19 Burst results for "People's Republic Of China"

"people republic china" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"people republic china" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"That's there now mind. You rarely see this kind of public rebuke in china. Which made it seem like the government might not be willing to build these guys out that really freaking people out. Remember the people's republic. China has started acting a lot more like up people's republican last few months. Meaning they're back on the communism bandwagon. Forget too big to fail. The new policies to big must fail doesn't help that. The founder and chairman used to be the richest man in china. A perfect target for the government's new common prosperity initiative by the end of august ever grand came clean started warning at risk to forty wanna steps if it couldn't find a way race cash. Nobody wants to have money you company. They can't meet its obligations though and it gets worse see. Everybody has long relied on. Something called pre-sales. They saw parts for the finished. Good way to bring cash but then you actually have to finish the door things right now. The analyst figure that evergreens on the hook for one point six million unfinished departments that have already been sold. Repeat number because so crazy one point six million apartments that have already been sold. That's a huge chunk of their liabilities. But it's tough to finish construction projects when you don't have any money to finish projects as the new york times reported this weekend. It's gotten so bad that evergreens up his employees for cash. Some of them were told they had the loan the company money if they want to keep their bonuses f why the woman sure employer tries to borrow money from you eastern looking for a job. This has only gotten worse on the first ever. Grants chairman led a pledge signing ceremony. We promise a complete construction on all pre sold homes. Hey call me jalen. But that kind of thing doesn't inspire confidence then. The company got hit with another round of credit downgrade fitch..

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"people republic china" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

06:03 min | 11 months ago

"people republic china" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"To you and stuck on Facebook. Next thing you know, you got job offers from the Biden administration, so I don't like newspapers. Okay? I don't I get the content epic times. Yeah. Please do send me ur else whenever they are relevant. Here's one I like this again. This piece is called World Capital hastens America's demise by backing China and this is background background. It's not mentioned in this piece before we get in here. One of the main things they're doing now they do a whole bunch of stuff They own land like you can't believe they have $10 trillion And, uh, money to invest. BlackRock was buying up entire subdivisions of, uh, construction of houses meeting like you'll see some new construction going up and you think of some people will be buying those house as well. Black record going in strategic areas in the US And by the entire subdivision. Not build it, but by it once it's built, and then they sit on it and they rent the houses up. That's one of the things they're doing. And they're all in on this. You will own nothing and be happy. So this piece starts up. Coming on the heels of a letter from Titans of American industry to the Biden administration, calling for it to jettison punitive China tariffs, post haste and resume trade negotiations with Beijing. BlackRock's research arm, recently urged investors to increase their exposure to the People's Republic, China By 2 to 3 times. So black rocks calling for getting rid of all the Donald Trump stuff right where we said, Let's let's penalize China. And look, Let's let's let's think of America first and BlackRock saying No, no Think, China First America last get rid of all the trump tariffs and let's Let's make a bigger investment in China. Other words, China right is hard and put away wet 2 to 3 times running into already. This is black Rock. An American company. Well, not really. But an American company. The world's leading asset manager of some $10 trillion in assets did so, 18 months after trying to help voiced a pandemic in America and the world that has caused incalculable damage in blood treasure, sacrifice, liberty and justice. Let that paragraph sink in. Let me read it again. The world's leading asset manager, BlackRock 18 months ago. So I said Invest in China 18 months after China helped voice the pandemic on America and the world that disgust incalculable damage in blood treasure and sacrificed liberty and justice. Yep, it did so after China crushed Hong Kong Quest with India antagonized Australia and is threatening to take over Taiwan. It did so in spite of the fact is you. Jinping is currently waging a jihad euphemistically referred to as a regulatory crackdown against China's largest businesses. By the way. Where's Jack? Mom? Jack? Ma Paging Jack. My clean up in aisle six. Jack, my haven't seen Jack my heavy. You know, Jack Ma was the billionaire that was allowed to become a billionaire. Started Alibaba, which was supposed to be the competition to take down Amazon. You know, all this right? Jack Ma's disappeared. Jack. Ma started making statements around that he was a cool cat. He had all this dough and he was a successful entrepreneur and blah, blah, blah and trying to look at him and said We own your ass check, Jack. You're You're Chinese. You forgot that. So you You're shooting your mouth off. You let them see the big board. We're gonna We're gonna don't worry. We won't get rid of Alibaba. But you never owned it in the first place. We on you, Jack. So Jack Ma is disappeared. He's disappeared. So us listed, uh One's itself for almost Let's do the whole paragraph again. Uh, it did so in spite of the fact is you Jinping currently waits to jihad euphemistically referred to as regulatory crackdown against China's largest businesses. US listed 12 saw 400 billion of market value lopped off this summer. Yeah, if Trump had won that election while he did, but had he been Not, uh, fraudulently games against That would all still be there and growing. It did so. Surely knowing that the funds ultimately rebound to the benefit of the sworn adversary of the United States that seeks to supplant it and rain as the dominant world power that would be China. It did so notwithstanding All the U. S government has done for it. BlackRock, having been dubbed the fourth Branch of government, the fourth branch of government for its political and pecuniary ties to the feds generally, and the quasi public Federal Reserve in particular. What And it did so irrespective Of its claimed fealty to progressive investing principles. Former Trump Administration deputy national security adviser Maddie Pottenger, one of the principal architects of the administration's China strategy, that would be Donald Trump's administration, broadly captured the symptoms. Of World Capitals, China addiction and exposed the hypocrisy the likes of BlackRock. In a recent piece in foreign affairs. Foreign Affairs, by the way, is a magazine put out by the Council on Foreign Relations. The Council on Foreign Relations. Oh, yeah, anyway, passenger rights there. Don't shoot the messenger, he writes. The retirement savings. Of millions of Americans currently financed Beijing's military modernization and support China companies that are complicit in genocide and other crimes against humanity. Now there's more to this, but did you hear that? Your your retirement fund. If you're with black Rock, or somehow, with a company that's invested in China, you're supporting the Chinese military. You are And you also support supporting genocide. Belton Road, Ali above guess who's in, uh Bangor. Is it back? Bagram Airbase Right now, Remember, we turn the lights off and walked away. Who's in there? Right now? Taliban? Well, yeah, but guess who's going in and cleaning the place out, setting it up in the back to start business again?.

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"people republic china" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:17 min | 11 months ago

"people republic china" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Was jim. Les chuck executive director of the pentagon memorial fund. Here's what else we're keeping an eye on today. North korea has reportedly tested a new long-range cruise missile which is capable of hitting much of japan. North korean media said missiles are able to travel as far as fifteen hundred kilometers. Japan is reportedly working with the united states and south korea. To monitor the situation around two thousand people have left their homes. After wildfires broke out in southern spain. One emergency worker has been killed in the blaze which began on high ground above the coastal seoul. The spanish government is deployed military unit to help firefighters in the mountainous region and british media reports that uk. Prime minister boris johnson who meet the. Us president joe biden at the white house in the coming weeks. The relationship between washington and london has become strained over president. Biden's decision to hastily withdraw or american forces from afghanistan. This is the globalist statute no. Why is the upcoming election in honduras in central america causing a storm over fourteen thousand kilometers away in east asia. The answer is the country's longstanding relationship with taiwan which china claims as its own territory and allegations that beijing is trying to undermine the historical ties between taipei and all seagull palm. Well some some ellis bloomberg's taipei bureau chief. And he's on the line with more something. Can you begin by filling us in on that relationship between taiwan and honduras. Well hundreds is one of taiwan's last few remaining official diplomatic allies so one of the last few countries anywhere in the world. The officially view taiwan as a country so photon The importance of maintaining as many of these last fifteen allies as possible is huge. Like it is Really crucial to maintaining. It's the tight covered. Taipei governments claimed that. Taiwan is a sovereign independent country separate from the people's republic china. Now of course the relations that These last few allies have with taiwan officially the republic of china taiwan the state. And taiwan's official name. You know a legacy. Leftover from the government that used to rule china before the people's republic had sleds to taiwan during the civil war. And so you know over the last eight years. More and more countries have been switching recognition to beijing. As the people's republic of china is the official government of china. So y- taiwan is is very much invested in maintaining these last few allies as as possible Because it really does. Maintain this claim that taiwan suffered sovereign independent country So how much these upcoming elections in honduras sour the relationship. Well the current claims. So that was really you know. Raise this as an issue is the leader of the opposition has the left wing. Opposition claimed that They to win the upcoming election. They are going to review The diplomatic relations and so this is widely seen as a hint that they may consider switching ties from taipei to beijing. And and so. This is caused the reaction from taipei. Taipei has the foreign ministry in taipei. has responded to this You know they largely put blame at Beijing store that accusing beijing of inciting chaos and seeking to undermine taiwan's relations with this last few remaining diplomatic allies but in fact the left wing opposition party candidate is the former president manuel zelaya when he was in office previously. Did he have an issue with taiwan. Is this ideological or is it just dante economics as we know honduras possibly the poorest country in the americas all yes as you say you know they'd been impactful this matters how full and plus also We do see these threats quite regularly honduras is not the only country that has At least very publicly Flirted with switching recognition to beijing. And so whether or not. This is a serious consideration having whether or not this is you know an effort to strengthen honduras negotiating position in order to extract concessions out of taiwan or the united states. We'll have to wait until after the election to find out because of course this does worry the united states who attend to take lots of action to keep people inside with taiwan. They do so so. After the current president presence i was elected in two thousand sixteen. We did see a quite rapid succession. A number of taiwan's allies ditch taipei switch recognition to to beijing. And that'll stop to the two to three years ago when when the us did decide to much more intervene on on taiwan's behalf behind the scenes and telling the last few raining allies. You know the and these are typically small developing nations in the pacific and latin america to stick with taiwan and so since then we haven't seen any more defections so Whether or not. We're going to see the the first defection in a couple of years later this year with yet. We'll just have to wait and see sampson. Thank you very much indeed. That was else from bloomberg in taiwan. Still to come in the program. We review the day's business headlines. I'm around up new york fashion week to this is the globalist. We'll be right back.

