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Monocle 24: The Globalist
"sudha" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Perspective, the U.S. is its biggest trading partner after the European Union. So I can not imagine that this is something that the U.S. could actually do based on how economically intertwined the economy does. And sudha, as we know, China, the world's second biggest economy, thoroughly integrated, as you mentioned, into the major economies of Asia and Europe, including Germany, would Germany ever think of signing up to sanctions if indeed those were on the table. I think it would be very difficult to for Germany to not be part of a coalition that the United States attempts to put together if that were to come. To pass as I think it would be difficult because the economies are so intertwined, as you say. But this is something that was Anthony blinken Secretary of State and public and talked about at the Munich security conference. Bill burns just did an interview saying that there is evidence that China is looking to supply Russia. So these are warnings that are coming out so that hopefully the west and transatlantic partners don't have to go down this road. And it's also very striking that Olaf Schultz as part of this site in venda is starting to travel to other countries to Brazil to South Africa to Indonesia to India to look for new markets because I think he knows in the long run being dependent on trade with China could be a very dangerous thing, not just because of Ukraine, but also down the road, Taiwan is always a looming threat in crisis. Natasha, what else do you think might be on the table during this meeting? Well, I think it's the main focus is the situation in Ukraine. I mean, I don't think that there are some other issues of maintaining trade ties and so forth. But I think the main focus is trying to remain a united front in Ukraine in particular about what they're able to supply Ukraine and how long that they're able to do so. And from a German point of view, what will it be important for Schultz to get across at The White House? So I completely agree. I think the main meeting will be the main reason to me just to take sort of stock of Russia's war, where are we before the impending spring offensive? And it'll be important for Schultz to show that there is transatlantic unity and sure there was dissonance and disagreement about the tanks. Do we really need Abrams tanks in Europe? And I think he's going to want to show Germany as he said in his speech in the bundestag that the United States is Germany's most important partner and that we work lockstep with our partner across the Atlantic. Now Natasha has been mentioned and added complication here is that the U.S. approved the sale of millions of dollars worth of missiles and military equipment to Taiwan this week. This will undoubtedly ratch up the tension between Beijing and Washington. Surely there are parallels here with the China Russia, Ukraine, weapons situation. In the sense that you mean that there will be tensions if I'm not sure I understand the question. Well, that the U.S. is supplying weapons now to Taiwan. They've just done this huge deal, but of course they are kicking back at the thought of China supplying weapons to Russia, both of those think that they're invading because it's their territory. Right. I mean, the issue with the U.S. relationship with Taiwan, of course, is a huge tension, a huge red line for China. But the U.S. has been supporting Taiwan militarily for decades and decades. And Taiwan is not involved in a conflict. The U.S. and other Western Allies have made it abundantly clear that there can't be any kind of military support from China to Russia. Because Russia is an aggressor here in this particular instance. I mean, there are some parallels, but it's very, very complicated because Taiwan hasn't been the aggressor. In fact, Taiwan sees China in its one China two states policy as the aggressor towards it and has been in the past making threats and so forth. Of course, this is just another factor that heightens the tension between the U.S. and China, which their relations at the moment are pretty much at an all time low. With diplomatic visits that have been cut recently. And the 5 incidents going on, but I see the situation is quite different because you have China potentially supporting an aggressor nation. And finally, suda, what is Germany's stance on Taiwan? You know, I think they see the German sea Taiwan as a brewing conflict. And as there is a hot war now, Russia clearly invaded Ukraine international law and they also see that as problematic when it comes to Taiwan down the road. And I think even though they realized they don't have maybe the resources to support Taiwan and be a symmetrical partner with the United States and the indo Pacific, this is why it's so important. This is why Germany should boost its military defensive capabilities to be a good partner in Europe. So the U.S. can eventually also shift resources to the end of Pacific as we see that crisis developing. Suda, thank you very much indeed. That was pseudo David wolf there and Natasha lynsted. And this is the globalist on monocle 24. It's 1513 in Beijing 7 13 here in London. Well, let's look at that U.S. Taiwan arms deal in a little bit more detail, as it will undoubtedly be discussed
KFI AM 640
"sudha" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"So I didn't know that dance of this at all The knots berry Farm Christmas parties. That's nice. Yes. Uh, alright. We had an earthquake in 1000 Oaks 3.6 earthquake, So if your home is rattling around Was 1000 Oaks. Yes. Thousands. Um, it wasn't a truck going by was a 3.6 earthquake. So, um, I'll let you know you're not crazy. All right? Um Lupita is with us. Lupita. Sudha ran Knott's Berry Farm for many, many years and she is now retiring. Lupita. I am am speechless. I can't believe you're retiring. First of all I have to say to him. It's an honor that you that I'm on your show. I am so honored. And you know how much I just love you. And I'm just so I'm so excited. Well, this is the way that I end I begin my retirement. So yes. Look for having me many years were you with knots? 