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SC county judges toss same-sex domestic violence cases

24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

SC county judges toss same-sex domestic violence cases

"Crew members into the ocean to have been rescued. They were five crewmen aboard the KC one thirty which is a propeller driven aircraft us for aerial refueling. And there were two aboard the F eighteen fighter so far to crew members have been pulled from the water that was correspondent Dave Martin reporting. The first woman to publicly identify yourself as a victim of former Michigan State University sports, Dr Larry Nassar, so statutes of limitations need to be. Address to ensure survivors of child sexual abuse of access to the Justice system. Rachel denhellender. The former gymnasts spoke at a Vermont conference on preventing child sexual abuse, then Hollander, the lawyer told her story and the obstacles that she and other survivors of faced Nassar is now serving effective life sentences for child porn possession and molesting young women and girls a new study out from the university of Michigan warns the grade school absenteeism is on the rise. Statewide w j Zach Clark with the latest one in six Michigan children are chronically absent that means they miss at least ten percent of the school year. Now, the main culprit is homelessness. That's according to Michigan senior research, associate Jennifer herb downward when you think about a child not knowing where they're going to be staying from one nights the next, and then that family also trying to plan how do they get their child to school and creates a number of various for the students. The impact can be. Disastrous for ten percent of the school year has been shown to negatively impact almost all educational outcomes. Now, you can look at Clark for w w j NewsRadio nine fifty well with so many strains of marijuana out there these days, which one would work best for you. A well-known pot advocate has her recommendations MIR with the story is WWE as Charlie liked it for Fox News anchor and cornet Jameson is marijuana advocate, and she's happy that people will now be able to enjoy marijuana so cute. You have any recommendations. Strawberry, cough is a great uplifting strain. It has a little bit of law, which is a Turpin. So it's a little more sedating. Now, if you wanted to maybe relax I love Northern Lights. I think it's a very nice strain. It gives you a little bit of the gig lease, but it won't consortium knock you out. If you're tired, or maybe you're dealing with insomnia. Granddaddy purple is one that I tend to like for insomnia anything with purple purple Ercole granddaddy purple her dispensary botanic in cork down. Can only sell medical marijuana for now. Charlie Langton, WJ NewsRadio nine fifty WSB. News time one thirty seven. We'll head out to the roads update, traffic and weather together. Now when it comes to taking

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"senior research associate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"senior research associate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"But yes, I think around here, and I would hope that anywhere along a coast that is a low lying, please would take this seriously certainly recognize that it's happening because there's no question that it's happening. Brian speak about the Gulfstream and about changes in weather patterns related to changing temperatures of water, and how the Gulfstream effects were weather patterns like like the one that is hitting North Carolina. Sure who we goal stream is this warm current in the western Atlantic Ocean. They're all all year long. As a hurricane move over that warm current it can get reinvigorated could it's a little bit of a boost in this case it might not because it's moving fairly quickly right now. So it's not going to spend a lot of time there. Again, kind of looming out to the big picture. The oceans warm, you're going to have more of that that be higher fuel content. Were covering more of the ocean. Though storms can get more intense over a larger region. Yeah. Something to look forward to I guess by McNulty. Thank you so much for being with us. We really appreciate your insights. Brian McNulty is science advisor for coastal risk. Also, senior research associate at the university of Miami's rosenstiel school of marine and atmospheric science in Miami, and Pimm as we do await the wrath of this storm people are still talking about some of the recent storms and disputing some of the details of.