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Is Taiwan About to Lose Another Long-Term Ally to Beijing?

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:00 min | 11 months ago

Is Taiwan About to Lose Another Long-Term Ally to Beijing?

"Is the upcoming election in honduras in central america causing a storm over fourteen thousand kilometers away in east asia. The answer is the country's longstanding relationship with taiwan which china claims as its own territory and allegations that beijing is trying to undermine the historical ties between taipei and all seagull palm. Well some some ellis bloomberg's taipei bureau chief. And he's on the line with more something. Can you begin by filling us in on that relationship between taiwan and honduras. Well hundreds is one of taiwan's last few remaining official diplomatic allies so one of the last few countries anywhere in the world. The officially view taiwan as a country so photon The importance of maintaining as many of these last fifteen allies as possible is huge. Like it is Really crucial to maintaining. It's the tight covered. Taipei governments claimed that. Taiwan is a sovereign independent country separate from the people's republic china. Now of course the relations that These last few allies have with taiwan officially the republic of china taiwan the state. And taiwan's official name. You know a legacy. Leftover from the government that used to rule china before the people's republic had sleds to taiwan during the civil war. And so you know over the last eight years. More and more countries have been switching recognition to beijing. As the people's republic of china is the official government of china. So y- taiwan is is very much invested in maintaining these last few allies as as possible Because it really does. Maintain this claim that taiwan suffered sovereign independent

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"people republic china" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money

podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"people republic china" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money

"Sense that he needed to the alternatives. Were really almost impossible to to to embrace main way to to raise the walls higher rather than to open the gates. Imagine how that would have played out if the us would have said in the face of china's still at the just the very beginning of what would be several decades double digit growth. You're not welcome. Is that a grand strategy of containment. A pushing china down of a put in your boot on china's a route or or what would have to be a perpetuity Be forever what what. What was the alternative. So i do have a great deal sympathy for those who were making choices that period and looked around and saw this extraordinary moment. We've seen things that don't work. And there's an opportunity to to to find a global order that that that can can have space for everybody in some sense and it did require a leap of social theory that that economics and the kind of the laughing. Tides of interdependence could could could erode authoritarian formations. So how do you see it. And i think in some sense i see that as as as as as the kind of almost an unavoidable avoidable move and just to be careful about how we talk about the quote unquote failure under the auspices of this liberal expanded and diffused and less club like international order millions. Hundreds of millions of people did come to experience a better life. Hundreds of millions of people did come out of poverty and join the international economy in various ways. Their word in incredibly moving Political regime transit transitions toward liberal. Democracy in eastern europe and southern europe and latin america and east asia some of it receded the end of the cold war. But i'm not willing to say that it was all. Just one big awful trainwreck. I do think that we know why. It broke down but Looking at two things. What were the alternatives and secondly a true net assessment of what was gained in what was lost. I think those two conversations would allow a slightly a more nuanced set of conclusions about the ninety nine thousand nine hundred ninety s and after. Yeah i wish. I had better answers. I think i'm probably better talking about the different theories about what went wrong deciding between them. But i do think it's significant. Where do you think if you if you ask yourself so. Let's back up when we talk about what's going wrong. We obviously mean the sense now. The liberal democracy is in crisis. And we're thinking. I think primarily about the two sources of prices one of which is the rise of viable authoritarian capitalism model in people's republic china. That has now been so successful. That china has the largest consumer market in the world and the kind of gravitational power that comes with that that we a lot of the levers that the united states used to enjoy for trying to affect economic and political systems elsewhere. Particularly the nine kinetic the non-military instruments then. Of course there's the problem of from within which is the rise of culturally reactionary backlash..

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"people republic china" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"people republic china" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Than that. No. The Armstrong and getty show. On the Cumberland River. On the deal between. Ready. My heart breaks that we had to declare one because some people some of them from outside of our communities started fires and threw rocks and other dangerous items. We all clearly saw something that had nothing to do with justice. We saw people in our city, smashing windows, stealing and beating. We are bigger than that. The old smash steel and beat Give me number thirty eight as long as we have Eric, said he the mayor of Los Angeles sharing his Utopian musings, but as the sun set in our beautiful city last night. We saw some of the ugliest images in a generation. Acts on our streets. That were not demonstrations for justice. Destruction and looting, we feel righteous rage, and we have to express it. But the rage must not consume us. All right so to the extent that attend TEPA. Thought. This was an interesting tweet from a gyn called Noah Rothman. Many of made this observation in jest, but the way some observers are determined to excuse Antiga via strictly literal interpretation of the group's name. That's the whole. People say they're anti-fascist. That's what mtpa literally mean Yeah Yeah. We know this what they call them so the pack. He says the fact that people don't get that explains why so many Soviet satellites called themselves. Democratic People's Republics. Because, it actually works on some people. You call yourself the People's Republic. China and some people think well. It's a republic. You get to vote or whatnot. Whatever it is so present when you're actually dictator, it works on some people. It must otherwise they wouldn't bother sure. And who does it work on how? Holds Vote Hey want ninety eight percent again as a popular guy who's at four, t beats people down in the streets for pulverizing different political view, themselves anti fascist. That's hilarious and then on some of the mayhem Jonah. Goldberg tweeted struggling Korean, immigrant owned grocery in my neighborhood had its windows smashed last night's congrats kids. You delivered a powerful message to the white power structure. Yeah Oh that reminds me. WHERE'S MY AL? Sharpton Clip. Do? We have that I. Resist Much. No, it's a different clip. Clip number forty one place. Listen as Al. Sharpton makes clear. You need to figure out which race owns a building and burned down the the businesses of white people Al Sharpton. Openly calling for a race war over MSNBC THE REVEREND AL Sharpton when after writers not for wrecking cities, but for not being racist, not for not choosing what stores to burn the skin coat of the people who own them. Watch this as I walked around Minneapolis, yesterday would miss card. Some of ministers and elected officials, some of the stars that are being damaged of black owned stores, so we have become so reckless that we are destroying each other. Other in outrage, the rages justified. There's nobody more angry than me longer than me, but the question is am I angry enough to get something done about it all am I going to play into those that the serial to what I'm trying to say and try to represent. Oh, we get at the tragedies, the skin color the owners if they were like Asian owned stores, totally cool sharpens made that point before. This is in his first race riot. Al Sharp is the worst among us. He is an exploiter of racial division. Intention is a con man is a thief is a liar. Could go on for quite some time, but we're up against a break. There are curfews in practically every big city in America of various sorts, but in beverly, hills and Santa Monica. It starts at one o'clock. For, business districts in four o'clock citywide. Nothing good happens after one PM. Jack. That's when people start getting wacky. Scene at two thirty horror. whoring. One thirty in the afternoon. Yeah, but that is something. Kirk you well like you said. That's basically martial law one PM. Curfew. Now we got clean things up. Shut them down. The professional scum smashers, grabbers rioters get them shut down, and then we can go back to an important and necessary conversation about everybody. Having their civil rights upheld no matter what y'all look like have we had this sort of destruction of our national monuments before I? Don't recall the sort of spray painting on all our national monuments like this in one night and we allowed this to happen before the. Probably Should happen as a is at a good, let them vent whoever them is, and then you can just know clean it off the next day, or is that something you should not allow I'm familiar with a couple of cities where Philadelphia in particular. The attitude was spray paint. When they bring out the Chisel, they're trying to take down the. Take down a statue. Of the old old mayor. And and once the chisels came out the cops swept down and took care of that. The confederate statues caught hell in Richmond. Virginia. Robert e Lee and stonewall. Jackson statues and everything they were really going after. Affectionate symbol of the confederacy, and when you have the Lincoln Memorial Washington Monument, all that sort of stuff that's that's different than confederate statues one hundred percent. Yeah I. I wouldn't put up with any of it. I think you gotTA. You gotTA. Get put enough. Police presence on those things to keep them protected. Maybe they'd say we don't have enough well. Then National Guard. I guess yeah, although again. If there's two nights a spray painting in then, everybody goes home. you? There is something to be said for. You want to de-escalate tension. There's also something set to be said for drawing a line of this is not acceptable, right? This is a line. You're not allowed to cross. Go spray paint something else think of something some other way event. Yeah, we're not allowing this one. Yeah. 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"people republic china" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"people republic china" Discussed on KGO 810