33 years of my life. Okay, so I I literally I mean, the first time you and I work together at Knott's Berry Farm was twenties, five almost 26 years ago. It was exactly that's crazy. That was it is how fast that went by, and that was before it was before I met. My wife is obviously before I had my daughter. You had a very young young kids or young child at the time. And now look, you know, 25 years flew by Now you work your way up in non Sperry farm. What was your title when when you are retired. Head of publicity. Uh, a manager of partnership marketing. Oh, my God. Yes, Dog. Yeah, No, it was fun. It was an opportunity to be able to work in any type of partnership that came to for me or came to not. I was able to meet that person and see what kind of exciting Things that we could do together. Well, I got to be honest with you. Enough time has gone by and you're not with knots anymore. But remember about 22 years ago, we did a live remote there and you gave us you were able to hook us up with a couple of hotel rooms at the hotel right there at knots. Come back. Yes. And remember the next day you got a call from security because they said that somebody they had to come to our room and somebody was smoking pot in our room. And I said, How dare they? How dare they say anything like that? Well, I got to now come clean. It was somebody in my room that was doing how dare they think that happens? That happened free sometimes, right? But when was your last day was Friday? Look, I had I have not been able to sleep in the last 22 years. Yeah, but when was your last day? It was Friday, September 3rd. Okay, So what was your last day like? I mean, being at Knott's Berry Farm being you know, one of the higher ups there at Knott's Berry Farm for 33 years, watching all the changes watching the millions of kids come and go, um, watching, you know, kids that were introduced to knots Berry Farm when there are one or two years old. Are now 34 35 with their own families. What was the last day like when you walked around the park? The last day. It was emotional right? And, um, I promised they wouldn't get emotional, But it's hard. You know when that's what it's all about. When you work at a company for so long, you've got great people. You were good, and then you go in the park. It's stressful and market is just whatever coming up with, you know programs and keeping up and selling tickets. It's marketing itself. But then you know when you get all Overwhelmed about it. Then you go into the park and you see the families. You see them having a fun time. There's time I've gone and accelerator before, you know, just to Just cool down just to, you know, take a breath so outside that, Yeah, it was emotional. It was, you know, I was given an amazing retirement party and, um what was very emotional Part of that, too, is that, um uh, Director of Communications jury had asked to reach out to our broadcast partners to be able to say a message on video, and it was the most emotional Experience that I you know, I remember that I was able to enjoy and, of course, front center to open up that video with you and your message, right? So it started right there to get as emotional as it is, And you know, I did. And I just can't think just it's the people over so many years that I've met that a great people that continue to, you know, stay in touch with it and just be able to, you know, enjoy. And you know, I have a billion questions for you. But what are you going to do now that you're retired? You're going to stay in town. Are you going to get on cruises? What's the plan? You know, the thing is is honestly, it's you know, when you work full time, then you have your weekends to do whatever cleaning or whatever it is right now it's all about. I'm taking a day at a time for you and I want to be able to enjoy my grandson. He's sticks. And so I'm picking him up every day. You know, one day a week from school spending dying. I want to be able to, you know, just Yes. Still in the mouth is that your son is killed? That is, uh, Stephanie. Oh, my God. Uh, baby, I know. And you know, he was a baby when I when I met, you know. Oh, I know. Oh, my God. Oldest. He's Yes. What happened in time? But you were not very farm for the big transformation when when they were purchased by by Cedar Point, and they clean that park up and they made it safe and they made it fun. And that turned that park around. You are a big part of that. Well, it was an amazing team to be a part of it was. It was just You know, what they did to the park is kind of made us all feel. This is our home. The guests who walked into that park is walking into our home meaning that you know we're hospitable. We make sure we pick up threat. You know, on the ground If you see it, all employees did their part, right? Keep that part Now. Is there a plaque or or a brass? Uh, you know, Buster's or anything in the park that has your name on it. Well, Oh, no. But thank you very much. I mean, that's very Yeah, I'm gonna start fighting. Yeah, I can do better petition up. No, no, no. You know, I just feel just very, very, very humble and very, um, privileged. That I just every everybody here, you know, First of all, everybody, Kayla Sex, uh, really enjoyed going to the park. We all still do. And everybody here at what was clear Channel and now as I heart media You've been great to all the stations here, and we have a very special relationship with knots..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"sudha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Hour just got ADM. Across Amazon music amantadine in Dubai. Welcome to the Sunday edition of Daybreak Middle East and it is an opportunity to reflect on the week that was we wrapped up the U. S stocks in terms of performance on a negative note, usually to dip buyers stepped in. They didn't this time around, Actually, what we saw was more selling. On the week down 1.7% on the S and P. 500. Despite the pullback, we may see some golden opportunities here. That's what barons is writing about. In their latest edition, they're recommending three builder stocks. The argument here being that supply chain issues are going to get resolved in the long term. The CFTC commitment of traders report saw some of the aggregate dollar and bond positions relatively unchanged on the week. Although the Vicks Short increased slightly by 4000 other largest in about four months. US senior years at 1 34 11 Treasury prices could bounce a bit right because we had the supply Ling selling that's now. Behind the market. Big success in the 10 year auction this week really underscores the wider growth concerns. The Bloomberg dollar index got a bit of a lift, although that story got a dent on Friday with commodity FX leading the advance on The China U. S phone call progress and the Brent crude just short of $73 a barrel. Two thirds of the U. S. Gulf oil output is still down after Hurricane Island. Just try and absorb that context. For the moment I want to get to another chart HGTV go for our clients in terms of complacency. Because Goldman Sachs is saying that the market is well getting complacent. Volatility. Pricing in the Wall Street fear gauge vics is low, even though you have a number of risk events next month. Including the September Fed meeting, and German elections were currently about 18 points. Yes, it is a far cry from the 37 points that we had in January that's running through some of the first one headlines from around the world as well. And for that. We get out to Simone Fox Man does Simone Yeah. Good morning, Yussef ceremonies have been held around the world to mark the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks. President Biden and the first lady later wreath at the Pentagon and one of many samba attributes. Foreign policy has been upended an international travel transformed in the two decades since the attacks that killed nearly 3000 people. And you pull conducted by the Nikkei and TV Tokyo shows that Japanese vaccination Minister Taroko No, is the favorite to replace Prime Minister Yoshida Sudha as the leader of the ruling LDP. 27% of respondents opted for Kono well, former Defense Minister Shigeru Ishiba, ranked second with 17%. Former Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida came in third with 14%. U. S officials investigating. Apple now face new hurdles after a judge rejected.
