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"peter galbraith" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

02:33 min | Last month

"peter galbraith" Discussed on WBUR

"You hear to Lawrence and meat. Number is passport. 47786 2050 85. How many more generations of America's daughters and sons would you have me send to fight Afghans? Afghanistan's civil war. An Afghan troops will not How many more lives American lives? Is it worth? How many endless rows of headstones at Arlington National Cemetery. I'm clear on my answer. I will not repeat the mistakes we've made in the past. Well, there's a scramble for a way out for thousands of desperate Afghans continues at Kabul's international airport President Joe Biden. Has come out fighting in his first response to the accusations of ineptitude and incompetence. I stand squarely behind my decision. After 20 years. I've learned the hard way. That there was never a good time to withdraw US forces. American troops cannot And should not. Fighting in the war and dying in a war that Afghan forces are not willing to fight for themselves. President. Biden told the world he stands by his decision to withdraw, saying that nation building was never the mission. He criticized the failure of Afghan governments to deal with corruption and seek a political settlement with the Taliban. He added that any attack on U. S personnel engaged in the withdrawal operation would not be tolerated. We have made it clear to the Taliban. If they attack our personnel. Or disruptor operation. The U. S presence will be swift and the response will be swift and forceful. Well, as you heard, they're pretty tough talking from the president as criticism, of course, politically mounted within the U. S. Also argument over the claim that the security job has been done 20 years on with Al Qaeda taken care of in Afghanistan, despite what appears to have been Catastrophic failure of security intelligence, or at least a political failure to heed warning signs. The president has fought back hard now watching with us was Ambassador Peter Galbraith, who was formally Deputy UN envoy to Afghanistan. I've known Joe Biden for 42 years, So I've heard many Biden speeches, and this was.

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"peter galbraith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | Last month

"peter galbraith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Afghanistan Peter Galbraith says. Shocked by the Taliban's advanced, I expected that the Taliban would be able to take control of the South. That's the traditional Pashtun areas, but the rapid collapse and their total victory in the north I think it's just shocking and it doesn't augur well for what's going to happen in Kabul. In Washington. House members are scheduled to be briefed this morning in a virtual conference call with Secretary of State Tony Blinken, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Mark Milley. There are reports the Taliban has seized Bagram airbase in Afghanistan. Bagram was not only the epicenter of the U. S military presence but a massive air base and a prison home to 5000 inmates, both Taliban and Islamic state fighters. An Afghan official now says it's fallen to the Taliban. CBS is CAMI McCormick reporting. Massachusetts now, where state health officials say a group of cities and towns located south of Boston have higher positivity rates for coronavirus than the state average. The Massachusetts positivity rate about 2.7% But there are towns in Bristol and Plymouth counties and on Cape Cod and the islands that are higher than that Nantucket announcing their seven day positivity rate 11.32%. That's more than four times the state average. The positivity rate in Fall River, more than twice the state average at 6%, a number of smaller towns. Fairhaven, Halifax, Truro, also more than twice the state average, but Marshfield, Plympton, Falmouth. Bearing better and they have remained below the state. Average Covid cases are surging all across the country, and the Biden administration reportedly planning to provide booster shots..

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"peter galbraith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:50 min | Last month

"peter galbraith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of every other major Afghan city and province. Former deputy U. N envoy for Afghanistan Peter Galbraith, the rapid collapse and their total victory in the north I think it's just shocking and it doesn't augur well for what's going to happen in Kabul. President Biden has authorized sending in 5000 troops to help evacuate personnel from the U. S embassy in Kabul along with Afghan visa seekers. Military helicopters were seen landing at the US Embassy today in bringing up memories of the fall of Saigon, Vietnam, April 1975 this Kabul resident remains defiant. I'm not afraid of them. We are not the people who will You know, go back to the dark era and stay tuned to WBZ. NewsRadio will have the very latest on the goings on in Afghanistan throughout the day today. With covid cases surging across the country, the Biden administration reportedly planning to provide booster shots to Americans with compromised immunity systems. Most of the 83,000 patients now hospitalized with Covid are unvaccinated. More Children are developing the virus just to schools. Are reopening ABC News Medical contributor Dr John Brownstein. I am really concerned about the exponential rise that we're seeing our kids. And while we don't think necessarily the Delta Baron is more severe. This much transmission happening. The community means that this virus will impact our vulnerable populations, including our kids, and this is why it's so important to the adults around them to get vaccinated right now, and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Reporting a group of cities and towns south of Boston. Have higher positivity rates for coronavirus than the state average. So the States 14 Day positivity rate is about 2.7%, some towns in Bristol and Plymouth counties and on the Cape and the islands higher than that. Nantucket announcing yesterday, there's seven day positivity rate is a staggering 11.3%. That's more than four times the state average Fall River, more than twice the state average at 6%, Fairhaven, Halifax, Truro, also more than twice the state average. Now the trend is not universal. Marshfield, Plympton famous remain below the state average the United States seeing more than 186,000 new cases of covid 19 every day. And the number of new infections, hospitalizations and deaths also rose last week. The Delta wave is crushing health care resources in several states. But Florida is the worst. It leads the list of eight states that make up more than half of all covid hospitalizations. Texas is facing a health worker shortage. Some patients are waiting days for an ICU.

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"peter galbraith" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:30 min | Last month

