office was doing, leading to incredulity from some MPs.
Shinzo Abe Visits Tokyo War Shrine Linked to Militarist Past
"A visit, creating talk Japan's former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited a controversial war memorial. The memorial honors Japan's war dead but also convicted war criminals. Islam Asan,
End of Abe era leaves Japan still searching for way forward
"Your Shahida Suda as the country's new prime minister on Monday. 71 year old Mr Suder was overwhelmingly elected as the leader of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, replacing Shinzo Abe has dominated Japanese politics for the past eight years. Mr was expected to serve until the end of next year, but announced suddenly he was stepping down last month, pleading poor health. There's now concerned that Japan could be about to return to what became known as revolving door politics when the country changed Prime Minister's almost every year, Rupert Wingfield Hayes reports. Yeah. You see that pit shuttle get this's something No one would have predicted even a few weeks ago. 71 year old Yoshida super being proclaimed leader of Japan's all powerful Liberal Democratic Party. And by default, the country's new prime minister. Mr Sugar is not known for his charisma or his oratory. And as he made his rather ponderous victory speech, you can hear why you know anybody. Ronnie. Still cocaine. I want to break down bureaucratic divisions invested interests, he says on the blind adherence to president indication to form a cabinet that will work hard for the people. That takes a kike Agos, Cary Most Japanese, No, Mr Sugar as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's long serving grim faced spokesman Up till now. He has always been a backroom guy. A fixer. He has none of the charm or diplomatic skills. Mr Abba used TTO win over President Donald Trump. But according to those who know him like economists and long term Tokyo resident Yes, Bacall, Mr Sugar brings other attributes to the game. Here is a man who gets up at five o'clock in the morning. Does 100 sit ups and then reads all the newspapers and by 6 30. He's starting meetings right with business people with advisers, you know, with outside economists, he absorbs like a sponge and wants to get things done for the country. He's not interested in any of the glitz or blink that comes with war nongovernment. The problem for Mr Suder. Is he has no mandate from the Japanese people. His elevation to the top job was a stitch up by L. V P. Party bosses in smoke filled back rooms. Perhaps because of that much is being made of Mr Segers Humble background. The son of a strawberry farmer, he worked in a cardboard factory to pay his way through college. He's certainly very different from most of Japan's recent prime ministers like Mr Abbott, the silent of a powerful political dynasty, but in the scheming world of Japanese politics Rashid, a circus. Humble origins could also be his undoing. According to Professor Koichi Nakano of Tokyo's Sophia University. Mr Silva comes from a humble background. He really doesn't have his own power base. You know, he doesn't belong to any faction on DH. He actually, you know, Rose to power because he was Mr B's preferred choice on the party bosses rally behind him, You know, emergency situation. But once the emergency situation is gone, and once the party bosses study realized that they're not getting all they wanted. I'm sure there's going to be past trouble. They're both from
"minister shinzo abe" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"State's wildfires, more than 1100 homes have burned down. That means thousands of people evacuated. Nadine MK Rendall is district director at the American Red Cross in Salem, Oregon. Financial Resources are starting to run a little bit thin as the evacuation continues, and we're seeing folks that are just seeking a safe place to come to be taken care of. More than a week after audio recordings show that he downplayed the seriousness of the pandemic. Back in February, President Trump's still denies that He spoke last night in an ABC News Town hall. I didn't downplay it. I actually in many ways, I, uh plated in terms of action. My action was very strong because what I did was with China. I put a ban on with Europe. I put a ban on and we would have lost thousands of more people had I not put the band on the Democrat Joe Biden has criticized Mr Trump for ignoring the science during the pandemic and this year's wild weather swings. Now he's received an endorsement from Ah prominent scientific voice. CBS's Vicki Barker. Four years ago, Scientificamerican took the unusual step of declaring then candidate Donald Trump unfit to be president because of his skepticism of scientific evidence, and his tendency to embrace unfounded conspiracy theories. But it held back from endorsing rival Hillary Clinton editor Laura Helmet. We thought this time we can't be silent. We have Tio make a stand Helmets claims The evidence at the science show that President Trump's rejection of evidence and science has damaged the U. S and its people. Vicki Barker, CBS. News in Japan. The passing of the tour You can time me from former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe handing off leadership to you, Sheehy Day Suga SNP futures are up 22..
Yoshihide Suga named Japan's prime minister, succeeding Abe
"In Japan have voted to confirm a new prime minister Yoshihide Suga succeeds Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who is stepping down due to health reasons. Sukha says his top priorities will be fighting the corona virus and taking steps to boost the nation's economy in the pandemic.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe officially resigns
"The new leader of Japan's ruling party, is now the country's first new prime minister in eight years. NPR's Anthony Koon reports from Seoul that outgoing Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has resigned. Citing poor health. Lawmakers voted in Yoshihide Suga in Parliament, where his Liberal Democratic Party has a majority. Suba has pledged to continue the policies of his former boss, Shinzo Abe. Asuka has a reputation as an uncharismatic but effective behind the scenes political operator. As absurd. Chief Cabinet secretary. He held the government's ministries in check, and his spokesman, He kept journalists in check while Abby was a political blue blood saga is the son of strawberry farmers. Before I be Japan had a string of prime ministers who only lasted a year each so many Japanese air hoping Sogo will bring stability and continuity. Anthony Kun, NPR news
Yoshihide Suga wins party vote for Japan prime minister
"Japan's ruling party has voted in a new leader, NPR's Anthony Kin, reports. The party's pick is expected to be confirmed as the country's new prime minister in a vote later this week. Yoshihide Suga beat out two former Cabinet ministers to win the presidency of the Liberal Democratic Party saga is 71 has served his outgoing Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's right hand man for the past eight years. He says he plans to continue a policy of monetary easing to revive the economy and building up Japan's military. NPR's Anthony Kun
Far-right Norwegian politician nominates Trump for Nobel Peace Prize
"I mean, if there was ever a stupid decision made in the White House, it had nothing to do with Covad. It was letting Donald Trump sit down with a media assassin like Bob Woodward, who's never given anybody affairs shake if they haven't are beyond their name. Uh, the rials story. To be honest with you is that Donald Trump has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Love him or hate him. Seems like it's probably a pretty good idea that he should be contemplated for that prize. John Decker's or Fox News correspondent from the White House this morning. What's the reaction? At the White House, John Well, I got the reaction firsthand. I was the only reporter personal. I broke this story yesterday and write about this news, and I said I didn't sit down. We didn't interview outside the Oval Office, socially distance standing up on got the reaction from the president and believe it or not. He was honored and humbled that you don't hear the word humbled on President Trump in the same sentence, but he did express some humility. It's not every day that a U. S president gets nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. This is for 2021, so we won't know whether the president won the prize until October of next year. But this is for the president's efforts in helping to broker peace between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. And fact there's gonna be a big ceremony at the White House is signing ceremony on Tuesday of next week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be