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Thousands mourn top Iranian military commander killed in U.S. airstrike

WBZ Afternoon News

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Thousands mourn top Iranian military commander killed in U.S. airstrike

"Tens of thousands joined a funeral procession in Baghdad to mourn Qassem Soleimani the Iranian military commander killed in US airstrike CBS's Iain Lee reports on what else the crowd was doing people chanting down with United States sat down with Israel as well and and that anger is just festering in Baghdad right now president trump defended his decision to launch the air strike while speaking to a crowd of evangelicals in Florida last night we took action last night to stop a war we did not take action just start a war CBS is Pam Falk on Iran's bid for a U. N. condemnation the U. N. is likely to debate the issue with no official condemnation expected in a debate this Thursday with the possibility of Iran's foreign minister Javad Siri participating that is if the U. S. grants some

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"pam falk" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"pam falk" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Miller extravaganza producing the big program and that yes here we made it and I I'm willing to back and I said this to both of you guys I think I'm willing to bet that if you were to serve a one hundred people right now but they're in a mall the outside somewhere I would say half fifty percent of people could not tell you the day of the week within three seconds I ate because when we're writing those teases and I'd I'd left Thursday and without double checking and then as you read it like a hole I hope it's Thursday yeah we did that this morning as well so don't feel that if you just walk up to somebody right now wherever you are and say three seconds what the the week of it three two one I don't think that might need to use some feels like a Monday kind of have no concept of what day it is coming up on the big program here today hope everybody had a very blessed Christmas you got what you wanted and if not you've already traded in or return it for something that you really did want three twenty four the rock Leri McCarron will tell us about his Christmas get us ready for a Titanic match up in week seventeen against the lions we'll talk box with Dustin god see at three fifty one for twenty one what happened to Kim jong-un's Christmas present for us never happened CBS news analysts north Korean analyst Pam Falk will dive into that we'll talk about the returning of gifts throughout the afternoon we'll take some calls after four thirty as well are you out there did you return things what's the etiquette for returning there's all kinds of things we can dive into that poly keeps this updated on the sports headlines of the day he's next on WTMJ one thousand that's how many breaths we take each day think about taking a twenty thousand step walk with the pebble your walk certainly would be compromised it wouldn't take long for you to stop to get people out well when you can't breathe through your nose each of your twenty thousand breasts are compromised every single day so why not start today and do something and then a simple in office procedures like balloon sign of plasti can have you breathing better three your nose in only twenty minutes I'm doctor Marvin candle after having this procedure and.

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"pam falk" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"pam falk" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"UN General Assembly the White House released information about the now infamous July call leaving Ukraine officials scrambling here it to you and to answer questions on the morning of their name what was then their new president's address to world leaders and the trump Zelinsky press encountered them took place we had I think glued to a phone call to us normally we spoke about many things mandate so so I think from you added that nobody bullshit bullshit me yes no pressure meanwhile pan as you've reported the U. N. is having its own money issues what's going on the US is the largest contributor to the United Nations and the US often pays late and does pony up with twenty percent of the entire U. N. budget roughly ten billion dollars but the V. is U. N. secretary general in October sent out alarm signals so did you win was in a cash flow crisis in part because they were not certain about the U. S. contribution by far the largest to the world body and by paying light and the U. S. has withheld funds from some of the voluntary organizations that the U. N. needs money for and so the U. S. was about two point four billion dollars in arrears to the peacekeeping budget now that wasn't just the trump administration it also comes from before but the trump administration has said they will pay most of their regular budget fees the problem is the lack of dedication or at least the perceived lack of dedication to the United Nations from the trump administration CBS news foreign affairs analyst Pam Falk at the United Nations thanks.

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"pam falk" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"pam falk" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Let's talk about the role the U. N. has played this year especially in the impeachment inquiry yes in twenty nineteen made the United Nations the location of the year in terms of breaking news as the place where president trump was set to meet with world leaders including the Ukraine president when the news of a whistle blower emerged as president trump was in New York for a speech for the U. N. General Assembly the White House released information about the now infamous July call leaving Ukraine officials scrambling here it to you and to answer questions on the morning of their name what was then their new president's address to world leaders and the trump Zelinsky press encountered them took place we had I think moods a phone call to us normal we spoke about many things mandate so so I think from you or at is that nobody bullshit bullshit me yes hello no pressure meanwhile Pam as you've reported the U. N. is having its own money issues what's going on the US is the largest contributor to the United Nations and the US often pays late and does pony up with twenty percent of the entire U. N. budget roughly ten billion dollars but the V. is U. N. secretary general in October sent out alarm signals so did you win was in a cash flow crisis in part because they were not certain about the U. S. contribution by far the largest to the world body and by paying late and the U. S. has withheld funds from some of the voluntary organizations that the U. N. needs money for and so the U. S. was about two point four billion dollars in arrears to the peacekeeping budget now that wasn't just the trump administration it also comes from before but the trump administration has said they will pay most of their regular budget fees the problem is the lack of dedication or at least the perceived lack of dedication to the United Nations from the trump administration CBS news foreign affairs analyst Pam Falk at the United Nations.