"peter galbraith" Discussed on WSB-AM

"News SANTA Good Morning at six A.M.. Sunday August 15th. I'm Robert Wollensky Live in the WSB 24 hour news center with our top story this hour. We are monitoring a dangerous mission right now underway in Afghanistan. The evacuation underway at the US Embassy in Kabul with 5000 members of the military sent in As Taliban terrorists are surrounding the capital city. I'm Tom Foti. The reports come in rapid fire style Afghan provinces and provincial capitals falling like dominoes to the fundamentalist Taliban taking back the power the US took away 20 years ago after 9 11 the Taliban reported on the outskirts of the capital city. Former U N Afghanistan diplomat Peter Galbraith from their total victory in the North's just shocking and it doesn't augur well for what's going to happen in Kabul, CBS news military analyst Jeff McCausland it appears Years in America's longest war is truly coming to a sad but final conclusion this as the U. S Embassy, evacuation starts and helicopters are seen landing there. Tom Foti, CBS NEWS Washington Well right now it is 72 degrees here on Peachtree Street, a high of 82 Today with a 30% chance of rain starting at noon, and then that rain will be sticking around. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast coming up to another situation right now in Haiti were more than 300 people have died in this massive 7.2 magnitude earthquake reporter John Ramos on the scene with an initial magnitude of 7.2. This quake was even stronger than the one that devastated the island nation in 2010 that killed more than 300,000 people. The top local news every 30 minutes, and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. We want to keep you up to date right now In the coronavirus here in Georgia $100 gift cards being handed out into cab County for folks getting a coronavirus shot. The cab County CEO Michael Thurman says the right messengers, a judgment free zone. And, yes, those $100 debit cards combined to pull more than twice the expected vaccine hesitant if it does not demean me because I may have had questions or may have been Hesitant. You're just going to have a more positive outcome. The CEO calls it amazing. We had to make an emergency run to local neighborhood. WalMart We started out with about 600 gift cards. 1158 people aged 12 it up, got their shots. Veronica Waters, 95.5 WSB some concert venues here in Atlanta with new rules due to the virus. WSB, Cheryl Castro, Lakewood, The Tabernacle, Roxy.

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Taliban Takes Over Major Cities in Afghanistan

WBZ Morning News

01:11 min | Last month

Taliban Takes Over Major Cities in Afghanistan

"Taliban militants have reached Kabul and a Taliban spokesman says the negotiators have gone to the presidential palace. And for a peaceful transfer of power in the capital city that the Taliban have gained control of every major Afghan city and province in just a matter of weeks. Former deputy U. N envoy for Afghanistan Peter Galbraith says he's shocked by the Taliban's advance expected that the Taliban would be able to take control of the South. That's the traditional Pashtun areas. But the rapid collapse and their total victory in the north I think is just shocking and it doesn't augur well for what's going to happen in Kabul and President Biden has authorized ending in 5000 troops to help evacuate personnel from the U. S embassy in Kabul along with Afghan visa seekers. Military helicopters. They were seen landing at the US Embassy today. This Kabul resident says she's not afraid of a possible Taliban takeover of the identify Me I will not care about you. I will not care about what actually be scared of. This is my homeland Milland and be sure to stay

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"peter galbraith" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

09:01 min | Last month

"peter galbraith" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"And just like dodge. The pile of cow poop serving but It was you know by accident. Peop- i've made things long time but you know friends of ours was aa. Can you make me this. And you know and i sometimes i put op finalize like all right you know. Have time and I'll just do it now. So i know twenty twelve or so as making all the little barn would stuff that was very popular. Point Trying to convince them not to do it but still taking their money anyway. Sure sure help me by more tools essentially and Then i guess sometime in two thousand fourteen I was reading a blog and someone had mentioned about a chair maker that they were taking a bench class in those a chair maker in hendersonville and i was like. That's only twenty miles from here. Was i never heard of this. Always wanted to make a chair. But i've never really. I've made a few like Joined chairs square chairs or maybe trapezoidal. But nothing you know like a windsor chair. Traditional type cheddar though. I contacted greg pennington and He was having class. And so i went up there in december and was only i in the class made cheer in four days. Came back on the friday painted there and saturday. I finished it. I put show ac so never thought it. Make another cherry mind to the okay. Got that on. A system was a birthday gift. My wife and those it. I got it done in time for birthday. You'll still have that. We do as my favorite because when you rock it's a sack back. I mean those are comfy. Yeah yeah. They're konthi but the bow has come unglued and so we rock it has. It's wonderful creaky Nice greg now on doesn't glue those bosie cheer. Oh well that's that's really. This is a great design feature squeaky knows. And then about a year after that the Peter galbraith book came out the chair makers no And i i bought it. And i thought you trying to make a cheerier using nothing but this i'd already kind of become friends with greg and you know by lumber from him because he has if you seen and he was lumber storage area but he has a lot of lumber because of a sawmill. Don't always go there but So bought some pine seat and i went and purchased my own log and Just decided to use only the techniques in peter's book to make chair. And i decided i was going to make a writing Windsor which is like. I wouldn't i love is the most difficult Wins yeah it's about to say for your second chair you picked a doozy. Yeah and i. I made the chair Snow together still has lots of flaws because some of because the law that i had you know there's not the greatest of mother's of just the doing doing it on my own. I think every legs in the wrong hall. He'll gather though. Yeah there's The spindles don't quite a arc outright and the the you know the crest is now but i love the charity. Just because it's yeah the second one the first one. I made on my own making that chair. The chair bug yeah you just. I haven't been able to shake it. I hope i never do. Honestly i just i love it still. Yeah yeah it's hard to. It's hard to do You know for our listeners is gonna be old. This is one of my little yarns is like yeah I love flatwork and still occasionally do the flatwork cases in bookshelves. And all that kind of stuff but Yet chairs are something else when you make something and then you can sit down in it. Interact with it. It's just something to that. We're just fun so many different styles. I still had a made up with not necessarily new ideas. But things that i want to try different kinds of cheer you know so i still had little notebook for keeping things like that makes oregon and during that time to some A friend of my wife's Was working for a calligraphy company here in town and they they're woodworking person was retiring. They decided somebody to make in wells for them at that is like my hotel thing until Just this past january. I finally decided that i just couldn't do that anymore. Moore's is taking up too much time and it was fun. You never was fun. It was always about the money just because it kinda helped It was still made this viable business. Essentially until saying started kicking. Will i. I want to jump ahead. You know some of the chairs you make if you go to like your website and on the gallery you have a bunch of the chairs you make and some of them were painted and some of them have some some nice designed to set some stuff that from the calligraphy type work you know some of the the The work on the crest rails and little designs terrorists at something that you've done as always just been interested in art. You know i mean. I think every woodward is probably a frustrated artists probably and just always always done something with my hands saying you're a you guys remember the little. Forget what they're called but it was always like. Oh you can become an artist if you draw this turtle in no yeah. Yeah yeah yes i remember. That was a kid. I would always practice those things. I don't know i. I just never really had the gumption to send a man i never. I never felt my stuff was good enough. I think well. I have said you were outstanding. All the earth. Those tears stuff like that. It's just been. I like embellishing things. And i just had had it with black over. Red is nothing. i. I think it's a beautiful finished but i was done with it myself. I just didn't want to. I and one of the chairs on the site is a bright red with gold. Yup looking at right now. That's one that someone said that They were going on about some kind of pain africa. It was like you know you can't just use any pain. you gotta use. Whatever is like. I can use anything Spray playing. they're like no. You can't so that cheers break. Wow and the but the gold on it is not. I'm assuming a gold is actually a little pink. Okay no kidding. Wow that is fantastic. Were drawing on just. It's made to mimic a stencil. What i did was i. Don't hold stencil. Books photocopied it in large to get to that size and then i just know used copy. What does the the call a copy paper more orders carbon paper. They don't even call carbon. Yeah but same idea. Transfer paper transfer of the geese where they were gonna go and then just free. It's just like looking and just see in a little The hash marks like very motif of supposed to represent screening or something so right. That was actually a lot easier. You can train your hands a hold out on edge and drawl A pretty easy. But i found easier way to do. It is to take a block would just moved the block would down and that makes a trance rate against it. Yeah yeah exactly. It's a little piece of would. Just move it down Get blinds like that. And then the edges. Of course you just do by freeman. Because you have your outside and i just love that kind of stuff Playing finishes my grandfather worked for gibson. Was there a master fancher for them. Your read that in your in your Bio gas. So did you get to spend some time with him on finishing and you know because they do a lot of lacquer work on those guitar he's still survived until accuse eighty six eighty five but still houston's pretty old run. Winston cigarettes still felix eighty. Two doctor said i should probably quit. What's the point at the poi- Cancer in like. Oh now's the time because like no time. Ship sailed long. But yeah..

