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Fresh update on "security council" discussed on The Editors

The Editors

00:53 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "security council" discussed on The Editors

"The country, the prime minister at the time Malecki correct We basically do is like really tied in to Iran and they're just just limits to how much we could control this enormously important political. Piece. So, how how should we? Think. Think about that because the are. Know. You're. You're absolutely right about absolutely right about that and so so malachy monkey was was sectarian in his view. Right? He was He was the head of a wing of the. Media a party that was designed. To run kind of fifth column activities against Saddam, and he he tended to see Saddam behind every tree among the Sunni community and which interesting and important to to understand I think about disengagement. December twenty eleven that wasn't just a military disengagement that was also a diplomatic disengagement and a remember a conversation I had with a senior person at the embassy around that time and. What are you doing about these these -tarian politics putting back in place because really we're gonNA path more trying to warn him that that if the shooting. Again beleaguered, they will consider terrorist organizations like al Qaeda or really two point which was isis as patrons and protectors, and the view them as pages protectors because they'll conclude that the only way they can avoid evisceration. It. Is By, is by inviting these groups in supporting these terrorist organizations. And the answer I got as well. You know that's that's the Iraqis problem now and not even really recognizing that that we were in a competition for influence over the policies and actions the nature in many ways of the. We seated background to the riots and I think what happened next was predictable I mean it was it set up the Isis four assistant come out of nowhere right isis. Gained Strength Based on on overturn of large-scale sectarian violence I in Iraq. So. I guess. What I'm wondering though is just. How much control can we ever have over that? We can. We can send our guys into a town liberated from al-Qaeda and Iraq liberated from the Shia militias have had the people in the town Basically, you know jumping for joy that we've come in and done that throwing candy to at editor troops. One one inside had on one of these trips as we went someplace where. Kids were were running and try candy us. It might have been your friend Joe Raeburnse like that's not a good sign. That means it's been really bad and it just got better. But we can do. But just I'm just wondering how much control we have over the the high end, a political piece in a foreign country and a foreign culture. We Control Book. What we have is influencing what are described what a describing battlegrounds in that in that last chapter. Mitch I described the lessons brought with me from. Vietnam and how I tried to put a process in place within the National Security Council to to ensure that we we didn't we did experience those those same pitfalls and end and one of those. One of those. Procedures put in place essentially is as we looked at these complex challenges is crucial challenges, our security, and our prosperity we first engaged will be called a principal small group framing session during which we tried to understand these challenges on their own terms. View them through the Lens of our vital interests answer that. So so what question why do we care what's at stake for us and then craft overarching goals, more specific objectives, but to your point rich then what we do is we said, okay, we need we need some some assumptions assumptions especially concerning the degree to which we have influenced over this complex challenge and we being not just the United States but also like minded partners. And this is an important aspect of policy development had strategy dealt with it is oftentimes skipped in Washington and so so I think that put us in good stead mean we're not gonNA. We're not going to be able to solve the problem you know. So to speak in it rack in Syria, but we can take actions to prevent it from getting worse end to end to give us influence in working toward overtime a political outcome that's consistent with our vital interests there. This is the case I would say in eastern Syria where it were the, you know the the forces were working with the Syrian Defence Forces Kurdish forces associated with with the Y PG or a Kurdish separatist organization much. of feared and hated by a prisoner, WANNA and the Turks. Because of their ties to a terrorist organization called, the PK the problematic ally for us in connection with with how they are regarded abide by the Turks but it. But if we work hard to to try to change the dynamics of those security forces over time and we're able to. Influence indirectly to control that territory. What do we get out of that? Well, we get some political leverage because that just happens to be where about sixty seventy percent of cheers oil reserves are, and those are reserved at Russia wants that Iran wants control of Assad, wants control of to rebuild the country, they all just destroyed right and so if they denied those resources that gives you political leverage, it also helps disrupt. The so-called Iranian Land Bridge to the Mediterranean Iran would hope to use to place a proxy army on the border of Israel. So so you'd that's not a solution to a problem, right but it, but it is a it. Is it aspect to the serious strategy that that gives us leverage and the prevents the situation worse? By the way, the numbers, our troops, there were three hundred rich three hundred, right. I mean, these are these are these are are are levels of commitment. Below historical norms in post conflict situations. Of where the debate is least on other I, understand the frustration of quote unquote forever wars but we're we're down to a level of troop commitment and places. It's really low. So so we have some people who the intensity of their opposition to are. Our continued engagement would be would make more sense if you're still like one hundred and fifty thousand troops you know in in these places were just not anymore I want to pivot and sort of ask you some bigger quick but perhaps completely unanswerable. Questions broader gauge about. About American. History and American military history. So I haven't done justice to the. Book everyone should pick it up battlegrounds but let let me get John on some some other things. You think. Just as a general matter broadest possible gauge that United States national security history throughout our. History national charity policy throughout our history has has served.

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UN General Assembly: US-China tensions flare over coronavirus

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03:34 min | 1 d ago

UN General Assembly: US-China tensions flare over coronavirus

"Pandemic is a test of international cooperation. One, the U. N secretary general says the world is failing is NPR's Michelle Kellerman reports that failure Was on display at the ongoing General Assembly. The secretary general is trying to use this virtual General Assembly to get countries to work together to fight the pandemic and many other global challenges. But one Security Council debate showed just how hard this will be. You know shame on each of you. I am astonish, and I'm disgusted. That's the U. S ambassador to the U. N. Kelly Craft accusing her colleagues, though not naming, which ones of playing politics with covert 19 members of the council who took this opportunity to focus on political grudges rather than the critical issue at hand. My goodness Craft defended the Trump administration's decision to pull out of the World Health Organization and said China should be held to account for quote, unleashing this plague onto the world. China's Ambassador John Joon, says the US is just trying to blame others for its own failings. The United the States has been spread in political virus on this information. And for 18 confrontation on division. Up to that point, it had been a rather dry Security Council meeting about global governance in the wake of covert 19. There was a lot of talk about multilateralism and a few veiled swipes at the Trump Administration's America first approach, Kraft said. The U. S has given you n agencies $900 million to counter the pandemic and compared that to others on the Security Council. NYU's year 4.6 million South Africa 8.4 million Indonesia five million. The US does give more to the U. N than other, says Richard Gallon of the International Crisis Group. But this is not just about money. Foreign diplomats had grown accustomed to trump attacking. Yuen arrangements like the Paris climate deal on mechanisms like the Human Rights Council. But they were genuinely shocked the Washington would walk away from the W. H O during a global pandemic. Speaking via Skype, he said diplomats are worried about what he calls a nasty fight between the US and China as Beijing tries to increase its influence in the world body on a day to day basis, Chinese diplomats in New York are often Very assertive, increasingly hard line and sometimes bullying colleagues from smaller countries. The reality is that for most members of the U. N, neither the US nor China Is offering an attractive vision of the future of multilateralism and the world needs multilateral solutions on a range of issues beyond the pandemic, says Latisha Courtois, who represents the International Committee of the Red Cross. She's raising the alarms about the forgotten conflicts from Yemen to this, the hell region of Africa has a triple threat of climate conflict and called it mansions. And for that they need to be a collective approach. The U. N Secretary General Antonio Guterres made the same appeal all week, reminding diplomats that the World Sol a previous period of fragmentation a century ago. The result was the first World War. Followed by the seconds. Over. 19 is casting a dark shadow across the world. And he called the band eh Mika warning that must spur US toe action. Michelle Kelemen. NPR news, the State Department

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Fresh update on "security council" discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

01:08 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "security council" discussed on BBC World Service