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"pam falk" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"pam falk" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"I think glued to a phone call free to us normal we spoke about many things mandate so so I think from you or at is that nobody pollution bush me yes hello is overrated meanwhile Pam as you've reported the U. N. is having its own money issues what's going on the US is the largest contributor to the United Nations and the US often pays late and does pony up with twenty percent of the entire U. N. budget roughly ten billion dollars but the V. is U. N. secretary general in October sent out alarm signals so take you when was in a cash flow crisis in part because they were not certain about the US contribution by far the largest to the world body and by paying light and the U. S. has withheld funds from some of the voluntary organizations that the U. N. needs money for and so the U. S. was about two point four billion dollars in arrears to the peacekeeping budget now that wasn't just the trump administration it also comes from before but trump administration has said they will pay most of their regular budget fees the problem is the lack of dedication or at least the perceived lack of dedication to the United Nations from the trump administration CBS news foreign affairs analyst Pam Falk at the United Nations thanks.

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"pam falk" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"pam falk" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Vice president Pence came talk about that report. And when he got to the UN yesterday what he did was turned right to the Venezuelan Basseterre. And looked and said you should leave. You should go back to Venezuela, and you should tell president Madero step down. All right now. What are the odds? I mean, the US is calling on the United Nations to recognize Guido is that going to happen? It is not likely at the UN for a whole host of reasons. But let me lay out who's on the side of Madero. Cuba, North Korea, not western hemisphere, countries, not Europe. And so even in the United States, it's not democrat versus Republican, both Democrats and Republicans seem Doro as a bad actor in international affairs. But he's hanging on he digging in digging in with Russian support. So now, go to the UN you've got it goes to the general assembly, not the fifteen members Security Council, and that's one hundred ninety three countries. Little countries have the same vote as the United States so within that boat. It may be hard to get two-thirds of that to actually change the credentials. The term regime change gets tossed around sometimes pretty loosely, but what's the difference between the push to get Madero out and other regime changes. And that is because one when we talk about regime change, we mostly talk about military action or covert action. They could actually say look, you're not conforming to international lawyer, oppressing, your people your guy jailing journalists. And opponents if the majeure if two thirds super majority vote to say, this is not the state that we this is not the representation of the state than than that can change the diplomatic dance. There's no question about it. But it was an interesting effort for the vice-president should try to say, let's do this diplomatically, rather militarily, and they and the US and the Trump administration has really sort of backed off a he said yesterday all options are open. But I think that the administration has sent out enough signals that it's not looking for military change. CBS as Pam Falk at the United Nations and still to come the price of insulin. As members of congress pushing on the drug industry, they are reacting and that story's next.