"sudha" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"I evidence them But it was part and parcel of what you thought the ministry was then but what has been some progress made since then. I'd like to bring lucy and annabel now. I'm an and of course being your positions. You're the top of the hierarchy on. She both of you and i wonder. How confident are you that you know what's happening on the ground annabel i. Well i Jessica i just want to thank sudha and her community for an extraordinarily important piece of work. But i also want to thank the veterans like dan and the current servicewomen forgiving evidence. Because i think the benefits have been twofold. I think women i hope it felt valued at. I hope they feel. They've been given a voice which is being listened to and i think also supported that all the women understand that it was because of their evidence that they were able to support the committee at hand sat quietly so i want to give them a heartfelt. Thanks and i. I want to say how to find the. I regret some of the past behavior which was absolutely appalling behavior of the type described by dan and completely unacceptable. What i can say is that things have moved on and i was very interested that the committee acknowledged that the committee acknowledged that change has been happening but quite rightly questions the pace of change and i think that as a genuine area of concern. And that's why. I have a role to play in making sure that the good progress we're making. We can build that by looking in detail. At the committee's report. The government will respond to the report in detail. Jessica in the author. But in the meantime i'll be digesting it in detail and considering just what we can learn from it. I think that's one of the key. Ariza's here is is how long change is perhaps taking We'll come to that in just a moment. But but lucy. How aware are you of what's happening. Essentially on your watch..
WNYC 93.9 FM
"sudha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Conflict Resolution organisation. She's also a former deputy and acting special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan. At the U. S. State Department. Laurel joins US Live from Washington D C. Welcome To the program. First of all, I mean, is Iran cheering the departure of American and international forces from Afghanistan. You know, the departure of U. S forces creates something of a problem for Iran and that as we're seeing unfold now, uh it is leaving greater chaos in its wake and Iran as a neighbor is affected by that chaos. However, there's a bit of a silver lining in this for Tehran and that it creates an opportunity to poke the U. S. And the I and two Show that the U. S has been defeated in Afghanistan and I expect they will not hesitate to use that talking point. How much swayed as Tehran hold in any negotiations between the Afghan government and the Taliban. It has influence in Afghanistan. It has influenced that it has cultivated with the Taliban over a number of years now, including by um perhaps providing some material support to the insurgent group, though that's a very murky matter, but also by sometimes hosting Taliban leaders. A notable example of that is that the former Taliban leader Monster or who was killed in a US drone strike in 2015 was killed when he was traveling back to Pakistan from Iran isn't there, though a fair amount of animosity between the Iranian government and the Taliban? Yes, I mean, it's you know, it's interesting to see how this relationship has evolved because Iran has close ties with the Hazara minority in Afghanistan, which is a Shiite minority in a predominantly Sunni country, Sunni Islamic country and the Taliban is a Sunni Islamic group. There is a long history of Taliban oppression and violence directed at the Hazara minority. That again has these close ties with Iran. On. But if you're a neighbor of Afghanistan, and you see the Taliban ascendant in a way that even us military might was not able to stem you know, why wouldn't you try to seek some accommodation and influence with the group in order to protect your own interests? At least as I was talking about how much the Afghan people want some sort of negotiated settlement rather than a settlement on the on the battlefield. What are the prospects for that? Do you think at this stage? The near term prospects are very dim. Um from the Taliban perspective, there is no reason for them to seriously engaged in any kind of compromises while they are in the midst of of trying to press their military advantage until we see what the real balance of military power is on the battlefield in the wake of the US withdrawal. I don't think there's really any serious prospect. Of peace talks. Producing a result, however, um probably the Taliban and certainly neighbours like Iran and like Pakistan, know that an outright and total Taliban military victory is not a stable solution for Afghanistan that there would be opposition, and so ultimately you need some kind of negotiated power sharing. But from the Taliban perspective, they're not going to be inclined to do that. Until they very clearly have demonstrated. They have the upper hand if they're able to show that and just very briefly. I mean, is the U. S. Now out of the picture in terms of diplomatic leverage, given that it's more or less pulled out. It's not completely out of the picture, but its influence is very dramatically waned. It still has influenced to work with Pakistan that has a desire for relationship with the U. S. And that has influence over the Taliban. It has influence over the U. S government, which is still sorry over the Afghan government, which it's still funds but its influence over the Taliban. Is at this stage. Quite minimal. Laura. Thank you very much. Indeed for joining us today, Laura Miller, director of the Asia Programme for the International Crisis Group. As part of our regular daily commitment to the issue of climate change. We're going to head to Japan, the country's hosting a weeklong virtual summit, bringing together governments from across the Asia Pacific region to discuss the climate crisis. All part of preparations ahead of that big, um, meeting here in the UK in November Cop 26 as it's known Japan recently announced an ambitious new target for cutting greenhouse gases, upping its proposed reduction of co. Two emissions from 26% to 46% on 2013 levels. That's by 2030 