"For shopping shopping. I'm just element in any man whose baby you're listening to comedians versus the news from the BBC World Service. Someone has called the cops on the cops. 29 German police officers have been suspended. Tell us about this candle in Isa so well in Germany is like a huge Discussion going on these police chat groups are coming to light were like high ranked police officers, exchanging, exchanging with odds on killing refugees, putting hates speeches or hate crimes on minorities in Germany. Thank God this time They acted very fast, and they all got suspended. But still, the research is going on because they're not the only ones you know. It's just It's a huge problem over here Still And it's like normal people, and not only normal, it's people's with with guns, you know, So it's It's not only the one crazy Nazi, Maybe it's a huge problem that I'm looking at my face. My Jewish wife is feeling very uncomfortable right now. Yeah, I'm just like, okay. You mentioned refugees by people. What are they saying about Jews in the chat room, Okay. Funny every time I do stand up in America in New York and l A. And I meet Jewish comedians today, I always say, you know, I'm from Germany, and they're like, Oh, and then I'm like, Yeah, I have Iranian background like double. Oh, my God, that all the enemies united. You know, we're very anxious people. Dad. Yeah. You have the right to be. I mean, I just say as a German, I really realized That we treat this topic differently as we should. I'm relating with though, and he says Bean, because currently my country's leaving the same way. And honestly, I think if Anita and I were to go to give Sian order a bucket of wings, both of us would be going nor write brings, please. Thank you. Yeah, you make this thing this polarized world sounds so delicious meeting and he said, What has the reaction in Germany Been Tio? These 29 police officers being suspended? It's not That we're comparing to the American situation with which is horrible. From our horrible like, how can you give a gun to a person like six weeks trained? Like I'm better trained. My dog is better trained, You know, I think so. I mean, I'm filling every policeman everywhere Right now. That's what I'm doing. You know, they just out to get you know some schnitzel some food some whatever. I'm filming them, just to be sure. Just I love anything that you've become a documentary filmmaker. I called Netflix and they won't give. Give me my third special black. I also have this documentary going on about these people in Germany. Maybe you this one. Would you buy this? There's a lot of scenes of them eating schnitzel. What do you think Way have a saying in Germany, which has father issues besides mathlete, which means being conscious about something is better than you know, not looking at. Did at all I think right now we have that situation here, and it's good that they're under pressure. And it's good that people look at it and film it and, you know, trying to, you know, get people awakened, you know, and and and see what's going on. You know, in a democratic conscious kind of way, so, yeah, so that we're love your neighbor as yourself is not a commandment that is being followed at the Chinese Indian shared border and the Himalayan region. That's not a religion they follow. Why are the tensions between the two countries Worsening now? Needy? I think it's more a case of a border standoff. No resolution ofthe military standoff between India and China because China has come into our territory and they're claiming it as their own. And India is saying that it was our territory, and I guess it's a matter of who's occupying it at the moment and be stocks gun too new and hopefully they will be resolved soon. It's just insane, and India's response has been, I would say other measured because into like, treat our 38,000 whatever was quite meters off territory being taken. And we bandolero we button there APS. That's out of this one. But I like it. I like the fact that ah, that instead of a surgical strike, we went for a digital strike. I really wish that's how wars would be fought, You know, Don't Engage, simply uninstall. Ah ah, lot More peacefully, less violence. I like it. You should have it at the Security Council. But the weird thing is okay. Did you guys know this? That according to a bus packed, you know? Ah, those patrolling the border on either side were not allowed to carry guns. So every time the Chinese got into our territory, our troops literally had to push them back physically. Oh, no, I understand that there Communist regime, But like, really, how much are you missing The human Dutchman, especially during this pandemic. It's funny how they have a habit of claiming everything is their own except the one thing that they do on covered. Sing. While the diplomats is still trying to diffuse the tensions are media has gone to war. See Indian media, the kind of jingoism that display there. Um, I have expected news anchors to show open backing you. You know why they're called ankles because that's exactly what they are dead weights in the name of journalism. What I like about this This India China stories it it definitely because the border is it runs through the Himalayan region, right And and so in some places, it's sort of unclear and there's rivers and And mountains, and things could move around in nature and said the border Khun B. Sometimes, ah little bit uncertain. The worrisome partners windows approaching. It's really no man's land, and, you know, it's just it's going to be horrible for soldiers of both sides. Honestly, that which is freezing out there for absolutely no reason. I don't know. I think they should just have a don soften. Finish it. I don't know what does not dance that I thought would not just you brought up that Himalayan region You were going to say, Don't know ADHD Emily and saw salt to the wound. Yeah, Yeah, I live with a dad who makes bad jokes. Sounds like my dad..

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US announces new Iran sanctions and claims it is enforcing UN arms embargo

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:22 sec | 5 d ago

US announces new Iran sanctions and claims it is enforcing UN arms embargo

"Iran President's executive Order announced today gives us a new and powerful tool to enforce the U. N arms embargo. Hold those who seek to evade U. N sanctions accountable. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he expects US allies to abide by the sanctions. This as the U. N Security Council refuses to acknowledge the US in the process given the withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal. Partisan battle over Supreme

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Fresh update on "security council" discussed on Dark Secret Place

Dark Secret Place

02:35 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "security council" discussed on Dark Secret Place

"Six. Forty Is the. Vice Bryan suits in here till eleven I've on. The IHEART RADIO APP in China didn't have a good day of the UN. The UN had sort of virtual annual meeting and President Donald Trump. A in his remote zoom recording to the UN. General Assembly He. Stated that China needs to pay a price for covid for their lack of transparency early on and and all that, and then got into human rights thing. But here's the thing it wasn't just. Trump president of the United States it was. A A whole bunch of Western and Asian powers. Also yesterday calling on China to restore basic legal rights in Hong Kong. and to open up. To to scrutiny, it's remote the West in John. Province John. Zanjan. Region where one million ethic leaguers are being held against their will and re education camps. And their heads are being shaven and the hair. UN Human Rights Council where the European Union Britain Australia and Canada were among those voicing mounting concerns about both areas. John Fisher of Human Rights Watch. told the UN Human Rights Council no state should be above the law China's turn has come. Close quote speaking on behalf of more than three hundred activists. groups. One ethnic leaguer whose name thoroughly unpronounceable I'm going to give it a shot at Dole's Zuqar. Abdurixit. And softer not them. He urged the council to name a U. N. investigator on his native region saying there is a genocide being committed against my people. This is a special rapport tutor. And there was one for Syria. there was one for Rwanda and Bosnia, and all that the UN will designate a special rapportuer and theoretically he's supposed to be bulletproof. but the The UN's afraid of China and China has a veto on the Security Council So that could simply veto it and then they be screwed Hong Kong is..

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US Restore UN Sanctions Despite Pulling Out Of 2015 Nuclear Deal

Weekend Edition Sunday

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US Restore UN Sanctions Despite Pulling Out Of 2015 Nuclear Deal

"The Trump Administration says that all U. N sanctions against Iran have been restored. The administration announced last night that the so called snapback mechanism has taken effect. But most Security Council members say the move is void because the U. S pulled out of the 2015 nuclear deal.