there his counterpart. From the way he will be there as well. This is obviously a big, I think diplomatic victory for the president. Have there been reactions from other world leaders or people kind of being quiet about this kind of beer? Did you know you don't hear this? Remember this nomination? It's not as if the president has won just yet. There's only been four U. S presidents in our history who won the Nobel Peace Prize. Uh, so maybe premature, so I do know the president has been nominated before by another world leader. That's the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for the president's efforts in trying to bring peace to the Korean Peninsula, so this is not necessarily anything new for the president. But this comes on the heels of what is an historic peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. It is pretty remarkable. And I think even his critics if they were being honest would have to say this is something that that President Trump Take the election of frenzy out of it that he should get some credit for that. It's pretty remarkable. Well, you know the deal that was reached between the U. S A and Israel again if you have if you're objective about it, regardless of whether you have an R or a D After your name, it was historic, and it is a big deal and other Arab countries. Mandy, follow. You a lead an establishing diplomatic relations with Israel. John Decker, our Fox News correspondent, live from the White House this morning appreciated John. Congratulations on On that story yesterday and
How The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Affected Energy Industry In Japan
"On your it's not easy to get rid of nuclear power. Okawa is right. Taking apart. A nuclear power plant is not easy day CI has been in the Decommissioning process essentially since the disaster. And that means every day over 4000 workers stream into the plant, clocking in To tackle a vast array of problems. The radiation levels here are much lower than they were nine years ago. In most areas of the plant, you could walk around without special protective gear down by the reactor's, though the ones that exploded levels are still high, and visiting time to them is limited. Kozo Takahashi are TEPCO guide takes us down to see them, bringing into stark reality the challenges that TEPCO has faced here since the disaster. Crews of workers are bustling around in full protective suits. Takahashi points out each reactor, each with its own set of problems. He says a new robot had to be invented to get to melted fuel in one another had to be essentially rebuilt just to take it apart again. And then there's the problem of waste your time here at GH Eve, huge amounts of water pumped into the damaged reactors every day to keep them cool. In the end result is more than one million tons of that water piled up in storage tanks contaminated with radioactive trillium. Storage space is running out, and the Japanese government is considering dumping it all into the ocean, much to the dismay of local communities worried about environmental impact. This is all just a taste of what it means to decommission Daiichi, which will take an estimated 40 years and nearly $200 billion to produce no electricity. At all. The rest of Japan's nuclear power program isn't faring a whole lot better by 2011 nuclear power produced nearly a third of the nation's energy. But after the disaster, the Japanese government imposed new safety regulations that took every nuclear reactor off line. All 54 of them, and the Japanese public largely wants to keep it that way. Anti nuclear power sentiments friend rapidly after Fukushima. It was a very Great sense of betrayal. Alexander Brown is an Australian researcher in Japan. He studied the anti nuclear power protests that took off in 2011. He says that betrayal came largely from the fact that Japanese people had been assured that nuclear power was safe that no accident would ever happen. So it was much more than just about Ray, you have to pull out all the specifics of the accident itself. Huge protest broke out in Tokyo, tens of thousands of people marching through city streets and bright costumes, banging drums and Cymbals. And, of course, chanting the main slogans. Just give that one time we opposed nuclear power. The's big protests continued for months and spread to other cities. And even now, there's still protests everywhere. They're smaller, Brown says. And maybe not quite so eye catching, but it's sister and it's not going away. Which has left Japan in a kind of energy conundrum. With all those reactors offline, a lot more coal and natural gas had to be imported energy prices have gone up. As have greenhouse gas emissions. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his party have been pushing hard to restart the nuclear power program promising safety But needing to bring down costs and tackle climate change. The government on YouTube keeps saying you could apply the cheapest parcels. People don't trust it anymore. Tatsuo Suzuki is a former nuclear engineer and now professor at Nagasaki University. He says that the disaster and Fukushima made people completely rethink the cost of nuclear power. In broader terms, the social costs ofthe separation in the family. Losing the land losing their jobs. How can you measure all these impacts estimating the risk of nuclear power, But Suzuki says the choice is still a difficult one. When you factor in climate change and needing to reduce the use of fossil fuels, he equates nuclear power with a strong medicine that also has a potentially strong side effect. So which you will choose You may have to choose the nuclear power eventually means Clement chain is absolutely event for the world so the world may have to take medicine on nuclear power. But we have to very, very careful. And you have other choices. I would recommend the nuclear policy last Japan doesn't have a lot of other choices. Slowly, A handful of nuclear reactors in the country have restarted passing new safety regulations. Many more are held up in court battles as local governments refused to take the risk, and even more are slated to be decommissioned as utilities give up on them altogether. Back in Fukushima near Daiichi nuclear worker Kazu Okawa stops the car. And gets out to look at a site. He never thought he'd see tons of radioactive topsoil scraped from the Earth during the cleanup efforts being piled high next to the road. This is in Futaba, his old hometown, where much of the land has been slated as a storage site for this contaminated soil. Okawa says he'll never come back even if evacuation orders for the town are eventually lifted. Another guy who wants to live next to this. This nuclear waste. He shakes his head, almost in disbelief that I thought nuclear power was safe. Isn't thought it was 100% safe. But now, like a lot of Japan, he doesn't want anything to do with it. I'm afraid of nuclear power. In one moment it devastated our home is your home and now, Ochoa says he's 100% against it. Cat Langsdorf NPR NEWS Fukushima, Japan
"minister shinzo abe" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Came and chance. Tens of thousands of people gathered at the Lincoln Memorial to commemorate the 57th anniversary of the march on Washington. But I have a dream. Just like Martin Luther King Jr s. I have a dream speech moved to nation to action in 1963. Speakers today called for the same way We gotta stand up. Even when I leads Italian, we gotta make this dream come true. At least 14 people died when Hurricane Laura crashed into Louisiana's Gulf coast and hundreds of thousands of people are without power or water. Lake Charles Mayor Nick Hunter said water could be in short supply for weeks. We have six water plans, one was pulverized. Two are not working. Three are working in minimally. We have a fraction of the capacity that we normally have. Utility officials say it could also be weeks before all the power is restored. It is possible to get infected with covert 19 twice, and a Nevada man is believed to be the first U. S patient to be re infected. CBS's Dr David Vegas the length of time immunity can last when you're exposed to the virus. Is variable, and what we worry about is some people may not have developed enough immunity to give a very long protection period. He says. The patient got a slightly different form of the virus and was sicker the second time. In Japan. What I do. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced he is stepping down because of a health problem. World leaders wish Japan's longest serving leader a speedy recovery and praised his contributions to bilateral relations on Wall Street. The Dow rose 161 points, wiping out the losses for the year. NASDAQ 70 Point Game was a new high. This is CBS News. You.