Brian McNulty Atlantic Ocean university of Miami North Carolina rosenstiel school of marine Miami senior research associate Pimm advisor
"senior research associate" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"senior research associate" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The university of colorado suggests it's not as far fetched as it might sound scientists are working with the bacteria that could make your brain more resilient from all the research we're joined live on the kcbs ring central newsline by matt frank the study's lead author and senior research associate in the department of psychology and neuroscience at the university of colorado boulder thanks a lot for talking to us today so we're talking about beneficial bacteria here yes we are yes indeed tell us more yes these this bacteria or bacterium is typically found basically all soils and so so the idea is that you know we we tend to be we tend to live in kind of a sterile urban environment and that we're not exposed to the back these bacterium during development and thus we kind of get this regulation of the immune system just makes us susceptible potentially such things as the neurons lamma tori effects or other conditions that involve niro inflammation okay so let's talk a bit more about how how you did this this was on rats it was on rats yes indeed what did you find we've found that if you if you essentially immunize a rodent with the spectrum and then you expose them to a stressor several weeks later essentially the animal no longer shows like anxiety like behavior in response to the stressor nor do they show kind of the neural inflammatory response to the stressor so there's basically the main findings but was really most exciting about this about this work is that essentially this unionisation with this bacteria bacterium essentially quells the brain's immune response basically shifts towards an anti inflammatory state.

senior research associate university of colorado matt frank
"senior research associate" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"senior research associate" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Need to verification mechanisms but after a period of time they've changed their mind and kicked out the inspectors so we would need to focus not just on the nuclear testing site where they've partially dismantled the tunnels but the facilities at yongbyon and elsewhere that actually produce the fissile material for warheads and the warheads themselves and the warhead dismantlement has actually never been done in a treaty or agreement internationally before we've heard that this could be a long process minimum of a decade how would we know what would indicate that north korea's actually taking steps to dismantle its nuclear weapons so south korea north korea generally talk about a phased approach and that's not enormously favored by the us because they would like to have a quick process that's irresponsible but this is technologically quite challenging and logistically even more more challenging so we're talking about dozens of facilities all around north korea you would need to decide whether you are dismantling from the gecko or much more likely capping the number of warheads they have and freezing the production of fissile material so there would be a monitoring phase at those facilities that would involve seals and tags and cameras satellite imagery and human inspectors at the end of the day what do you think is going to be the biggest sticking point when it comes to this differing expectations problem is political will north korea has to agree to this and more intrusive the united states makes this the less likely north korea will be to accept it so the goal will be to have a kind of trust building process where each party gets what they want in increasingly starts to trust each other to remove the the desire and the need to have the weapons in the first place melissa hannan thank you so much for speaking with us thanks for having me melissa hannam is a senior research associate in the east asia nonproliferation program at the middlebury institute in monterey to another story now today von apetit a large food service company announced it is banning.

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"senior research associate" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

Now What? with Arian Foster

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"senior research associate" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

"Welcome back to the now what podcast i'm your host as always area foster and we wanna thank our our title sponsor smarty pants vitamins day are an amazing vitamin company that's helping people get nutrients all across the world and their best vitamins out don't pop pills to gumy's and smarty pants the way man so we got a special guest in the building while man's name is dalton has lee and he's a senior research associate university of miami in beth nick ecology in col refrigeration lab and he has a masters in professional science degree in marine biology and ecology and net senate around coral conservation exactly all right i'm glad i didn't butcher that man thank you thank you so this is this is your first by cast and this is the one i go bigger go home i don't poppy cherry man so welcome funny we we we hooked up because of the just like anything that this great that happens in the world because twitter and you sent me a tweet in looked at your profile and i was like you know what that would be interesting conversation man i'm flattered i'm glad that my twitter game is that strong i don't think it's a game is strong i think is just your your your your resume okay i'll say yeah it's it's funny that you reach because long story short i two flights canceled trying to get to this conference and i ended up stranded in houston and had to rent a car and drove by your billboard.

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"senior research associate" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

99 Percent Invisible

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"senior research associate" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