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Fresh update on "security council" discussed on WCBS Programming

WCBS Programming

01:13 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "security council" discussed on WCBS Programming

"We can express grief and pain and anger, disappointment. The way things are, but remained focused on building trust in communities way have to continue to speak her name. The shooting took place during protests after criminal charges were not filed against the officers involved in Taylor's death. Washington's envoy to the U. N. Is speaking out about tensions in the Security Council lead craft. The US ambassador to the United Nations, spoke with CBS News in an exclusive interview after a contentious week at the U. N General Assembly, which is virtual this year. I am. I'm ashamed to even have to tell you about the council today because this is supposed to be the Security Council, a group of 15 of us that tries to work together for the for the good of the world. And if there was any topic today You would have thought that they would take this mantra toe work for the betterment of the world. It would have been on Cove it Pamela Fox CBS News. The man who carried out yesterday's brutal attack outside the former offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris, explains why CBS's Elaine Cobb's A man believed to have seriously wounded two people when he attacked him with a machete has reportedly told police he was reacting to the satirical newspapers re publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. Muslims believe the profits likeness should never be drawn. Published. That's what prompted the deadly 2015 attack. Seven people are also in custody. The suspect arrived in France three years ago as an unaccompanied minor apparently from Pakistan, but his identity is being verified. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded today Your news live and local This is w CBS News radio 88 radio dot com Station. 70 degrees Right now we have mostly cloudy skies Breaded down 66 tonight in Central Park that we CBS News town. It's 903 local political reaction to the nomination of Amy Cockney. Barrett is falling right along party lines. Let's get more from WCBS reporter Mac Rosenberg. These days. Nominations to the Supreme Court are given two tests, according to Democratic Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal, a commitment to overturning Roe v. Wade, but also Two, striking down protections for people with pre existing conditions like cancer, diabetes, asthma and indeed, cold at 19. Republican Congressman Peter King says Barrett will not make any decision based on what she wants whether or not the mandate in the quarter kilos constitutional That's going to be the basis of what you will decide it strictly on the patients. The Constitution and the Supreme Court will hear arguments on the future of Obamacare. One week after the election, President Trump campaigned.

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US has reimposed UN sanctions on Iran, Pompeo says

All Things Considered

00:32 sec | Last week

US has reimposed UN sanctions on Iran, Pompeo says

"The return of sanctions against Iran is a step towards international peace and security. The Trump Administration announced last night it's invoking the snapback provision. Of a multi nation nuclear deal with Iran. Because Iran has been in violation. This one main United Nations sanctions on Iran would be reimposed. But 13 of the 15 members of the U. N. Security Council. Say the U. S action is void because the U. S. Quit the deal in 2018. This is NPR

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Fresh update on "security council" discussed on The Trading Group Show

The Trading Group Show

01:12 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "security council" discussed on The Trading Group Show

"Judge Amy Cockney. Barrett said she would follow the path of the man for whom she clerked the late Justice Antonin Scalia. His judicial philosophy is mined to Democrats seemingly powerless to block her confirmation. Worry Barrett, elevation to the high court could put abortion rights, civil rights and the affordable care act at risk. Stephen Portnoy. CBS News Senate Minority Leader, Chuck Schumer opposes the nominations. Reproductive freedom will be at risk RO v. Wade itself will be at risk. She's on the court. I believe it will either be eliminator is so greatly constricted that in effect, it's eliminated Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden discussing the need for justice. In the case of Brianna Taylor, he tells MSNBC. Those who engage in violence must be held accountable for shooting a police officer tonight. Louisville. Our prayers were with that family. We can express grief and pain and anger, disappointment. The way things are, but remained focused on building trust in communities way have to continue to speak her name. The shooting took place during protests after criminal charges were not filed against the officers involved in Taylor's death. Washington's envoy to the U. N. Is speaking out about tensions in the Security Council. Crafty U. S ambassador to the United Nations, spoke with CBS News in an exclusive interview after a contentious week at the U. N General Assembly, which is virtual this year. I am. I'm ashamed to even have to tell you about the council today because this is supposed to be the Security Council, a group of 15 of us that tries to work together for them for the good of the world. And if there was any topic today That you would have thought that they would take this mantra. Toe work for the betterment of the world. It would have been on Covic Pamela Fox CBS News. The man who carried out yesterday's brutal attack outside the former offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris, explains why CBS's Elaine carves a man believed to have seriously wounded two people when he attacked him with a machete has reportedly told police he was reacting to the satirical newspapers re publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. Muslims believe the profits likeness should never be drawn. Published. That's what prompted the deadly 2015 attack. Seven people are also in custody. The suspect arrived in France three years ago as an unaccompanied minor apparently from Pakistan, but his identity is being verified..

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US against the world over Iran 'snapback' sanctions

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00:34 sec | Last week

US against the world over Iran 'snapback' sanctions

"The Trump Administration declared today that all U. N sanctions against Iran have been restored. Ah move most of the rest of the world rejects as illegal and sets the stage for an ugly show down at the world body ahead of its annual General assembly. The administration said it is triggering the snapback mechanism in the U. N. Security Council resolution. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on a statement says the United States took this decisive action. Because in addition to Iran's failure to performance commitments, the Security Council failed to extend the U. N arms embargo on Iran, which had been in place for 13

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Russia Blames US for Syria Confrontation

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00:44 sec | Last month

Russia Blames US for Syria Confrontation

"Now blaming the United States for a tense confrontation in Syria, in which Russian military vehicles and helicopters surrounded US armored vehicles, leaving a number of U. S troops injured. The White House National Security Council said in a statement that Russian vehicles struck the U. S. Mine resistant all terrain vehicle, causing injuries to the vehicle's crew. A U. S military official said that Russian forces were operating inside a designated security a zone that they had agreed to stay out of. There have been many encounters between Russian and U. S forces on the ground in Syria. Some have been tense. But the official said the incident earlier this week was the first time in American troop was injured in such a confrontation. The injuries were minor, but the U. S officials called the Russian forces actions reckless.

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As World Powers Push To Implement Iran Nuclear Deal - Who Needs America?

The World

05:21 min | Last month

As World Powers Push To Implement Iran Nuclear Deal - Who Needs America?