and with the long term goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050. Japan is one of the biggest emitters of carbon dioxide in the world, and it's heavily dependent on coal. I've been talking to the country's environment Minister, Shinjiro Koizumi. I asked him first about the summit taking place. The objective of the regional climate weeks is to promote collaboration among the various actors to create a regional momentum for cop 26 to be held in Glasgow this November. We have a critical opportunity here for building back better for redesigning our societies to become more sustainable, resilient and inclusive at the G seven summit in Cornwall last month. Japan, together with the other members committed to an end to new director government support for unabated coal power by the end of this year. Minister. Sudha also announced at the summit to provide a 6.5 trillion yen climate the finals in the next five years. He also pledged to House assistance on adaptation. Given though Japan's reliance on fossil fuels how are you going to meet your your ambitious targets? I mean, you've moved from 26% cut in emissions by 2030 to 46%. How are you going to do that in such a short space of time? 46% reduction by 2030 a net zero by 2050 very, um, business but I am quite confident we can achieve them. Because there are two key actors already moving ahead businesses and the local government. Businesses are joining the race to D globalization. Renowned Japanese companies are already taking absence not only to de carbonized themselves, but the whole supply chains. Local communities play an indispensable role on the ground. In Japan. 417 cities have already committed to becoming zero carbon cities by 2050..
The Cruz Show On Demand
"sudha" Discussed on The Cruz Show On Demand
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"sudha" Discussed on AP News
"Tattered nuclear deal with world powers. The last minute discussions further underscore the narrowing window for the U. S and others to reach terms with Iran as it presses a tough stance with the international community over its atomic program. The Islamic Republic is already enriching and stockpiling uranium at levels far beyond those allowed by its 2015 nuclear deal. I'm Charles Dillon asthma. Harvey Weinstein is extradition from New York to California to face rape and sexual assault charges. Faces further delays over paperwork issues raised by his lawyer. Weinstein had been scheduled to be transferred as early as next week. Ed Donahue AP News The Supreme Court is rejecting an appeal from a retired federal law enforcement officer who was put in a police chokehold at a V. A hospital. Jose Oliva was at the facility for a dental appointment in 2016. When officers at a security checkpoint said he did not produce I d that eventually led to three officers violently detaining that then 70 year old ill Eva video shows them putting him in a chokehold and wrestling him to the ground. Ah leva filed a federal civil rights suit against the three officers. And while a trial judge allowed the suit to go forward, a federal appeals panel reversed the ruling. The Supreme Court did not comment in rejecting a leave his appeal. Soccer Megane Washington Japan is opening to mass vaccine centers two months before the Olympics to help accelerate immunization. Japan is mobilizing military doctors and nurses to give shots of two elderly people in Tokyo and Osaka as the government desperately tries to accelerate its vaccination rollout on curb Corona virus infections just two months before hosting the Olympics. Prime Minister you'll see Heidi Sudha is determined to hold the game's on has made an ambitious pledge to finish vaccinating elderly people by the end of July. Despite skepticism, it's possible The two mass inoculation centers. Aim to give shots to 15,000 people a day for the next three months. I'm Charles Dillon, Asthma the You're having a sleepover and hey, Are you still awake? Yeah. Are you hungry? Yeah. Do you think your dad would drive us to McDonald's deal? There is a deal for every sleepover when you buy one of your faith that McDonald's like the filet of fish, quarter pounder with cheese, Big Mac or 10 piece Chicken McNuggets and get another for just a dollar that Oppa Papa McDonald's. I'm lovin it limited time only prices and participation may very valid for item of equal or lesser value. The news. I met Donna here. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is traveling to the Middle East. A week after Israel and Hamas agreed to a cease fire in the Gaza Strip. The AP is Joseph Kraus reports on who Blinken will be talking to in Israel. He's going to be meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has come under intense criticism by many in Israel, who say he stopped to the Gaza offensive too early. And then on the Palestinian side, Lincoln will be meeting with the Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who has no effective power over Gaza, which is ruled by the militant group Hamas. Lincoln is hoping to revive peace talks. Officials say the White House and the Kremlin are working to arrange a summit next month between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin and Switzerland. It could come at the end of Biden's first foreign trip as president. The Supreme Court will not hear the case of a black driver shot and killed by a white police officer in Ohio. The AP Sandra Madani has the story. Luke Stuart's family filed a federal civil rights suit after the 2017 shooting, alleging police training in Euclid encouraged or at least Condoned excessive force. The suit came as police in the suburban Cleveland town were being criticized. Foreign arrest, in which a white officer with a history of disciplinary issues was seen on video, repeatedly punching a black man during a traffic stop. A trial court dismissed the Stewarts suit and an appeals court agreed, saying the family cannot sue either the city or the officer who shot Stuart. The high Court is leaving the appeals panel ruling in place saga REM agony. Washington Police in South Carolina say they captured a suspect in four killings this month in two states. Tyler Terry was last seen a week ago when he ran from a wrecked car. He was a passenger in he's linked to killings in South Carolina and Missouri. Western outrage is growing and the European Union is threatening more sanctions over the force. Diversion of a plane