"Given the rail raillard she's a senior lecturer in senior research associate at cornell and her speciality is the social lives of spyders they respond to the movements and movin toward her as a group and start feeding and evidently they itre within the hour how does she get them to eat her did they just know this instinct julie that they know the sense stinks shortly what they do is uh it is basically inject this enzyme laden gut juice and on and break down the inside of her body you know they it's almost like they slur pera through a straw like a protein milk shake eating her alive yeah you'd in her life uh and then they they will hang out for another three four weeks together so there's a mass of these baby spyders and then they'll disperse from the web ought to become adults it is it is just natural i would quote parental behavior that to a degree that we would consider to be extreme they turn out to be just awesome mothers the act of inducing the young to come to her and start feeding on her is absolutely intentional she is inviting them she's asking them to do this and this is her sacrifice for youngsters this happens every day these quiet selfless asks all around us and we have no idea we've been making criminal for more than three years and when we began we set are to explore stories about crime that went places you might not have seen coming and so we thought we try our hand at something new a subject as enormous and varied and arguably over exposed as crime love criminal isn't going anywhere but we're also going to bring you this new thing a show about people not spyders dealing with the inescapable nature of love and how simple act of love isn't always pretty or grand and doesn't always make things better but can change the course of it all work incredibly excited about these stories and we hope you'll lesson.

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"senior research associate" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"senior research associate" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"Given the rail raillard she's a senior lecturer in senior research associate at cornell and her speciality is the social lives of spyders they respond to the movements and movin toward her as a group and start feeding and evidently they itre within the hour how does she get them to eat her did they just know this instinct julie that they know the sense stinks shortly what they do is uh it is basically inject this enzyme laden gut juice and on and break down the inside of her body you know they it's almost like they slur pera through a straw like a protein milk shake eating her alive yeah you'd in her life uh and then they they will hang out for another three four weeks together so there's a mass of these baby spyders and then they'll disperse from the web ought to become adults it is it is just natural i would quote parental behavior that to a degree that we would consider to be extreme they turn out to be just awesome mothers the act of inducing the young to come to her and start feeding on her is absolutely intentional she is inviting them she's asking them to do this and this is her sacrifice for youngsters this happens every day these quiet selfless asks all around us and we have no idea we've been making criminal for more than three years and when we began we set are to explore stories about crime that went places you might not have seen coming and so we thought we try our hand at something new a subject as enormous and varied and arguably over exposed as crime love criminal isn't going anywhere but we're also going to bring you this new thing a show about people not spyders dealing with the inescapable nature of love and how simple act of love isn't always pretty or grand and doesn't always make things better but can change the course of it all work incredibly excited about these stories and we hope you'll lesson.

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"senior research associate" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"senior research associate" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"I'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show melissa hannam writing for the james martin center for nonproliferation studies were she's a senior research associate and publishing at 38 north a blog that you can find thirty eight north out ogle or about north korea there are two facilities and i therefore facility is possible a dual use facility for men manufacturing anthrax we all remember from many years ago in the first years of the war on terror the anthrax threat and people died from it there was threat in the mail people died in connecticut people died in florida and there was a building in washington d c that was so in fact it with anthrax that it had to be evacuated and scrubs so when she weapon eyes anthrax it is very difficult to remove from the air is deadly for all ages notch as the young and the old melissa we go inside the plant now and you have a wonderful photograph circling a details in the photographs that demonstrate to you because you have in it very informed is that this equipment was always going to be suggestion of of manufacturing weapons of mass destruction and so i follow your logic through this circling things what picture in particular suggest that north korea is witting in giving us these photographs to threaten us maybe there isn't a single photograph that suggest that but um i think the timing of the trip which was june 6th which was just days after the us admitted that they had accidentally transferred anthrax two oath airforce base um that.