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"pam falk" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"pam falk" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Droughts and famines are inevitable. Well, we've got all these dire warnings from the United Nations about climate change. What is taking a so long to do something about it? It's difficult to get governments to think in long term periods such as that. And that's the problem that that the world is facing and particularly its facing because of the of the lack of interest in pursuing these ambitions that's coming from the administration in Washington, which attended the last conference that the UN held this one cat vici in Poland. Promoting the continued use of coal, which of course, is one of the filthiest fuels around the the end of the use of which the environmentalists say is absolutely necessary. If we're to preserve a planet. Anything like the one we have now fighting for our own future. CBS news. Correspondent Mark Phillips in London. Thank you, Mark. My pleasure. Let's talk now with CBS news foreign affairs, analysts Pam Falk at the United Nations. Pam let's start with that new US ambassador to the UN nominee had an hour. What challenges do you think she faces? She faces very. Important challenges and very consequential challenges because the UN is stymied on some of the biggest issues in the world and the United States and Russia are not agreeing on much at the United Nations. So she has to face a U N that not only is stymied. But it comes at a time when the Trump administration has cut funding of many programs and withdrawn from several international agreements. So all of that is something she will have to face and still try to balance a good relationship for the areas where the United States does want cooperation how could she do that though if she has no political or policy making experience only having worked at Fox News as a correspondent. And then if the State Department is a spokesperson she will be coming to the United Nations in an unusual position. Most of the US ambassador to the UN have come with some experience embassador Haley came as a former governor, but she comes. With the experience of being the spokesperson for the State Department. And so she is familiar with the issues. She just doesn't come with foreign policy per se experience. And so I think that will be a big challenge. It will also be a challenge to deal with diplomats. That's something that takes a little bit of knowledge a little bit of experience. But I think that's where we'll see if the confirmation hearings if she defends herself well and comports yourself well on trying to explain how she will get what the United States wants at a time when the US has pulled out of the Paris climate agreements, the global compact on migration and several other UN agencies was Nikki Haley ineffective ambassador to the UN. Absolutely. She she has been a very effective UN ambassador, and she spoke with the authority of the president because she was a cabinet level, and that was perceived by diplomats, and so she made strides in many areas. She has been absolutely tough on trying to bring the UN around to not be especially the general assembly. Not be so anti Israel. She has been very successful on North Korean negotiations and nuclear weapons negotiations less. So as the world is less so on Syria and the crisis in Yemen. But we still that's still an open book. She took up his position at a very rough time for the United Nations. But her travels around the world her personal diplomacy has really paid off. And she's been very effective. Looking back at the year for the US at the UN has the country been leaning into the world at the UN. Or is it retreating? Oh, it's absolutely retreating. And that's going to take either the next president and the next UN ambassador a lot of time to try to recoup because the world is perceiving that the United States is. Retreating from a multilateral approach and just going it alone. And that's very difficult when it comes to migration, it's differ- difficult, and perhaps much less successful. When it comes to climate CBS news foreign affairs analyst been folk on the year end roundup. Thanks, pam. Absolutely. Steve good to be here. Coming up on the.

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"pam falk" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"pam falk" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Droughts and famines are inevitable. Well, we've got all these dire warnings from the United Nations about climate change. What is taking a so long to do something about it? It's difficult to get governments to think in long term periods such as that. And that's the problem that that the world is facing and particularly its facing because of the of the lack of interest in pursuing these ambitions that's coming from the administration in Washington, which attended the last conference that the UN held this one academy CI in Poland. Promoting the continued use of coal, which of course, is a one of the filthiest fuels around the the end of the use of which the environmentalists say is absolutely necessary. If we're to preserve a planet. Anything like the one we have now fighting for our own future. CBS news. Correspondent Mark Phillips in London. Thank you, Mark. My pleasure. Let's talk now with CBS news foreign affairs analyst, Pam Falk at the United Nations. Pam let's start with that new US ambassador to the UN nominee had an hour. What challenges do you think she faces? She faces very. Important challenges and very consequential challenges because the UN is stymied on some of the biggest issues in the world and the United States in Russia are not agreeing on much at the United Nations. So she has to face a U N that not only is stymied. But it comes at a time when the Trump administration has cut funding of many programs and withdrawn from several international agreements. So all of that is something she will have to face and still try to balance a good relationship for the areas where the United States does want cooperation how could she do that though if she has no political or policy making experience only having worked at Fox News as a correspondent. And then if the State Department spokesperson she will be coming to the United Nations in an unusual position. Most of the US ambassador to the UN have come with some experience embassador Haley came as a former governor, but she comes. With the experience of being the spokesperson for the State Department. And so she is familiar with the issues. She just doesn't come with foreign policy per se experience. And so I think that will be a big challenge. It will also be challenged to deal with diplomats. That's something that takes it a little bit of knowledge a little bit of experience. But I think that's where we'll see at the confirmation hearings if she defends herself well and comports yourself well on trying to explain how she will get what the United States wants at a time when the US has pulled out of the Paris climate agreements, the global compact on migration and several other UN agencies was Nikki Haley ineffective ambassador to the UN. Absolutely. She she has been a very effective UN ambassador, and she spoke with the authority of the president because she was a cabinet level, and that was perceived by diplomats, and so she made strides in many areas. She has been absolutely tough on trying to bring the UN around to not be especially the general assembly. Not be so anti Israel. She has been very successful on North Korean negotiations and nuclear weapons negotiations less. So as the world is less so on Syria and the crisis in Yemen. But we still that's still an open book. She took the position at a very rough time for the United Nations. But her travels around the world her personal diplomacy has really paid off. And she's been very effective. Looking back at the year for the US at the UN has the country been leaning into the world at the UN. Or is it retreating? Oh, it's absolutely retreating. And that's going to take either the next president and the next UN ambassador a lot of time to try to recoup because the world is perceiving that the United States is real. Retreating from a multilateral approach and just going it alone. And that's very difficult when it comes to migration, it's different difficult, and perhaps much less successful. When it comes to climate CBS news foreign affairs analyst been folk on the year on roundup. Thanks. Pam. Absolutely. Steve good to be here. Coming up on the.