"At the United Nations. The Trump administration wanted support to restore economic sanctions on Iran. European nations as the U. N. Security Council were having none of it. It was a humiliating defeat for Washington. Robert Malley is here to help us make sense of this rift. He's a former White House negotiator for the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and the current president of the International Crisis Group in Brussels. Robert. Why are European nations rejecting Washington's request for more sanctions? Well, I think it's going to take a step back and and try to look at what the Trump administration was trying to do. President withdrew from disagreement some time ago and value to the agreement by reimposing unilateral U. S sanctions even though Iran at the time had been living up to the deal. That is not just me saying it. The U. S. Was saying it itself. The nuclear inspectors were saying it as well. So the US withdraws from the deal and then comes back a year or two later and says. We now want invoke a provision of this deal that we have withdrawn from him that we have violated in order to force other countries. The U. N system as a whole to reimpose collective sanctions on Iran and European countries have been saying for some time. Something that says you do not have the ability to bring back these sanctions since you walked away from the deal under which these sanctions were going to be re important, but at the same time Iran is violating the terms of the 2015 around nuclear deal. So why not hold him to it? I mean, the European countries are trying have invoked a dispute resolution mechanism in the deal itself to try to work out this problem with the rains. That's the way to tell is supposed to work. Iran into European nations and others. Russia and China are supposed to sit down, which they have done episodic in covert. 19 has since gotten in the way, so they still keep the calibrating the response. But it just doesn't compute for Europeans and they told the U. S. For a long time. Let's try to work together to try to resolve this rather than you going your own way and violating the deal withdrawn from the deal. And then, as I said, invoking A provision of the deal to try to reimpose sanctions. But why can't the remaining countries who are in the deal with Iran? Why can't they snap back the sanctions? They could. Of course, we could send back the sanctions. They certainly would be in their right to snap back the sanctions. They just don't see the logic to snapping back sanctions against the country that had been faithfully respecting the provisions of the deal until the U. S withdrew. From their view is the best way to get back into compliance is for the U. S. Two. Restore its sanctions relief and for Iran to come back into compliance with the deal, But they're hard to imagine that happening under the trump. Well, yeah, it's not. So where does that leave? The European countries were still part of the deal? What's the strategy? It is them ism in a waiting game. They want to see. You know the vote that happened of Security Council was one vote. The important one is the one that's gonna happen in the U. S on November 3rd and they want they're waiting to see as so many whether vice President Joe Biden is elected or President. Trump has re elected vice president Biden is elected he has committed To returning to the in which case if Iran returns into compliance, we're back to no more or less where we were before, and if they don't then the Europeans might well consider reimposing sanctions. If President Trump is elected. I think their view is the secure. The nuclear deal is buried. And at that point, let's turn the page and see where we go. Just happened to you and Was an exercise to buy time by the Europeans and others. Let's see what happened in November and see whether the nuclear deal can live to fight another day in job after General 20. Okay, let's turn to Russia and China Since the nuclear deal was signed in 2015, Russia and China have kind of changed their behavior toward Iran, and they're reportedly now interested in resuming arms sales to Tehran. How do you see their change of heart towards their own? Not that it's really change of heart. I think they've always wanted to maintain strong relations with the RAF, although they were concerned by the prospect of Iran developing a nuclear weapon, I've suspected you might see some arm cells to Iran occurring and the conventional weapons in balance between Iran and neighbors is such a lot would have to do a lot to make up. I think this is not necessarily going to be a game changer. I don't expect that we're going to see a major arms purchase from Iran's simply because they are suffering from huge economic problems of their own. What could this diplomatic standoff mean for the future of the Security Council? You know, it's not good for the Security Council security because we really are in analysis in Wonderland world where the U. S is going to say, 30 days from now, the U. S will say sanctions back the rest of the council and the rest of the world will say no, That's not the case And so you'll live into with two parallel universes. That's not good, but let's also put it in perspective. It's not the first time the Security Council has gone through a crisis. Just think back to the Iraq war, so there have been other cases. Where the council has got through huge divisions. I think there's two lessons to be drawn. We're going to see those crises and the Security Council will survive them. On the other hand, the Security Council is not that effective a body when the main powers that comprise it are not able to speak in one voice that's reflected in the Security Council, which is simply a mirror image of the state of global politics. Robert Malley is the former White House negotiator for the 2015 Iran

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U.S. Troops Injured in Syria After Collision With Russian Vehicles

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02:44 min | Last month

U.S. Troops Injured in Syria After Collision With Russian Vehicles

"The Russian military is blaming US troops for a collision of Russian and US military vehicles in the northeast part of Syria. But a National Security Council spokesman says the Russian vehicle struck the American vehicle and calls the Russian military unsafe, unprofessional and that its actions breached protocols. Let's get the latest with w T o p national security correspondent J. J Green High J J What happened here and And whose fault was it? Do we really know Hillary? Yes, we do know it was the Russians fault. And it happened about 10 A.m. on the 25th of August, which was Tuesday. This was a routine Isis coalition Security Patrol U. S led coalition patrol. They encountered a Russian military patrol near Derrick, which is in northeast Syria during that interaction, one of the Russian vehicles Deliberately, according to John Elliot, from the National Security Council deliberately struck one of the vehicles that the U. S or the coalition forces were riding in causing injuries to the vehicle's crew. And what we've been told is those injuries include Concussions and other things. So what happens next? J. J would the U. S retaliate for this? Well, what they say in their statement is that the U. S. Does not seek escalation with any Any national military forces. But U. S forces always retain what they call the inherent right and obligation to defend themselves from hostile acts. And I have to think that means sending a message to the Russians that you can't do this just because you want to. So yes, I'm expecting something. What it would be Just not clear at this point. So this kind of aggression from Russia isn't new. What is the endgame here? What is Russia trying to do or provoke? Honestly, Hilary. What's happening is this is part of a larger problem. When it comes to the country of Russia. There's still living in the past, trying to reclaim past glory from the Cold War, when they were very intimidating, and a lot of people were afraid of them. They were this big behemoth nuclear power. That essentially could have run the world if they had played their cards right on there trying to reclaim that glory, So intimidation is what they're after Andi a look for any opportunity they can. They've done this Did you mention before in Syria and in Iraq there looking essentially to do it again, and it's bullying is what it is the bottom line and at the end of the day, it's just about being a bully. J. J Thanks so much You're welcome. That's w t o p national security correspondent J. J. Green 3 44

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Russia blames US for military vehicles' collision in Syria

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Russia blames US for military vehicles' collision in Syria

"Russian and US officials are blaming each other for a collision of Russian and US military vehicles in Syria's northeast U. S. officials said that a Russian vehicle side swiped in light of it do you estimate you vehicle injuring four Americans US National Security Council spokesman John Julio it's played the Russian entry for what he described as unsafe and unprofessional actions he said they preach to complex impress calls between the two countries a Russian ministry statement said the US troops attempted to block the rest of the troll even though the U. S. but she had been notified of the bus admitted she police convoy routes the rest amid she police took what they describe as the necessary measures to prevent an incident and to continue the fulfillment of that task I'm Karen Thomas

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Russia blames US for military vehicles' collision in Syria

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Russia blames US for military vehicles' collision in Syria

"Of the Russian military is blaming US troops for a collision between Russia and the U. S military vehicles in eastern Syria, officials said. The Russian vehicle sideswiped a light armored SUV military vehicle, injuring four Americans. National Security Council spokesperson blamed the Russian military for unsafe and unprofessional actions. Russia said a general had a phone call Wednesday with General Mark Milley, chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to discuss the incident in that call. Russia charged that the U. S military tried to block the passage of Russian military convoy and the Russian troops to quote the necessary measures. To prevent One incident.

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Iran nuclear deal: UN rejects US bid to 'snapback' Iran sanctions

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Iran nuclear deal: UN rejects US bid to 'snapback' Iran sanctions

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UNSC dismisses US demand to impose 'snapback' sanctions on Iran

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UNSC dismisses US demand to impose 'snapback' sanctions on Iran

"The president of the U. N. Security Council has rejected the Trump administration's demand to restore all of U. N sanctions on Iran. US. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo insisted last week that the U. S. Has the legal right to snap back U. N sanctions even though President Trump withdrew from the 2015 nuclear deal between six major powers and

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Trump: US demands restoration of UN sanctions against Iran

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Trump: US demands restoration of UN sanctions against Iran

"U. N sanctions on Iran under the 2015 nuclear accord, the same deal that President Trump pulled out of two years ago. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo going to the United Nations Thursday himself trying to kick start the process of reinstalling U. N sanctions on Iran that set off a confrontation with Russia and other Security Council members who called that move illegal. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo No resolution Khun B. Altered unilaterally by any country not

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Can Pompeo nail the coffin closed on the Iran nuclear deal?