john batchelor melissa hannam senior research associate north korea james martin center connecticut florida washington weapons of mass destruction
"senior research associate" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"senior research associate" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"I'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show a mystery in north korea another this is possible weapons of mass destruction bioterror and i learn from melissa hand writing most recently at the blog 38 north malysz as a senior research associate in the james martin center for nonproliferation studies that's nonproliferation dot org i learned that there are photographs and i see them in the thirty eight north that compel us to ask are these photographs meant to frighten us meant to intimidate us is this an accident where north korea's revealed too much about its plans are we over thinking this when it comes to weapons of mass destruction however caution is the watchword melissa very good evening to you this requires technical language so let us begin bacillus anthracis and bacillus turin jen says what are they and why is it hard to tell who's making watt good evening good evening thank you for having me on two and three sisters the bacteria which causes the disease that is widely known as anthrax and many people refer to the spores itself as anthrax so i i may refer to it that way just because it's sort of the co common language and it's still if they're in gender is a bacteria that's used in organic farming um it's it's pretty uh pretty safe i'm pretty widely used and so these two bacteria are related closely um i think of them as cousins because they have the same genus even though there are different species and because they're manufactured in a similar fashion will explore the machinery and why it is are puzzled by pictures of machinery but first there's a history here of bad actors a predator states using the possibility that one machine can manufacture another harmless or another harmful substance you mentioned the alhakam factory and you also mentioned the soviet states progressive scientific production association in stepnogorsk what were those what did they teach us sure so you know the the information that the vailable in the open source which is what i have access to i'm i don't have clearance or anything like that is very thin on on biological weapons be w in general so i have to look back at these historical examples to learn as much as i can that information is in the open source so i did look at both the iraqi.

john batchelor north korea senior research associate bacillus anthracis stepnogorsk weapons of mass destruction james martin center organic farming alhakam
"senior research associate" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"senior research associate" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With now more on one of the contentious issues in the tax reform debate that is going on among senate republicans how much tax should be paid on passed through income what is pass through income and wise it's such a big deal that it threatens to blow up the gop tax bill over joe rosenberg who is senior research associate at the urban brookings tax policy center hi welcome to the program i robert and a spear individual need vigilance corporations bay corporate taxes what's up passed through entity in what kind of tax do which owners pay right so paso entities are obtained says ah that pay corporate income tax or any entity level tax but rather the profits are passed through to the owners of the business and then the owners report that income on their individual tax returns and pay tax on it along with the rest of their normal income now most businesses are small businesses and most businesses that pay taxes this way are small but they're not all small so that's one of the common meant misconceptions while the majority of a pass through entities are quite small there are a number of our pass through entities that are quite large and report the vast majority of of the total income what an example of a big kind of bisnews that they'd wouldn't pay a typical corporate income tax in a typical corporate tax there are a lot pass uh for example law firms or accounting terms that are structured as partnerships and the owners of the firm would tax at the individual level so let's say you mentioned a law firm that say it the partners in the term do pay taxes as as though to pegged through entity what rate would they typically pay in and what would these republican tax proposals due to change that rate sakau nibiru income his taxes ordinary income so the top individual income tax.

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"senior research associate" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"senior research associate" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With kelley now more on one of the contentious issues in the tax reform debate that is going on among senate republicans how much tax should be paid on pass through income what is pass through income and is it such a big deal that it threatens to blow up the gop tax bill we're going to ask joe rosenberg who is senior research associate at the irs urban brookings tax policy saw hi welcome to the program i rather than a severe individuals by individual income tax corporations bay corporate taxes what's up passed through entity in what kind of tax do which owners pay right so pass through entities or or businesses ah that don't pay a corporate income tax or any entity level tax but rather the profits are passed through to the owners of the business and then the owners report that income on their individual tax returns and pay tax on it along with the rest of their normal income now most businesses are small businesses and most businesses that pay taxes this ray or small but they're not all small knows one of the common misconceptions while the majority of a pass through entities are quite small there are a number of pass through entities that are quite large and report the vast majority of of the total income what an example of a big kind of business that that wouldn't pay a typical corporate income tax and a a tip it corporate tax there are a lot of pass rues for example law firms or accounting firms that are structured as partnerships and the owners of the firm would pay tax at the individual level so let's say you mentioned a law firm that said the partners in the firm do pay taxes as as as though it to pass through entity what rate would they typically pay and and what would these republican tax proposals due to change that rate so currently income his taxes ordinary income so the top individual income tax rate is currently about forty percent did two bills uh moving now would take us a different approach the house bill which has already passed the house of representatives would cap the tax.