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"pam falk" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"pam falk" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Droughts and famines are inevitable. We've got all these dire warnings from the United Nations about climate change. What is taking so long to do something about it? It's difficult to get governments to think in long term periods such as that. And that's the problem that that the world is facing and particularly its facing because of the of the lack of interest in pursuing these ambitions that's coming from the administration in Washington, which attended the last conference that the UN held this one academy in Poland. Promoting the continued use of coal, which of course, is one of the filthiest fuels around the the end of the use of which the environmentalists say is absolutely necessary. If we're to preserve a planet. Anything like the one we have now fighting for our own future. CBS news. Correspondent Mark Phillips in London. Thank you, Mark. My pleasure. Let's talk now with CBS news foreign affairs, analysts Pam Falk at the United Nations. Pam let's start with that new US ambassador to the UN nominee. Heather Nauert, what challenges do you think she faces she faces very? Important challenges and very consequential challenges because the UN is stymied on some of the biggest issues in the world and the United States and Russia are not agreeing on much at the United Nations. So she has to face a U N that not only is stymied. But it comes at a time when the Trump administration has cut funding of many programs and withdrawn from several international agreements. So all of that is something she will have to face and still try to balance a good relationship for the areas where the United States does want cooperation how could she do that though if she has no political or policy making experience only having worked at Fox News as a correspondent. And then if the State Department spokesperson she will be coming to the United Nations in an unusual position. Most of the US ambassador to the UN have come with some experience embassador Haley came as a former governor, but she comes. With the experience of being the spokesperson for the State Department. And so she is familiar with the issues. She just doesn't come with foreign policy per se experience. And so I think that will be a big challenge. It will also be a challenge to deal with diplomats. That's something that takes it a little bit of knowledge a little bit of experience. But I think that's where we'll see at the confirmation hearings if she defends herself well and comports yourself well on trying to explain how she will get what the United States wants at a time when the US has pulled out of the Paris climate agreements global compact on migration and several other UN agencies was Nikki Haley ineffective embassador to the UN. Absolutely. She she has been a very effective UN ambassador, and she spoke with authority of the president because she was a cabinet level, and that was perceived by diplomats, and so she made strides in many areas. She has been absolutely tough on trying to bring the UN around to not be especially the general assembly. Not be so anti Israel. She has been very successful on North Korean negotiations and nuclear weapons negotiations less. So as the world is less so on Syria and the crisis in Yemen. But we still that's still an open book. She took up the position at a very rough time for the United Nations. But her travels around the world her personal diplomacy has really paid off. And she's been very effective. Looking back at the year for the US at the UN has the country been leaning into the world at the UN. Or is it retreating? Oh, it's absolutely retreating. And that's going to take either the next president and the next UN ambassador a lot of time to try to recoup because the world is perceiving that the United States is. Retreating from a multilateral approach and just going it alone. And that's very difficult when it comes to migration, it's different difficult, and perhaps much less successful. When it comes to climate CBS news foreign affairs analyst been folk on the year end roundup. Thanks, ma'am. Absolutely. Steve good to be here. If.