to Belarus in order to arrest in opposition journalist This is AP News The World Health Organization admits it could have done better. Responding to the coronavirus, the W. H O opened its annual meeting, working on a draft resolution that acknowledges missteps in the response to Cove in 19. There are serious shortcomings, it said. In the world's ability to prepare for and prevent health emergencies, Director General Ted Rose Tottenham, Gabrielle ASIS led a round of applause for health care workers and then said the world remains in a very dangerous situation. What to do one thing, he said, get vaccines to all countries faster in his words. A small group of countries that make him by the majority of the world's vaccines control the fate of the rest of the world. I'm Rita Foley, CBS says. Starting June 14th Stephen Colbert's Late show will have a fully vaccinated audience in New York's Ed Sullivan Theater because of the Corona virus, more than 200 episodes were produced without a live audience. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News The World Health Organization admits missteps In the response to Cove in 19. The W. H O opened its annual meeting, working on a draft resolution that acknowledges missteps in the response to Cove in 19. There are serious shortcomings, it said. In the world's ability to prepare for and prevent health emergencies Director General Ted Rose Tottenham, Gabrielle ASIS led a round of applause for health care workers and then said the world remains in a very dangerous situation. While he was speaking, he said 400 people would die of cove. It 19 What to do. One thing, he said, get vaccines to all countries faster, in his words, a small group of countries that make him by the majority of the world's vaccines control the fate of the rest of the world. I'm Rita Foley. The Supreme Court will not hear the case of a black driver fatally shot by a white police officer in Ohio. Luke Stuart's family filed a federal civil rights suit after the 2017 shooting, alleging police training in Euclid encouraged or at least Condoned excessive force. The suit came as police in the suburban Cleveland town were being criticized for an arrest in which a white officer with a history of disciplinary issues was seen on video, repeatedly punching a black man during a traffic stop. A trial court dismissed the Stewarts suit and an appeals court agreed, saying the family cannot sue either the city or the officer who shot Stuart. The high court is leaving the appeals panel ruling in place Saga REM agony Washington. Good morning, I'm a Donahue with an AP News MINUTE President Biden is sending his top diplomat to the Middle East following the cease fire in Gaza. Here's the AP, Sandra Madani, the Biden ministrations been criticized for its perceived hands off initial response to the fighting between Israel and Hamas. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken has said the president's Behind the scenes efforts paid off with a truce after just 11 days now blinking himself will go to the region to push Israelis, Palestinians and other players to build on the ceasefire by laying the groundwork for eventually resuming peace talks. The president says Blinken will also work with partners to ensure aid reaches Gaza, which was badly damaged in Israeli air strikes. Santorum agony. Washington Police in Jerusalem are calling it a terrorist attack. An Israeli soldier.
"sudha" Discussed on KQED Radio
"He was very, very young. He was a teenager when he was signed up to the 16 as I recall, as he has 16 years old. Yes, as I think, he says, to avoid his labor service, they said, Well, joined the SS that'll that'll get you out of it. Now, unless Oh, no what, what His motivations necessarily were. But I think that is in part. I mean, what the end of this film does this reflection on perpetration on one's involvement? He seems to Yes, slowly but surely come around a little bit. He starts to sort of recognize his own involvement but is always willing to make excuses. And I think Scott were things that occurred to me when I was watching that individual is a complete lack of any sort of apology. And so it's very revealing What you know Luke Cullen was able to extract from him there. People who say today even in the course of this film. Oh, yes, Jews were killed, but not nearly as many as people think it's wildly exaggerated. Or yes, it happened, but it's time to get over it. What's the answer to that in 2021? It's a part of our history. That is so recent, so pressing. So important. There's so many aspects of it that reflect our own current moment. There's a reckoning, a reckoning for ourselves for human involvement as a great crime against humanity. Modern day denies its refusal and it's one rooted deeply in in anti Semitism. I think, actually got that, too, that that Denial doesn't is not about saying it didn't happen. But it's also trivializing and minimizing and relative izing that history, so that effectively doesn't challenge our own lives. Not facing it. Its severity is consequences. We don't have to dwell on that in such a way that we become voyeuristic or fascinated in away by it horrific dimensions, But we do need to be reminded on if you add up all of these books and movies, including this new one final account, which is going to add a new dimension to how we see that period of time. It is now undeniable, including those who are trying to avoid, you know their own culpability in so doing, they confirm that it happened. That's another defense against in our that we need to have it at our disposal. Caesar among the last people on Earth who talked about those events, not just as witnesses. But as As part of the machine that perpetrated the crimes. A new clothes, you know, Not only is a loophole in the filmmaker passed away, but many of these interviewees have also passed away at this point, so he really did this in the nick of time. Dr. Steven Smith is executive director of the U. S. See Shoah Foundation and Sampo, associate producer of final account of film by the late Lou Collins in theaters this weekend. Thank you so much for being with us, gentlemen. Thank you. I am. Brennan's new project is we are an island, but we're not alone. Sudha Sudha Sokolova, who needs how you recorded a group called Comorian in unconventional locations and abandoned car. We're just outside in the rain for in view of passersby on the comb our asylums. He.
