20 Burst results for "Pyonyang"

Is China Undermining Efforts to Disarm North Korea?

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:56 min | 2 years ago

Is China Undermining Efforts to Disarm North Korea?

"So try this bulletin line which has been a great frustration for the United States in the west for longtime is that China was worried about North Korea getting nukes shoal, but that was never Trump China's number one morning. China's number one light met was a sort of collapse of North Korean dictatorship and civil war in unrest. And then eventually kind of messy, chaotic, read affiliation of the Korean peninsula with American troops on shortest China's border. That was that Nightline. So essentially, China has been willing to live with the very badly behaved, very cruel and repressive North Korea as if you like it kind of Buffa stay to a giant prison camp between three million North Koreans, which China down to the ground. And so now seeing America tied up in knots, but no longer pushing China to impose the toughest sanctions on those Korean. That's pretty good news. And you point out correctly that dome Trump is frustrated says, told his sexually state not to go. We here in Beijing were expecting to see the Chinese leader Xi Jinping potentially going. His first visits to the North Korean capsule Pyonyang as soon as next month when there's a big communist party shindig over that. And that would be extruded kind of optics that as Donald Trump loses patience with North Korea, the Chinese that being given a kind of no doubt, five star read comrade. By the North Korean. Right. Okay. So here we are ready talking about US actions and how they are being interpreted abroad. So this the Trump administration, having challenges with the North Korean negotiations, notwithstanding David Rennie. I mean in China, what else is is a big story that you think we ought to be paying attention to. Well, I guess people have clearly in in in America Ferguson tells the trade news and I'm show tons of this laser. The potential of is NAFTA dead. Is it now just to deal with the Mexicans? Will the Canadians join it? China's? We'll say wondering, are we about to have a trade war with Donald Trump or Agri? And you're seeing the Chinese very unsure of how to handle Donald Trump and you're saying the Chinese, he felt for Donald Trump was the kind of pragmatic business guy, and surely both countries had so much to lose. They would never risk everything on a trade will the no, no, really quite social. How to present in China has an awful lot of things wants to get done, domestically unites needs to generate a lot of jobs. It needs to clean out the police Darik SCO, lotta stuff in its played. The one thing that didn't want to have to do is try and play second guessed by reading Donald Trump's tweets and trying to work out what has gone in the White House has a mind for them and a real suspicion that actually the hottest of hotline is run Donald Trump, having mind. Something pretty close to containing China to blocking China's Roy's. And if it's that them could be in for a very, very, bumpy curious. Well, so you see, we are working hard here to try to get out of the Washington for text, but you know, point taken, obviously what happens in the United States, especially with American leadership does matter around the world,

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North Korea says Japan is stalling peace over Korean Peninsula

Mike Gallagher

01:02 min | 3 years ago

North Korea says Japan is stalling peace over Korean Peninsula

"North korea accusing japan of trying to hinder the move toward peace on the korean peninsula japanese government has been noticeably skeptical of north korea's latest piece offers but the issue of abductions is extremely sensitive here in the nineteen seventies and eighties north korea kidnapped at least a dozen japanese citizens it used them to train north korean agents in japanese language and customs in two thousand pyonyang admitted it had done so and allowed five of them to return to japan but north korea said all the others had died tokyo has never believed that explanation the bbc's rupert wingfield hayes china says it's sending an envoy to the us this week for talks aimed at cooling a trade dispute that threatens to up markets from soybeans to steal beijing also welcoming comments by president trump hitting it a possible easing of sanctions on embattled chinese telecom firms e t e townhall dot com this is done stevens of mercyships dot.

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"pyonyang" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"pyonyang" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"National security strategist and the new york times bestselling author of defeating jihad dr thank you life i having me on the show i ask you a simple question does this make the united states and our allies safer what will when the full package on sanctions is reinstated by the president what we've had for the last three years is american money money been frozen since nineteen seventy nine released to iran and facilitating the sponsorship of terrorism so that insanity and the idea that they deal with signed with america included that allowed them to actually acquire nuclear weapons people people forget this sounds set close of obama so called legacy stop the acquisition of nuclear weapons it just delayed it so all of that changes we'll have i believe why according to pyonyang model will have will follow the the very very stringent set of sanctions that was put up put on north korea thanks nikki haley the same will be done with iran and as soon as iran realizes what this means for the elite intech ron you'll see a change in that behavior beyond the lifting of the sanctions the other thing that iran got from this whole iran nuclear deal was that payout all the pallets and pallets of money that the obama administration shuttled to them in the dark of night that's gone they got their big carrot i mean why now pull out when we can't get that money back iran sorta walks away saying fine we got what we wanted right right right it's the only deal in history i mean ever heard of deal where you've got a bad potty amount of factor and you give them everything up front.