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"pam falk" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"pam falk" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Increasing droughts and famines are inevitable. We've got all these dire warnings from the United Nations about climate change. What is taking a so long to do something about it? It's difficult to get governments to think long term periods such as that. And that's the problem that that the world is facing and particularly its facing because of the of the lack of interest in pursuing these ambitions that's coming from the administration in Washington, which attended the last conference that the UN held this one cat vici in Poland. Promoting the continued use of coal, which of course, is one of the filthiest fuels around the the end of the use of which the environmentalists say is absolutely necessary. If we're to preserve a planet. Anything like the one we have now fighting for our own future. CBS news. Correspondent Mark Phillips in London. Thank you, Mark. My pleasure. Let's talk now with CBS news foreign affairs, analysts Pam Falk at the United Nations. Pam let's start with that new US ambassador to the UN nominee had an hour. What challenges do you think she faces? She faces very. Important challenges and very consequential challenges because the UN is stymied on some of the biggest issues in the world and the United States in Russia are not agreeing on much at the United Nations. So she has to face a U N that not only is stymied. But it comes at a time when the Trump administration has cut funding of many programs and withdrawn from several international agreements. So all of that is something she will have to face and still try to balance a good relationship for the areas where the United States does want cooperation how could she do that though if she has no political or policy making experience only having worked at Fox News correspondent. And then if the State Department spokesperson she will be coming to the United Nations in an unusual position. Most of the US ambassador to the UN have come with some experience embassador Haley came as a former governor, but she comes. With the experience of being the spokesperson for the State Department. And so she is familiar with the issues. She just doesn't come with foreign policy per se experience. And so I think that will be a big challenge. It will also be a challenge to deal with diplomats. That's something that takes it a little bit of knowledge and a little bit of experience. But I think that's where we'll see at the confirmation hearings if she defends herself well and comports yourself well on trying to explain how she will get what the United States wants at a time when the US has pulled out of the Paris climate agreements, the global compact migration and several other UN agencies was Nikki Haley ineffective embassador to the UN. Absolutely. She she has been a very effective, you an ambassador, and she spoke with the authority of the president because she was a cabinet level, and that was perceived by diplomats, and so she made strides in many areas. She has been absolutely tough on trying to bring the UN around to not be especially the general assembly. Not be so anti Israel. She has been very successful on North Korean negotiations and nuclear weapons negotiations less. So as the world is less so on Syria and the crisis in Yemen. But we still that's still an open book. She took up his position at a very rough time for the United Nations. But her travels around the world her personal diplomacy has really paid off. And she's been very effective. Looking back at the year for the us at the UN has the country been leaning into the world at the UN. Or is it retreating? Oh, it's absolutely retreating. And that's going to take either the next president and the next UN ambassador a lot of time to try to recoup because the world is perceiving that the United States is. Retreating from a multilateral approach and just going it alone. And that's very difficult when it comes to migration, it's different difficult, and perhaps much less successful. When it comes to climate CBS news foreign affairs analyst been folk on the year end roundup. Thanks, pam. Absolutely. Steve good to be here. Coming up.

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"pam falk" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"pam falk" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Droughts and famines are inevitable. Well, we've got all these dire warnings from the United Nations about climate change. What is taking so long to do something about it? It's difficult to get governments to think in long term periods such as that. And that's the problem that that the world is facing and particularly its facing because of the of the lack of interest in pursuing these ambitions that's coming from the administration in Washington, which attended the last conference that the UN held this one a cat vici in Poland. Promoting the continued use of coal, which of course, is one of the filthiest fuels around the the end of the use of which the environmentalists say is absolutely necessary. If we're to preserve a planet. Anything like the one we have now fighting for our own future. CBS news. Correspondent Mark Phillips in London. Thank you, Mark. My pleasure. Let's talk now with CBS news foreign affairs analyst, Pam Falk at the United Nations. Pam let's start with new US ambassador to the UN nominee. Heather Nauert what challenges? Do you think she faces she faces very? Important challenges and very consequential challenges because the UN is stymied on some of the biggest issues in the world and the United States and Russia are not agreeing on much at the United Nations. So she has to face a U N that not only is stymied. But it comes at a time when the Trump administration has cut funding of many programs and withdrawn from several international agreements. So all of that is something she will have to face and still try to balance a good relationship for the areas where the United States does want cooperation how could she do that though if she has no political or policy making experience only having worked at Fox News as a correspondent. And then at the State Department spokesperson she will be coming to the United Nations in an unusual position. Most of the US ambassador to the UN have come with some experience embassador Haley came as a former governor, but she comes. With the experience of being the spokesperson for the State Department. And so she is familiar with the issues. She just doesn't come with foreign policy per se experience. And so I think that will be a big challenge. It will also be a challenge to deal with diplomats. That's something that takes a little bit of knowledge and a little bit of experience. But I think that's where we'll see the confirmation hearings if she defends herself, well and comports herself well on trying to explain how she will get what the United States wants at a time when the US has pulled out of the Paris climate agreements, the global compact on migration and several other UN agencies was Nikki Haley ineffective ambassador to the UN. Absolutely. She she has been a very effective UN ambassador, and she spoke with the authority of the president because she was a cabinet level, and that was perceived by diplomats, and so she made strides in many areas. She has been absolutely tough on trying to bring the UN around to not be especially the general assembly. Not be so anti Israel. She has been very successful on North Korean negotiations and nuclear weapons negotiations less. So as the world is less so on Syria and the crisis in Yemen. But we still that's still an open book. She took up his position at a very rough time for the United Nations. But her travels around the world her personal diplomacy has really paid off. And she's been very effective. Looking back at the year for the us at the UN has the country been leaning into the world at the UN. Or is it retreating? Oh, it's absolutely retreating. And that's going to take either the next president and the next UN ambassador a lot of time to try to recoup because the world is perceiving that the United States is. Retreating from a multilateral approach and just going it alone. And that's very difficult when it comes to migration, it's different difficult, and perhaps much less successful. When it comes to climate CBS news foreign affairs analyst been folk on the urine roundup. Thanks spam. Absolutely. Steve good to be here. Coming up on.