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"peter galbraith" Discussed on The Current

The Current

06:48 min | 6 months ago

"peter galbraith" Discussed on The Current

"Hi damon fareless host of hunting warhead from. Cbc podcasts in. The norwegian newspaper fiji hunting. Warhead follows a global team of police and journalists says the attempt to dismantle a massive network of predators on the dark web winner of the grand prize for best investigative reporting the new york festivals and recommended by the guardian culture and the globe in mail. You can find hunting warhead on. Cbc listen or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast. More than three years after isis was chased out of raka syria. The question of what to do with the families of isis fighters who have canadian citizenship has still not been answered. there are women and children's still detained in camps in northeastern syria. Last month canada's federal government provided travel documents for a four year old girl to enter this country but others including the girl's mother are still living a life in limbo margaret. Evans is a cbc senior correspondent. Based in london. She was at the al roj detention camp where she spoke with some of the canadian women. There including that girl's mother margaret history returned and joins me now from london margaret. Good morning. Hi matt what is life like inside this camp. Well it's It's dismal by all accounts to the to the women. We spoke to its. We weren't actually allowed to visit them in the tents that they're living in but it is as you might pick your any refugee camp You know behind barbed wire armed guards and There about twenty five hundred people in this particular camp that seven hundred eighty four families of suspected isis militants. The women we spoke to talk to you Basically the lock of horizon but also living in in a camp in these cramped conditions and they worried about money food Being able to to to have medicine for the kids that kind of thing permanent caribbeans are there. It's hard to tell precisely it. Estimates are that it's between thirty and thirty five with most of them being children and many of them kids under the age of six one of the canadian women. Who is there. As i mentioned is the mother of that four year old who was brought to canada in march. What can you tell us about her. Well when we spoke to. I should say i'm asked that. We not identify them so that it would protect the identity in particular of their children but they also wanted to guard their own identity. They're all aware that their place is not viewed with sympathy by a lot of canadians Have court cases pending. They have lawyers in canada acting on their behalf and they were all women who seemed really frightened. They were frightened of saying the wrong thing because they have lawyers acting on their behalf. They were frightened of speaking in front of their syrian kurdish jailers and they were frightened of being stuck in that camp forever in frightened for the future of their children's children. This young woman took the decision to basically get her child out even though she knew that she couldn't get out and so she with the help of a former. Us diplomat named peter. Galbraith actually managed to get this done Her he helped her sister traveled to northern iraq than across the border into this region of syria which is an autonomously run region by the syrian kurds. So state players can say it's a state was area. We can't go. That's canada. Also says but in any case you asked about this young woman. She's she's like any woman you might need. She was concerned about Her child she was friendly. She is not wearing a niqab the the uniform of many isis women. Of course she's now wearing tight black jeans. She had a ball cap sunglasses on. Says she's been going through a lot of change. She's worried about these changes. She's made because there are radicalized women in the camp there are still people who are very strongly supporting isis. And she says that that decision to change the way she looks puts her in danger. She's been labeled in prostate. Yeah and she felt again that the situation that they were facing in that camp was desperate enough that she would take this dramatic step of letting her daughter come to canada with her and being again. Peter galbraith is a former u. s. diplomat described it as a selfless act. And you know all of the women that we spoke to see it. Because i mean you're they're living in this camp and they're sort of part of each part of their identity is affected their mothers. She talked about having to pack bag of her daughter as she left you putting it in her favorite teddy bear rabbit and basically you know she called it sugar coating but you know saying to her daughter. You go ahead. i'll come come later. But and she talked birch sort of swinging between the hope that that might actually happen and despair but knowing that life in the camp is so miserable and and right now so without a horizon that was a chance for her daughter to half alive that she feels that she might not she might be denied. Hoover debate the realistically that they will be reunited. I think she does. I think that yeah. I think that there's still hope alive in in certainly the four women that i talked to. I mean like you said sort of swinging between despair and hope that you know she. She she talked about trying to make amends. She said she joined a de radicalization program. That's available in the camp in saying. She felt remorseful. Because i don't know what i can do to show people. How remorseful i am. You know every bit sort of sense that everybody makes mistakes she. She says i asked her. What were you like when you laugh like how did how did this happen she. She described herself as someone who was quite easily led that her circumstances were almost like she was being groomed. You as she met some money canada who introduced her to this to this earth. Man she married and then came. She insists she you know she committed no crimes while living within the.