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For Trump, Jeff Sessions' recusal from Russia probe was 'original sin': Priebus

Herman Cain

02:04 min | 3 years ago

For Trump, Jeff Sessions' recusal from Russia probe was 'original sin': Priebus

"The european union the trump is threatened attacks european cars at the eu slapped tariffs that american products it's all a response to the white house decision to increase tariffs on imported steel and aluminum senator lindsey graham of south carolina also thinks the president should reconsider those tariffs telling cbs face the nation those terracar misdirected incorrectly identified the problem of china dumping stale throughout the world a store the american steel industry your solution is let china off the hook very experts believe the tariffs will calls prices and americanmade products to surge but a white house trade advisor claims any price increase will be negligible president trump beach with the israeli prime minister today at the white house benjamin netanyahu will speak at the annual conference of the pro israel rule of lobby eight pack later this week israel is applauded the white house decision to recognize jerusalem as its capital but it also wants the us to do more to crack down on iran special counsel robert miller may be taking a closer look at the business portfolio presidential soninlaw jared kushner he has a large family business that he has not entirely divested from and that business puts him at odds with the administration in some instances it would appear abc's david right says there are questions about us support for an economic blockade of cutter just weeks after cutter refused to invest it a real estate venture bobby kushner's family as the bickering continues three president trump at attorney general jeff sessions former chief of staff reince priebus tells abc's this week it could be bad news for the white house i think it is a problem and i don't think that it would be good for the president for for attorney general sessions to leave that trump wants to get attack sessions last week for his handling of the russia investigation riva says the prizes won't let sessions off the hook for recusing himself a special envoy for south korea's president heads to north korea for talks with the north nuclear program leader kim jonghoon they'll also discussed ways to reopen communication between pyonyang of the us if follows an earlier meeting between kim sister and south korean leaders the white house says any talks between the us and north korea must include the.

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"pyonyang" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"pyonyang" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Already there has already there might nato late c l later alert laid nerve her car i'll get can we go to chicago for this lapse and love shuttle this i laughed way to heart of this and it's not all the way funny but it's kinda funny so abc's w l ask channel seven is feeling kind of embarrassing today um they were doing a story on the olympics on their news programme you but as everybody is right now because you can't get away from the olympics every yes the limp the olympics are held in pyongyang chang two nights every birdie pyong charging to a night the olympics are being held in pyonyang chang pangchang is in south korea they put up a graphic on their other newscast that's is it was supposed to be of the pyongnyang olympics train mcj vogue if they were in pyongyang self saw that all kind of olympics people really are running for their lives i've the pyong chang olympics but what they put up instead was a logo for a restaurants and the name of that restaurant pf chang twenty eight this happened bradley this actually happens it is the it is the logo ascertain when twenty and is earmarking what it how did that happen well okay so as they're trying to this describe or or or share why that happens yeah they say it happened because they were going to use that exact same logo for a spoof story for another outlet buzz they but it was a satirical piece that they were going to use it for by there's about this a spouse a sports anchor mark jian greko and it's in the he didn't end of using it and now they're not sure whether or not he actually will end up using it but it accident lagat used during the reporting of the piandi chang olympics this is so it's is that not wholly areas that are being it's hilarious but it should never i mean you know to stole word all orphan of can i tell you what makes you have changed the best you know they were applied they replied yes and they replied contrary to this broadcast we are not hosting the games smiley face winky face i bet they sent them all food to fight over to man i.