"minister shinzo abe" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Thie calls for police reform and racial justice, game and chance. Tens of thousands of people gathered at the Lincoln Memorial to commemorate the 57th anniversary of the march on Washington. Just like Martin Luther King Jr. I have a dream speech moved to nation to action in 1963 speakers today called for the same way We gotta stand up. Even when I leads Italian, we gotta make this dream come true. At least 14 people died when Hurricane Laura crashed into Louisiana's Gulf coast and hundreds of thousands of people are without power or water. Lake Charles Mayor Nick Hunter said water could be in short supply. For weeks. We have six water plants, one was pulverized. Two are not working. Three are working in minimally. We have a fraction of the capacity that we normally have. Utility officials say it could also be weeks before all the power is restored. It is possible to get infected with covert 19 twice and a Nevada man is believed to be the first U. S patient to be re infected. CBS's Dr David Vegas. The length of time immunity can last when you're exposed to the virus is variable, and what we worry about is some people. May not have developed enough of unity to give a very long protection period. He says. The patient got a slightly different form of the virus and was sicker of the second time. In Japan. But I do. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe a announced he is stepping down because of a health problem. World leaders wish Japan's longest serving leader a speedy recovery and praised his contributions to bilateral relations on Wall Street. The Dow rose 161 points, wiping out the losses for the year. NASDAQ 70 Point Game was a new high. This is CBS News. CBS News Radio is your home for breaking news.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to resign over deteriorating health
"Announces he's stepping down for health reasons Prime Minister Shinzo Abe saying a chronic bowel condition he's had since he was a teenager has resurfaced. He says he can't risk making mistakes on important decisions. ARB is Japan's longest serving prime minister in office for nearly eight years. In total. It's the second time he's resigned for Pool House Simon
"minister shinzo abe" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"In a parallel universe where things proceed more or less according to plan Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Albay is basking in the glow endowed by triumphant Tokyo Olympics. . The games however postponed a while ago for reasons requiring no reiteration, , and it now appears that Shinzo Abe's victory lap has also been canceled obey Japan's longest-serving Prime Minister has announced that he is to stand down for health reasons he offered the Japanese people, , his apologies for failing to complete his term I'm joined first of all by Monaco Tokyo Bureau Chief Funeral Wilson. . Is this announcement is surprise. . Well, , everybody knows that Shinzo up as being well, , it's been rumored for long time. . We who's been in hospital a couple of times in the last fortnight. . So that's not the surprise I. . Think the rapid resignation did come as a surprise to many people including people quite close to you know there was a Cabinet Office meeting this morning and I think that really. . has taken a lot of journalists who follow the story pretty closely by surprise when he explained why he said simply that you know he's he's had a recurring bout of. . Ulcerative colitis which he's had since he was a teenager, , he said it's not going to get better without some serious medication and you felt that that made it impossible for him to continue. . Is there any cause at all to be cynical about this? ? It's not untidily on heard of four politicians for whom things are not going well to plead ill health. . No doubt people will say that I mean his excuse for the timing was that. . It's a corona virus pandemic. . We all know that he said number going down slightly for winter is coming and going to be another. . Whatever wave we're up to. . There's also going to be <hes> seasonal flu and he felt that it was time to to pass the baton. . You know you've got a new diet sessions coming up possible reshuffle. . It just was a very packed schedule ahead and he said that he just felt his health was not to it and he wouldn't be doing right by the Japanese people he stayed in his position. . How Japanese media generally reporting this? ? What kind of tone does the coverage of? ? Well I. Think . it's. . Absolutely blanket coverage his speech was live everywhere. . I think, , yes, , we had to notice surprise. . You know they say it's a sad fact in politics that once you've announced your resignation, the , big discussion as well who's going to take over so that's really where it's going. . Now I think the analysis about his legacy and he was asked about his legacy actually the press conference. . And he was quite frank about that. . That that will come in the next few days. But . at the moment, , the big big issue is who's going to take over him. . He's from him. . He said he'll stay in power until somebody <hes> takes over and I think they're now you know trying to quickly get some kind of election together it may not be conventional <hes> Lt P. Presidential election may not involve all the local Party members. . It might just be the Diet members, , the two houses and So that's that's the big question who's going to take over the does kinda preempt. . The final question I was going to put to you do we actually know yet? ? The likeliest next Prime Minister of Japan. . Well hundred we don't there lots of candidates, , lots of potential Kansas pluses and minuses to all of them I think a lot of people look looking at some very, , very reliable solid candidates, , Yoshihiko suge who's been chief cabinet secretary absolutely loyal up a stalwart for years he seen as a safe pair of hands and heavily being backed by the LP secretary general Mr Nikai who's WHO's extremely Influential behind the scenes, , his name won't be known too many people but he's very very important. . He's one of the names you've got Fumio Kishida policy chief of the L.. . DP? ? He's been a foreign minister. . He may be a little bit considered a bit too dovish. . They said bit too soft on some of the constitutional issues on China and Ibar who has been a longtime rival of. . Shinzo Abbas. . Maybe. This . will finally be his time. . People are saying he has a loss of local of grassroots support and he he could finally see his moment. . Now
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Resigns Due To Poor Health
"In a parallel universe where things proceed more or less according to plan Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Albay is basking in the glow endowed by triumphant Tokyo Olympics. The games however postponed a while ago for reasons requiring no reiteration, and it now appears that Shinzo Abe's victory lap has also been canceled obey Japan's longest-serving Prime Minister has announced that he is to stand down for health reasons he offered the Japanese people, his apologies for failing to complete his term I'm joined first of all by Monaco Tokyo Bureau Chief Funeral Wilson. Is this announcement is surprise. Well, everybody knows that Shinzo up as being well, it's been rumored for long time. We who's been in hospital a couple of times in the last fortnight. So that's not the surprise I. Think the rapid resignation did come as a surprise to many people including people quite close to you know there was a Cabinet Office meeting this morning and I think that really. has taken a lot of journalists who follow the story pretty closely by surprise when he explained why he said simply that you know he's he's had a recurring bout of. Ulcerative colitis which he's had since he was a teenager, he said it's not going to get better without some serious medication and you felt that that made it impossible for him to continue. Is there any cause at all to be cynical about this? It's not untidily on heard of four politicians for whom things are not going well to plead ill health. No doubt people will say that I mean his excuse for the timing was that. It's a corona virus pandemic. We all know that he said number going down slightly for winter is coming and going to be another. Whatever wave we're up to. There's also going to be seasonal flu and he felt that it was time to to pass the baton. You know you've got a new diet sessions coming up possible reshuffle. It just was a very packed schedule ahead and he said that he just felt his health was not to it and he wouldn't be doing right by the Japanese people he stayed in his position. How Japanese media generally reporting this? What kind of tone does the coverage of? Well I. Think it's. Absolutely blanket coverage his speech was live everywhere. I think, yes, we had to notice surprise. You know they say it's a sad fact in politics that once you've announced your resignation, the big discussion as well who's going to take over so that's really where it's going. Now I think the analysis about his legacy and he was asked about his legacy actually the press conference. And he was quite frank about that. That that will come in the next few days. But at the moment, the big big issue is who's going to take over him. He's from him. He said he'll stay in power until somebody takes over and I think they're now you know trying to quickly get some kind of election together it may not be conventional Lt P. Presidential election may not involve all the local Party members. It might just be the Diet members, the two houses and So that's that's the big question who's going to take over the does kinda preempt. The final question I was going to put to you do we actually know yet? The likeliest next Prime Minister of Japan. Well hundred we don't there lots of candidates, lots of potential Kansas pluses and minuses to all of them I think a lot of people look looking at some very, very reliable solid candidates, Yoshihiko suge who's been chief cabinet secretary absolutely loyal up a stalwart for years he seen as a safe pair of hands and heavily being backed by the LP secretary general Mr Nikai who's WHO's extremely Influential behind the scenes, his name won't be known too many people but he's very very important. He's one of the names you've got Fumio Kishida policy chief of the L.. DP? He's been a foreign minister. He may be a little bit considered a bit too dovish. They said bit too soft on some of the constitutional issues on China and Ibar who has been a longtime rival of. Shinzo Abbas. Maybe. This will finally be his time. People are saying he has a loss of local of grassroots support and he he could finally see his moment. Now
"minister shinzo abe" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"News Radio K O b. J AM Austin 5 90 A. M and K. 259 a Jay Austin 99.7. It looked like the Fourth of July. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. Big fireworks display After President Trump's big speech wrapped up the Republican convention, I profoundly accept this nomination for president of the United States in the White House. South Lawn. Joe Biden's agenda is made in China. My agenda is made in the USA. Fox's group Chickens more than 1000 supporters sitting no silly clothes on the lawn and shares most not wearing masses. The president highlighted his response to Pandemic crazy economy and drove him a message on law and order. As long as I am president, we will defend the absolute right of every American citizen to live in security, dignity and peace. Joe Biden was tweeting in response. Every example of violence Donald Trump decries has happened on his watch under his leadership and the Democrats running mate Kamala Harris. He failed To protect the American people. Plain and simple. The first World leader to meet with the president days after he was elected in 2016 going to Trump Tower just resigned. Fox's Simon Owen tells us who live. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Arbet announcing he's stepping down for health reasons, saying a chronic bowel condition he's had since he was a teenager has resurfaced. He says he can't risk making mistakes on important decisions are is Japan's longest serving prime minister in office for nearly eight years. In total. It's the second time he's resigned for poor house, Dave Simon. A lot of cleanup to do in Louisiana after Hurricane Laura hit doing a lot of damage have thousands and thousands of our fellow citizens whose lives were upside down Governor John Bell Edwards, six people were killed. Americans listening to Fox two Everybody. Kaiser is off the chain. Everything is in one place for you. Your X ray will be down there. The doctor will see you fear the labs are there for you. And then the nurses that work with you, Kaiser. They make you feel so at home. They're there to meet you. I would not be alive today. If I had my head. I feel really, really great knowing. Is a place that I could go to make sure that I can maintain good health. Every medical case is unique to one person's regretful Maryland to Shirley. Do Todd Jeffries here? I want to tell you about a new kind of insurance that I recently signed up for its called sidecar Health. And the first thing you.