"Four one five eight zero eight zero eight and by the way state department today confirmed there will be additional evacuations from China American citizens here's what the spokesperson said the department of state is working with the U. S. government inter agency and people's Republic China counterparts on staging additional flights for US citizens to return to the United States from one four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten many many more of your calls some two hundred forty one people mean I states are under investigation for the virus in addition to the six confirmed cases a hundred and fourteen people tested negative a hundred and twenty one are still pending that according to the CDC the infant grandson of a Chicago man diagnosed with the virus has developed a fever and is among those being tested and you know delta American United Airlines announced they are temporarily suspending all flights to China in the wake of the public health warnings including a state department do not travel advisory issued yesterday let's get your comments for one five one by the way the masks they say the masks don't work but there's a stampede to get them are you gonna get a mass four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten John Rothman right here on TGO John Ross met on KGO eight.

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"people republic china" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"people republic china" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"China has repeated. Its Promise to regain regain control of Taiwan after voters reelected president sighing. When Chinese state media said the president resorted to cheating repression and intimidation to get votes? Were joined in mischievious by Isabel Hilton editor of China Dialogue. Good to have you back in this year is this was a very convincing. Victory for her wasn't it. I could hardly be more convincing. And not they need to cheer chief record. Numbers of votes For any Taiwanese politician She also won a convincing victory in the Congress winning twice as many any seats as serious. Rival Gorman down and what is it that brought this. This huge victory is pretty much. Hong Kong You know the the the example of Hong Kong the the failure of One Country Two Systems in Hong Kong the Kuomintang have traditionally being the Party. Reunification the Kuomintang are the the the The relic of the Chinese civil war which was between the Kuomintang and and the and the Communist Party. They agree that China is one country in Taiwan belongs to it they just disagree about who should run it so the Kuomintang's historic position of being there the rightful ruler of all of Hong Kong. Where saying when is a Taiwanese politician politician and takes different view of history in a different view of democracy in a different view of of Taiwan role in the world? And that is is what particularly the young voters in Taiwan and they came out in record. Numbers Dave look at Hong Kong. They say well. You can't trust China. It breaks its promises what we have is freedom and democracy here and we wish to defend that that's what it is seen as a steady pair of Hanser. She's pretty steady. There were where to other parties that did rather badly One one is one was a a much more radical independence party and that Did very badly. So she's seen as somebody who defends the status quo essentially. She's not going to declare independence because that would be that that would trigger a global crisis But she is going to resist pressure from Beijing to talk about the the future of a close future with with with the People's Republic. So I think you know like a number of international crises. The best solution certainly for the time being is the status quo for Taiwan. He mentioned the idea ever close future with the People's Republic China's reaction promised to regain regain control of Taiwan. That doesn't necessarily time. We've what you've just said I'm but Kennedy genuinely says it we could have react. We could have expected that reaction yes she didn't for Xi Jinping to acknowledge it this is. This has been a very embarrassing victory this gala victory has been very embarrassing Xi Jinping because it it it is rebuked not only to his approach to Taiwan but to Hong Kong and You know unless Beijing finds a way to modify its. It's policy in Hong Kong. This will go on feeding into the Taiwan political situation and and entrenching Taiwanese view of the mainland so so that puts Xi Jinping and rob difficult position of having to acknowledge that he is wrong. Whereas you know Xi Jinping thought invincible in and cannot make mistakes so so I think what we're looking at is what is the? What is the tone scale of the response given that China is not going to reverse its policy? Xi Jinping Champion has declared in the China dream. China's May he's making China great again. The reunification with Taiwan is they would put. It is a key part of that and the it's it's kind of shared for the hundredth anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic which is in two hundred forty nine so there is time on the other hand any any move to kind of slacken off the pressure on Taiwan would be viewed as weakness on the mainland. So I think what we'll see is a certain amount of low level harassment Rasmin so where China has had a number of successes in other in other Fields if you look sad Chinese see for example the kind of sub military pressure of water essentially armed fishing boats taking on for example Taiwanese fishing boats off yet news fishing boats there are fifteen very small countries. It's still recognize Taiwan As as the Republic of China we will see increasing pressure on them to switch to the People's People's Republic We might see some harassment of extensive trade and business relationships which exist between Taiwan and China neurotic Taiwanese unease doing business on the mainland. We've already seen a cocktail moment of tourism to Taiwan from the mainland. So you know there are a number of ways in which which Beijing can express its displeasure short of precipitating further confrontation Anita. How much is this actually high on? Its list given the fact that that China has has an awful lot more than it has to concentrate on the moment. We Got Hong Kong as you've mentioned which played directly into the hands of signing when we also have the US trade trade war we have in. China is busy with stuff can actually afford to put Taiwan on the back burner little. Yes I think it can. I think you're absolutely right. There are immediate crisis and there will go on being meet you crisis. It's you know th the economy's not going very well. There's some troubling signs in the financial sector that we might be in a in for a few bankruptcies and there's very limited trade deal is about to be signed the United States. I don't think China wants to jeopardize You know a kind of calming down of the. US China trade war. So do any move on. Taiwan would obviously do that. And so far we've seen or other muted reaction as you said. They accused diving when of dirty tricks describe. This is an anomaly. There was a wonderful phrase from Shinwari which said You know these temporary versus A. They're just a bubble in the tide of history. And you know she shouldn't count on this being a kind of permanent state of affairs so they're standing back and saying well you know these things happen but we can get over it and our long-term policy history is with this. That's that's interview that said we had trump making positive notes about Taiwan for quite a long time right from the beginning of his presidency. And yes you say that. The number of Countries now fifteen who who actively recognize Taiwan as a state and large companies such as airlines have now diverted their attention to to Beijing. But if you you have this state or this place which is allowed to just take along quietly. Is there a chance as a little bit of soft power will allow Taiwan to actually bring a few more countries back into the fold really curious you should say that because the because prog recently Decided to twin with with the Taipei rather than Beijing which is fanny kind of substantial. Move for the for the Czech Republic And and a bit of a rebuke. I think it was so one. Shouldn't underestimate the quiet soft. The effect of the quiet soft power of Taiwan inside China there are a number of of individual visitors from the mainland. Who made a point of going to Taiwan to observe the elections? Because you know they're curious about the only real substantial elections take place in the Chinese world and that will you know that one shouldn't underestimate the quiet effect of that It it's quite. It's quite the powerful thing Talking of quiet. Donald Trump has been unusually quiet on the subject of the Taiwanese elections but the people around him have been pretty robust in their supportive. Talion when so you know the US representative in in In Taipei met very quickly There have been you know it'd been in using language like no shared values of democracy and freedom the kind of thing honestly that one hadn't heard from trump for quite sometime but you're hearing from his officials officials and there have been hints from the US military that their commitment to the defensive Taiwanese as robust as ever last year saw a large number verve of quite significant arms sales and indications of military cooperation. So there were. There are lots of reasons China to sit fairly quiet Wyatt on this one. I think his Bell Hilton. Thank you very much indeed for joining his monocle. Twenty four still to come on. Today's globalist. We Northern Ireland to us. How to rebuild? When you haven't haven't had an organized government for three years I want to urge all political leaders and their teams to grab this opportunity and get back to work in multi party executive? Forget the language of win and lose. That's all to come on the globalist..