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"pyonyang" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"pyonyang" Discussed on WDRC

"Uh refusing to allocate resources to uh keep our end of the bargain and the north koreans thought we were cheating we've thought they were cheating in a kind of fell apart but it's actually stayed around as a useful diplomatic platform for us until the bush administration put north korea an axis of evil and went in overthrew de saddam hussein regime in kind of signal to north korea that they better get a nuclear deterrent or else will invade and overthrow the regime which is something we kind of cavalierly talk about some unfortunate regularity john it almost sounds like you're blaming us for north korea's decision to do something that the rest of the world said should not be done and that is for north korea to go nuclear and that it's our fault because we didn't do enough north korea used the time during that diplomacy uh to to further its nuclear ambitions and now they appear to have arrived they have a hydrogen bomb they have a nuclear bomb uh they have missiles that are capable of delivering though those web weapons to our shores i mean so so if you say it wasn't just an opportunity for them go ahead and develop and then to blame us saying it's our fault that they decided to go nuclear because they watched what we were doing uh with the overthrow of gaddafi and with other actions in the middle east i beg to differ north korea had a very clear message from the rest of the world don't go nuclear and they decided to do it anyway and they did it while we were talking so the plenty of blame to go around and all the actors i think involved uh deserves some blame but if we avoid admitting that we actually have some role to play in the to pyongyang's decision to go new nuclear will uh so it was sort of run away from the reality of the situation the the expert community and the scholarship on pyongyang's foreign policy uh this basically consensus that pyonyang pursued nuclear weapons for one the primary reason which is to deter an invasion by the united states which as i said it's something that's cavalierly in some with some unfortunate regularity talked about in washington dc as a possibility to deal with the.

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"pyonyang" Discussed on WGSO 990AM

WGSO 990AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"pyonyang" Discussed on WGSO 990AM

"To japan and south korea north korea is a pretty scary thing and obviously that's going to be heavily discussed on the agenda of course it's going to be heavily discussed you've got that so you've got a senior korean official issuing pretty much a stern warning to the world that they should take literally that there's a threat to a nuclear weapon above ground in pyonyang they've been working on that accept tre and when we see these missile launches it is disconcerting there's no doubt about it think about this since september pyonyang's flew of ballistic missile over japan and north korea carried out six nuclear tests they claim to have detonated a hydrogen bomb that could fit on top of the ballistic missiles so this yeah not good of course at all and frightening because we can joke about kim jong luna com the rocket man as the president has done and people that make fun of it and all that but deep down it is a very tenuous and yet absolute scary scary situation as to another one this one is from gloria and gloria says kate this situation in puerto rico was absolutely frightening to me and the san juan mayor car in crews apparently has called a multimillion dollar contract awarded to a small montana firm to help restore power and puerto rico alarming she says there should be cancelled immediately he said because the process wasn't clear wasn't transparent it was an moral it was an ethical white fish energies the name of the company you're talking about i remember that and it's a new were firm but there's ties to the trump administration so yes this is a story that starting to break inserting to have more of a conversation about that and so of course the mayor is saying it's misplaced in shouldn't happen and whitefish posted a state thin on its twitter saying at whitefish energy feels that asking for transparency transparencies misplace what are they afraid we will find so i don't know it's it's crazy because the company even i mean they feel sensitive out they say we have forty four lime in rebuilding power lines in san juan and forty more men just arrived you want us to send them back or keep working now there's a back and forth with carmen cruz and this energy company don't know where it's going to end up that while crazy and.

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"pyonyang" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"pyonyang" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Have a friend who's got two kids that have lots of friends have children but i have a friend and particularly close to in her two children are fourteen inch twelve and talking to them the kids do talk about politics in the lunchroom and they do talk and they don't really talk about it so much in class but they're talking about it amongst themselves and the conversations are interesting to hear their points of view trust me they see the same thing that you say you're seeing again craziness as me to another one this one is a from booker hike kate america tonight listeners wanted to say hello to all of you really enjoy listening to the nra erica tonight wondering what's going to happen when the president goes to japan and south korea north korea is a pretty scary thing in and obviously that's going to be heavily discussed on the agenda of course it's going to be heavily discuss you've got that so you've got a senior korean official issuing pretty much a stern warning to the world that they should take literally that there's a threat to uh a nuclear weapon above ground in pyonyang they've been working on attic cetera and when we see these missile launches it is disconcerting there's no doubt about it think about this since september pyonyang's flew of ballistic missile over japan and north korea carried out six nuclear tests they claim to have detonated a hydrogen bomb that could fit on on top of the ballistic missile so this yeah not good of course at all and frightening because we can joke about kim jong income the rocket man as the president has done and people that make fun of it and all that but deep down it is a very tenuous and yeah absolutely scary scary situation as we to another one this one is from gloria and gloria says kate this situation in puerto rico was absolutely frightening to me and the san juan mayor carmen crews apparently has has called a multimillion dollar contract awarded to a.