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"peter galbraith" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"peter galbraith" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"That kind of stuff. So Steam Bending Scharping, Guna bunch of worked. So if you're interested in greenwood woodworking it's GonNa. Be Great to pick up. Twenty five bucks. For. Hundred Minute instructional. Not. Bad at all and does this does this following their series of? Yeah I? Don't think there I don't think they're like all interrelated but you know it is. It is the videos I don't think part one. I don't think it's evolving concept is the videos that they produced. And for the consideration DVD's they said it's will be out lane or August. Yeah. But for only dollars more than the streaming downloadable version. So depending on your what you've got at home to play stuff too much more physical copies isn't that bad? If you have a DVD player. Yeah I know I still do my Blu Ray player so play DVD's okay but no most next off at streaming. Good deployer up in clauses. Still has right so. Old School like that I still liked the the copy I like to have it in my hand I. Don't like to look at it on an yeah. Yeah. That has some appeal and then lastly I want to bring up in this branch. thinking. I saw this right before the show. To the show but. Lost Press. Chris over there has put out a new video on sharpening a curved scraper in his technique works for curved or straight scrapers using carbide Berkshire. So apparently come up with a new technique and close to the show starting that I did not have time to watch the eight minute video yet. So but I figured I'd throw it in there. stuff easily always has a great to techniques on stuff like that. So I'd recommend you over to Los Start presses on his blog called idiot sharpening. Is it with with any? Guides are or anything or is it still the typical? I? Think you lay I said we'll draw the burners across the rollout and I'm I'm sure it's it's like that but I think the technique your is using a burmeister and like I said, I am assuming some stuff just from some of the stuff in the post but I don't WanNA speak at a time without seeing the video. But I figured I'd just throw it in their case anybody can go over there and take a hand. At this point the listeners may know more about it Ha-. I happen to own a car by Brasher I don't have any curved a which one young. I think. It's probably a woodcraft one I lo WHO's it is. Nothing but it's it's a, it's an rockwell, fifty nine or so. It's not a screwdriver. It's a Herbie hide or. Maybe it's not carbide. Yeah. It probably hardens he yeah. Yeah I think this is the car budge couple places. You can just the carbide today I wanna say it's like argue rasp it's not but it's a French company that makes these. Carbide. Furniture's that are pretty cool. But. WanNa to bring it up a photo of it so. The name the name is argue, yeah, there's the RASP company that's Rascon leaders are no a are. Are. There, you go. Arnold. Owen and. That is funky. Yep I have one of those they were click champ. It's got a Try has got around side where has a little round bunker in another side is trying corvette furnish it's almost like a longer carbide insert down the site little handle Yup and that was another recommendation from Chris aroused press knocking isn't it? Yeah. There he goes aren't aren't over. Forty Bucks Yeah. So it works like a pin, what it does and being carbide that last a lifetime. Oh, I didn't notice he selling them. Yeah. Yeah. In realize he was actually seldomly. So so you can pick one of those up. All right. We're learning lots here. Okay, well, let's move onto a what's in the shop so Shaun what's going on? Yeah. I won't say finally because I do love it but summer summer Lacrosse as weird as it was during the Hulk Hogan thing Phil happened it lasted a lot longer than normally. So now we record this in the. Approaching the Tehran detail on July, it just got done last week. So now are we lead nights are a little more open and our weekend a little more open. So hopefully now because what I was doing with piecemeal building a shed in the back I, got it the foundation and got the floor frame done. So I still haven't even order to lumber to build on top of frame hopefully now that will proceed I would actually finalizing resigned today it's like an order all at once and get it shipped here because I don't own the puck the Oh man I know, but it's it's like. Yeah raise. One that doesn't deal in chief goods. I have a Houston. I kid you not I used to drive a Saturn, the little four door and Saturn ion and I went to my local hardwoods store and I bought like I forget when I was getting I've got some ash and some others anyway I got some good. Dick. Stock and I then leaned it up on my trunk and pulled out a an saw broke down and got it in my car like I was that kind of guy. MONOSSO. So this is this is I need. Forty studs and a few twelve foot boards. But literally less than a dozen sheep siding in less than six sheep of be for the roof like simple fun a little too much. I could rent a truck and Janet there but I can shift here so. The way we're going though nothing nothing too exciting. It's been a Fairly hectic summer. This kind of balancing all over the place who well, for me I'm finally backed working on the Gal rocker and the mess around with that, and of course of come up with I. Think I, mentioned this a little bit last time but I perfected the technique for cutting rockers, Lotto Ivan been watching your posts about this now. That a barrier Brussels. I love the accuracy you're getting from the jigs at you're creating in using. Are you causing Peter Galbraith, any gas by doing it this way as opposed to some other smokers traditional way I don't think. So we'll mind will Mike Cook Nick relies heavily on having much stretchered. If you don't have much strategic or something like that it's not gonNA work..

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"peter galbraith" Discussed on The World Next Week

The World Next Week

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"peter galbraith" Discussed on The World Next Week