"Is formally notified the United Nations of its demand that all international sanctions against Iran be restored. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the U. S retains the right Despite its withdrawal from the multinational nuclear deal with Iran. President Trump in this administration have discarded the fiction that the regime merrily seeks a peaceful nuclear program. We will never allow the Islamic Republic of Iran. You have a nuclear weapon. Iran's permanent representative to the U. N. Majid talk, Lavanchy calls the US demands abusive and illegal. The US move. Is a clear example of abusing the process. Which in which is prohibited under international law. Russia and other members of the U. N. Security Council agree. Meanwhile, the U. S. Is extending its arms embargo against Tehran, which is set to expire in mid October. This

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U.S. Asks U.N. Security Council to Restore Sanctions on Iran

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"Of State Mike Pompeo was at the U. N Thursday starting the process of re instating U. N sanctions on Iran. These U. N Security Council resolutions will come back into place. 31 days from now. Sanctions were lifted with the nuclear deal signed by several nations several years ago. Even though the U. S withdrew from the deal in 2018 Pompeo says the wording of the Security Council resolution gives the US the right to unilaterally reimpose sanctions now. Alex Boucher, ABC NEWS Washington

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Iran says US has no right to demand restoration of sanctions

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Iran says US has no right to demand restoration of sanctions

"Mike Pompeo is getting ready to reinstate sanctions on Iran notify them that the United States is initiating the the restoration restoration of of virtually virtually All All U. U. N N sanctions sanctions on on Iran Iran lifted lifted under under U. U. N. N. Security Security Council Council resolution resolution 20 20 to to 31. 31. This This process process will will lead lead to to those those sanctions sanctions coming coming back into effect. 30 days from today, President Trump Down Soon after taking office, he was pulling the US out of the Iran nuclear deal. This is the Trump Administration second attempt to get U. N sanctions back in place against Iran Last week, it's motion failed in the Security Council on a two to vote with with 11 11 abstentions. abstentions. Russia Russia and and China China opposed opposed it it on on Ly Ly the the Dominican Dominican Republic Republic join join the the U. U. S S in in favor favor

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Iran nuclear deal: US to demand ‘snapback’ of UN sanctions

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00:36 sec | Last month

Iran nuclear deal: US to demand ‘snapback’ of UN sanctions

"Citing significant violations of the 2015 Iran NUCLEAR deal, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivering the notification today to the president of the U. N. Security Council. No. None of those other council members believe the U. S. Has the legal right to demand these sanctions be imposed as President Trump withdrew from the U. N the nuclear deal rather in 2018. As such, this demand is expected to further isolate the US at the U. N and Test the credibility of the Security Council. Other news We're watching Governor Baker announcing measures that he says will help to keep school kids safe this year. A CZ we said before it's not going away. This summer. It won't be going

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Pompeo triggers snapback sanctions on Iran at UN

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Pompeo triggers snapback sanctions on Iran at UN

"Secretary of State Mike Pompeo heads to New York this afternoon to tell the U. N Security Council in person that the Trump Administration plans to restore sanctions on Iran. Secretary Pompeo is demanding the U. N snapback sanctions on Iran for violating the nuclear deal, which US exited two years ago. Pompeo told Fox's special report the world President Trump to make clear we're going to the right thing. We're going to keep the world safe for. We hope that the Europeans will come to see it this way as well to the U. S. Has held every nation accountable for violating sanctions laid out in the nuclear deal. Last week, the Security Council rejected the U. S resolution extending an arms embargo on Iran due to expire in

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"security council" Discussed on The Current

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04:15 min | 4 months ago

"security council" Discussed on The Current

"This is the policy of the African Union that the world has changed, and the way that we do peacekeeping us change and the concentration of peace of Kannada Kinda, that peacekeeping is about strategy leadership. It's about training. It's about the strategy deployment. It's about politics the top leadership this is what it is, and this is what kind of those providing at the moment and the world is really recovered. Canada is a leader in peacekeeping last week. Dick fat and the former national security advisor to the prime minister was on this program. He said that the decision. Not to release the CFO of way among one joe with create further damage to relations between Canada and China, and said that damage could involve an active campaign by China to thwart our efforts to win a UN Security Council seat. Have you seen evidence of that campaign? I've not seen any evidence of that campaign and I can tell that you know the the one hundred ninety two countries of the world that will have to make a decision with Canada and ten days on this election. There's one hundred and ninety two different reasons why they will all not will not vote for Canada. The candidate China China has enormous influence with many of those countries countries. That candidate has been lobbying including nations in Africa. Well you know as I said the countries have many reasons to elect one country another to the Security Council, the also recognized that they have multiple interest in the world, and nobody sees the world as just the in their relationship with the bilateral relationship I can tell you that countries look at the. Can you know will decide on based on? Yes, the foreign policy of the country involved they. They will decide on the leadership. WHO's the leader of that country? That's very important. Our Best Guard at the moment is the leadership of Justin Trudeau on economic security. In this crisis of of the pandemic. It is recognized globally. The other issue is they will look at hallways, the bilateral relationship, always the policy of the country, seeking to seat on the regional relationship if these. These meant if this multifactorial and it is not one issue and actually candidates doing very well. You know we are cautiously optimistic This has been a very competitive race. You have three countries that are very well respected in the world that are tweet, great friends and that can do that. Do a lot together, and we'll see in ten days. We'll only know when ten days whether. Whether results would be just in the last minute, or so that we have the prime minister as you know, has placed a a a lot of prestige and pride an effort on on winning. This seat 'cause a lot of money as well and traveling around to win those votes. How damaging would it be the candidates image and to that of the prime minister.

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"security council" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:09 min | 1 year ago