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"pyonyang" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"pyonyang" Discussed on KTRH

"Actionable nuclear weapons that could hit the united states for at least two three years what would you let him get one would you let them build well you know let's wicketless pretend we're in part pyonyang with try to think like the socalled enemy why why would you build if if i if i had got up if if if we didn't have nuclear weapons in we're at the general assembly united nations this last september and if the end if we were another country and if the president of the united state got up before the entire united nations assembly and basically said oh we may have to completely destroy the entire north korea meets twenty five million people he madl hitler didn't make like that in public before in major political speeches broadcast on radio all over the world it's just because he didn't know he doesn't understand the gravitas of wh where he that um basically what the president did was reinforce pyonyang and like kim regimes re leeson's for having nuclear deterrence well they're paranoid normally north korea is pier renewing mad americans from saying one thing and doing another i mean look at look at the fellow dictators that that uh who gave up their weapons to the west look what happened to qaddafi look what happened to saddam who hussein i'm not defending these people i'm just giving your listeners e and experience of what's called reality politique as a politics it get over all the emotional stuff in just looks rationally at the situation why people do what they do and then when you understand that then you can understand that actually what china and russia are proposing is the way out of this danger that is the double free that is because the basically north korea says if you keep doing your decaf even as we speak they're doing decapitation rehearsals in south korea now if you did that if the canadians did that too uh with a test to see what they're gonna do to washington guess how upset we would be guess how close to war we would be with canada it you know do unto others you'd have to undo you i mean if.

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"pyonyang" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"pyonyang" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"To travel to north korea on behalf of the administration in an effort to defuse tensions between washington and pyonyang has been tracy is in beijing be question now is the trump administration actually want something like this do you rewarded north korea which had quite rightly violated and new maria united nations resolution and sanction with a visit by former us president in so far there's been no reaction from the chinese are north korean governments to mr carter's offer the president says he doesn't plan to block the scheduled release of thousands government documents related to november 1963 these assassinations of president john f kennedy those files are due to be released next week larry sabah was the director of the center for politics at the university of virginia he's says there's going to be some resistance to the res release of those files i think president trump would light to release everything that is his natural inclination and some of his advisors outside the white house had been urging him to do that but uh we'll just have to see what the cia director in others come up with most of the files are believed to be from the 1960s and '70s but several dozens were gathered and generated by government agencies in the 1990s in in an apparent response to the conspiracy theories raised by the oliver stone film jfk democrats appear to be more enthusiastic them republicans about the compromise reached on healthcare between republican senator lamar alexander and democratic senator patty murray the president urged it originally he called botha uh uh senators murray and alexander it's that come to a solution then they come to a solution the rightwing attacks it and he backs off that's not leadership on nbc's meet the press senate democratic leader chuck schumer says it could pass if it were noted on next week if president trump did supported word out that the four american soldiers killed in nizhny air were killed while on patrol in an area where the.

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"pyonyang" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"pyonyang" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"The us dhs and the ad council no survivors in western colorado where a small plane went down yesterday the garfield county sheriff's office says two adults and two children were killed another first for president trump on tuesday he'll deliver a speech in new york at the un general assembly we can expect to hear three goals in that speech he's expected to promote peace and prosperity and talk about how important it is to uphold serenity and accountability but north korea is going to dominate the agenda after its recent nuclear test and recent missile launches member of the un has already responded by slapping severe sanctions on pyonyang fox's christon fisher global terrorism and extreme weather are other big issue is north korea may be getting a bit creative when it comes to funding its missile programme the un says countries in africa are buying arms from the rogue regime the un lists the african countries all of whom are reportedly i the buying alms older finch training from north korea for democrat republic of congo and angola also to be receiving training for the presidential god eric trio is claimed to be buying all changed from those career a muslim beat antiaircraft missile systems north korea is reportedly building an intelligencegathering center a munitions factory in namibia all the profits from these sales also took me avoiding sanctions and could be helping to fund north korea's missile program in johannesburg culturally fox news.