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"pam falk" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"pam falk" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Scenarios in terms of raising sea levels, increasing droughts and famines are inevitable. Well, we've got all these dire warnings from the United Nations about climate change. What is taking a so long to do something about it? It's difficult to get governments to think in long term periods such as that. And that's the problem that that the world is facing and particularly its facing because of the of the lack of interest in pursuing these ambitions that's coming from the administration in Washington, which attended the last conference that the UN held this one cat vici in Poland. Promoting the continued use of coal, which of course, is one of the filthiest fuels around the the end of the use of which the environmentalists say is absolutely necessary. If we're to preserve a planet. Anything like the one we have now fighting for our own future. CBS news. Correspondent Mark Phillips in London. Thank you, Mark. My pleasure. Let's talk now with CBS news foreign affairs, analysts Pam Falk at the United Nations. Pam let's start with new US ambassador to the UN nominee. Heather Nauert what challenges? Do you think? She faces she faces very. Important challenges and very consequential challenges because the UN is stymied on some of the biggest issues in the world and the United States in Russia are not agreeing on much at the United Nations. So she has to face a U N that not only is stymied. But it comes at a time when the Trump administration has cut funding of many programs and withdrawn from several international agreements. So all of that is something she will have to face and still try to balance a good relationship for the areas where the United States does want cooperation how could she do that though if she has no political or policy making experience only having worked at Fox News as correspondent. And then at the State Department is spokesperson she will be coming to the United Nations in an unusual position. Most of the US ambassador to the UN have come with some experience embassador Haley came as a former governor, but she comes. With the experience of being the spokesperson for the State Department. And so she is familiar with the issues. She just doesn't come with foreign policy per se experience in so I think that will be a big challenge. It will also be a challenge to deal with diplomats. That's something that takes a little bit of knowledge a little bit of experience. But I think that's where we'll see at the confirmation hearings if she defends herself well and comports yourself well on trying to explain how she will get what the United States wants at a time when the US has pulled out of the Paris climate agreements, the global compact on migration and several other UN agencies was Nikki Haley ineffective ambassador to the UN. Absolutely. She she has been a very effective UN ambassador, and she spoke with the authority of the president because she was a cabinet level, and that was perceived by diplomats, and so she made strides in many areas. She has been absolutely tough on trying to bring the UN around to not be especially the general assembly. Not be so anti Israel. She has been very successful on North Korean negotiations and nuclear weapons negotiations less. So as the world is less so on Syria and the crisis in Yemen. But we still that's still an open book. She took up the position at a very rough time for the United Nations. But her travels around the world her personal diplomacy has really paid off. And she's been very effective. Looking back at the year for the US at the UN has the country been leaning into the world at the UN. Or is it retreating? Oh, it's absolutely retreating. And that's going to take either the next president and the next UN ambassador a lot of time to try to recoup because the world is perceiving that the United States is. Retreating from a multilateral approach and just going it alone. And that's very difficult when it comes to migration, it's different difficult, and perhaps much less successful. When it comes to climate CBS news foreign affairs analyst been folk on the year end roundup. Thanks, pam. Absolutely. Steve good to be here. Coming up on.