"In the meantime, one is Did we start? Did you just have a a session, a special session of the Scottish Parliament, and if so, why and was it all virtual end? What was the big deal? Why did everyone have to get called back in July? Well, you know we. We have a work ethic. Fortunately. Epidemic nobody believes that we should be a way for substantial periods of time. We are technically on recess, but we've. We've match. We're meeting. Three weekly cycles because the First Minister of the review, our regulations undercover takes three weeks, so she aggressive violent, and we deal with that and we do virtual question sessions because we believe that that you we should still be answerable to to the country to its representatives. We, I do quite a lot. Virtually I mean in where I'm sitting in my. In my door study looking over a local. I've done a parliamentary statements from here. I've answered questions in here appeared in front of parliamentary committees from here and brise by three hours by car different. Sue them for five occasions to do things. But we we, it's just not normal year, so are non. Patted, would-be, we would end the end of June. We would start again at the beginning of September We've finished at the end of June. We will start again on the eleventh of August when schools go back, schools have been since the twenty third of well being that since the twentieth, a much scores go back on the August and we will go back then but. I will be in Parliament on the twenty thousand nine hundred thirty s this month, and I will be doing a statement of some sort before, so we're we keep ourselves busy. We believe in seventy people. But there was no particular crisis this month, regarding London's negotiations on Brexit or anything well. Yeah I. Mean I think the reason I got to give a statement before the thirtieth will be expecting, which there will be a white paper new government. Tomorrow's as said on issues which we believe substantially undermined divorce settlement, so that will be part of it but you know the main issue is. An. Issue is making sure that we keep the Pompton people informed of that the first minister undertakes. Daily press conferences on Calvin at up until now. They've been five days a week I. think that will change shortly. But we still do the televised people you know that is open to press question for lengthy periods of time. and you know we we're very. The Kutai gave you an impact and and being honest with people is what we tried to follow, so we fight to make sure that people have all the information they need. I believe. Peter Galbraith has another question Peter. Thank you. and I wanted to just say I I was not being critical of of Scottish independence. When I was asking about the economic issue, it was the sense though that often in these circumstances where people feel they're in the case of Scotland dragged out quite what England did that that can overcome economic issues and I also think point out that countries often do very well after independence, a obviously the Baltic countries case in point of fact of Croatia, Slovenia, clearly, better without Yugoslavia my question as a events in Ireland Northern Ireland effect the Scottish situation I think the polls show. That there's. Majority now for United Ireland or at least very close There's a process. Perhaps you might explain for having a referendum there. You see that process going forward with Boris. Johnson government and I guess it would raise the question of if they are willing to do it in Ireland A. How could they say no to doing it in Scotland? Accepted a special situation in Ireland is recovering from a federation of Civil War essentially. It is, it is not like Scotland, and therefore we've always accepted. Special arrangements for another round have to be made in Rhode Island, and we've never dawn equivalences without, and wouldn't do so and is quite dangerous. Joy collinses, as you well know between national movements in various places there everything is different but there are some interesting issues in in northern. Ireland and the special settlements within Brexit is a particularly important one. There is a special protocol in West Role Agreement Maine and Northern Ireland will sit somewhere between you and the UK. It will have regulatory. Alignment with the EU and the border will therefore not be a border per se in terms of goods, and it will be treated in a special way. Our view is if that is possible for. It should have been possible got, and they should have been some special arrangements Scotland, and that was not reached. The question of of Irish reunification. They different one at you know. There are two in a number of players in there I think the new t shock in a in Ireland. Martin has made it clear that he doesn't think the time is right for a border poll and the border you can be called lives with with the consent of both sides, but I don't think that's likely to happen immediately. I think it's going to happen at some stage. But a lot of this is. The same issue and the issue is. BREXIT has precipitated. He'll change. That was underway in any age. Voted Against Brexit to. The only part of the of the islands so to speak. That got didn't get anything voted for. Wheels voted for Brexit. Narrowly voted for Brexit England voted for Brexit. Northern Ireland voted against it getting special status Scotland voted against it more than any of the Muslim nodded and he's getting nothing. And the the tensions created by Brexit have exacerbated. What was an ongoing process? You've got to look at the issues. Independence, not as some modern phenomenon I mean this. This has been going on for well over a hundred years. The sub committee for this indication Scottish writes in the eighteen fifties eighteen sixties. Campaign for restoration the position advocate. The growing. Administrative delivery took place in the late nineteenth twentieth century, and there's a school that would argue that the was held us back where a number of events at which which? Renewed UK solidarity British Daddy to where wars the creation. Of the of the Health Service and so on at, but the process has been going on I. Mean you know I I mentioned earlier, my grandfather, my grandfather publishers in English publisher. I, think he he would be astonished was a Scottish Parliament because he died in the nineteen sixties, and it was a long way then I don't think any the majority of it, and you'll be astonished. Grandson was in a Scottish Parliament administered. Moist discussing this with a distinguished American audience so the nightline this. Has Been a process underway..

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"peter galbraith" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"peter galbraith" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"To sell the rumor with it as civic that it needs to fit properly or fit with the JIG I bought? Well the valley rumors at Twelve degrees included angle so each side is six degrees of the cone. Let's say so Most in other chair makers utilize that Roemer. There's some chair makers that utilize eleven degrees and honorary. Well it's something that My Dunbar You know the winds were instituted. Really Started Teaching Windsor chairs on twenty twenty twenty five years England. He is ornery and he started with the eleven degree Reamer but then most chair makers I know like your Peter Galbraith Carter's Buchanon Elia bizarre and they all use Six degrees warmer so three degrees outside in most of the people I know us six degree rumors. And those are the ones that you can buy from Elliot and Tim Manny. You know the wooden hand remorse and they're really nice so But to use this boring jake to Tarim holes or really need a medal. Rumor that can be used under drill. So that's the reason and the reason for me having been built at the six degrees is 'cause Used to that's what everyone has probably may be already have ten cutters for their legs six degrees. So you WanNa follow all that so so I just need to find a source and I've had a lot of DM's from folks going. Let me news. Soon as you find a source you know because a lot of people are using these These handwriting Merson..

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"peter galbraith" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