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China Promises To Regain Control Of Taiwan

Monocle 24: The Globalist

08:27 min | 2 years ago

China Promises To Regain Control Of Taiwan

"China has repeated. Its Promise to regain regain control of Taiwan after voters reelected president sighing. When Chinese state media said the president resorted to cheating repression and intimidation to get votes? Were joined in mischievious by Isabel Hilton editor of China Dialogue. Good to have you back in this year is this was a very convincing. Victory for her wasn't it. I could hardly be more convincing. And not they need to cheer chief record. Numbers of votes For any Taiwanese politician She also won a convincing victory in the Congress winning twice as many any seats as serious. Rival Gorman down and what is it that brought this. This huge victory is pretty much. Hong Kong You know the the the example of Hong Kong the the failure of One Country Two Systems in Hong Kong the Kuomintang have traditionally being the Party. Reunification the Kuomintang are the the the The relic of the Chinese civil war which was between the Kuomintang and and the and the Communist Party. They agree that China is one country in Taiwan belongs to it they just disagree about who should run it so the Kuomintang's historic position of being there the rightful ruler of all of Hong Kong. Where saying when is a Taiwanese politician politician and takes different view of history in a different view of democracy in a different view of of Taiwan role in the world? And that is is what particularly the young voters in Taiwan and they came out in record. Numbers Dave look at Hong Kong. They say well. You can't trust China. It breaks its promises what we have is freedom and democracy here and we wish to defend that that's what it is seen as a steady pair of Hanser. She's pretty steady. There were where to other parties that did rather badly One one is one was a a much more radical independence party and that Did very badly. So she's seen as somebody who defends the status quo essentially. She's not going to declare independence because that would be that that would trigger a global crisis But she is going to resist pressure from Beijing to talk about the the future of a close future with with with the People's Republic. So I think you know like a number of international crises. The best solution certainly for the time being is the status quo for Taiwan. He mentioned the idea ever close future with the People's Republic China's reaction promised to regain regain control of Taiwan. That doesn't necessarily time. We've what you've just said I'm but Kennedy genuinely says it we could have react. We could have expected that reaction yes she didn't for Xi Jinping to acknowledge it this is. This has been a very embarrassing victory this gala victory has been very embarrassing Xi Jinping because it it it is rebuked not only to his approach to Taiwan but to Hong Kong and You know unless Beijing finds a way to modify its. It's policy in Hong Kong. This will go on feeding into the Taiwan political situation and and entrenching Taiwanese view of the mainland so so that puts Xi Jinping and rob difficult position of having to acknowledge that he is wrong. Whereas you know Xi Jinping thought invincible in and cannot make mistakes so so I think what we're looking at is what is the? What is the tone scale of the response given that China is not going to reverse its policy? Xi Jinping Champion has declared in the China dream. China's May he's making China great again. The reunification with Taiwan is they would put. It is a key part of that and the it's it's kind of shared for the hundredth anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic which is in two hundred forty nine so there is time on the other hand any any move to kind of slacken off the pressure on Taiwan would be viewed as weakness on the mainland. So I think what we'll see is a certain amount of low level harassment Rasmin so where China has had a number of successes in other in other Fields if you look sad Chinese see for example the kind of sub military pressure of water essentially armed fishing boats taking on for example Taiwanese fishing boats off yet news fishing boats there are fifteen very small countries. It's still recognize Taiwan As as the Republic of China we will see increasing pressure on them to switch to the People's People's Republic We might see some harassment of extensive trade and business relationships which exist between Taiwan and China neurotic Taiwanese unease doing business on the mainland. We've already seen a cocktail moment of tourism to Taiwan from the mainland. So you know there are a number of ways in which which Beijing can express its displeasure short of precipitating further confrontation Anita. How much is this actually high on? Its list given the fact that that China has has an awful lot more than it has to concentrate on the moment. We Got Hong Kong as you've mentioned which played directly into the hands of signing when we also have the US trade trade war we have in. China is busy with stuff can actually afford to put Taiwan on the back burner little. Yes I think it can. I think you're absolutely right. There are immediate crisis and there will go on being meet you crisis. It's you know th the economy's not going very well. There's some troubling signs in the financial sector that we might be in a in for a few bankruptcies and there's very limited trade deal is about to be signed the United States. I don't think China wants to jeopardize You know a kind of calming down of the. US China trade war. So do any move on. Taiwan would obviously do that. And so far we've seen or other muted reaction as you said. They accused diving when of dirty tricks describe. This is an anomaly. There was a wonderful phrase from Shinwari which said You know these temporary versus A. They're just a bubble in the tide of history. And you know she shouldn't count on this being a kind of permanent state of affairs so they're standing back and saying well you know these things happen but we can get over it and our long-term policy history is with this. That's that's interview that said we had trump making positive notes about Taiwan for quite a long time right from the beginning of his presidency. And yes you say that. The number of Countries now fifteen who who actively recognize Taiwan as a state and large companies such as airlines have now diverted their attention to to Beijing. But if you you have this state or this place which is allowed to just take along quietly. Is there a chance as a little bit of soft power will allow Taiwan to actually bring a few more countries back into the fold really curious you should say that because the because prog recently Decided to twin with with the Taipei rather than Beijing which is fanny kind of substantial. Move for the for the Czech Republic And and a bit of a rebuke. I think it was so one. Shouldn't underestimate the quiet soft. The effect of the quiet soft power of Taiwan inside China there are a number of of individual visitors from the mainland. Who made a point of going to Taiwan to observe the elections? Because you know they're curious about the only real substantial elections take place in the Chinese world and that will you know that one shouldn't underestimate the quiet effect of that It it's quite. It's quite the powerful thing Talking of quiet. Donald Trump has been unusually quiet on the subject of the Taiwanese elections but the people around him have been pretty robust in their supportive. Talion when so you know the US representative in in In Taipei met very quickly There have been you know it'd been in using language like no shared values of democracy and freedom the kind of thing honestly that one hadn't heard from trump for quite sometime but you're hearing from his officials officials and there have been hints from the US military that their commitment to the defensive Taiwanese as robust as ever last year saw a large number verve of quite significant arms sales and indications of military cooperation. So there were. There are lots of reasons China to sit fairly quiet Wyatt on this one. I think his Bell Hilton. Thank you very much indeed for joining his monocle. Twenty four

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"On all things considered at three PM right here on K. C. R. W.. good morning the trump administration has won a major if temporary victory on immigration the Supreme Court says for now the U. S. may drastically restrict the admission of people seeking asylum it's morning edition from NPR news. what the ruling means for asylum seekers we question top US immigration official Ken Cuccinelli I reach a Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep Purdue pharma settles an opioid lawsuit how will the billionaire Sackler family surrender their company. also moralizing assesses the opportunities and risks for democratic presidential candidates to debate tonight and Detroit auto workers talk with management amid fears of a strike. it is Thursday September twelfth the basketball hall of fame player ya'll being is thirty nine years old today. the news is next. live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jeanine herbs the focus of the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination is shifting to Texas for tonight's third round of debates and here's got dentro reports the top ten candidates in polling data will be on stage in Houston Joe Biden held a steady lead all summer as Elizabeth Warren gain ground in poll after poll but until now they had never shared a debate stage whether the two candidates confront their differences on health care in a range of other policies is one of the main questions for tonight's debate in a week of foreign policy shake up some surprises from the White House candidates will also likely field questions about how they would wind down the military presence in Afghanistan which continues eighteen years after the September eleventh terrorist attacks Bernie Sanders Cory Booker Connelly Harris and that Rourke will also share the stage along with Leon Castro any club char people to judge and Andrew Yang Scott dentro NPR news Houston. president trump says he is postponing a scheduled here of increase on some two hundred fifty billion dollars worth of Chinese imports and your Scott Horsley reports the move follows China's decision to suspend some of its own terrace on American goods. president trump call the decision to delay the terrified a gesture of good will import taxes were scheduled to climb from twenty five percent to thirty percent October first but trump announced he'll push that back until October fifteenth that should allow time for the next round of high level trade talks here in Washington it also avoids hiking terrace on the day China will be celebrating the seventieth anniversary of the people's Republic China also announced Wednesday that its is spending some of its own terrace on US exports the stock market rally as investors welcomed signs of a possible de escalation in the trade war Scott Horsley NPR news Washington. in the Bahamas search crews continue to look for survivors of the powerful hurricane Dorian that ravaged the island chain leaving at least fifty people dead some twenty five hundred are listed as missing but the names of those people have been checked yet against the number of people who fled or who are living in shelters prime minister Hubert menace. states. we are now shifting to recovery stabilization the restoration. meanwhile power is coming back on to the city of reports that officials say smaller villages on the coast of the grand Bahamas are still in the dark. the Coast Guard is implementing additional safety recommendations in the wake of the fatal dive boat fire off the coast of southern California that left thirty four people dead the new recommendations include limiting the use of power strips and extension cords and charging lithium ion batteries unsupervised the cause of that please is still under investigation. financial markets Asian markets ended the day mixed use futures contracts a trading positive you're listening to NPR news. state senators in California have passed a landmark bill allowing college athletes to make money off their name images and likeness and here's caught Tom Goldman says of passage of that bill came after the NC double a worn it considers the legislation to be unconstitutional the final Senate vote on the fare paid to play act was thirty nine to zero in favor California is loud and clear says the bill's author senator Nancy Skinner she knows the bill doesn't force colleges to pay athletes it allows them to use their athletic prominence to do things like monetize YouTube videos or teach swim lessons in a letter to California governor Gavin Newsom the NC double a says the bill erases the critical distinction between college and pro sports and gives California schools and unfair recruiting advantage in NC double a working group currently studying name image and likeness issues there's time for compromise if Newsome signs the bill into law it won't go into effect until twenty twenty three Tom Goldman NPR news. the makers of twelve toys are vying to win the national toy hall of fame number one on the list is the smartphone not as a phone but as a device to play games on other finalists include matchbox cars coloring books care bears Jenga and masters of the universe the.