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"pyonyang" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"pyonyang" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Here's again i jack callahan fox news north korea has launched a ballistic missile overflying japan and splashing into the pacific ocean the us pacific command says the missile flew about twenty three hundred miles bomb is only twenty one hundred miles from north korea australia's prime minister malcolm turnbull says kim jong gold is playing a dangerous game these kim dromoland would start a war to attack the united states or one of its allies he would be signing a suicide not that would be the end for his government and thousands and thousands of people would die the united nations security council meets in the morning emergency meeting to decide what to do next about north korea south korea testfiring of missiles of its own demonstrating enough lanes to reach pyonyang lighthouse as the president has been briefed on north korea's launch for the second day at a role of military training accident this one at fort bragg north carolina fatal staff sergeant alexander de leader 32 years old from done stable massachusetts was killed during special forces engineering training in army spokesman said it is unclear how the explosion occurred at fort bragg said another special forces students in instructors were injured in the blast soxs luca's tomlin said at the pentagon on wednesday fifteen marines were injured in a fire at camp pendleton some of them critically bird heavy security for a speech by conservative bench pierre oh at the university of california berkeley thursday night to avoid a repeat of previous violent protests the university says it spent six hundred thousand dollars on security shapiro reacting in a city has left his berkeley it's gonna blame me for the six hundred thousand dollars in spending on security you're all keynesians think of all the jobs that just created hundreds approach mr is gathered outside but police confiscated signs and masks that some of the carried in baseball the streaks continues the indian speeded the royals three two two in ten innings when they're 22nd straits fox news sarah dallas tuesday's had seven twenty catch rene plumber on you.

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"pyonyang" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"pyonyang" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Korea it is pumped this music into the bedroom of kim jong owner for long enough time perhaps he would fall into a deep sleep but for now he's trying to make the rest of us fall into a deep sleep or challenges anyway because north korea shot a missile over northern japan yeah they did it lobbed it fourteen minutes in the air and landed in the water off of a northern area of an island on tuesday so that just ratchets up the problems the tension you can feel it the test they believe was in inner me the it range they call it missile which came down when the us and south korean forces were doing their annual military drills on the peninsula which according to north korea doesn't like that but they threaten to fire missiles into the sea the whole guam thing remember that we're going to go after rahm there's a lot of money eric heintz on guam in fact on ratner used to have a place on guam woman who caused the show many times from talk media news so the trump warned that pyonyang is going to face fire in theory if they continue to threaten the us if they threatened the us ecorse that's what he's saying is us threat it was i think more in the face of japan but it is definitely a fish shake toward us the japanese prime minister once in a meeting at the united nations to strengthen it he says measures against pyonyang because the tests was obviously a violation of un resolutions we see how that goes and the government protested against the move in what they would say was the strongest terms they could possibly protest so this is serious did you need me to tell you that i mean to fly over japan inyourface is what north korea say that's what kim jong own is doing by doing whatever he can to clearly violate the resolutions if you remember north korea fired would they said was a rocket carrying a communications satellite into orbit over japan in two thousand nine this isn't good so in japan bullet trains were stopped warnings one out over loudspeakers in towns like hoki auto the market reacted to the escalating tension.

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"pyonyang" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"pyonyang" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Just hours after shoring up what was said to be a hydrogen bomb capable of fitting on an intercontinental missile seismographs start dancing from this remote site and underground north korean nuclear test shaking the earth towards another bench lung young north claimed its sixth nuclear test was quote a perfect success but this was its first much more powerful hydrogen bomb test cheers greeted the announcement in pyonyang south korea believing that the tests suggest a bomb four to five times more powerful than the one that hit nagasaki kim jong owns provocative move met with a stern response from president trump calling north korea a hostile and dangerous attack north korea a month ago the president threatened north korea with military action they won't be met with fire fury but just a week and a half ago saying that statement wasn't strong enough he suggested kim was starting to respect the us a different message just hours ago defense secretary james mattis emerging from the meeting with the president was blunt any threat to the united states short territories including or our allies will be met with a massive military response for responding both affective and overwhelming but the defense secretary also message north korea that the us is not seeking hostilities we are not looking to the total annihilation of a country namely north korea but as i said we have many option to do so in his first twitter response this morning the president also went after south korea warning the us ally that quote their talk of appeasement with north korea will not work they only understand one thing mr trump did not say exactly what that thing is.