"minister shinzo abe" Discussed on AP News
"Japan's longest serving prime minister Shinzo Ave intends to leave office because of declining health says his political party in the country once known for its short tenured prime ministers the departure marks the end of an unusual era of stability the scene of the Japanese leader strike up strong ties with president Donald Trump even as our bays ultra nationalism has riled the Koreas and China obey to Japan out of recession the economy has been better than you but the corona virus pandemic an update has failed to achieve his cherished goal to formally re right the US drafted pacifist constitution because of poor public support I'm Charles de Ledesma
"minister shinzo abe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Well S and P futures are gaining. This morning. They're open to PWEHR poised to open at a fresh record. We're coming up to 501 on Wall Street, and we check the markets every 15 minutes Throughout the trading day on Bloomberg SNP futures About 13 points down Futures up. 145 NASDAQ futures Down About seven the decks in Germany's down 2/10 percent tack in Paris. Little changed footsie 100 up about 2/10 percent. Nikkei 2 25 in Japan Down 1.4% in the Hank sing in Hong Kong up about 6/10 percent. 10 Year Treasury down to 30 seconds he'll 300.75% yield on the two year 20.15% Nymex crude oil's down 4/10 percent, or 18, cents at 40 to 86 a barrel Comex gold up 1.7% or $32.70 and 1965 40 announced. The euro, 1.1909 against the dollar. The yen one of 5.87 Nathan Karen, we begin with the final night of the Republican National Convention where President Trump look to stoke fear about Joe Biden in the White House. We have spent the last four years Reversing the damage Joe Biden inflicted over the last 47 years president spoke from the South Lawn of the White House in front of about 1500 supporters sitting nearly shoulder to shoulder almost non warm, asks. The president called Biden a Trojan horse for socialism and painted his first term as an unqualified success. The president's remarks, like others this week, also addressed the issue of race. I have done more in three years for the black community than Joe Biden has done in 47. Here's the president's speech was the second longest in history, though he largely sidestepped the pandemic. He mentioned Joe Biden by name 41 Times, casting the former vice president as a puppet of the left. Joe Biden is weak. He takes his marching orders from liberal. Hypocrites who drive their cities into the ground while fleeing far from the scene of the records. President Trump made just a glancing reference to protests this weekend. Kenosha, Wisconsin, while reminding supporters what's at stake this November. This is the most important election in the history of our country. The acceptance speech wrapped up with fireworks on the National Mall, with some spelling out Trump and 2020. The speech appeared aimed at making the election a referendum on Joe Biden instead of the incumbent president. We get more from Bloomberg White House reporter Mario Parker, He looked to differentiate himself from Joe Biden on crime, immigration trade. He also kind of alluded to unrest in Kenosha, Chicago. Without really talking about the root cause of some of President Trump Look to paint Biden as a Socialist with a speech offering a stark choice for voters, according to Iona College professor Jeannie's A. No. They're presenting such vastly different pictures of reality. You have the president out there acting as if he's not president of the United States and the violence that's going on in places like Wisconsin. Has nothing to do with somebody else's problem in somebody else's fault, and he's going to be elected and fix that right. And then you have the Democrats with their own view as to how things were going, so I'm just struck by how different if you watch these two events, how different the reality is. President also misrepresented some abidance positions, most notably on immigration and energy policy. Rick Davis is a political contributor for Bloomberg and former campaign manager for John McCain will be a lot of debate over what was and wasn't an exaggeration. Or, as the president likes to call hyperbole. I did find one thing in the speech that I think everybody in the country agrees with both Republicans and Democrats. And that is, he said that this is the most important election in the history of our country. And I have absolutely no doubt that's gonna find unanimous consent more inside an analysis on the president's speech 10 minutes from now when we speak with Greg failure, chief U. S policy strategist at a GF investments, But first we have political news out of Japan. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is stepping down. The resignation is due to health reasons. And it brings new questions about stability in Japan, Herewith Maura's Bloomberg's Isabel Reynolds in Tokyo before I came into office, we had a series of six prime ministers in his many years, but he brought a degree of stability is the top and he brought this focus on the economy. He brought in things like unprecedented monetary easing, He weaken bien and that have Japan's export is so there was stability. People knew what to expect from Abby. The problem is, we don't quite know who's going to succeed him on what to expect from them. Shinzo Abe suffers from all sort of colitis, a condition that's worse and by stress. Stocks in Japan fell on the news. With the Nikkei ending the day down. Nearly wantedto have percent back.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announces his resignation
"We have political news out of Japan. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is stepping down. The resignation is due to health reasons. And it brings new questions about stability in Japan, Herewith Maura's Bloomberg's Isabel Reynolds in Tokyo before I came into office, we had a series of six prime ministers in his many years, but he brought a degree of stability is the top and he brought this focus on the economy. He brought in things like unprecedented monetary easing, He weaken bien and that have Japan's export is so there was stability. People knew what to expect from Abby. The problem is, we don't quite know who's going to succeed him on what to expect from them. Shinzo Abe suffers from all sort of colitis, a condition that's worse and by stress. Stocks in Japan fell on the news. With the Nikkei ending the day down. Nearly wantedto have
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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. President Trump has formally accepted his party's 2020 presidential nomination. NPR's Mara Liasson says the president wrapped up the Republican National Convention last night at the White House with the speech attacking Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Trump spoke before a crowd of mostly massless, not socially distant supporters. He made clear that for him, the pandemic is in the rear view mirror. He told the crowd that if he's reelected, the best is yet to come. He mentioned Biden's name 42 times, calling him weak and completely in the dark. Joe Biden is not a savior. Of America's so He is the destroyer of America's jobs. And if given the chance, you will be the destroyer. Of American greatness. The president attacked Biden for being both a creature of the Washington establishment. And at the same time, a Trojan Horse for the radical left. Mara Liasson NPR news Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers was in Kenosha yesterday, where there have been days of protests over the police shooting of 29 year old Jacob Blake, a black man who was left seriously wounded. As NPR's Julie McCarthy reports, the governor faced questions as Mohr National Guard troops head to Kenosha. Protesters gathered in the Central Square is the half for the past five nights. But in thinner crowds, Governor Evers was pressed on why it took him four days to come and see firsthand the outrage and wreckage. The police shooting of Jacob Flake has ignited Joining Evers Lieutenant Governor Mandela, Barnes said It was a miracle that Blake was alive and then an armed teenager was able to allegedly killed two local men during protests was intolerable. What do you think is going to happen if you haven't agitated man with a long walking down the streets? Thinking that he's some sort of peacekeeper, and we have to deal with the devastating results of National Guard troops from Michigan, Alabama and Arizona are expected to arrive Friday. Julie McCarthy NPR NEWS, Kenosha Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is resigning, citing poor health. The prime minister is 65 years old and has long battle all sort of colitis is Abigail Leonard. Reports from Tokyo made the announcement earlier today following recent visits to a hospital. Obvious announcement that he'll resign comes just four days after he set the record as the country's longest serving prime minister. He held the position for nearly eight years. There had been speculation this news was coming after he went to the hospital twice in a week. They oversaw the recovery of the country after the devastating 2011 nuclear disaster, but he was not able to fulfill his long held goal of revising the country's pacifist constitution. That's Abigail Leonard reporting from Tokyo. Japan's Nikkei index ended the day lower ABS announcement. This is NPR news from Washington. Laura is now a tropical depression, dumping heavy rains on parts of Arkansas, Tennessee and southern Illinois. At least six deaths are blamed on Laura, which came ashore early yesterday along the Gulf coast of Louisiana as a Category four hurricane. A nonprofit group. That research is emerging viruses has been awarded a grant of $7.5 million from the National Institutes of Health. NPR's Maria Godoy says months earlier and I H revoked. The group's previous grant Iko Health Alliance is one of 11 institutions and research teams receiving grants from N I H to establish the centers for research and emerging infectious diseases. Global network will study how pathogens in wildlife go on to infect humans. The network should serve as an early warning system against future pandemics. In April, and I terminated another grant Iko Health Alliance because of its collaboration with a virology lab in Wuhan, China, the city where the current pandemic began. At the time Conspiracy theory suggested the virus may have emerged from the Wuhan lab. Many scientists announced the cancellation of the earlier grant, calling it move based on politics, not science. Maria Godoy. NPR NEWS a man convicted of raping and killing a 10 year old girl in Kansas, is scheduled to be executed later today. Keith Nelson is to be put to death by lethal injection at a federal prison in Indiana. His will be the fifth federal execution this year. Yesterday, a federal appeals court overturned a lower court ruling that determined the Justice Department's new lethal injection protocol violates drug safety laws. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington..