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"sudha" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"He was very, very young. He was a teenager when he was signed up to the 16. As I recall, he has 16 years old. Yes, as I think, he says, to avoid his labor service, they said, well, joined the SS that although that will get you out of it now that's only what what his motivations necessarily were. But I think that is in part. I mean, what the end of this film does this reflection on perpetration on one's involvement? He seems to Yes, slowly but surely come around a little bit. He starts to sort of recognize his own involvement but is always willing to make excuses. And I think Scott were things that occurred to me when I was watching that individual is a complete lack of any sort of apology. And so it's very revealing What you know Lou Colin was able to extract from him there. People who say today even in the course of this film. Oh, yes, Jews were killed, but not nearly as many as people think it's quietly exaggerated. Or yes, it happened, but it's time to get over it. It's the answer to that in 2021. It's a part of our history. That is so recent, so pressing. So important. There's so many aspects of it that reflect our own current moment. There's a reckoning, a reckoning for ourselves for human involvement. As a great crime against humanity. Modern day denies its refusal and it's one rooted deeply in in anti Semitism. I think, actually, it's gotta add to that that Denial doesn't is not about saying it didn't happen. But it's also trivializing and minimizing and relative izing that history, so that effectively doesn't challenge our own lives. Not facing it. Its severity is consequences. We don't have to dwell on that in such a way that we become voyeuristic or fascinated in away by it horrific dimensions, but we do need to be reminded If you add up all of these books and movies, including this new one final account, which is going to add a new dimension to how we see that period of time. It is now undeniable, including those who are trying to avoid, you know their own culpability in so doing, they confirm that it happened. That's another defense against in all that we need to have it. Our disposal. Caesar among the last people on Earth who talk about those events, not just as witnesses. But as As part of the machine that perpetrated the crimes. A new clothes, you know, Not only is a loophole in the filmmaker passed away, but many of these interviewees have also passed away at this point, so he really did this in the nick of time. Dr. Steven Smith is executive director of the U. S. See Shoah Foundation and Sampo, associate producer. Final account of film by the late Lou Collins in theaters this weekend. Thank you so much for being with us, gentlemen. Thank you. I am. Britain's new project is We are an island, but we're not alone. Sudha Sudha Sokolova, who needed how you recorded a group called Comorian in unconventional locations, an abandoned car. We're just outside in the rain for in view of passersby on the camera asylum..
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"sudha" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Yes. And if you're a meteorologist, you don't confuse those two. Well, no, you wouldn't do that now. You certainly wouldn't know. And if you think tornadoes do a lot of damage, we know you hear what Black lives matter did to the target store up in Minneapolis Boy Minneapolis Target store got Rance. What did target due to black lives matter first, because I know they wouldn't act like that. Let's They got a good reason, right? Well, they existed. That was part of it. Okay, well, shame on them. There's a target store in Minneapolis. And they have a big mural out front for black lives matter. Some people have pointed out. It's kind of looks like a mural to celebrate the rioters. And if you don't believe me, if you look here on the mural, you'll see Look at that. They have fire and then they did them. And there's a guy with his arms in the air, and it looks like this guy's throwing a rock or something, Boy. Dude, I didn't draw this mural. No, They're begging for it, though, So they put that on this. They put that out. There is insurance, but it didn't work out. It did not know I Minneapolis target store that was infamously ransacked by looters last year now proudly displays a mural celebrating those same your looters, the rioters, His theory. Irony is palpable. The star was reopened with the goal of catering, mortar, black shoppers and being less racist. That's what they wanted to do. Oh, I don't know how exactly you cater to black. Like what? What does that mean? Exactly? Isn't that make you racist in itself? What would you do that I don't know exactly Like if you said I went over to the beer section, it's almost liquor. Whoa! We were trying to get more black people in here like Whoa! That's racism that does seem a little high went over to the CDs selection. There. It was almost entirely Jay Z and DMX. I guess they don't sell CDs anymore. Probably after a newly formed racial Justice committee sought to tackle targets reputation of appealing primarily the white suburban shoppers. At least that's what they claim efforts were made to make the storm or welcoming for black people, while also stocking more products owned by made by black owned brands. Did they take cash registers out? Maybe there's no checkout lanes anymore. Well, yeah, because the black lives matter. Folks seem to like to shop when they're closed. Okay, Well, there's that. Yeah s so if if it's just, you know the checking out and the pain at the cash register part, then move that get that out of the way. Now, you might think all right if they wanted to be more appealing to black people and double SCP told us Black people love menthols, but Mendel's That's right. But we're also told That's racist to have them. But menthols require an idea. Oh, dear God Target can't sell things that require ideas. If the left believes black people don't have ideas, which they do, but you know again, you know, this is their stereotype. Stereotype. They started exactly so how do you sell alcohol or what's another thing? Sudha fed, You can't sell suit a fed right? That requires an idea. By the way, it's white people that screw that up. Thanks a lot. Meth head? Yeah, Method. Yeah. Thanks. Methods. Trouble in paradise, Walter Johnson. Here's David Snell with needs heating and air. Some years ago, I met with the family in Northern Virginia who needed to replace their H V. A C system. When we have narrowed down the right Lennox system for their home, Mr looked at Mrs and asked What what should we do? Mrs. Smiled, looked at me and said, Well, he did pass the blue test. I replied, OK, I'm thrilled the past. But what's the blue test? Mrs replied. Our dog. Blue is the best judge of character We've ever come to know. And he hasn't left her side since you came in our home. If you're good enough for blue, you're good enough for us. When can we get this done? This interaction truly changed my mind set on what people wanted in a contractor, and it's partly what inspired needs to be founded. Here's my introductory offer. The number caller you are is the price you pay for our robust spring A C tune up that you need to get done before the summer heat sets him. So if you're the first caller, you pay $1. And then the next $2 up to our normal tune up cost of $79 wear.