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"European Union without to deal fold out from a government document members of parliament have forced to re release of the document it's outlines a series of reasonable worst case assumptions we'll get reaction also in Cuba with the government says it's baffling huge oil supplies due to US sanctions the president ones of blackouts and food shortages and we'll get a report from a correspondent in it live in Syria when no way is safe doctors in this hospital tell me. if the regime Vance is just another three kilometers. the souls to handle it is from the Bahamas as two thousand five hundred people are registered as missing first this news bulletin. live from NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone a tentative settlement has been reached between more than two thousand local and state governments and Purdue pharma over the drug makers role in the deadly opioid crisis as NPR's Bobby Allen reports the deal would require the Sackler family to pay three billion dollars in cash over several years and relinquish control of the lucrative drug company the pending settlement would also make future sales of oxycontin to go into a trust designed to help communities struggling with the opioid epidemic the thousands of plaintiffs in the drug maker have been negotiating for months and their agreement still needs a judge's approval Ohio Attorney General David Joost is part of the settlement he says of the settlement's approved Purdue will file for bankruptcy and divest from pharmaceutical holdings worldwide the people who were front and center and causing this epidemic in my view we won't be able to go out and repeat their playbook in Asia or South America or Africa other states attorneys general criticized the deal for not going after more of the Sackler family wealth estimated to be around thirteen billion dollars Bobbi Alan NPR news president trump says he is postponing a scheduled tariff increase on some two hundred fifty billion dollars worth of Chinese imports and P. R. Scott Horsley reports the move follows China's decision to suspend some of its own terrorist on American goods president trump called the decision to delay the terrified a gesture of good will import taxes were scheduled to climb from twenty five percent to thirty percent October first but trump announced he'll push that back until October fifteenth that should allow time for the next round of high level trade talks here in Washington it also avoids hiking terrace on the day China will be celebrating the seventieth anniversary of the people's Republic China also announced Wednesday that its suspending some of its own terrace on you. S. exports the stock market rally as investors welcomed signs of a possible de escalation in the trade war Scott Horsley NPR news Washington over a forty minute long phone call with three senators one Republican and two Democrats president trump heard a fresh pitch for background checks for private gun sales at the White House reporters asked the president if he's leaning toward supporting their proposal we're gonna take a look at a lot of different things that will be reporting back in a fairly short period of time there a lot of things under discussion some things will never happen and some things can really very much a very meaningful things can happen. it's really gun sense if you think about it what we're looking at is and maybe that's what we should go out the gun said spell Republican senator Patrick Toomey of Pennsylvania says he's convinced the president has a strong interest in taking meaningful action. you're listening to NPR news in Washington. the governor of California is expected to sign the measure into law that could force gig companies to re classify their workers but is Katie your reports from member station KQED over says it will not comply with the rules uber says it will not reclassify its drivers on January first when the new law would take effect the ride hailing app and other gig companies currently consider their workers contractors not employees companies say that preserves flexibility for their workers critics point out it also means those companies don't have to pay for things like social security or workers compensation Luper says it will pursue legal action if necessary it has already joined with lift and door dash to find a potential twenty twenty state ballot initiative that would create a new classification of workers forget companies for NPR news I'm Katie your in Sacramento. one of the most sad and solemn anniversaries of modern times left people lingering at the side of the September eleventh memorial in New York City into the evening it's been eighteen years since the terrorist attacks students from the PS twenty nine chorus sent. people filled the streets around the fire house at the southwest corner of the memorial plaza overhead the twin beams of the tribute in light were visible. I'm.

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"people republic china" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"people republic china" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To help communities struggling with the opioid epidemic the thousands of plaintiffs in the drug maker have been negotiating for months and their agreement still needs a judge's approval Ohio Attorney General David Joost is part of the settlement he says of the settlement's approved Purdue will file for bankruptcy and divest from pharmaceutical holdings worldwide the people who were front and center and causing this epidemic in my view won't be able to go out and repeat their playbook and Asia or South America or Africa other states attorneys general criticized the deal for not going after more of the Sackler family wealth estimated to be around thirteen billion dollars Bobbi Alan NPR news a major victory for the trump administration and the Supreme Court today justices granting requests by the administration to fully enforce a new rule that would curtail asylum applications by immigrants at the US Mexico border the court ruled most migrants want asylum in the west must first seek sake hate safe haven in a third country along the way in a seven to decision the High Court ruling the administration rule can take affect litigation challenges will Galecki continues. president trump says he's postponing a scheduled paraffin crease on some two hundred and fifty billion dollars worth of Chinese imports and B. R. Scott Horsley reports the move follows China's decision to suspend some of its own tariffs on US goods president trump called the decision to delay the terrify a gesture of good will import taxes were scheduled to climb from twenty five percent to thirty percent October first but trump announced he'll push that back until October fifteenth that should allow time for the next round of high level trade talks here in Washington it also avoids hiking terrace on the day China will be celebrating the seventieth anniversary of the people's Republic China also announced Wednesday that its is spending some of its own terrace on US exports the stock market rally as investors welcomed signs of a possible de escalation in the trade war Scott Horsley NPR news Washington the government's main inflation gauge it adds modestly higher in August of energy prices continue to come down the labor department says its producer price index which measures the cost of goods before they head down the pipeline to consumers rose a scant one tenth of one percent stocks were higher today amid word that China is moving to exempt US products from the recent round of terrace the Dow jumped two hundred and twenty seven points today the nasdaq was up eighty five points the S. and P. rose twenty one points this is NPR this is W. NYC in New York I'm lance lucky family members of those lost on nine eleven gathered this morning on the eighteenth anniversary of the attacks W. N. Y. C.'s Jim o'grady was there the show on Clark's husband Benjamin worked as a chef from the ninety third floor in tower two during the recovery operations she called his work number just to hear him on voice mail which survived an.

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"people republic china" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"By the outlet online huge savings on the things you needed one it's up in the in the sense that. but as much as one tenth of a percent that he's a little mall weakness in the banking indexing that is largely an account all four of the week is not be seen continuing because of the scene in public sector banks as well as private sector banks giving away private sector banks here need a special mention concerning the wait is that they have in a cross on the lawn of the major indices in India and perhaps some responded for the Indian to be against the US dollar considering it has seen a lot of weakness awfully but for now we're looking at what a tentative moments a country at seventy two point three still a six month low and that he is once again going to be S. sure for the you know economy as well as exports essentially. I don't think very much for that talking about kill and truly it's only with a bit of a pulse of the finger on the pulse of the markets a ticket on the first for the headlines for you to round out the picture cross out the Tom mackenzie tough. thank you president trump has stoked the trade war saying China should do a deal soon all face much tougher terms if he wins next year's election he tweeted that the US is doing well in negotiations adding that he saw that Beijing were preferred to talk to a different administration in Washington he warned China that things would be fall holiday should he win a second term next year meanwhile China's president xi Jinping says the Communist Party must prepare for what he calls a long term struggle amid a slowing domestic economy and increasingly confrontational United States she while reports in saying officials must display a spirit of struggle to overcome the challenges facing China which will likely continue all the way through twenty forty nine hundred anniversary of the people's Republic. China has softened its tone on Hong Kong saying peaceful demonstrations all. violence would be punished officials also continued that support for chief executive Carrie lam and dismissed protested the moms for true universal suffrage meanwhile prominent democracy activists Georgia warm visited Taiwan chip for Hong Kong calling for mass demonstrations in support of the protest movement. the Stormers flattened and swung the Bahamas is aging north towards the eastern seaboard of the US leaving devastation in its way. is now a category two storm leaves the islands up to seventy percent on the water with ports and airfields out of action as rescue missions get on the way at least five people on known to have died but the government says the figure is expected to rise. Saudi Arabia is edging closer to allowing tourists to visit and we're told it's planning to open these applications at the end of this month they'll be available to around fifty countries and local media say they'll cost about.