Shinzo Abe, Japan’s Longest-Serving Leader, to Resign Because of Illness
"Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe intends to leave office because of declining health. They departure would mark the end of an unusual error of stability that's called Japanese leader strike up strong ties with world leaders. Prime Minister's office says the report could not be immediately confirmed. On
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"Morgan Stanley and C I. C C also raised their price targets there in the broader markets. Here's what we're looking at the Nikkei is trading down about a quarter of 1%. In Seoul. The cost is down about 8/10 of a percent and then looking at the city markets. The sex 200 is off 1.1%. A couple of other notes Dalian 106 47, So that's so weaker yen. Dollar has also been weaker, although it's kind of steady at the moment, the euro is trading at $1.18 29 in the Aussie dollars. Right around 72 US sense, no riel strong catalyst. Today, markets have been kind of lifting on loose monetary policy on the reopening of economies. And all of this leading towards global recovery. And so we're just seeing a little bit of profit taking today. There's no major reason why markets you're drifting a bit lower the offshore Chinese currency right now, 6 90, 40 and Bitcoin is trading up to 11,325. That's a look at markets at Baxter. All right, Thank you. Brian Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, the target of health speculation. Surrounding a couple of hospital visits in the past couple of weeks, intends to hold a news conference on Friday in Tokyo. Meanwhile, one of his closest allies, I care, Amar is saying that he expects Avi will serve out his full term. North Korea says Kim Jong UN was present at a meeting on Corona virus. This comes after rumors about his health Hong Kong is easing some social distancing measures the end of the week. Hong Kong pro democracy activists. Nathan Law on a visit to Italy says Chinese businesses like Faraway could pose a threat to the West. Sure not Want to sit well with Beijing. FDA Commissioner Stephen Han has walked back his assertions about the efficacy of the convalescent plasma therapy, while saying he would never go against FDA policy and that consideration would never affect vaccine approval and efficacy. US. President Donald Trump is pardoned. Bank robber John Ponder, saying he had turned his life around. And as a testament to the power of redemption this before the opening of the R N C tonight in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Juliet. Thank you. And let's get back to Helena Cray, market strategist at Sex, so capital markets on the line for us from Sydney and let's talk about the virtual Jackson Hole symposium coming through this week. When we first found out it was virtual It was a little strange, but we're kind of in this new normal Now. What do you expecting to hear from J pal, and I guess what kind of implications that we're going to see in fixed income markets. Certainly I think we could definitely have some meaningful findings from the long awaited monetary policy. Frank what review from Powell on Thursday. I mean, we don't expect a formal announcement, but I think you could certainly get a signal as to where potentially the commedia place in terms of Changes to monetary policy and what we expect to be a very commitment to inflation. We really saw those July SL minutes somewhat pushing back on prospects of control, and I think that really raises the life of Outright food guidance on average inflation targeting really becoming thie policy killers for the Fed in in the future, So we have a guest. The commitment to keeping the funds rate close to zero until we have inflation between or even exceeding their 2% target on I think, with a period of above 2% inflation being tolerated. Really is an offset to inflation running below 2% so long pry under the guise of average inflation targeting then he really have a clear signal that the feds are going to tolerate inflation above 2% on DH that they're actually aimed for that outcome, And I think that's going to be really particularly people, I guess really real. On one of the trades that thrives off that persistent degradation in the field..
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"San Francisco. Eddie be a partner, Hong Kong is easing some social distancing measures the end of the week. FDA Commissioner Stephen Han has walked back his assertions about the efficacy. Of the convalescent plasma therapy while saying he would never go against FD F D a policy. Those clarifications on interview withdrew Armstrong of Bloomberg News and we're going to talk with Drew live in about 10 minutes here now. Bloomberg Radio Hurricane Laura just about ready to come ashore. Houston, Louisiana Coast worries air, wind and storm surge Hundreds of thousands of people evacuated Northern California wildfires continue to grow but at a slower pace. Some evacuations have been lifted Southeast Asia likely to be a spare the choking haze, which is blanketing parts of Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia There's been rain in the area and the Ministry of Environment Forestry says it is really help Hong Kong easing some social distancing measures the end of the week. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, be the target of health speculation surrounding a couple of hospital visits, intends to hold a news conference on Friday in Tokyo in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, Rish. Thanks a lot for that. Let's get back to guess itself and Tereza Cong is a portfolio manager in Matthew's Asia, discussing latest on the markets A Teresa asking whether we're being a bit complacent about inflation, and we look at the latest Inflation numbers coming out of both the United States and the UK, both surprising on upside in both those countries cool consumer prices, Ex food and energy year on year exceeded estimates by the economists surveyed by Bloomberg in its entire history by the greatest ever amount. So are we being complacent? Possibly. But my My bet is that over the long run, we're still in a structurally low interest rate environment. And here's why You know the key drivers of our low rate environment. It's really turned by things. They're very long term. Talking about agent population. We're talking about lower sort of heavy growth and even things like inequality and lower public investment. So all the things are here to stay now, over the next 3 to 6 months could interest rates go up to reflect the higher inflation expectations? Certainly What if us and your yields go back of about 11.2%? I would be getting long in there. So I do think in the short term inflation might be an issue. We think over three and a five year perspective, we think that raise a very wealthy. I know you guys air very much focused on Asia and China, Hong Kong in particular. We just heard of Baxter's say that we've got a little bit of unease and restrictions here. That's happening kind of slowly. One thing that's happening fast is Thies. I pose And you probably heard us do the news on and group. Ali Baba jumped. I mean, we had Ali Baba up 3.6% in the U. S session. Is this something that you're trying to do to really take advantage of? And if so, how We will continue to be I pose out of Chinese companies were both new ideas as well as companies that are listening from the United States being private and probably re listening in China at some point, the future. I think this is just part of the structural deepening of the capital markets in China, so we should look at the market cap of China relative to its overall GDP, its still a fraction where the U. S stands or where Europe dance. So we see this as a really a structural trend and yes, there will continue to be very good company Come out China. As well as some companies have probably weren't a little bit more delicious. Well, absolutely one wouldn't expect anything less here. So how does it lose the dial with regards to your investment strategy? I think overall, you know, we look at a very long term. And if you just focus on the fact that China has had very much of the ship recovery And it puts on a trajectory that is actually above where it would have been compared to the rest of the world as you know us and your continued to experience these ways of Covitz. You know, we think that the stories actually, you know, quite positive in China. Despite a lot of the short term, you know, us bashing that's been going on under the current Political under the current political election. Yeah, part of that's the delisting of Chinese companies. That's one reason why Ali Baba has been pretty hot here in Hong Kong is that people are moving money from holding the shares in New York to here. That's a process that we can probably play over and over again, right? Absolutely, you know, there's certainly no dearth of capital would be happy to be put to work in his jurisdiction like Hong Kong. And with the risk, you know that are out there with respect to no trump threatening the potential the listing off change companies here in the ice. You know, it is a thing that we continue to see with Chinese companies on the margin, maybe choosing to live in a place like Hong Kong over that of the United States. All right. I mean, you can't expect probably the US administration ahead of the election to continue to vilify China. So that's pretty baked in but is a Biden victory being big and very, very, very quickly. That's a really good question. And what I personally think is that US fashion of China is likely to be here even after the election. You know, there's no doubt that there will be more certainty with a democratic government with expect to just walking the talk, but I don't think we.