"sudha" Discussed on WTOP
"In the near future, Justice Stephen Brier, who had 82 is the court's oldest member, has been mum about any retirement plans. I'm Julie Walker. Today, the Supreme Court will take up a case about student expression. The student involved Sudha Pennsylvania School district after she was suspended permanently from the junior varsity cheerleading team for using the F word on social media to express frustration over not making the varsity team. Federal appeals court ruled that because her message was posted off campus, she was beyond the reach of school authorities and for that reason could not be punished. But the school system says with smartphones, social media and the need for remote learning alliance between what's on and off campus have been blurred. Homeless advocates say the two important voices in D C have been silenced it a deadly crash over the past weekend. 55 year old Rhonda Whitaker in 60 year old walled in Adam's were friends who both worked on behalf of DCs homeless. Both had lived that life at one time Saturday, The two friends were killed. Hit by a pickup truck in Hains Point while out on a walk, Jeremy shows you hold with the nonprofit Friendship Place, New Adams. Well, somebody you liked immediately you have there. It's kindness you could tell he was compassionate. After achieving sobriety and living independently. Adams served on the board at Friendship Place and worked at Pathways to Housing D C. He's just somebody who just gave you the old ones. He picked a cause. Kate Ryan w T o P News. Coming up on w t. O P. Some residents in the area could be paying Maurin property taxes, even though they're real estate taxes were reduced its 9 44 u S. A. A life insurance was made for busy families who have big plans. But very little time. Who's to do list ever stops growing like most of us? They think I should probably sit down and look in the life insurance one of these days, but ironically Life gets in the way their conference calls bills to pay kids to entertain. And, hey, the grass is gonna mow itself and on and on. The good news is getting a quote from you say Life insurance company is fast, so it's a decision that doesn't take a lot of time or peace and quiet to make..
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Dallas Cowboys Reach Multi-Year Deal With Star Quarterback Dak Prescott
"Salary cabin number for two thousand and twenty one is going to be twenty two point two million dollars all right now. Head dak prescott. In franchise tag again this will happen in a procedural sense but had to cow tried to go at this with dak prescott on the franchise tag for the two thousand and twenty one season. We've talked about this a number of times. That value would have been thirty. Seven point seven million dollars so the fact that the cow is now have him onto the books. We're talking about the value that is on the books in the books. However you want to look at the books whether they're e books or physical books whatever the case may be that value is now twenty two point two million dollars now. I know that we have all said some things about the dallas cowboys but they are not complete dummies. They surely budgeted for the franchise tag value. Because let's be honest. They came about twenty four hours. We think you know. Close to having the actually placed the franchise tag and maybe carried out with that prescott. So the cowboys have room for the franchise tag at the very least so you look at that quake matt that adam schefter was kind enough to do for you. That is fifteen point. Five million dollars that the dallas cowboys suddenly have because they've got this long term deal with that prescott. This is something that we've been saying for two years now. If you do this you can. You can kick this down the road. You can prorate it you can extended you can whatever term you want to put on it. You can spread the impact of the deal out of the signing bonus of the overall guaranteed money out over the lives of the contract so it doesn't hit you all at once. That's the one killer about the franchise tag is that it is fully and completely guaranteed in franchise tag is a one year deal so the value of it last year and dak prescott was on the tag for thirty one point. Four million dollars. The two thousand twenty dallas cowboys had to absorb that value all at once and they would have had to have done it again. Here in two thousand and twenty one but because they have adjusted that they now have fifteen and a half million dollars that they were seemingly budgeting for dak prescott that now they can apply to different areas. Maybe it is a safety. Maybe it's a defensive end. Maybe it's a defensive tackle. Maybe it's you know an offensive tackle. But they want swing tackled death whatever the case may be. We know that the cowboys obviously hold the tenth overall. Pick in the draft. They could go a number of different directions there. They wanna cornerback kayla farther patrick's retain do wanna take one of the tackles and rashawn slater as all this is. This is setting up and this is an important thing. I want you to hear me here and watch me here. You cannot waste this money. If dallas cowboys the whole point and getting this done with thac prescott besides obviously establishing having the best player on your team for the foreseeable future the point in doing this is to alleviate the salary cap space now. And i don't like the term when now if you watch us often you know that but you look state of the nfc east. It is by sudha. I mean the philadelphia. Eagles are a disaster. The new york giants doping daniel jones is legitimate. The washington football team has a great team but is void of the most important position of the game and a quarterback. Maybe they'd get somebody this cycle as we all expect quarterbacks