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"people republic china" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Tom. thank you president trump has started to trade more saying China should do a deal soon all face much tougher terms if he wins next year's election he tweeted that the US is doing well in negotiations adding that he saw that Beijing would prefer to talk to a different administration in Washington he warned China that things would be fall holiday should he win a second term next year meanwhile China's president xi Jinping says the Communist Party must prepare for what he calls a long term struggle amid a slowing domestic economy on an increasingly confrontational United States she while reports him saying officials must display a spirit of struggle to overcome the challenges facing China which will likely continue all the way through twenty forty nine the hundredth anniversary of the people's Republic. China has softened its tone all in Hong Kong saying peaceful demonstrations all. violence so he would be punished officials also continued that support for chief executive Carrie lam and dismissed protested the longs for true universal suffrage meanwhile prominent democracy activists Georgia warm visited Taiwan to urge to pull for Hong Kong calling for mass demonstrations in support of the protest movement. the Stormers flattened and swap the Bahamas ETS edging north towards the eastern seaboard of the US leaving devastation in its way Dorian is now a category two storm leaves the islands up to seventy percent on the war to with ports and airfields out of action as rescue missions get on the way at least five people on known to have died but the government says the figure is expected to rise. and Saudi Arabia is edging closer to allowing tourists to visit and we're told it's planning to open these applications at the end of this month they'll be available to around fifty countries and local media say they'll cost about.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

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"people republic china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Weakness awfully it but for now we're looking at what a tentative moments a country at seventy two point three still the six month low and that he is once again going to be a server for the you know economy as well as export C. sensually. I don't think you're much for that they're talking about kill and truly it's only with a bit of a pulse of the finger on the pulse of the markets the ticket on the first for the headlines for you to round out the picture cross out to Tom mackenzie tough. thank you president trump has stoked the trade war saying China should do a deal soon all face much tougher terms if he wins next year's election he tweeted that the US is doing well in negotiations adding that he saw that Beijing were preferred to talk to a different administration in Washington the one China that things would be fall holiday should he win a second term next year meanwhile China's president xi Jinping says the Communist Party must prepare for what he calls a long term struggle amid a slowing domestic economy on an increasingly confrontational United States she while reports him saying officials must display a spirit of struggle to overcome the challenges facing China which will likely continue all the way through twenty forty nine the hundredth anniversary of the people's Republic. China has softened its tone on Hong Kong saying peaceful demonstrations all. violence would be punished officials also continued that support for chief executive Carrie lam and dismissed protested the moms for true universal suffrage meanwhile prominent democracy activist Joe show warm visits in Taiwan chip for Hong Kong calling for mass demonstrations in support of the protest movement. the Stormers flattened and swap the Bahamas is aging north towards the eastern seaboard of the US leaving devastation in its way is now a category two storm leaves the islands up to seventy percent on the water with ports and airfields out of action as rescue missions get on the way at least five people on known to have died but the government says the figure is expected to rise. and Saudi Arabia is edging closer to allowing tourists to visit and we're told it's planning to open these applications at the end of this month they'll be available to around fifty countries and local media say they'll cost about.

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"Subscribe on I two and get full episodes to liberate right to your phone. Yes, a mixture you do. Sign up for it. Oh my goodness, with everything going on in the world. And especially with the no one now we don't have tariffs that are I it was a good. I think it was a good way to leverage that to leverage the threat of that against Mexico, so we can get some sort of cooperation from them with regards to the border, and the flood of people who it seems almost it almost seems as though Mexico's assisting them with its action. I don't think that that's in any way wrong to say. Now, the president is looking to get and he says that he has the promise of it more prevention from them on this. They were discussing something to the effect of getting their national guard, which apparently still being organized, but it's a step to to go to the border and prevent this stop it from happening at the rate that it's happening for more on this, and what other stuff Steven Yates is a foreign policy expert. He's been. Traveling extensively where in the world is not Carmen sandiego, but Steven Yates, he's with the international advisory. He served in the Bush administration, advising former VP Dick Cheney, and he, I believe, is back in DC, and he joins us by phone. Stephen, always a pleasure. How are you? Areas. Do we got to Stephen? I am in charge here from DC. Yeah. Excellent. Well, we're glad you've been everywhere. We were talking about how it's like we're in the world is Carmen sandiego. But with Steven. So I have got to get your reaction to the administration leveraging the trade for stricter immigration enforcement, Mexico, apparently was, so celebrating the deal. They had a rally in Tijuana, Mexico said, yes, we have a signed agreement they were saying that they were going to send are not really entirely organized, yet, national guard of the southern border. I'm totally fine with that is. This is this victory. Because the way that Chuck Schumer, he's been mocking it, some of the media. They're trying to really downplay it as being a nothing burger. What's the real story? As with everything seems life. We've been given this dose of reality check supposedly for weeks and weeks about how things will never ever work, and it's terrible in the world's gonna fall apart because the president's Troy a different approach. And then once again, we have an outcome that no other president has been able to achieve over a much longer period of time. And I can't say that there's any particular magic ingredient about the Trump approach to this, except he's willing to say publicly in bluntly, what needs to be done in from time to time willing to put a little stick behind it to go. Our negotiating Portland's alone in frankly, I think anyone that has looked at what's been happening inside of Mexico with all of this. You got to believe at some level, the Mexican people aren't buying the political, correct garbage anymore. The thing this is this is trashing our own country, and they've got to be demanding a little better service from their own government as well. But. Really while? No expert inside the beltway would have predicted this kind of outcome or advise this kind of an approach, if this deal holds it's actually a store at right through in US, Mexico relations with regard to immigration. I think so too, and Chuck Schumer, he tweeted, right when it was, this was the other disa- Saturday. Right. Is it was announced he says, just as I predicted? I mean he literally tweeted us President Donald Trump backed off on his threat of tariffs against Mexico, Mexico. He says Mexico is going to take action to greatly reduce or eliminate illegal immigration. He wasn't taking it seriously. But do I don't know if I see anything to suggest that they are not being genuine in their promise? I mean, they, they have a signed agreement now which is much more than our previous administration was able to pretty much get with any other foreign entity in terms of reducing threats to the United States. But do you do you take them genuinely do take them at there? Mexico's leadership at their word that they are going to do something to assist in, preventing this deluge from hitting our border. Well, obviously, the challenge, I think, is worthy of adult attention, and engaged it, unfortunately, it's very, very easy for Democrats to just sit back and fire potshots sidelines is very good to be a democrat. You couldn't be extraordinarily flexible about the truth and evidence. You just say what you want to be given week. And that's what the Senate leader has been doing on this, and almost every other foreign policy topic, but this is something that I had a huge number of voters, take very, very seriously, we wouldn't have a President Donald Trump. Is that wasn't the case? And so frankly, I'm all in favor of the democrat, dismissing minimizing this if it will just please keep doing it. Very publicly throughout the rest of this election cycle. Maybe we can get the Senate back in Republican control. Yeah. Mexico said that in this was the way to put this to listeners. So doesn't sound too in the weeds. They were wanting to adopt. What what's called the safe third country protocol? So if you're Sopher instance, of people for those out there, because I know Stephen knows this for, for people coming in from say, Guatemala, or anywhere else if they if they have to pass through Mexico before they get to the United States seeking asylum. They would have to first apply in the safe country in which they crossed into an apparently Mexico was insisting the president Andre Manuel over door were saying that he was never going to agree to it. But apparently, now, they're like, okay, we, we will totally discuss the safe third country agreement with the United States because that was the one big thing, apparently that had been missing previously from the agreement talk a little about this in terms of how this has been cited it was always it always used as a talking point by the. CNN types MSNBC types by a lot of democrat elected officials saying we have to accept these people if they're seeking asylum, but they go through a number of safe countries before they even get to the United States. So doesn't it seem to undermine that whole argument? Rose leave it to these liberals and progressives to denigrate the Mexican people and their and their government to try to put them in the position of saying, we are actual sovereigns we don't have orders, and we're not safe. And so these people who are fleeing supposed terrible Russian, some of them are leaving horrible circumstances that the Mexican people are not loving and self respectful enough to be able to take care of their own borders, their own country. Maybe take care of some of these people, but it's extraordinarily important to move some of this pressure away from the border itself. We have challenges of the border, that are real that need priority attention. The basically have welfare moms that are organized by globalist leftist trying to overwhelm us services, especially denies the services to the people who really need them. And so, by way of the pressure of tariffs, or by way of whatever the. Magic sauce was that got them to the point to take seriously. This is actually very, very important. It's good for them to, to basically. Reclaim their own sovereignty, and some degree of self respect on this issue in my view. But it pushes the drug lords in those that merchant human trafficking further away from the border, and it, just like in any military campaign. Good more distance, you are trying to deal with the enemy the better position, we will be or being able to target accurately, and maybe even feel with some of these problems and help the people that are revolt. Yeah. No, absolutely. You mentioned, the, the drug lords end the cartels. There's been a push from the administration to, to redefine them as, as a centrally terror groups. Because we have military members and national guard there at the southern border. But I know that current federal law prohibits them from detaining or essentially, getting involved in enforcing immigration law. So they were painting offense. And that was, of course really mocked by a lot of by legacy media. But it's because they're barred is I understand it by federal law. Some in the administration have suggested. Well, let's redefine, how we view the cartels. Look at them as terror groups so that they can engage is that is that a wise move to do, so would that help us more effectively deal with the problem and down there, because I know that they control pretty much a huge sector of the border, and that no one crosses the border without them. Knowing is that the best way to deal with it. Well, I'm not sure I think that we've had a number of different approaches that failed so I'm sympathetic evo-. You want to try something different at the same time. I'm not a fan of trying to shoehorn different kinds of threats into the same cookie cutter shape in a lot of people have very clear impressions of what is a terrorist, although it's actually harder to define one might think, I yeah, there's definitely elements of what these drug lords gangs thugs do in our country, and in other countries that seem terrorist, like, but I think that we should just be wonderful lawmakers might get their heads together and adds some categories and some tools to those who are trying to keep us safe so they can do what they need to do instead of trying to stretch the definition of terrorists feet to fit everything needs to be done. No. Absolutely one last thing before I let you go, because I know that, that you, visit Hong Kong, and I know that you have a lots of stuff because you travel extensively and, you know, so much about this. I mean, it's, it's been covered by I see it's covered by international media, but it's not really being discussed here in the United States so much, and I don't think that people understand the significance of it. They had a huge protest over the weekend over. I think they said over a million people marching in Hong Kong over Chinese extradition law. Because China Beijing was trying to say, well, if there's, they don't want Hong Kong to become like, the, the Star Wars Cantina essentially for criminals, and they can escape over there. And we have no way to get our hands on them. And people in Hong Kong say, that's just the way for Beijing. To try to control us sand. They have very specious justifications for going after individuals. They could go after innocent people, and some have said that this is. The last the really the last stand for Hong Kong to be more independent from China, how put this in layman's terms because it hasn't really been discussed a lot. But this is huge Hong Kong is very, obviously not as controlled by as the rest of the mainland. And they have a very different relationship. But is it really is that an exaggeration to say that this is kind of the last stand for them in terms of having their own independence from Beijing? I think it's very, very close to that last straw, and for people to understand what means in nineteen Ninety-seven, Hong Kong was transferred from British sovereignty to Chinese sovereignty, under the People's Republic China, and they put forward a promise of one country, two systems, which is what would it mean is it Hong Kong supposed to continue to operate in a separate system capitalist market economy? It was supposed to basically continue as it was just changed flags and some window-dressing in what you're seeing in the streets. Now is, is proof positive that Beijing can't keep its word. And that's very, very relevant to a time when we're trying to make other deals with China with regard to trade and North Korea and other areas if they can't keep his word with its own citizens. Why would we think that they would treat foreigners any better? And when you say big, there are big protests, and there are joined normal. Protests. And I think that's the diplomatic counting word for this one in six of the entire population than when they say one in every seven people were out in the streets is something like that. In more just stink anything in American history that could have ever happened. That would have got one sixth of the population to rise up. I think you would qualify that if they dead serious issue. And so, that's, that's how the people on congress seeing this, and these are not people that are easily agitated out into the streets. These are people who are very good about going about their business, working markets, very internationalized in many ways. This only happens when there's something really fundamentally wrong. And it's, it's a it's a clear canary in the coal mine, when it comes to the entire Chinese experience other the communist party. So I do hope people big into it and get more familiar. That's a really good point that you made if they can't even keep their promise to their own citizens. How in the world can we expect them to keep any sort of promise to any foreign entities? Steven Yates, we're so glad to have you back this weekend, even traveling. Thank you so much for giving us some of your time, and I have a great rest of your week, my friend. During the take care, of course you to. We have two Dane stupidity. Still on the way. You don't wanna miss that as well. Yeah, you should go see the pictures by the way of the big March in Hong Kong. That's insane. It is insane. But I think that's a really good point that he made as we are as Trump is now trying to kind of leverage the same thing. Well, use the same formula in terms of trade with China..