Hiroshima marks 75th anniversary of atomic attack
"Marked the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima today with a ceremony that was scaled down because of the pandemic. As NPR's Anthony Koon reports from Seoul. The bombing killed 140,000 people, most of them civilians. Participants observed a minute of silence at 8:15 a.m. At a ceremony in Hiroshima's peace Park. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe remarked that as the only country to suffer an atomic bombing, Japan must work for the elimination of nuclear weapons. Hiroshi Montemayor. Kazumi Matsui pointed out, though, that Japan itself has refused to sign a U. N treaty to ban atomic bombs. In a videotaped message, U N Secretary General Antonio Good, Harish lamented the fact that Postwar arms control agreements are unraveling. Japan still has more than 136,000 survivors of two atomic bombings. Their average age is over 83 there are 9200 fewer of them than last year.
The Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics were supposed to start this week.
"Lost Friday July twenty four was supposed to have been Japan's great twenty-first-century moment. A global audience of billions would have tuned in as the two thousand twenty summer Olympics opened with a doubtless impressive ceremony at the National Stadium in Tokyo. Inside the venue, few would have enjoyed both the spectacle and the attention more than Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for whom bringing the Games to Tokyo had been a major priority.
Tokyo governor, Abe say they'll cooperate on virus, Olympics
"Been struck that may help save the Tokyo Olympics skills. Rising Star Governor Yuriko Koike and her political rival, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, have agreed to cooperate to make sure it will be safe to hold. The postponed summer games there next year is just one landslide reelection, driven in part by public approval of her handling of the pandemic in Tokyo. She only that goodwill to keep the Olympics on track and you poll shows some 75% of Tokyo residents believe the Tokyo Games cannot And should not go ahead next year. Vicki Barker
Heavy rain floods southern Japan; over a dozen presumed dead
"Heavy rain in southern Japan has triggered flooding and mudslides, leaving more than a dozen people presumed dead, about 10 missing and dozens stranded on rooftops waiting to be rescued. More than 75,000 residents in the prefectures of Kumamoto and Kagoshima were urged to evacuate following pounding rains overnight. The evacuation was not mandatory, and it was not known how many actually fled. And H. K television footage showed large areas of Hitoshi Town inundated in muddy waters that gushed out of the Kuma River. Several people were standing atop of convenience store they as they waited for rescuers. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says up to 10,000 troops are being mobilized to help the situation.
Japan, International Olympic Committee agree to postpone Tokyo Games
"Breaking news this morning here on I? The International Olympic Committee has officially postponed the twenty twenty Tokyo Olympic Games. Pushing them back to the summer of Twenty Twenty One. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that he IOC President Thomas Bach agreed on the postponement saying quote. We have to think about the current outbreak of the corona virus. End Quote. The Tokyo Games were scheduled to be held from July twenty fourth to August Ninth Uso. Sarah her sean sent a message to the USA athletes which read in part despite the feeling of eventuality that so many of us have felt in the lead up to this moment. My heart breaks for you. Your fellow athletes around the world. Our friends at Tokyo. Two Thousand Twenty the people of Japan and all who are impacted by this global pandemic in the decision to postpone the Tokyo Games twenty twenty. We heard your concerns and we share them. I thank you for being so forthcoming with your perspectives and also for allowing us the time to hear from your teammates across all sports before making a recommendation to the with this decision. The work of planning a new version of the Tokyo Games is now officially under way.
Japan’s NHK television says Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will propose 1-year Olympic postponement during talks with IOC
"What's the latest on the Olympics of Shinto Ave or anybody made a decision yet about whether this goes forward in Tokyo this year well it's funny that you mention that April because a little more and a half hour ago dat Japan's prime minister prime minister Ave according to the national public NH eight NH K. the public broadcaster there in Japan they expect that the prime minister will ask or announce that they're delaying the taupe Tokyo Olympics about one year etcetera that means we'll do it earlier in the year earlier in the summer perhaps but that coming down just within the last half hour or so again public broadcaster NHK's that's their version of NPR is reporting that that comes a day after the United States Olympic committee said that they would like to see the Olympic Games postpone this summer until twenty twenty one so we'll see if there's any movement from the international Olympic committee later
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"Japan. Visit disaster relief. I'm Anne Cates. President Trump has been holding talks with Japanese Prime minister Shinzo Abe. Correspondent for Sanchez reports. The president is also downplaying recent missile tests by North Korea. The Japanese are uneasy about this relationship between President Trump and chairman, Kim have correctly, pointed out, as has the president's national security director John Bolton that North Korea violated a u n resolutions by testing those short range, ballistic missiles last month. So some daylight there between the president and obey also on trae the two sides, still far apart in a potential bilateral trade deal that could be another effort to pass the disaster relief Bill this coming week with these three words, I respect respectfully object Texas. Congressman ship ROY prevented the nineteen point one billion dollar disaster relief Bill from being approved by anonymous consent on Friday. He's unhappy doesn't include the four and a half billion dollars. The president wanted for the southern border. Though, the president was willing to sign the Bill without that money. Final congressional approval of the measure offering relief for Americans whose lives have been upended by fire floods and hurricanes could come Tuesday when the house holds its next session, Jerry bowed lender. Washington at thirty say tornado touchdown west of Oklahoma City has left. Two people. Dead. Reno oklahoma. Mayor Matt white. Our community. It would be the south side of our community hotel motel area. And also trying to park area along the lines of businesses also. So we're trying to take all the pieces up and said today point time star, the hall of fame. Green Bay Packers quarterback who won the first two Super Bowls in the nineteen sixties has died at the age of eighty five. He led the Packers head coach from nineteen seventy five to nineteen.