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"senior research associate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"senior research associate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The feeling is mutual influential conversations from bloomberg television here is betty lu on daybreak asia for joining us now for wassell jess at rosenberg a senior research associate with the tax policy center has been crunching the numbers of course i'm botha versions of the tax bill the house and the senate so joe before we get to the numbers dow how much do you think the senate bill is going to change by the time he gets to the vote here so so the the the big things to look for this week a number of senators have raised the issue of pass through taxation so these are businesses that are not corporations and there are certain senators that would like to see the bill more favorable to those businesses there's also the issue of the deductibility of state and local taxes the senate bill eliminated that deduction completely the house just eliminated part of it and kept some small portion in there might be more action there and then you also have other other senators looking for a more more tax benefits to to working families and families with children so it all amendment i think you're gonna see action where where the leadership things things are most likely to pick up votes hear more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings global business news 24 hours a day at bloombergcom the radio plus mobile app and on your radio.

betty lu asia senior research associate the house senate bloomberg tax policy botha joe 24 hours
"senior research associate" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"senior research associate" Discussed on Here & Now

"President trump is in china after a state visit to south korea yesterday where he addressed the national assembly in seoul and reiterated his tough talk on north korea's nuclear weapons program this is a very different administration than the united states has had in the past today i hope i speak not only for our countries but for all civilized nations when i say to the north do not underestimate us and do not try us to which cnn reports north korea's leaders said we don't care about what that mad dog may utter because we've already heard enough so how did president trump do in this important moment last night here now security analyst jim losses here he's senior research associate at mit security studies program jim would you think how do you do or you know robin are thought it was a pretty good speech knell that doesn't mean i agreed with everything in it but i thought it was pretty good for this reason you know i worry about more through you know i've talked about this one of the things i worry about is inadvertent war war by mistake or miscalculation but the other thing i worry about is a us south korean alliance that has been dropping like a rock precipitously uh and i think that speech to the cookbook audience may have uh you know stop the bleeding for a little while and a at least offers the promise that we can rebuild what is the critical relationship neto people say china's support more you're not solve and north korea without self career euro i so i think that's a very important relationship in the present of sounded.

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"senior research associate" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"senior research associate" Discussed on KPCC

"And our tv show musical cartoons at us i'll be talking about things that i've seen as a reporter that stuck with me up the clips i love funny and emotional and showing video and placed of that we have never put on the air and could never put in the air it saturday november 18th theater ace hotel tickets at kpcc got a word slash in person this is science friday i am i replayed oh you've probably heard of bitcoin and it's the virtual currency that supposed to be more secure and decentralising destruct disrupt how banking is done bitcoin has been around for eight years but so far seems like it's only in the hands of a programmers and hackers and that the deli owner down the street but cryptocurrency is making its way into wider circles for example you go on yelp you can search for restaurants that take bitcoin there are even places in asia that have become virtual minds working around the clock trying to dig up the coins and some investor are taking it very seriously this summer the value of one bitcoin jumped up to nearly five thousand dollars for what is a big coling where does it get its value from how does who work technologically economically and you probably heard about the other be word blocked chain what's that have to do with bitcoin medics guest is here for a bitcoin break down to tell us how the cryptocurrency might be used in the future garici allman is a senior research associate at the cambridge center for alternative finance at the university of cambridge in england welcome to science friday thank you for having me i wrote pleasure to be here you're welcome i want i want to tell our listeners that if they have a question about how big corner blockchain's work give us a call number eight four four seven two four eight two five five.

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"senior research associate" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"senior research associate" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Creators of the stoop podcast star to women public radio colleagues one african american together an american from africa they talk about what africans and african americans say about each other that conversation and other international news two o'clock today on the world here on kqed public radio eighty eight point five fm this is science friday i am ira flavio you've probably heard of bitcoin it's v virtual currency that supposed to be more secure and decentralising destruct disrupt how banking is done bitcoin has been around for eight years but so far seems like it's only in the hands of programmers and hackers and not the deli owner down the street but cryptocurrency he's making its way into wider circles for example you go on yelp you can search for restaurants that take bitcoin there are even places in asia that have become virtual minds working around the clock trying to dig up the coins and some investors are taking it very seriously this summer the value of one bitcoin jumped up to nearly five thousand dollars but what is a big coling weird is a get its value from how does who work technologically economically and you probably heard about the other be word blocked chain what's that after do with bitcoin medics kissed his here for a bitcoin break down into tell us how the cryptocurrency might be used in the future garrick allman is a senior research associate at the cambridge center for alternative finance at the university of cambridge in england walk into signs friday thank you for having me i write plenty to be here you're welcome i want i want to tell our listeners that if they have a question about how bitcoin of blockchain's work give us a call number eight four four seven two four eight two five five.