15:51 min | 1 year ago

"peter galbraith" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Live radio people becoming crazy but I just I say it's it's a little bit like going out four wheel and on the old logging roads in the woods. It's probably less environmentally damaging or whatever and So we we just bump belong here and get to where we need to be. Which is talking with Peter Galbraith? I have been introducing you for a little bit here here. Peter thanks for joining Filibuster your gentleman and a scholar for joining us this morning from. You're you're in Switzerland right. I am and what are you. What are you doing Switzerland skiing good for you? I actually took that guess. I said I said he could just be skiing. He's in the middle of some international diplomatic intrigue over there but he could just be skiing so I'm glad to hear you're enjoying a little Vacation time over there. That's great so Tell me I'm sure you've also been following the news when you're doing your apres ski moments over there And and this attack by the United States. It's on the On the Iranian General Qassem Sulamani. The it's causing a lot of international upset and I know you've spent significant time in the Middle East refresh us on your Your your sort of give us a brief brief recap of the resume in connection with the Middle East. Well I've I've followed the this part of the world and specifically Iraq Iran Syria Since nineteen seventy nine since The Iran hostage crisis At that time I was working for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee where I was for fourteen years then. I had a a little diversion as ambassador to Croatia. But after that as a professor in the National Defense University and then has Somebody who is helping the Iraqi Kurds negotiate defacto independence and the Iraqi constitution as somebody who wrote extensively about Iraq Somebody who went to Iran in two thousand fifteen leading the first trip from Harvard University to the country as somebody who's made fifteen trips to Syria since since the war began Area I know fairly well. That's what we buy and does some some of the actors in many of the actors involved in office What do you think of the of the assertion by the president and his people that Qasim Sulamani was planning actively planning Some mm-hmm attack on the United States or its people or its interests that was Unusual enough to warrant this action. Action is the sexual assassination. Well I I. I don't know the evidence that trump may have had Tools made the decision if in fact they had had any evidence at all. Some of the press reporting suggests that the evidence was pretty thin The United States and Iran have been in hostile relations for a very long time. Although at times they've also cooperated operated They cooperated in in Afghanistan against the Taliban they cooperated most recently in the fight against the Islamic state and Costume Silva meaning so a major part of it now So many in the after the. US invasion of Iraq which brought to power Iran's allies allies US military then went after some of these rainy in allies including the cleric mcdonagh. All solder and Filippini came to their support and guess Wisconsin Wisconsin between Iranian forces or forces that were trained by the Iranians and and US forces all that It's a very big step from there. to the actual assassination the one of the most important figures in Iran. I mean it's a imagine that would be the equivalent of of Iranians assassinating the Secretary of defense the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Yeah Yeah I mean. It was a very provocative action And we have a a impulsive president Who is extremely dishonest? So we we can't really rely on his word now. It might be true but when you keep wanting People just can't rely on well. The president himself self has been very very skeptical. In many instances of the information that has been produced in recent years by the United States Intelligence Apparatus and obviously I would think that if he has any the evidence. That Sulamani was Involved in In planning some imminent attack on the United States where it's interest That that that would come from some of the same intelligence sources. The president has spent most of his Ten in terms of our pooh-poohing right. Well of course he. He steeply skeptical of the intelligence. That suggested that the Russians Played a significant role in his election. although that's the unanimous this conclusion of intelligence agencies he's Skeptical intelligences conclusions. He doesn't like he's also one who's never been reluctant to blurt out national secrets so it does make it a question as to why he isn't sharing the supposed to tell in this case And whether it exists or not It's a separate question for whether it's a wise thing to do to assassinate what one of the most important people in Iran. Obviously it's inviting retaliation I it's just could easily escalate into a full-scale war And then the Trump has gone ahead and made some absolutely extraordinary threats. He has threatened into destroy Iranian cultural site. These are protected by the nineteen fifty four. Hey Convention which makes it a war. Crime go to destroy cultural sites this convention that the United States has ratified. It goes against the Security Council resolution that ah the trump administration voted for on March twenty fourth nineteen two thousand seventeen which again condemned the destruction of cultural monuments and called for the prosecution of people? Who did he has also said after the expenditure of of several trillion dollars and the sacrifice of more than five thousand lives of American service? Men and women That if the Iraqis Ask us to leave. Which of course is their right? As a sovereign country that he will impose more severe sanctions on Iraq Than those that apply to Iran. For what for having a democratically asserted their rights as a sovereign nation a democratic system. Incidentally today's that the US has paid an enormous amount of five thousand flights two trillion dollars to bring it out. You know that that really strikes strikes me as as as something to think about here now when the when if the Iraqi parliament and by the way I guess there are some questions about about the vote in the Iraqi parliament in terms of I guess they had a quorum but they but they did not have the entire body there by any means from what from what we hear now but that's correct correct. They beat the Kurdish members of parliament. boycotted because they actually want the United States forces to remain You they in spite of trump's portrayal of the Kurds that we discussed last time They would like the Iraqi Kurds would like the. US troops troops to remain. They they they while they can't really trust Trump is reliable. They they see that that the US is their only real partner to enable them to survive better than nothing right. But it's quite possible that this will lead to American troops redeployed to Kurdistan and and then possibly the the break up of Iraq. Also the sunny members of parliament largely didn't show up so this was a decision taken by the Shiite members who are about sixty percent of the the population about sixty percent of the members parliament. Okay so it assuming that that we have a legitimate vote in the Iraqi Iraqi parliament saying Hey United States You know we've been entertaining you as guests for a long time now and we would like you to leave. The party is over in the United States. Chooses not to leave it. Are we in affected. That point an occupying force. Well we certainly would be Acting contrary to international law I think the one complication is would be a part of the country notably the autonomous Kurdish region where to ask the US to say in the US where to go there and and that probably is a an action that would then lead to the implementation. Tation the decision of the Kurdish people in a referendum on September twenty fifth twenty seventeen to vote for independence. Yeah that would clearly partition Kurdistan. It would that would now be the I guess effectively if not a danger if they factor of not jury a separate a separate state that would be then hosting a large. US military presence. Is that Right is already defacto. A separate separate state and it does host a significant US military presence If it were to declare independence and and of course if the US were directing now. I said then as a legal matter the US forces could continue to stay there since it would be a decision by sovereign independent. Kurdish staff guided. Niger okay all. This underscores the really very unpredictable ways. In which the story obey develop now. Yeah I mean that's what is One of the striking aspects here is that there's you know people talk about an insufficient planning for say how to end the war after you start one. That's why that may be why we're in Iraq and Afghanistan going on two decades here but Leaving that aside even It seems as though this particular situation with the Sulejmani killing Got Less planning than certainly most. US military actions is that fair. That seems to be fair that that that that nobody has anticipated what the consequences are It it it seems. Is that what what happened. Here was that The the Pentagon behave the way bureaucrats to Henry Kissenger once described the way you get the choice you want is a present the president with three options Unconditional surrender This option a option. NBA The one you want an option. C. Is a total nuclear war. So obviously the president's GONNA choose the option want in this case the killing of Sola Mamie any was the option C. and Trump went ahead and chose that at and then it doesn't appear that there were people in the national national security apparatus who've been largely purged by trump who had purged up to him and to explain to insist on explaining what the consequences consequences would be. an extrordinary. Ignorance here Again I come back to the threat to to destroy cultural monuments which incidentally are not just Iranian but these are the monuments of human civilization on the there are many of them are long pre Islamic. I mean there is a place of Alexander the Great And so you make a threat to destroy them. Nobody seems just to brief the president to say this as a war crime And of course now it's been pointed out and instead of backing down he's doubled out doubled down on saying yeah. That's what he's GonNa do the Secretary of State Who really is not doing his job? He needs to be speaking strongly about this instead. He stuck in the question. Incidentally what people need to understand is that trump is putting American servicemen and women in great danger danger because if if I if trump orders the destruction of monuments which is a war crime MHM that is being illegal order and those who carry out and illegal water order are themselves responsible for the crime. And so you've got put American servicemen and women then in the position of having to choose between an order from their commander in chief and they'll bang the law. Yeah that that is a the Obviously sort of the classic difficult position into which to put anybody in a military situation you know and a- and what is your expectation dare. Do you think that there would be some kind of a a rebellion at that point among the troops. Well this of course would presumably in order to to to The Air Force to carry out bombing raids on these monuments young cultural monuments sprayed very Whether there would be resumed. I hope there would be resistance or refusal so from the top leaders of the military and out the air force and from the pilots. You have to imagine you know supposed to You had a presidential order to to gun down a hundred children would would a soldier actually carry that out. I I don't think so I I mean I. I think the training that we have indicates while the the president's the commander in chief that he is he does not have the power to make an illegal order and this is clearly clearly something that's illegal. Yeah boy that would that. and to hear the the president's rhetoric about this as well Sulamani killed some people and therefore you know I mean it sounds like these are just you know religious icons or whatever the is housed in various cultural locations. Shins that he's talking about here as in they're they're they're less important but But but that that that really does raise some very the very Tricky issues and and I just wonder I mean again. Nobody knows how this is GonNa go play Apple. Let me ask you about one possible. We'll scenario I'm not saying it's a strong possiblity but Brighton. Quite frankly one that I think a lot of us would prefer which is that. Iran looks at the situation. Now and says You know they've poked sticking our I we are going to Stand down because we don't want to mess with this immense military power that the united any state possesses and they don't really retaliate Any chance of that. There's a chance of it. The the smart strategy for the Iranians would be to to to appear to be be reasonable party against the unreasonable unreasonable..