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"I'm Marco werman. This is the world. Good to have you here this Wednesday, Russia's Vladimir Putin and Turkey's wretched type era one met in Moscow today and Syria was at the top of their agenda. Putin told reporters later that he and air Do on discuss ways to stabilize the Syrian conflict. The two strong men have not always seen either. I regarding Syria Turkey has at times been more aligned with the us but ever since President Trump's signaled that he wants US troops out of Syria and demanded protection for America's Kurdish allies their turkeys been more inclined to turn to Putin to talk strategy in Bremmer is a writer and foreign policy commentator who heads the Eurasia group, a political risk research and consulting firm in what is rhetoric tie of everyone need from Vladimir Putin. He needs some sort of understanding that Turkish presence on the ground in Syria will be tolerated and that they can a limit the operating capabilities. Of the Kurds on the ground who they consider to be the Turks due to be a terrorist organization. So let's put a pin in weather. Putin will give everyone that security cover for a moment because at the start of their meeting today Latimer. Putin addressed everyone as dear friend. So let's dig into how their relationship is. How have a friend is heir to want to put in a lot better than it was. I mean Turkey is barely an ally of the United States right now in terms of like interests in the region type of political institutions inside Turkey is becoming affectively authoritarian state. I mean, they're real problems with the NATO relationship, but Russia and Turkey actually today get on pretty well. It's important economic relationship. Lots of Russian tourists that actually go to Turkey and a fair amount of interest insecurity in the region. And in fact, even you have the Turks trying to buy Russian components for their military operations, and as a NATO ally, that's kind of unheard of. Right. But in. Speaks to the important relationship that Putin and Arte one have managed to cobble together. So how would you describe the security zone that aired on wants in northern Syria? What what's the point the point would be both a permanent presence of the Turks on the ground that can't be threatened? It allows them to defend their border and to ensure that there is not movement of arms or individuals that they can't control again, including those Kurds on both sides of the border. And it also is a base of operations where the Turks can launch against Kurds in Syria. If they so choose, and certainly they've been moving in that direction. So when a in wretched type air to one, and we got these two strongmen very type A when they get into a room together. Do they play? Nice nice. As it more pit bulls and beating chests I've in both the answer is both and depends on when you catch him. I mean, look when when that Russian military jet was shot out of the sky by the Turks in two thousand fifteen so in less than four years ago that relationship went from hero to zero literally overnight. I mean, they were friendly. There was a robust economic set of relations diplomatic relations were fine. And suddenly, they were it was complete blockade, you know, pretty much overnight. And that was an enormous that reflects an enormous amount of arrogance on the part of both of these leaders who never can be wrong about anything and their advisers can't really get them off the ledge. I mean, you know, Erta one famously just blows his top people you remember, DAV? Devos when he got angry at journalists stormed off and left, right. Just took off and said, I'm having none of this and had rapturous support when he showed up Putin. Of course, keeps world leaders waiting. He left. I remember Marco left waiting for almost an hour. Once the pope the Queen, right? I mean, and that's the power play. When you have two older men that behave like that in positions of power this. It's obvious that they're either going to be completely best friends or the relationship is going to be flying disaster. And right now, it's it's on the friendly side. This is a budding bromance right now. And I'm sure it'll go fine until it is in Bremmer has the Eurasia group and is a frequent writer on US foreign policy. Thank you. Ian next. President Putin also met this week with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to talk about the curl islands which both Russia and Japan have claimed for decades now since World War Two, basically. But the culture on the islands that has elements from both countries Charles Maine's was just at Sakhalin island, which is nearby the carols. This is what he saw going to this place traveling around the island. You can see these remnants of Japanese culture old graveyard, some some architectural pieces around the island, but essentially just get this reminded of this shifting fortunes of empire. I mean, you have this territory that was part of imperial Japan that was part of SARS Russia later Soviet rule. And you know, all these wars, all these treaties. They've shaved the island's history. And they've also carried lives, of course in their wake. So people like must Yosi Suharto. Three. It was just sort of. He's a suckling resident who's ethnically Japanese. He was born there raised in Japanese controlled part of Sakhalin. And when he's seven years old that all changes. So we'd forces retook the island in after the closing days of World War Two, of course, then taking the nearby Carrillo islands as well. And so young he adapts he learns Russian and he later joins the Soviet army to guard against the Japanese. Is joe? So what's my saying there and he's speaking Russian speaking Russian? Yeah. So he he's saying essentially that when he was a service when he was serving in the Soviet army. He said, you know, they used to have these drills, and they make all these jokes saying the Japanese were coming from over there and these practice drills, and they say, what do you mean? He's coming. They're coming. Look there's one right next to us. And he'd say, you know, they'd all joke about that. Because of course, here's this Japanese guy among these Soviet soldiers. So the Russians who support the claim to these islands. There's a group that seems interested in the business opportunities like professor surrogate crooked pinko who seems to be holding onto Soviet values. What did you hear from him? Well, yeah. I mean, these days, of course, you talk to locals there. They like to tout Sakhalin's growing economy and integration in the region. But it's important to point on this a long way from the days when it was a Soviet territory that was closed outsiders. So Sergei Prokopcuka. He's a professor at suckling state university, which is. Let's professor Prokop incurs saying that you know, he was he was part of the Soviet Union. They were developing the city's factories on suckling and people who came to work and live there. You know, when he was a schoolboy, for example, he was not interested at all if they had some relations with Japan or not. So let's come back to the curl islands. This other set of islands being disputed today by Russia, and Japan, they're kind of to the east of the Sakhalin islands. What are the stakes around the curl islands? This is kept the two sides at loggerheads for over seventy years. Now, what's been interesting in this past several years Shinzo obey the Japanese Prime minister, Vladimir Putin Russian president, and that many many times trying to figure out a way out of this is trying to sort of centrally find an agreement somehow this is something of a mission for Mr. obey his in its with good recent. His father was a Japanese politician who was then at one point the foreign minister back in the early eighties. A he tried to negotiate this deal. Couldn't do it in failed. His grandfather was also involved with this. Back in the nineteen sixties, and essentially, so it's kind of this family attempt to her as Mr. obeys been trying to find a way to settle this issue. The problem is that he's fighting against Moore nationalist forces within Japan who don't want to cede any of this territory to Russia. Why does Vladimir Putin wants this territory? I mean what's his game here? First of all he's interested to degree in some kind of agreement because there's opportunities to develop the far east Russia's made this imperative in their their policies to try and develop the economy in the far east, and he would certainly be interested in investment projects from Japanese major business companies on the other hand. Mr Putin has also made restoring the Russian empire part of his kind of a major theme through his rule and look at for example, after the annexation of Crimea. This is of course territory that once belonged to Ukraine that the Russians have an in two thousand fourteen after that, Mr Putin's ratings went through the roof here at Rome, and it's interesting these days to see that public opinion is highly again. Against the giving away any territory back to Japan, we had protests by nationalist Moscow is Mr. obey and Mr Putin met here in Moscow the other day with the rest and just anecdotally when I was in Sakhalin just talk to people, and they would say time, and again that they were against this idea of giving back any territory to Japan, Charles Maine's in Moscow. Thanks very much for telling us what you found out in the Sakhalin islands. Appreciate it. Thanks Markelle so disputes between countries can also come home to roost at home for those governments the government in Greece was on the receiving end of that just a few days ago..