"security council" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Sharing with them the facts and the figures and some of the things that we're not supposed to discuss for instance, that sick people are coming across our border. Of course, they are. They're their societies have been ruined by the same sort of politics that far too many of these folks unknowingly bringing here and the Justice contagious as a disease, and look I can understand it. Right. You're sick. Your kids are sick die. And you don't think there's anywhere else to go. And they are being of course, merchandised population of people is being merchandised by folks who used them with the Rahm Emanuel theory of life. Never let a good crisis go to waste. So the president is presenting and has now released to the public, and we've got our hands on this a document that shows the humanitarian crisis as as administration has put it the crisis of criminals in drug gangs coming into our country, and it is a crisis. The crisis of. E cetera. Think people come in who are not here to chase the American dream. And I said chase purposely to pursue life. Liberty and happiness some Faxon. This are just vital to understand, particularly as you talk with leftists. We are about five percent of the world's population. We have taken in roughly twenty percent of the world's otherwise displaced people. So in that regard. We are already the fullest lifeboat by some measures until Europe open, the spigot, and and Hullah Merkel decided that all of you would be open hunting ground for anybody who wanted to come in. In other words, we've done our job that doesn't even count the foreign aid non-official an official foreign aid. That is your money you give from your heart to cause is outside the country to official money's it afloat outside our country and often as we'll get into in this hour often end up in the hands of terrorists. There's a huge problem. And this is starting to surface. In terms of humanitarian aid that money ending up in the hands of terrorists. And I mentioned miracle, and I mentioned her purposely because we face this very stark choice. I describe us as being a point. I started saying this about four years ago. That we are at a point of cold civil war that we are in a cult civil war for the meaning of the country and the stark choice. That is presented is a good way to describe. This is Angela Merkel wants to do now Jim remember when the EU began do you? Remember, the promises of what was going to be? It wasn't going to be a nation. State was just going to be away that it'd be easier to travel, and you'd be unencumbered travelling around, and no will align our currencies, etc. Now, Germany is pressuring the United Nations to give the EU a seat on the Security Council. That's the portion of the UN that can veto anything. She tried to get France. She went to France and said, hey, give up your one of six permanent seats on the Security Council. UN Security Council, and and give to the EU. And the French said, I don't know how to say it in French, but basically called her an M blinker. Well, that's all the rage now. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. That's. Sorta language all the Democrats are bringing that strong Rashida to leap said that to her young son that she's going to go to DC, and she's going to impeach the am blinker. Right. So that's all the rage. This stark choice is this the EU started as a financial relationship. And now it has metastasized into a nation state. That is telling other nations states. Here's how many people you will take in. It reached the the the pinpoints of absurdity when the EU from Brussels. This is this is not a joke. This is for real thing. The EU in Brussels said to people living in England. You're toast is to toasty in your tea is too hot. Now, you don't talk to the English been about their tea or the temperature thereof. It is those things that I describe as the euro, the turtle moment you remember, the Dr Seuss book, your to the turtle the lead. Turtle wants to have a great big view. So we stacks turtles underneath suddenly, a turtle coughs in the whole thing collapses that t- thing was a cough. That's the choice were we're faced with is. Do we wanna stack up a bunch of urinals, the turtles on top of us until we can't breathe? Do we want expansive government like that? Because you look at Pelosi. She took over yesterday a day after Mitt Romney decided to preempt her taking over the congress as speaker of the house to preempt her with his rather self serving statements where I described mitt now is the Hillary Clinton of our movement or of of of the Republican side. I shouldn't say the conservative movement because he's not a conservative or I've also described him as a Mino not a rhino. That would be. Containing republican. But omit only right. And I think there's two mitt Romney's. There's the private world Mitt Romney. And then the public world Mitt Romney who simply wants to be seen as the world's saver Pelosi was asked whether she considers herself equal in power to the president. She said, yes. Yep. What what gives you that power? She said, it's the constitution the constitution. She proclaims gives me Nancy Pelosi. Power equal to that of the president United States. This is what we are faced with a woman who thinks that having been elected by her party, the Democrats to be the titular head of the congress in terms of vote, counting, etc. And they've created sits parliamentary rules parliamentary rules that give her way way way too much power. All speakers of the house have way too much power parliamentary ISM, she equates that with being in an of herself a co equal branch the president has that power because he runs the executive. He is the executive Nancy Pelosi is a functionary. She's one vote a five hundred and thirty five in congress. Yes, she has outside power because they have built up this parliamentary procedure. So again, you look at what they've done in congress. And just look at how they want to apply that to the country all the bison teen labyrinthine rules to get things done. This is this stark choice that we face and Mitt Romney wants to cast his fortune on the side of people. He thinks are the reasonable ones. You can speak unreasonably envy reasonable. I knew a guy where I grew up in Spokane. He had a just a fantastic on fathom potty mouthed way of speaking. I say fantastic. It's I was a little kid, and they found it astonishing that someone could string together words like that. Like, the the Christmas movie with the neighbor, you know, with the creative curse words, but his intellect was so profound and people often miss took him. I remember seeing him go to a car lot. Once he decided he wanted to buy a new Cadillac, see one or do a car lot. And here he comes potty mouth and not particularly clean looking wins. Couldn't get a salesperson to come on the floor. So what across the street bought a car for cash and drove over and showed it to him. Hey, here's a guy you missed. Mitt Romney wants to cast his cast himself in the role of the savior of the more of politeness as I see it because I think in his heart. He wants to be that guy. But the stark this the choices. So stark, naked another choice stark as government expands all law, the EU it cannot possibly do things. Well, and it is not the point to do it. Well. The more government does the less. It can do. Well, let me give you an example. This is older news. But the details are stunning. The Broward County sheriff you've got what happened in parkland, Florida. There is a piece that I've been reading and really reading from the sun sentinel in it is a minute by minute calculation of what happened during the massacre a minute by minute accounting. It goes through the number of adults who failed to report the fact that the shooter was on campus, and they knew him as the crazy one three or four people. They go through the detail of Scott Peterson deciding to hide instead of confront the shooter. But here's the shocking statistic to me, and it is it's a time stamp to nineteen fifty four PM the first time a security, I or someone trusted with security and unarmed baseball coach saw nNcholas cruise the shooter begin to enter the campus. It's two nineteen the first code red. That is. To lock down the campus came at two twenty four fifteen minutes into the assault came the alarm halfway through the shooting. Now, this is all the way down from big government. Why do I say that because the president, and he should get enormous credit for this, and he will here, but not in the mainstream media it took President Trump to rescind a dear colleagues letter that the Obama team in Eric Holder had written to high schools into colleges but mostly high school saying June, not put criminally bent young people into the Justice system. If you put them into the Justice system, we may sue you because we consider it racism disparate impact. If a race disparately impacted in other words, the impact is not equal that equals racism, even if you can't prove it's there now if you fail to put nNcholas crews into the Justice system will give you money the stark choice. Choice is this an ever expanding and ever more tyrannical and at the same time inept government or one that streamlined and mitt Romney's focus. Well, you know, what it is? It's taught hermit filling in for Rush Limbaugh on the IB network. I spoke with John Solomon or the interview.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Crisis the us representative nikki haley made it clear that her country believed russia was behind the attack on mr scruple we're here today to discuss the use of a chemical weapon by one council member in the territory of another councilmember the united states believes that russia is responsible for the attack on two people in the united kingdom using a military grade nerve agent nick bryant is our correspondent at the u n condemnation of russia exactly the reason why britain cooled this emergency session at wanted to show of international solidarity in standoff with russia over this chemical weapon attack which is deputy representative permanent representative john island described as state sponsored i mean it was extrordinary to watch this nominee international hotspots such as serious sedan sad sit on that come on the attention of the united nations security council today it was a sleepy cathedral city of salisbury it was remarkable to hear this unfold nikki haley delivered the most hard hitting speech she said that washington believed now that moscow was responsible for using military great nerve agent and that's the first time in official from the trump administration has explicitly blamed moscow without qualification so what did the russian ambassador have to say the russian ambassador said that the celebrity attack should never have been dranked before the security council in the first place in deep before the meeting began he tried to use procedural measures to delight star he did by thirty minutes fastly nevada who's the moscow's permanent representative here in new york denied any russian involvement in the attack he demanded material proof from britain to support his charges sergei lavrov the russian foreign minister had done twenty four hours before and in the face of condemnation from most members to security council his speech was often rambling and quite bizarre at one stage she said that she'll homes would help solve the case and he quoted off the conan doyle's another.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i'm alex richardson and in the early hours of thursday the fifteenth of march these are main stories britain has told the united nations security council but russia used a chemical weapon on british soil moscow has dismissed the allegation in america school children stage a nationwide walkout in support of gun reform more than two thousand police have quelled rioting inmates at a bolivia in prison also in this podcast scientists say they've found microscopic bits of plastic in buffered water that typical particles of classic that we're finding it's probably about the width of the human ham and found see having the contents of your brain downloaded the only catch the procedure is one hundred percent fatal i came the poisoning of a double agent on british soil apparently with a russian made nerve agent then the british prime minister announced sanctions against russia including the expulsion of more than twenty suspected agents moscow insists it had nothing to do with the attack on sergei scruple the former agent who is still in a critical condition and speaking on tv a russian foreign ministry spokesperson maria rover could not hide her contempt for british officials skim we mean deal the beautiful blue you've what she can you imagine who we are dealing with these people have no idea about professionalism diplomacy international law any international organizations second simply liars real fullyfledged liars the united nations security council has been meeting to consider the growing.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i'm alex richardson and in the early hours of thursday the fifteenth of march these are main stories britain has told the united nations security council but russia used a chemical weapon on british soil moscow has dismissed the allegation in america school children stage a nationwide walkout in support of gun reform more than two thousand police have quelled rioting inmates at a bolivia in prison also in this podcast scientists say they've found microscopic bits of plastic in buffered water that typical particles of classic that we're finding it's probably about the width of the human ham and found see having the contents of your brain downloaded the only catch the procedure is one hundred percent fatal i came the poisoning of a double agent on british soil apparently with a russian made nerve agent then the british prime minister announced sanctions against russia including the expulsion of more than twenty suspected agents moscow insists it had nothing to do with the attack on sergei scruple the former agent who is still in a critical condition and speaking on tv a russian foreign ministry spokesperson maria rover could not hide her contempt for british officials skim we mean deal the beautiful blue you've what she can you imagine who we are dealing with these people have no idea about professionalism diplomacy international law any international organizations second simply liars real fullyfledged liars the united nations security council has been meeting to consider the growing.