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"pam falk" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"pam falk" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Increasing droughts and famines are inevitable. We've got all these dire warnings from the United Nations about climate change. What is taking so long to do something about it? It's difficult to get governments to think in long term periods such as that. And that's the problem that that the world is facing and particularly its facing because of the of the lack of interest in pursuing these ambitions that's coming from the administration in Washington, which attended the last conference that the UN held this one cat vici in Poland. Promoting the continued use of coal, which of course, is one of the filthiest fuels around the the end of the use of which the environmentalists say is absolutely necessary. If we're to preserve a planet. Anything like the one we have now fighting for our own future. CBS news. Correspondent Mark Phillips in London. Thank you, Mark. My pleasure. Let's talk now with CBS news foreign affairs analyst, Pam Falk at the United Nations. Pam let's start with that new US ambassador to the UN nominee. Heather Nauert, what challenges do you think she faces she faces very? Important challenges and very consequential challenges because the UN is stymied on some of the biggest issues in the world and the United States in Russia are not agreeing on much at the United Nations. So she has to face a U N that not only is stymied. But it comes at a time when the Trump administration has cut funding of many programs withdrawn from several international agreements. So all of that is something she will have to face and still try to balance a good relationship for the areas where the United States does want cooperation how could she do that though if she has no political or policy making experience only having worked at Fox News as a correspondent. And then at the State Department has a spokesperson she will be coming to the United Nations in an unusual position. Most of the US ambassador to the UN have come with some experience embassador Haley came as a former governor, but she comes. Comes with the experience of being the spokesperson for the State Department. And so she is familiar with the issues. She just doesn't come with foreign policy per se experience. And so I think that will be a big challenge. It will also be a challenge to deal with diplomats. That's something that takes it a little bit of knowledge a little bit of experience. But I think that's where we'll see at the confirmation hearings if she defends herself well and comports yourself well on trying to explain how she will get what the United States wants at a time when the US has pulled out of the Paris climate agreements, the global compact on migration and several other UN agencies was Nikki Haley ineffective ambassador to the UN. Absolutely. She she has been very effective UN ambassador, and she spoke with the authority of the president because she was a cabinet level, and that was perceived by diplomats, and so she made strides in many areas. She has been absolutely tough on trying to bring the UN around to not be especially the general assembly. Not be so anti Israel. She has been very successful on North Korean negotiations and nuclear weapons negotiations less. So as the world is less so on Syria and the crisis in Yemen. But we still that's still an open book. She took up his position at a very rough time for the United Nations. But her travels around the world her personal diplomacy has really paid off. And she's been very effective. Looking back at the year for the US at the UN has the country been leaning into the world at the UN. Or is it retreating? Oh, it's absolutely retreating. And that's going to take either the next president and the next UN ambassador a lot of time to try to recoup because the world is perceiving that the United States is. Retreating from a multilateral approach and just going it alone. And that's very difficult when it comes to migration, it's different difficult, and perhaps much less successful. When it comes to climate CBS news foreign affairs analyst been folk on the year end roundup. Thanks, pam. Absolutely. Steve good to be here. Coming up on.

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"pam falk" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"pam falk" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"We're waiting for president trump in singapore he's about to speak he has signed a two page document with kim jong un and of course steven portnoy just the fact that they're meeting is something just months ago of course these two are trading insults the president on twitter and kim jong un through his various media outlets it didn't look like anything like this would happen at least not in the short term but we had some rocky moments getting this summit together but it played out thanks for the reminder by the way in his pam falk knows from her perch of the united nations it was not even nine months ago maybe if i have to do the math in my head real fast maybe ten months ago that president trump was referring to the suicide mission that little rocket man was on for himself and his regime and here it is the two men are sitting together at the same table signing a document in fact president trump was asked if he'd be inviting kim jong into the white house he said absolutely he would what we have now is a commitment on the part of both leaders to begin these discussions and secretary of state mike pompeo has been tasked by president trump with contacting his north korean counterpart for follow on the goshi gatien's at the earliest possible date to implement a very broad and completely unspecific commitments that have been made in this page and a half agreement today and we're talking about dealing with a dictator i mean this is a guy who has had a brutal regime and the us can't put that aside even though there's not been much discussion about that it certainly doesn't seem like they talked about anything like that.

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"pam falk" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"pam falk" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The summit he pulled the president they went off to the side and kim jong hoon was heard to say that the scene was so surreal that many people might think it was a scene out of a sci fi movie the the president said that over the course of their summit which lasted shy just shy of five hours maybe four hours plus that he developed a very special bond with the leader of north korea that the meeting went better than anyone could have expected and the president said that people will be very proud of what took place today says that the korean peninsula is gonna wind up being a much different situation to add to everything that pam falk has been describing about what is in and not in this document there's also a commitment to essentially renew the relationship between the us north korea there's no promise that the us will normalize relations or that they'll be for example us embassy in john yang or a north korean embassy in washington but there's a commitment in this to begin to develop a new relationship it happens that the north and south have been having their own meetings discussing the possibility of an end to the korean war after all these years putting it on paper there are so many unanswered questions perhaps president trump will be able to address some of them but for example how will the north korean commitment be verified how will the north koreans have faith that when the us makes a commitment of security guarantees how will that manifest last week secretary of state mike pompeo told reporters at the white house that he might approach congress with something that congress would actually vote on that would become either american policy in law or perhaps even a treaty that would require a twothirds vote in the senate to ratify so there's so many things that we don't have a firm and really hard and fast here but we do have this morning what history will record this twelfth day of june here in singapore is a commitment on the part of north korea and its dictator kim jong un to really start this denuclearization process and as he put it the world will see a major change.