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"pyonyang" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"pyonyang" Discussed on KKAT

"Since war of words with pyonyang things will happen like they never thought possible okay he's pushing the world around for a long time north korea threatened doom for what had called provocateurs and abandoned newborn is alive tonight thanks to a caring sold that spotted her in a suburban houston apartment complex flowerbed the alertness of our peterson is being praised by the harris county sheriff's office for saving the baby girl from dying peterson todee joe you he was walking in the complex when he heard crying and stumbled upon the baby in a flowerbed the new season of a call was leaking stuff this is all over investigators follow the trail of blood to an apartment where twenty one year old woman confessed to being the mother i'm sierra crawford correspondent bill michaels reports the 2016 climate report from the national oceanic and atmospheric administration is filled with extremes global land surface temperatures last year were high in one hundred thirty seven years recordkeeping seasurface temperatures were also at their highest sea levels were at record highs in the twenty four years of satellite recordkeeping has been used greenhouse gas marks rose faster than any year and carbon dioxide readings were above a four hundred parts per million average for the year for the first time prosecutors say that former rap mogul marion suge knight and his lawyer discuss bribing witnesses in his upcoming murder case the los angeles county district attorney's office made the allegation in a filing disclosed today the document noted the discussions came in a series of recorded jail called between night his attorney into others night is charged with running his truck into two men killing one a fateh compton burger stand in 2015 i'm barbara kusak finding great people to hire can be like well trying to find a needle in a.

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"pyonyang" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"pyonyang" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is the source of tough tool that might finally resonates in pyonyang but democrats have pulled the remarks bombastic and the republican senator john mccain said the comments brought closer to the possibility of a serious confrontation the south african president jacob zuma has told exuberant supporters that they've shown that his african national congress party was the organization of the people he was speaking after narrowly surviving a parliamentary vote of noconfidence held by secret ballot peru's foreign minister has condemned the venezuelan government has a dictatorship had to meeting in lima of countries from across the region ricardo luna hosted his regional counterparts at the talks looking for harmonised way lark where my read the waters happened in venezuela with the establishment to the constituent assembly is it definitive break from what we had before the redrawing of the democratic institutions has reached its culmination what we have in venezuela is a dictatorship diplomats called for a peaceful solution to the political crisis that gripped venezuela for months well news from the bbc reports from syria say strikes by the us led coalition fighting the jihadist islamic state group who killed twenty nine civilians in its northern stronghold of raqqa according to the britishbased syrian observatory for human rights the victims include fourteen children and nine women the australian government will hold a voluntary postal vote on legalizing samesex marriage after plans for compulsory vote were defeated in parliament the government's been determined to hold a national vote despite criticism from supporters of gay marriage fearing it may stoke homophobic fuse how griffith reports although opinion polls suggest a majority of australians support legalizing samesex marriage the political parties have spent years wrestling with issue the government wanted to hold a national referendum style vote but after that was blocked in the senate a postal vote will now be held instead beginning on september the twelve mullah prime minister malcolm turnbull is expected to support a yes vote his predescessor tony abbott has already started campaigning against the change in the law edging people to stop political correctness the result of the ballot as expected unavem for the fifteenth the royal family in the netherlands as announced the death of the eighty nine yearold father of queen maxima zorreguieta an argentine national died of cancer in buenos aires he once served in the government of.

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"pyonyang" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"pyonyang" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"We're prepared to talk about those things but not on their conditions of us ceasing our joint exercises in doing other things that exceed to their requests you wrote recently the horrific death of auto warm beer should be a wakeup call to the united states and china bear we are failing terribly with north korea and this was in the washington times that you wrote kim jongun appears indifferent to the death of this young american held hostage in pyonyang and with the continued detention of three americans and you said as well key to any potential success with north korea is ensuring that the us china south korea and japan are united in their goal of comprehensive and verifiable denuclearisation of the korean peninsula and i get from reading those portions in the entire commentary opinion analysis that you wrote that you believe that all of those countries half to deal both with the nuclear and with a humanitarian together the nuclear we've all in our nuclear negotiations with north korea it's always been nuclear negotiations with north korea but the goal for the end of the negotiations with north korea's to have a normal relationship with north korea nor free certainly wants that with the united states and we've made it very clear to do that the humanitarian issues you mentioned the horrific death of auto on beer the addition of the other three americans who still being held hostage in north korea of the gulags outta going on there in ended with hundreds of thousands of people and so forth the response we will get from the north koreans was you have a uh a menu of all these issues will will never be able to resolve all of them so never have a nominal relationship will use in no no no you can have a normal relationship with us but the sine qua non as you initially have to stop what you're doing with your nuclear.