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc the details of our complete range of programmes bbc world service dot com slash forecasts welcome to the latest global news compiled in the early hours of the morning on sunday the 25th of february i'm clermont donald with a selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up the un security council unanimously approves the resolution demanding a 30day ceasefire in syria we all failed them this week this resolution marked a moment of council unity that we must seize and maintain beyond the 30day timeframe one of america's richest men warren buffett says president trump's recent tax cuts gave his firm a twenty nine billion dollar windfall last year six days since suspected boko haram militants kidnap over a hundred girls only now their names released the families of destroyed my tastes flow without stopping i would rather see had at body brought to me so that we give her befitting burial rather them for her to be under the captivity of boko haram members students protesting one of at least a dozen rallies in italy against neofascist parties have clashed with police and how us scientists to helping speed up the recovery of stroke patients to be able to put panther on the body and really a thatthe one muffled groups are working or not can really a pinpoint the areas affected by the stroke but first the un security council has unanimously demanded a 30day ceasefire in syria as airstrikes on the rebel enclave of eastern gusa have taken the civilian death toll to more than five hundred with the support of russia the security council approved a resolution calling for a ceasefire without delay in order to allow for humanitarian aid deliveries and medical evacuations but it comes after a week of deliberating is the us ambassador to the un nikki haley there is no good reason we shouldn't have done this wednesday or thursday or friday we may not know the faith.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc the details of our complete range of programmes bbc world service dot com slash forecasts welcome to the latest global news compiled in the early hours of the morning on sunday the 25th of february i'm clermont donald with a selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up the un security council unanimously approves the resolution demanding a 30day ceasefire in syria we all failed them this week this resolution marked a moment of council unity that we must seize and maintain beyond the 30day timeframe one of america's richest men warren buffett says president trump's recent tax cuts gave his firm a twenty nine billion dollar windfall last year six days since suspected boko haram militants kidnap over a hundred girls only now their names released the families of destroyed my tastes flow without stopping i would rather see had at body brought to me so that we give her befitting burial rather them for her to be under the captivity of boko haram members students protesting one of at least a dozen rallies in italy against neofascist parties have clashed with police and how us scientists to helping speed up the recovery of stroke patients to be able to put panther on the body and really a thatthe one muffled groups are working or not can really a pinpoint the areas affected by the stroke but first the un security council has unanimously demanded a 30day ceasefire in syria as airstrikes on the rebel enclave of eastern gusa have taken the civilian death toll to more than five hundred with the support of russia the security council approved a resolution calling for a ceasefire without delay in order to allow for humanitarian aid deliveries and medical evacuations but it comes after a week of deliberating is the us ambassador to the un nikki haley there is no good reason we shouldn't have done this wednesday or thursday or friday we may not know the faith.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"As we drive into ah it's clear that this being a decisive shift in the balance of power away from the saudi coalition and to their bitter rivals iran last month a battle took place in the capital that may have killed hopes for peace allies turned into enemies as hutu rebels fought the forces of former president ali abdullah saleh i had to the compound where it took place 14yearold or asiaone greets me she's wearing a bright red hit job but last month she saw dark sites for influence arctic at a busy there were firing across and into our house with raucous and would their ak forty seven this is one of the worst day of our lives were were surrounded from all sides sending gwinnett yet the fighting eventually ended with the death of the former president to who these imposed a complete media blackout noone knew exactly what happened until now the bbc has obtained exclusive footage showing for the first time the battle that changed the course of yemen's civil war it shows who these soldiers surrounding solace complex they're fighting beth foot chanting and waving their guns in the air that was the sound of a who the tank bloom through the walls of the sprawling complex that for years was at the centre of president solace power suddenly it's come as news of solace death spreads of the earth secondly that's it the show is over thunder has did the whole 'this have killed him.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"White house has actually said this i am expecting the white house to be as absolutely disfunctional as the leaks would make it seemed the picture it paints of life in the west wing is unsparing allegations of marital strain of tears and tantrums of dysfunction and improvisisation and at the epicentre of every storm donald j trump the author michael wolff speaking on mbc television said there was one unifying theme i will tell you the one description that that everyone gave everyone has in common they all say he is like a child in what they mean by that is he has an a need for immediate gratification it's all about him and the gravest chargeable wolf alleges that a number of his unnamed sources told him the president was mentally unfit to remain in office a charge the president's spokeswoman has described as disgraceful and and laughable trump supporters the renaming the book fake and false but wolf is not backing down he says he stands by every word perhaps the most remarkable thing about this is why given the authors track record did the president's staff allow him to become a semipermanent resident in the inner sanctum of the west wing for several months democracy north america editor john sopol saudi arabia says it's intercepted a missile fired by the rebels in yemen which is has proved that iran is supplying the who 'this with rockets the conflict in yemen has seen the saudis and iranians back opposing sides the situation has become even more complicated with the death of the former yemeni president ali abdallah saleh he had been allied to the who 'this but was killed after he changed sides and made overtures to the saudis are correspond now alma gaffie has been to the yemeni capital saana to see if his death marks a turning point.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Therapies six p give them a big the quiz is hotting plan i'm still on 0 points i'm afraid to report dabbing a short break nasa let's go and speak to some of the contestants here why did they love quizzing so much and why is it so popular here this is an interactive kind of fun we enjoy that i think who is in as just an extension of what we call our data which is where everybody sits around and talks about various things in which is a very a specific thing prompting turtles step forward this quiz has come to an end and the prize is a being given how none for me i'm afraid but with more and more quiz is taking place across india looks like i am can have plenty of opportunity to practice hooker chandan reporting this is global news the most important stories and the best interviews and on the spot reporting from the bbc world service each weekend you can hit review of the weeks may news stories and why they matter in the world this week it's available to download from our website still to come in this podcast it's old change it tokyo's worldfamous fish market ovitz cyberpromo as it the last year to have the auction at sukhi i'm really happy that i won the first bid more on that ada has been dismissed as a full of lies by the white house but the author of a new book about the trump administration says he stands by everything he wrote and he accused the president of being childlike michael wolff spent much of last year in the west wing researching his book fire and fury mr trump tweeted that he'd authorized zero access for mr wolf his on north america editor joan sopol at midnight last night in the midst of a polevault ticks people were queuing outside of washington bookshop to lay their hands on fire of fury not quite harry potter who if donald trump had the powers of the young wizard he'd have made this book disappear but he doesn't on this damning portrayed is now available for everyone to read wherever certain courts here and see where we all know is going on just below the surface to agitate like how here.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"We saw this past day and briefly wednesday due to blow over well i believe it on monday is due to weak normally you'd think it was cold but that does made the temperature rural monday nora trevelyan in new york city the french president emmanuel macron's told his turkish counterpart wretched type edouard that there's no chance of turkey making progress in his effort to join the european union prison micro so there were differences over human rights off to the turkish government began purging suspected followers of a muslim cleric it blames for a failed coup however present other ones that it was necessary to guard against journalists he described as governors of tara the move tara doesn't form by itself there are so called garden as if tara and terrorists these gardeners of those people viewed think his they right in the newspapers that columns as if watering them they are the ideologues you contribute to terrorism and one day you find these people show up as a terrorist in front of you with more on president matt crumbs comments from paris his he scaffold president mackerel and said it was time to end the hypocrisy of pretending that there was any prospect of an advance in turkey's membership talks with the eu these have an effect be halted since the crackdown in turkey following the attempted coup data in 2016 but president akron also said it was important to keep a close relationship with ankara and that perhaps they should explore an option short of full eu membership a partnership as he described it that would anchor the turkish people in europe president edwin for his part said that turkey was tired of constantly imploring to be admit.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Like he put me over his shoulders and put me in that car at least nineteen deaths are being blamed on the extreme weather from correspondent in new york is laura trevelyan currently minus seventeen degrees in i'm speaking tearfully ice skating ring a bribe paul can manhattan which is why you can hear the aerobic julie frank sinatra music his people a skating around so some people taking advantage of the icy conditions appropriate day off work enjoy was going on but very dangerous conditions samar snow hair and in the wake of fat norm was happening is because the stone growthing cold weather pernille tate we have subzero temperatures forecast for the next day sam agean the race is on to label the snow before it freezes in fans into something incredibly dangerous like black ice is this very unusual because the us will that part of the us at least is used to to cold weather isn't it i mean it is but not to prolong amounts of cold weather like this and it may be the by monday when the time through see the full cost possible that we could have experienced one of the lowest area of low temperatures since records began a new didn't quite know if we're going to get that but that's just to give you an idea of how bad it is is minus full seats in i in parts of new england and all mount washington in new hampshire tonight is due to be minus one on the road degrees fahrenheit if you can imagine how cold batches you again frostbite within a minute at so the mayor of boasted where they so historic clutter in the wake of the bill is saying that this is due to the changing climate and while there is a proven legs scientists are asking whether the fact that we have now moba oceans with more moist jeff but that helps to intensify normal winter storms light listen and help make them into the 'extraordinary event.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"In the end the iranian people will determine their own destiny and let there be no doubt whatsoever the united states stands unapologetically with those in iran who seek freedom for themselves prosperity for their families and dignity for their nation however iranian officials who blamed the us for instigating the demonstrations along with russia accused the americans of abusing their power by calling for the un meeting even france questioned the move saying interference in iran's affairs could be counterproductive with more on the security council meeting his barbara plus russia nikki haley use the un platform to warn iran that the world was watching its response to the antigovernment protests she said the iranian people were telling tehran to stop taking their wealth and spending it on foreign fighters and proxy wars amplifying the trump administration's criticism of iran's regional interventions her call for the emergency meeting took security council members by surprise and she had lobby against russian opposition to get it moscow believes the protests are an internal issue and it's not alone some european countries have also been cautious about raising the matter at the council barbara plant usher in washington dc meemaw people across the northeastern united states of facing a recordbreaking freeze just a day after huge winter storm watch travel chaos to the region known as a bomb cyclonic dumped snow as far south as florida on the coast of new england john waves and flooding added to the disruption this family had to be rescued from their home in massachusetts was diff coming down it was like up to my way back in a scary hand heroin may get out they came up to the front door and they.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc sales of our complete range of programmes to bbcworldservicecom but would slash podcast welcome to the latest global news compounded the early hours of saturday the six of january i'm overcome way with the selection of highlights from across the bbc world service coming up the us kohl's on the un security council to back protest as in rome let there be no doubt whatsoever the united states stands unapologetically with those in iran who seek freedom for themselves prosperity for their families and dignity for their nation that america america's criticized by russia and others for interfering in an internal iranian matter also in the podcast we have a special report from yemen is our correspondent investigates how former president ali abdallah saleh who was killed china announced his plans to plump thousands of trees the author a book about the trump administration condemned is full of lies by the white house hits back and we'll hear about india's national obsession with quiz competitions but first move in a week off to antigovernment protests began in iran the us has been trying to boost international support the antigovernment demonstrators there with an emergency meeting at the un security council the us ambassador nikki haley said america's supported the iranian people's right to protest and urged other nations to do the same i call on all of my colleagues to join me and amplifying a message of the iranian people and i call on the government of iran to stop censoring the voice of the people and to restore the access to the internet because.