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"pam falk" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"pam falk" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The summit he pulled the president they went off to the side and kim jong hoon was heard to say that the scene was so surreal that many people might think it was a scene out of a sci fi movie the president said that over the course of their summit which lasted shy just shy of five hours maybe four hours plus that he developed a very special bond with the leader of north korea that the meeting went better than anyone could have expected and the president said that people will be very proud of what took place today says that the korean peninsula is gonna wind up being a much different situation to add to everything that pam falk has been describing about what is in and not in this document there's also a commitment to essentially renew the relationship between the us north korea there's no promise that the us will normalize relations or that they'll be for example us embassy and john yang or a north korean embassy in washington but there's a commitment in this to begin to develop a new relationship it happens that the north and south have been having their own meetings discussing the possibility of an end to the korean war after all these years putting it on paper there are so many unanswered questions perhaps president trump will be able to address some of them but for example how will the north korean commitment be verified how will the north koreans have faith that when the us makes a commitment of security guarantees how will that manifest last week secretary of state mike pompeo told reporters at the white house that he might approach congress with something that the congress would actually vote on that would become either american policy in law or perhaps even a treaty that would require a two thirds vote in the senate to ratify it so there's so many things that we don't have a firm and really hard and fast here but we do have this morning what history will record ms twelfth day of june here in singapore is a commitment on the part of north korea and its dictator kim jong hoon to really start this denuclearization process and as he put it the world will see a major change.

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"pam falk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"pam falk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mulligan is the one that passed away yeah well if you have to pick him up oregon for an interview by all chances are okay tyrone just the desert carry here that that would be a great part of thank you tyrone bye bye thank you lord of nato's tyrone jerry in were you will be next backed i don't i have enough time to do your called justice because in about forty five seconds or so we'll be cbs news so you be patient you are on deck mel simon's is sitting in for steve perkins who supposed beyond the promote his wrestling wrestling slash signing autographs aiming which is going to be on august fourth and you said it's what mccoy stadium mccoy stadium in pawtucket yeah all right well tell you work maybe steve will call him but it's already is a halfhour late you wish yeah so i might have to put a step over toehold dumber wealth federal buddy go yeah so you're gonna fill in for the rest of the hour sure hefty took but right now i'm about to take my cbs news break your wbz yes news update congress is poised to pass a sweeping russia sanctions package cbs's bill rehkopf the senate passed the bill that limits the ability of the white house to lift sanctions on russia ninety eight two two last month that legislation got bogged down in the house a deal was reached after weeks of work by majority leader kevin mccarthy and minority whip steny hoyer of old is scheduled for tuesday it's not clear if the president will sign it attorney general jeff sessions is also under the microscope again after russian ambassador sergei kislyak said he discussed the election in meetings with sessions during the campaign according to us intercepts foreign affairs analyst pam falk ultimately kislyak became the centerpiece of the failure of the russia reset with the kremlin hoped to the warmer relations in turned out to be chillier than when he arrived cbs news update i'm steve dorsey it may be hard to believe but people just like you.

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"pam falk" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"pam falk" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"President trump's expressing frustration with china for increasing its trade with north korea even disease appealing to beijing to help curb pyongyang's nuclear and ballistic missile programmes cbs's cami mccormick says the review of the launch of a missile that experts say is capable of reaching alaska continue set again called the test provocative and a spokesman said it has our attention he said commercial air and sea traffic was put at risk by the test as well as space assets like satellites the north koreans used in aircraft plant to launch the missile the pentagon says bad has also been a new tactic by pyonyang over the the last year and a half the un security council will meet in an hour to discuss what to do in the wake of the missile test cbs's pam falk is at the un what the un security council can do is limited and diplomats expressed collective frustration that the sanctions imposed by the un for eleven years have read little begnaud fit president trump is on his way to europe stopping in poland ahead of the g twenty summit cbs' major garrett as their trump white house who then tissa paving enormous crowds causing the central square here in warsaw for the president's speech reaffirming the close strategic relationship between the united states and poland and talking about us efforts to bolster security throughout eastern europe louisiana gop congressman clay higgins as being criticized for recording the video inside the gas chamber at the auschwitz concentration camp in poland and then posting an online version wellness security must be squared away were military must be invincible ephraim zuroff with the simon wiesenthal center in israel it's not really appropriate in a gift chamber in birkenau and that's unfortunate but i certainly daughter treatment him any veered intentions the us has lifted electromechanics restrictions on two more airline cbs's steve dorsey laptops are no longer ban from carryon luggage join emirates and turkish airlines flights from dubai and istanbul it comes three days after the us lifted the laptop ban on flights from abu dhabi on eddie are ways.

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