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"peter galbraith" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"peter galbraith" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Those are the consequences and the cost of medical care through the Va.. Or however we get it it is astronomical and it's It'd be a lot cheaper if if we stop spending money on wars and put it into into healthcare for everyone and Put it into education for everyone. We'd be a lot better off that way and up and listen why I am Mike. I want you to hang on for one because I have a question for you. I'm trying to. I'm trying to balance the the interest interest of the United States in going to war in other words. There's gotta be some upside for somebody and how Rama was just saying. It's big upside for military contractors actors and weapons manufacturers who get to sell their stuff and make money and and and what people don't remember is the downside talk about. I mean you say you say Agent Orange has done you in And obviously you know a lot of people point to Vietnam as a model of the kind of war that was mainly about You know pumping up the military industrial complex and didn't really accomplish much et CETERA. But but the you know when you think about the downside for individuals like you and and as you mentioned burn pits and how sick people have gotten as reload of chemical exposures there It's it's really Just I I think people people need to focus more on the costs and it's difficult to convince the majority of people that because not everybody knows somebody who has lived with the effects of Agent Orange through the subsequent forum awful. Yeah tell it tell me about that. I mean what is what is what have been the health effects in your life of that exposure about eleven or twelve years ago I came down with diabetes. No have neuropathy and I are I've always had tonight us from the artillery and stuff. Yeah hear me I have hearing loss. I I've got Several different things all caused from basically from eight and orange. Yeah and and I mean you know obviously asleep This impulse to want to thank you for your service. I doubt that would even really resonate with you very much. Because certainly your services cost you just so much more than than most Americans are are aware of her or really know about or frankly I think cases care about and that's and that's one of the things that makes this too easy to isn't it doesn't it kind of the fact that most of the public is is is unaware of what you and your thousands of fellow veterans suffer after coming back from on these wars. That does make it easier. Doesn't it when I go down to the Va.. And I talked to. Other guys are affected by Agent Orange. And now these new guys The younger generation affected burn pets. And I see guys walking around with An artificial Olym- That stuff all costs money and you know we could save so much if we didn't go to war for For no good reason World War Two in my opinion was the last war that we really should have been into I. I'm not just talking about the money Mike Mike. I'm talking about the human suffering lives. Yeah I'm talking about whatever your your health effects have cost you in terms.

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"peter galbraith" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

10:04 min | 2 years ago

"peter galbraith" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Delighted and very very by the whole thing very emotional do you think that made Norman so special it was the the bond that you had because you've obviously raised a lot of uh-huh so yeah he's he's settled buck in straightaway he's behaving like a little spoilt lamb is is all good you know you learn lessons during the at the Assad government will implement it now one of my Kurdish friends said to me he said well I worry that we we can't trust the rush my understanding of what is going on is that there's a chaotic withdrawal of US forces The Americans tried to pullout with them some of the most hardcore isis fighters and and the Kurds refused some of the American forces are cut off from the exit eighteen seventy five from south Vietnam when the US failed to support its ally the South Vietnamese and the country was turned over to the enemy here to the United States betrayed its ally and the end result of this is that one third of Syria's now going to the hands of Eh American adversary the Syrian government backed by Iran and Russia the reason the motivation for what has triggered all of this concern about endless wars but this wasn't one of the endless war so there is an endless war in Afghanistan there's the something of an endless war in Iraq but in the case of Syria all the fighting was done by the Kurds the Syrian Democratic Forces they took eleven thousand casualties fighting the Islamic state and if the Islamic state comes back as it now looks like it will it would have been the Kurds who would have been doing the fighting against it so it was not America's endless war aside from the presence of thousand troops who were in really quite safe circumstances now of course when the Islamic state comes back the United States is not going to have an ally to join in eating it in Syria and if the US chooses to do it itself it's going to put at risk the lives of thousands of of American servicemen are women what I think is more likely is that the trump administration will simply allow isis to come back we will have to leave it there obviously be following this very closely Mr Calgary thank you well very good talking to you bye goodbye Peter Galbraith is a former US ambassador and democratic state senator who has there's an advisor to the Kurds he was in Townsend Vermont this afternoon. US President Donald Trump announced plans to impose sanctions on Turkish government officials inquiry steel tariffs and said he would immediately stop negotiations on a trade deal with Turkey.