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"senior research associate" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"senior research associate" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Lee sort of low hanging fruit for trump to go at much as you know with obamacare most of trump's you know in the way he talks about the iran deal like most of trump's sort of policy initiatives have been undoing things that obama left for him i'm he's shown basically no aptitude four through proactive policy making and and we just see repeatedly that when he wants to deliver some pick to his supporters the easiest thing to do is to take some sort of policy edifice that obama built and either threatened to take it down or just take it down and so you know that the likely scenario is is that you know there is no wall there is no serious immigration bill and that the only thing worth the only place where trump believes his mark on american immigration policy is by trying to unwind the sort of smallest bits of policy progress that than obama made since two azimbek thank you for joining us on monocle 24 at bone you're listening to the medical daily when life from studio one at midori house in london area 2016 was supposed to be the moment brazil shown the olympics where it turned out to the small and eight to than that predescessors in london but the olympia in good feeling prevailed and ole seemed well but now police have raided the home of the head of brazil's olympic committee amid allegations that votes who boards in order to make rio the winner i'm joined now by jaggard at a guy who's a lesson american senior research associate at the foreign policy center welcome to the program tiago what do we know about what's happened in these rates heart will rob your career recruiter which were turner angered cricketer heckler review.

Lee obamacare trump obama midori house brazil olympics rio senior research associate tiago turner iran london foreign policy
"senior research associate" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"senior research associate" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of his twitter feed didn't come out of his mouth before the tv cameras and there's a lot to be said for that this this is a return to more standard messaging all options are on the table means precisely nothing and sid maximizes flexibility cuts with that statement is meant to do and that's why there is a tendency for american governments to revert to that language or versions of the part about contempt oh i would say is certainly correct when it comes to japan it this expresses contempt for japan uh indifference japanese concerns and it expresses a blunt rejection of past security council uh actions against north korean space and missile launches i think that is par for the course to judge real politics for joining us very welcome joshua pollick is a senior research associate at the middlebury institute of international studies at monterey he's also the editor of the nonproliferation review next will hear how extreme weather is taking a toll across south asia and this week we wanted to know are you ready for a major emergency taina hennick caffeine let an either mac daddy on a hanley ready for a matching eight i'm haley of hair that there don't let him attacking gated that may finally be ready worship had half bikkhu david frum miami and the answer no miami miami beach have mac the flooding with only one day of rain.

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"senior research associate" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

Arms Control Wonk

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"senior research associate" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

"Diplomats the gas they will till the space they're given you're listening to the arms control wongkot the meeting podcast on arms control disarmament and nonproliferation my name's draper and i must senior research associate at middlebury institute of international studies odd monterey and i'm joints today fi to other ladies that have been really closely involved in negotiations over a nuclear weapons van one of them is michael go karma john who's in rv in office and the other is beatrice thin from the international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons at thinks both for joining me thanks for having us so for those of you who haven't been following this issue closely a brief recap this is our third podcast on the nuclear weapons ban and the general assembly at the un last year at negotiated basically a mandate to start discussions on a treaty that would be legally binding and that would prohibit nuclear weapons at they did that in in complete opposition to the views of the countries that have nuclear weapons and most of the countries that rely on them for deterrence purposes so nato countries us allies in east asia the netherlands was the only country that that really stayed in the process throughout this but negotiations started at the un on this treaty and in march there were discussions for week and there's a separate podcast we did on on that subject and we reconvened the podcast to talk about a draft that was circulated a few months later.

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