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"people republic china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"people republic china" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Ed Baxter on this edition of Bloomberg best for Thursday may twenty third twenty nineteen Carlisle group co founder David Rubenstein sits down with Dr Anthony Bouchier on Rubinstein's Bloomberg television program here to peer conversations. There's a lot of misinformation that is being spread widely leading to a definition in the percentage of parents who vaccinate their children and Landau lake CEO Beth four discusses headwinds impacting. It's business all this, and more coming up in the next hour of Bloomberg best. Brom Bloomberg world headquarters. I'm Charlie Pellett. A move lower for the Dow, the s&p Anez stacks stocks retreat hit further today, investors sought refuge in golden bonzes, the world's two largest economies hardened. Their trade war, stances, Don, JIMBO is senior vice president and portfolio manager at CIBC, private wealth group, you know, having been in this business for almost fifty years, I wouldn't I would tell investors, and I tell my investors calmed down. Just relax, the United States is going to survive this. The PR see the People's Republic China is going to survive this Europe's going to survive their mess and Gina Martin Adams is chief equity strategist of Bloomberg intelligence right now is a very tenuous time in a lot of ways because nobody knows what's going to happen with trade. Right, at least for the month of June. What we know is okay? We're getting a deterioration in trade relations that was basically expected, as of January, so we can have sort of this, modest reaction, but through the course of tune, you can visit visited scenario where either things get materially worse, or they start to get better. And nobody knows how to handicap the prospects for that as for the interest rate outlook and the Federal Reserve Kevin Geddes co head of fixed income at Raymond James and associates. We don't know whether tariffs are inflationary. They weren't at ten percent. Are they at twenty five percent? And that's the one thing that's hangs out there, that, that the fed could keep them from lowering rates the American labor market. Meanwhile, is barreling ahead jobless claims. On last week to a five week, low of two hundred eleven thousand and with more here's Bloomberg's Vinny Del Jude is jobless claims are close to a half, century low. The labor market remains tight despite weakness and other sectors the economy, recent data show, both retail sales and factory output. Stumbled neighbor, moreover, condoms at some Wall Street, firms or more pessimistic about White House trade policy didn't count you radio. FAA representatives of inform. Members of the UN's aviation agencies. They expect Boeing seven thirty-seven max jet to be ungrounded in the United States as early as late June this, according to a report from Reuters stocks Laura's, he down thirty four points down a one point two percent down two hundred eighty six points, down one point one percent. Nasdaq Lord, they by one point six percent. I'm Charlie Pellett. And that is a Bloomberg business flash. Dr.

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"people republic china" Discussed on KGO 810