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"pyonyang" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"pyonyang" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Course clearly there's uncertainty there clearly he thinks it's about nukes and missiles and there's nothing that's really persuading him not to think about that and then you have russia at the un opposing sanctions and military action against north korea i mean north korea's flaunting their missile capabilities to the world that's what they're doing negotiating does nothing with north korea nikki haley the ambassador to the un for the us said clear and sharp military escalation she said the intercontinental ballistic missile was quickly closing off the possibility of a diplomatic solution and saying that the us would use our considerable military forces if we must and then said the united states doesn't seek conflict in fact we seek to avoid it we seek only the peaceful de nuclearisation of the korean peninsula and an end to the threatening actions by north korea regrettably we're witnessing just the opposite she called pyongyang's missile launch on tuesday a clear and sharp military escalation north korean dictator kim jonghoon said tuesday pyonyang had successfully tested an icbm that rose more than one thousand seven hundred forty one miles and travelled five hundred and seventy eight miles from the launch site and north korea boasted that its missiles were now capable of reaching and the where in the world anywhere in the world wow cnn reported that us intelligence officials believe that the twostage missile had never before seen had never been seen before and have the capacity to reach alaska that is scary kim jong boone himself released a statement saying that north korea would demonstrate its metal to the us and.

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"pyonyang" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"pyonyang" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"To have to play out this isn't something small this is a big deal i think you saw big step one he brought it up to president putin first thing to say look we know you did this and i think now we see where it goes from there but i think the first thing was face to face acknowledging the fact that we knew that they meddled and face to face lew looking them in the eye and saying don't do it again let me ask you about north korea you said this week that pyonyang was quoted quickly closing off the possibility of a diplomatic solution what does that mean exactly you know i mean how many tests does it take and how many more times do we have to tell them no no escalation the fact that they launched a icbm test is hugely dangerous not just for us but i so many of our friends in the world and we've got to put a stop to it and so what we wanted to tell north korea's look we have told you we're not looking for his name change we are not looking for war but don't give us a reason to get involved in any of this and so we're going to go ahead and push for a strong resolution against north korea i think it will be very telling based on how other countries respond whether they want to hold kim jongun hand through this process or whether they want to be on the side of so many countries who know that this is a dangerous person with the access to an icbm and we don't want that to happen so we're gonna fight hard on this we're going to push our not just on north korea we're going to push hard on other countries who are not abiding by the resolutions and not abiding by the sanctions against north korea and we're going to push hard against china because ninety percent of the trade that happened to north korea is from china and so while they has been help four they need to do more as china let america down in their uh work on north korea that the president put trust in them on i i think that they actually followed through on the things that we ask them.

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"pyonyang" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"pyonyang" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Will prevent that war from happening what you have to do is get a little bit farther away from the americans now not that that beijing would do this but i think that the be inherent closeness between china and be a and and south korea between beijing and seoul on working with north korea is something that can crop up at a moment of crisis like this because right now if you stand outside and look at it it is pyongyang and washington at least threatening to begin to go toetotoe i don't think pyonyang will ever will ever go there but what they're going to try to do is get us to back down on in china it's going to feed on the fears of south korea that they're getting sucked into something that by accident could spiral out of control let's talk about a counterfactual that use speculate about in your atlantic teas that is the idea that the us and south korean no longer have a strong military alliance that is that the us withdraws a a considerable part if not all of its military forces you've reference them already from the korean peninsula that is that the us washes its hands and says this is not for us to get involved were not existential threatened by north korea it's a gangster state it's your problem with that at this point the worse or better than this standoff we have with a nuclear north korea uh john the answer i think is yes it would be worse and it would be better at the reason being that we have no good solution to north korean i don't mean just a a process oriented diplomatic negotiating solution we have no excess dential solution to north korea right now at one level well i think of the quit and it's.

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