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"Complete denuclearization commitment by north korea's kim jong hoon during his historic summit with president trump has brought in a wave of reaction from asia and beyond australian foreign minister julie bishop says australia things the deal looks good but there's more to be done this is the first positive development we've seen involving north korea in either a decade we are cautiously optimistic but of course the tests will be there fixation of the denuclearization during an interview with the australian broadcasting corporation bishop also said the world's watching to see what happens next as president trump has said compete complete denuclearisation means the complete verifiable irreversible dismantlement of north korea's nuclear weapons program and that will they remove a real risk to a region and the world but we will have to see the concrete genuine steps at north korea takes iran's told kim trump shouldn't be trusted because he could notify any nuclear deal with north korea just as he had pulled out of the landmark twenty fifteen nuclear deal japanese prime minister shinzo abe's welcomed kim's written commitment to complete denuclearisation while china has said it may be time to discuss lifting sanctions on north korea a complete denuclearization commitment by north korea's kim jong hoon during his historic summit with president trump has brought in a wave of reaction from asia and beyond australian foreign minister julie bishop says australia things the deal looks good but there's more to be done this is the first positive development we've seen involving north korea in either a decade we are cautiously optimistic but of course the tests will be verification of the denuclearization peron's told kim trump shouldn't be trusted because he could notify any nuclear deal with north korea just as he had pulled out of the landmark twenty fifteen nuclear deal japanese prime minister shinzo abe's welcomed kim's written commitment to complete denuclearisation while china has said it may be time to discuss lifting sanctions on north korea the cubs returned to first place in the nfl central bb the brewers in extra innings chicago first baseman anthony rizzo broke the tie with a homer that was part of a five run eleventh in the senate it's going to be back on time other tough games it's it's which way the ball gonna fall for us fortunately this year they fall on our way while the red sox also find themselves on top with a sheriff first place in.
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"Flash and juliette valley in singapore it is seventeen minutes past the hour we check the markets every fifteen minutes here on bloomberg daybreak asia well it is a slightly better start to the trading care in asia than what we were expecting given friday's declines on wall street us stocks willing on latter than normal volume heading into the long memorial day weekend we do have the energy sector in focus after oil posted its biggest drove in roughly a year wti creating the asian session down another eight tenths of one percent sixty seven dollars thirty four that is impacting the resource heavy asx two hundred which is down by a third of one percent in early trade in sydney but we've also got a weaker yen of by around a third of one percent one hundred and nine seven two that is supporting the nikkei which is up by a third of one percent in data we had japan's april services producer prices come through rausing point nine of one percent year on year versus estimates of again of point five of one percent and south korean stocks rising of course we are hearing that the summit between trump and kim jong may be back on here in singapore the us ten year at two spot nine three one three the bloomberg dollar index slightly lower at one thousand one hundred seventy that he's a quick check of markets let's get it over to ed baxter now for global news or thank you very much surely as we're getting some headlines out of tokyo that prime minister shinzo abe's talking to parliament a he he is saying i that he wants to apologize as administration head over school deals records but then he says that he wants to clearly say there was no wrong doing in that deal which is under so much scrutiny so these are just very brief headlines were getting we will have more as they come in us negotiators in the dmz hoping to complete setup for kim trump's summit mr trump saying june twelfth has always been the day surprise meeting between cam south korean president moon jae in over the weekend china says its opposing what it calls us provocation and its territorial waters to us ships have sailed within about twelve miles of the parasols us president trump's new lawyer rudy giuliani is saying today that.
"minister shinzo abe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Mr muller in the president's crosshairs let's get the very latest now from lubes michael barr good morning good morning bob with the firing of deputy fbi director andrew mccabe the question in washington is whether the president will actually fire special counsel robert muller ed baxter has the story in our bloomberg nine sixty san francisco newsroom republican senator lindsey graham has a warning aimed at the president regarding a potential firing the tried to do that that would be the beginning of the end of his presidency 'cause we're rule of law nation the white house counsel ty cobb is email the statement he says in response to media speculation related questions being posed to the administration the white house has yet again confirming the president is not considering or discussing the firing of special counsel robert muller in san francisco i'm ed baxter bloomberg daybreak government officials in the us and europe are demanding answers from facebook after reports that cambridge analytica retained information on tens of millions of facebook users without their consent cambridge analytica is the advertising data firm that helped donald trump win the presidency the pressure from lawmakers may also foreshadow tougher regulation for the social network it's more bad news for japanese prime minister shinzo ave bloomberg's isabella reynolds has more from tokyo prime minister shinzo abe's popularity plummeted to record lows in two opinion polls carried out over the weekend after new details about the sale of public land for fraction of its value to a school operator connected with his wife while the opposition is weak and abby faces no general election for the time being his unpopularity will encourage rivals to take him on in a september election for leadership of the ruling liberal democratic party in tokyo isabel reynolds bloomberg daybreak president trump has called for drug dealers to receive the death penalty in some cases as part of his administration's effort to address the opioid crisis global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg.
"minister shinzo abe" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Everybody mark levin here our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one look there's a ton and was at here we gotta get all of it uh what's going on in houston in louisiana in these other areas of texas and so for just an absolute disaster does he what's going on here and uh we want to salute all the people who are helping not just the feds in state local people and the national guard and police at all levels although we we thank you and we honor you're doing a tremendous job and all the volunteers people might just waiting around neighbor helping neighbor it is a magnificent the see americans do what americans always do we could for cells we also do it for others all over the world and we're going to address this at some length the next hour with our senator ted cruz among others but there is real breaking news as well north korean missile passed over japan before falling into the sea japanese broadcaster nhk this is cnbc north korea's fired a ballistic missile that passed over japan prime minister shinzo abe told reporters early today it would be yesterday she's me would be tomorrow in japan a south korean military official told nbc news at the projectile was fired around five fifty seven am local time on tuesday us pacific command projected the missile splashdown at six twenty nine am local time this was the breaking news at the time japanese broadcaster nhk reported that the japanese government warned that in north korean missile was headed toward the tohuku region at the north end of the country nhk also reported that japan took no action to shoot down the projectile the japanese broadcast reported that the north korean missile broke into three pieces in fell under the city nhk also reported that the japanese government is convenient emergency meeting of its response team to collect and analyse information the south korean government has called for a national security council meeting seven a m local time according to a presidential spokes merson south korean authorities have not issued an evacuation order.
"minister shinzo abe" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Mark levin here our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one seven seven three eight one one one look there's a ton and we gotta yet all of us what's going on in houston in louisiana in these other areas of texas and so forth just an absolute disaster to see what's going on here and now we want to salute all the people who are helping not just the feds in state local people in the national guard and police at all levels although we we thank you and we honor you're doing a tremendous job but all the volunteers people wanted just waiting around neighbor helping neighbor it is a magnificent the see americans do what americans always do we do it for ourselves we also do it for others all over the world and we're going to address this at some length in the next hour with senator ted cruz among others but there is real breaking news as well north korean missile passed over japan before falling into the sea japanese broadcaster nhk this is cnbc north korea's fired a ballistic missile that passed over japan prime minister shinzo abe told reporters early today it would be yesterday she's me would be tomorrow in japan a south korean military official told nbc news that the projectile was fired around five fifty seven a m local time on tuesday us pacific command projected the missile splashdown at six twenty nine am local time this was the breaking news at the time japanese broadcaster nhk reported that the japanese government warned that any north korean missile was headed towards the tohuku region at the north end of the country nhk also reported that japan took no action to shoot down the projectile the japanese broadcast reported that the north korean missile broke into three pieces and fell under the city and hk also reported that the japanese government is convenient emergency meeting of its response team to collect and analyse information the south korean government has called for a national security council meeting seven a m local time according to a presidential spoke person south korean authorities have not issued an evacuation order the japanese government has urged people in tow who go to take refuge in solid buildings are underground shelters according to nhk i mean here here's the problem ladies.