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06:32 min | 3 years ago

"people republic china" Discussed on KGO 810

"Nationwide. It is we suffer dot com slash number slash Nori. Act must here because of location location location. And we welcome our colleague, Gregory Copley, the editor and publisher of defense and foreign affairs to comment on not just the energy wealth here. Not just the agriculture. Remember, this is south most Soviet Union once upon a time they depended on Johnny why? But also the the hub of the wheel north south east west for the twenty first century, Gregory. Very good evening to Azerbaijan. A pure see said it is well located to develop your Asia is that is that happening quite independent of the of the Chinese is that happening because the local authorities recognize the richest for their people. Good evening to you, Gregory. Good evening, John and. Hi, John has been developing independently of support from Russia role. They will probably get China for some time because of its control of oil and gas resources all the time and as a hub for the Pitmen of those products through the west it's become it's the key to. If you like the shipment of oil and gas to Europe from central Asia, and what we've seen since independence from the Soviet Union is a dramatic and progressive rise in revenues reinvested dramatically into the country self. So, you know, from your stagings threw a barbecue itself and some of the other as Johnny cities that the the prosperity the grace of infrastructure and the like is fantastic. And what's significant is that all of this has been done while the US and France and Russia have favored on the one hand. Menia which has longstanding problems with that. John over the Nagorno-Karabakh enclave and also the Russian support for Iran, and and Beijing support for Iran. So as a by John has had to move very very skillfully indefinitely as it has done since independence from the Soviet Union by the activities of both president hideout Aliyev, and and is on the president president of of Azerbaijan, Gregory. It's Monica Crowley. And this is my first trip to answer by Shaun. What's so striking is the economic dynamism that you see in this country really across the entire country. It's quite extraordinary. There's a lot of talk of pipelines, obviously, a lot of international agreements for pipelines and the transport of these resources these things are economic miracles. And the also cost a lot of money, can you speak to how other Bush in particular is. Integrated in the region in terms of pipeline and getting these resources both out of the ground and to eastern western Europe and beyond. Well, I mean, it's a long way in the the key forgetting against a north. Or west through the bakutbilissiceyhan by blonde so to gets to the Mediterranean and western Europe. So it's been the key country with that which is why it's being wooed so heavily not only by Turkey, which depends on the shipment of oil from an gas from Baku literally to give Turkey, whatever prosperity remains under its present situation. So yes, it's it's. It is key to the pipeline activity. It's k- also too. If you like the stability of that that whole region, this is the jumping off point into central Asia. It was of course, a key to a great show protease starkly to the development and flow of religions of trade at of thought. Thousands and thousands of years. I'm very jealous that the two of you there because I long to go back there having written a couple of handbooks on on by John in the past Greg the Chinese and their belt road initiative, which maybe they retired for a couple of months, but it'll be back the Silkroad you mentioned the old Socorro the new silk road. There's a transportation corridor that can stretch from East Asia Japan through Russia soul through North Korea and through China across Asia. And yet it must come through here. I think I say this correctly, Gregory, do we need does as John need the Chinese to develop this or is it going to develop on its own without the Chinese with just the commerce of East, Asia and Europe exchanging goods it does not need People's Republic. China four for John to prosper as a as the hub. If you like of the. The new silk road. We have to remember that the the silk road does not belong to the people of China, certainly they and one in a part of the road. But as you rightly pointed out that get goes up into the Russian empire, stands and and Albany into Russia's cell phone and through. Through north eastern Russia over to Japan and into the Koreans. So so basically as a by John is a standalone force there has been a. Had been ignored historically by Beijing. And it was weird for for a long time by the United States, and successfully so off the collapse of the Soviet Union. But subsequently the. Bush forty three administrations and subsequently administration and the like it was basically pushed around by the United States, including with this this visit by national skinny adviser John Bolton to the region on October twenty four to twenty six last year. Basically Bolton attempted to resume if you like strong tactics on Azerbaijan. But the reality is that as a by John has to tread very delicately.

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"people republic china" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

11:28 min | 3 years ago

"people republic china" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

"They are Chinese police. You can find any books on the subject. So I mean, it was really closed chapter late m on. I had a love. Difficulty initially in tracking down somebody who could help me. Eventually, I was very lucky. I came across a an American criminologist. Dr Richard war who had genetics in the nineties effectively trained, the top five hundred weeks off something China in the latest western policing sightings. And he had spent a long time a-, they're in China hi to lily and was gone to the Chinese police. So with him on my site. I go the phenomenal introduction to the Chinese police chrome the insight and so when night to do research for not first book fire Mika I'm was kinda welcomed with open arms on go accessed. Wherever I asked for over the next six years as I developed on CD's emphasis books, I was but with some forward to train a on, HUD, up -solutely cool cooperation of the the authorities. I was first western crime rates have to get that kind of excess to the Chinese police. Yeah. Yeah. That's amazing. I was reading that for me website, and you had access to the embassador residents in Beijing and a lot of equitable access. I wasn't the experience the Meccan. Boston said residents there. I'm I was in the American embassy named over to me to be people on great. In one of the things I am discovered over the years that is as a right to reception, sometimes Betty arcane topics if you actually just go on ask people nicely. Can you help me extraordinarily generous for the most part, and they give of their time in the knowledge in the no high. And. You know, I'm intently, great, slowly speaker. I mean, the Americans in Beijing were fantastic access to the embassy to them busters residents. When I went died Shanghai taconite to lunch by the Mexican consul on the inside track on running was going on. You know, it's it's it's also fun. Who researching it's great fun. I love it almost more than the right now. And that must be they must appreciate that as well. Because they trying to get things right trying to portray them correctly. And so they probably appreciate I think not important because. Important that your readers trust, you that you you. You know, you're not just make an only solve. Yes. You making the but the the trend should be one hundred percent authentic on. I think if you have your readers trust in they go with your on not unle- Nollet. You do your research on that. You knew get needs things. Right. But it enhances the reading experience for them. And I read also that you've been a a man and honorary member of the the Chinese crime Writers Association. Yeah. As of. Wow. Yes. That was. While ago, but. Yeah. It was that was the days that was when was random since two thousand one not playing the Noma Smith one thousand nine hundred ninety it. The whole thing will become because it was the fiftieth anniversary of finding People's Republic China, and they had a train righteous association. But they they will they felt that they were took lay Nicole that they was on most countries have crime Writers Association under international federation of crime Writers Association of Chinese members of it. And so they felt kind of things in a bit isolated. And to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the public. They will having this big event in the great hall of the people in Beijing with a we're going to give up prize for every year a price to a writer for every year of the Republic sufficiently prizes on there was going to be a big international price. And they asked me if I could get a letter of congratulations from the British crime Writers Association that they could read I to this event. Get basically saying, you know, well done to the Chinese China writers off the fifty years in. So I I weigh in ask the scrimmages association if they would do that. And they said, I sure, but you know, why don't you talk to the international federation of international primaries. Disassociation? So then I went to them on they said, well, why do the Chinese join? And I said, well, maybe they need to be invited in this. We'll invite them. So the invited the Chinese primates? Join the international body ruled selects congratulations so island by the Beijing with Oles a name what just they were. Absolutely over the men, they thought this was fantastic on the sent people off to go to the first international conference in you know. So that's the special surprise banquet. For me. The next time. I was in China. I was presented with the trainees jagged dragon of Justice and maiden under a member of the Chinese crime rates are associated us. That's amazing. Is it a is it a pretty active of marketing in China for like Chinese and Chinese the crime in China credit fake shit in China is huge. You know, they published the Chinese published the cello combs nobles buck in nineteen twelve would. Usually, we re published them again in the fifties under the communists. And there's this fantastic tradition in the Chinese police of seven Chinese police officers writing crime. On the these migraines that come every two months, which are just rule of stories written by serving Chinese police officers. Cram story and. If you're a policeman. You can apply to go to the university of public security in Beijing, which is the police university where you can take four week course in the history of western detective fiction. So this phenomenal kind of history of cremating, you've just within the Chinese police is huge in China crime has settled on books as well. But the new road the the Louis trilogy which set in Scotland in the islands of the utter. Hebrides hebrides. Yes. Was that now coming from writing a the China thrillers to something where you are a little more familiar was that did still find that challenging doing the research in on on those books during the nineteen. My Las dozen years television. I produced TV drama series, which was filmed entirely on location on the isle of Lewis, which is in the two heavies, Vadim location and. They were some of the most challenging years of my life because you know, filming single camera drama Tyler on location in a place where the wind never stoves is raining ninety percent of the time, and you can get snow in may and June. You know, it it it was challenging to say the least, but I got to know the island incredibly well. And so ten years later when I came to the end of the China seas, an I actually left Scotland to that point now is then living in France. It seemed to me that Dungs probably a good time to start writing about some of my Scottish eight speed inches given. I was no way from Scotland had a perspective on it looking by. And so I decided the sacking this island setting would be pretty unique and nobody retina by two before on. So I went I actually went back to the island to do. And that was a strange feeling because I'd been away for ten years, but the minute I stepped off the plane felt the wind whipping through my hair felt just come home. So it it was if would phenomenal help from everybody on the mooks of being so successful the trilogy set on them. But the tourism has judge. Just going crazy. You know, they this tiny little islands, and they get these multi-national cruise ships. You know that look like a aren't blocks. Seventy of the tiny little poor to cross the summer an device business people onto the islands. And they've you know, I mean, the the islands have really benefited from the the Big Sur set in been so successful. So it's kind of a nice giving banks up thing didn't really understand anything about them. Or even realize that there were that populated until I read your books, and then I went and looked on. I went online looked at videos of the islands and stuff my accent, beautiful beautiful place to be looks beautiful. I mean, but yeah, I can see the remoteness. But yet another one of the video showed the show them getting off the boat. And like you said it was a big boat. I thought it'd be like this little fairies like this is like a cruise ship that was docking in the port there. Reading the the the Louis man, I was really taken with your the way you wrote that book you kinda like straddling the present in the past to your characters. And then I was fascinating read. That's that's a believe is a report of the New York Times called it. I wrote it down split framework, which I'd never had heard of before how eyelid trademark so. So. Yeah. I don't know. That's a style or something or something. How that come up? Come come up to your idea. And how did even prepare to write something like that? We worried about doing it that way because this really tight and beautifully. Obviously. It was great to read just fascinated by that. Well, I've never done it before.

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