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"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc sales of our complete range of programmes to bbcworldservicecom but would slash podcast welcome to the latest global news compounded the early hours of saturday the six of january i'm overcome way with the selection of highlights from across the bbc world service coming up the us kohl's on the un security council to back protest as in rome let there be no doubt whatsoever the united states stands unapologetically with those in iran who seek freedom for themselves prosperity for their families and dignity for their nation that america america's criticized by russia and others for interfering in an internal iranian matter also in the podcast we have a special report from yemen is our correspondent investigates how former president ali abdallah saleh who was killed china announced his plans to plump thousands of trees the author a book about the trump administration condemned is full of lies by the white house hits back and we'll hear about india's national obsession with quiz competitions but first move in a week off to antigovernment protests began in iran the us has been trying to boost international support the antigovernment demonstrators there with an emergency meeting at the un security council the us ambassador nikki haley said america's supported the iranian people's right to protest and urged other nations to do the same i call on all of my colleagues to join me and amplifying a message of the iranian people and i call on the government of iran to stop censoring the voice of the people and to restore the access to the internet because.

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"security council" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

Arms Control Wonk

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

"And so that should have been a big deal um but she them went ahead and then made the additional case that in some way this violates the un security council resolution implementing the iran nuclear deal which it does not and and as a consequence i think it's going to it's actually gonna get swept under the rug because it's just going to go into the being been of crazy things the trump people say to kill the iran nuclear deal um and instead of being treated on its own like evidence of you know what should be a really serious political crisis yeah exactly i mean in his absence is lost is that in a ballistic missiles as part of that were not explicitly included in the jcpoa in her including the separate un security council resolution and they sort of fudged the language in it and in it i mean the budget language inside the the un security council because they use the term missiles capable of carrying a nuclear weapon so i don't know how interested listeners really are to wade through the legal piece of this you know i would say a couple of things i mean one is that the state department at the moment has a terrible problem of crying wolf the state department has accused iran of acting normally they're pretty careful with statements they say inconsistently with twenty to thirty one but they've literally said that for every iranian missile test yeah for the.

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"security council" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"security council" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The national security council and or the state department and these aren't the first instances remember of the leaks coming out of the administration other conversations with other world leaders also were league not the full transcript early on in the administration will go back and remind you of all of that so it is a downtrend now can't pick up the phone and call somebody of presidency is that he can't pick up the phone a because he knows he picks up the phone there's always going to be someone who keeps a transcript 'cause that's what you do you always want to go back and say nice i said this him but that's all that's all within the executive branch zone of confidentiality you have to be able to have conversations with world leaders that are private unless i mean i guess unless all of these individuals won all their personal emails put on the front page of the washington post i i'd love to see some of the personal emails and tax from the call me associates i'm sure there are some juicy ones in there that the way they want to be treated the only difference differences that would be mail probably wouldn't be a felony these are felonies being committed these are these are people man telling you ben rhodes susan arise all these on the people did all the unmasking gave this congress has better they better do a thorough investigation into the unmasking requests the the hundreds of people who who were whose identities were unmasked and it looks like improperly requested to be unmasked and you know what that means i someone is calling from outside the country who is a person of interest to the national security complex and call someone inside the country that conversation can be monitored by you did the the identity of the america an american and less absolutely relevant to an ongoing national security investigation should never be unmasked as you don't eat the you don't you don't have the legal permission to do that you only have the the foreign intelligence surveillance act a permission visavis the foreigner not vert dot the american american person is not under any type of criminal investigation or national security investigation that's just an incidental sweep of the actual phone number but you also to unmask the person less it's relevant to an ongoing national security investigation but this these leaks.

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