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"peter galbraith" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

30:05 min | 2 years ago

"peter galbraith" Discussed on Amanpour

"Hello everyone and welcome to on board here's what's coming up the American people Have the right to know if the president is acting in their interests the White House blogs a key witness in the impeachment inquiry I'll speak with the president's unofficial spokesman American politics and abandoning allies in Syria who will answer the call when the US next needs help then seeing people go to the Hanso become in my view was radically radicalization that freaking out the whistle blower expose the data harvesting scandal at Cambridge Analytica Christopher Wiley on how it help trump get elected welcome to the program everyone I'm.

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"peter galbraith" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"peter galbraith" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"But I think that, you know, Representative Omar if she manages to keep her seat and go forward will eventually find ways of navigating the the rhetoric that that's necessary to deploy to be effective on this issue. And this is the one place. I'm a big supporter of hers. I I don't want undermine her. But I do think if you're talking about political effectiveness that that there are ways of expressing oneself that that maybe are more likely to result in in in actual chief. I agree with you. I think every indication is that she's obviously incredibly talented and diligent, and she'll you know absorb it. And I think also not only strategically but legitimately. I think she's. Actually, clearly, very empathetic person who's interested and engaged. And I will all say, you know, I didn't think I would contribute money to anybody. Besides Bernie Sanders, and it wasn't much, but it felt very satisfying to to contribute money to her congressional committee. And I hope everybody else will do the same because she needs. I think I mean, this is a a flaring. But I mean ongoingly she's going to need to she's going to need an enormous amount of solidarity and support the fight back against all of just the lies and base bigotry that will be targeted at her. Yeah. Well, the other thing to say, though, is that what she's done is. I think enormously useful. Yes. In the sense that the Nancy Pelosi's think, they're progressive and have never done anything at all. For for the the the oppressed Palestinians who are stateless right and in some instances under siege. In in other instances are actively having their. Property and the right stolen from the abide by armed Israeli squatters on their land and Pelosi won't admit this has never admitted it goes to a pack and talks about how the alliance with Israel is essential to being American which is exactly the kind of thing that L Hano mart was complaining about and the democratic establishment has to come to terms with the reality of the occupation. Which is not going away, which is going to produce more and more crises in my nightmare. Is that some some way somehow the Israeli fire, right? We'll find a way to destroy the dome of the rock and the most up some osc. And and and I have I think they have no idea what that's going to produce in the greater Muslim world because you know, in Iraq the. The Peter Galbraith. So that the most successful act of terrorism in Iraq killed no one which was the the blowing up of the Samara golden dome, which was sacred to Shiites, and they kicked off in two thousand six massive civil war in Iraq and people care about these religious symbols in ways that I think secular pundits don't understand. So there are lots of things about the occupation that could produce further conflict and very dire conflict. But that's the one that's for most in my mind. And so the, you know, the idea that we, you know, Mitt Romney and twenty twelve is asked about the was really then he said we'll just have to kick the can down the road. There's nothing that can be done. And that is extremely dangerous. Professor one Cole. He's the author of Mohammed profit of peace. You gotta read informed comment. If you want to understand what's happening in the broader men region, but also other things like. Sustainable energy. It's an indispensable resource. I learned so much from you professor Cole. Thank you so much for your time. It's been great talking to you, Michael. Thank you. All right, folks. We're gonna take a brief break. And then we're gonna come back with our second guest. The great Meghan day. Jackson magazine. Welcome back to this double header majority report joining us now is Meghan Daesh. She's a staff writer at the Jackman magazine. Her latest pieces are wielding the imperial presidency..

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"peter galbraith" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"peter galbraith" Discussed on Amanpour

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"peter galbraith" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"peter galbraith" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Have driven the kurds now to hold the referendum on independence second the citizens of kirkuk can vote in the referendum the referendum will not decide whether kirkuk is part of the new country of kurdistan are part of iraq there would still be either a negotiation for a separate referendum in which the people of kirkuk choose between being part of iraq and being part of the new country of kurdistan kirkuk does appear to have a kurdish majority so logically of one would expect the people would choose to be part of kurdistan but this referendum will not decide its status if only us ambassador peter galbraith they all the two biggest concerns who european city plan is today the environment and terrorism but what happens when there is a clash in paris a major overhaul is underway way to make the city more attractive to cyclists over the next few years hundreds of kilometres of new cycle lanes as being pinned with corresponding restrictions on may two traffic but paris police are increasingly worried about the implications for their ability to get to the scene of an attack quickly he's cowfield reports peres this endless summaries of city under roadworks on the avenue delay groendahl may be the up the onto trio of laying down new cycle lay it's the same old the riverside drive on homeless said in the west and by the on the root of rivoli it's all part of an ambitious a 150millioneuro plan to make paris one of europe's cycling capitals over the next three years the city's socialist administration wants to double the amount of track available to bicycles in so doing of course removing a large amount of the road space that till now has been used by the motor car.

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"peter galbraith" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"peter galbraith" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The president of iraqi kurdistan masud buttiglioni has been speaking to the bbc ahead of the vote he says the poll will draw all the borders of a future kurdish state even if baghdad doesn't recognize the vote more shorter lose a wollebek going that learning selfdetermination is a wellknown international rights and law we ask country saying we should delay if they had an alternative for us kim they haven't suggested anything yet the lewis said we will go ahead when have we ever had stability and security that we should be concerned about losing it when was iraq say united that we should be worried about breaking its unity those who are saying this just looking for excuses to stop us rosie egbahl has been speaking to the former us ambassador peter galbraith who is also an expert on kurdish abaz she began by asking him to assess whether wears a watershed moment for the codes of iraq the kurds have dreamed of having their own country for a century they thought they had been promised it at the peace agreement at the end of the world war one and then they felt cheated and so for i think all iraqi kurds said this is a historic moment once the people vote independence becomes inevitable and i think that this great excitement and kurdistan about it at for people who have endured repression genocide the chaos of modern iraq this is a moment that many never thought would happen at and yet now see at hand you sound pretty confident that this is what's going to happen they're all many obstacles along the way the first one that is the most obvious one that's emerged is iraq's objection to the referendum being held a tool is being unconstitutional what's your reaction to that.

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