to change teams at a higher rate than usual but the case in point is at the dallas cowboys are now. We're going to see this all day on tuesday by the way and we'll talk about it of course but they're going to be overwhelming favorites to win the nfc streit and you think about the conference that they plan is really a contender in the nfc. And i mean that with all due respect to the reigning champion tampa bay buccaneers. But you've got the bucks you've got the green bay packers and then who scares you. May maybe the rams you believe in matthew stafford but the point is thinking about the afc. I mean the. Afc has the bills and the ravens and the chiefs and the titans and the steelers and the browns. I mean you could go. A number of different ways. Did the colts have carson. Wentz ends up getting his act together and so the cowboys play in the weakest division in the weaker conference and so now they have this opportunity to really kind of take their future in the here and now they have fifteen and a half million dollars that they weren't necessarily planning on having use it and if they don't use it it is all for not so i mean we are all imploring the dallas cowboys to ultimately use this salary cap space. This is a very very very luxurious gift. That they now have been afforded that they didn't previously have so shattered of course to the dallas cowboys. Let's see here let's move. I'm i wanna talk of course about the bonus the dak prescott because well. It's stupid large. I mean it's amazing. Dak prescott has now the largest signing bonus in the nfl. You look at joe flacco. Once upon a time. Got forty million. Dollars matt ryan forty six and a half. Remember if you're on the fence about this value. We've talked about this before as well. Matt ryan became the first quarterback in nfl history to average over. He had thirty but to average at least thirty million dollars per year with his new contract that he signed with the atlanta falcons in two thousand and eighteen. That was three years ago. Dak prescott signed a four six year. Deal whatever you wanna call it. That was three years ago. They matt ryan signed that he was the first quarterback to hit the thirty million dollars a year. Mark prescott just hit forty but the reality and we've been saying this forever is that there are so many deals coming around the bend. Josh allens gotta get paid. Lamar jackson's gotta get paid. Baker mayfield's got to get paid extra calories. He's going to get paid the year after that. It's going to be time for joe burrow to finally get paid and when all of those players get paid this forty million dollars a year. Mark the dak prescott got this one hundred twenty six million dollar. Total guaranteed is sixty six million dollar signing bonus all these things that are currently the top of the nfl. The most in nfl history. That's the verbiage in determining that you're hearing associated with this and it's all literally true but it's all going to get pushed down because all of these players on this list. Joe flacco matt ryan matthew stafford at fifty million signing bonus. Aaron rodgers fifty. Seven and a half russell wilson not going to be a dallas cowboy now by the way sixty five million dollars. Dak prescott topped that all of these quarterbacks in all likelihood we'll top that that's the reality of the nfl things are always moving in one direction. It is up
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"America is back," Biden tells Munich Security Conference
"By video link at the Munich Security Conference. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron also spoke NPR's Rob Schmitz was watching from Berlin. Welcome, Rob. Hey, Howdy President Biden emphasized today that he is reaffirming America's commitment to the transatlantic relationship. What else did he have to say? He had a lot to say. First off. He really hit home that Europe is a cornerstone of America's approach to the rest of the world, and that the transatlantic alliance is more important than ever, he pointed out. The West faces a new set of challenges. He mentioned the strategic threat of China as well as Russia and, of course, the Corona virus pandemic. But he said one of the biggest challenges the West faces now is that as we gradually come out of this pandemic, he said, many people in the world are wondering if autocracy Has emerged as a better system for governance. And he said the U. S and Europe need to work together to show the world that democracy will prevail. Here's what he said Democracy doesn't happen by accident. We have to defend it. Fight for it, Strengthening renew it. We have to prove Our model is in a relic of history. It's a single best way to revitalize the promise of our future. And the response from Germany or France. You know, Merkel and the crone got right down to business. Both of them reacted with the kind of a laundry list of items that have built up over the past four years that need to be done multilateral approach to vaccinations for the developing world, reinvigorating The Iran nuclear deal. The Paris climate accord Afghanistan, you name it, these air all issues that from the European perspective have suffered from neglect under the Trump administration. And have been festering over the past four years. I spoke to Sudha David will of the German Marshall Fund after the event, and she told me it's clear. Both Merkel and McCrone are thrilled that Biden has reaffirmed the transatlantic alliance. Europe needs a strong U. S. And buying, I should say, because Merkel is now a lame duck. She's going to be inward looking as she looks to preserve her legacy, which has taken some knocks lately because Germany has not done a great job dealing with the second phase of pandemic. And Micron is going to be busy with an election in 2022. But are the French president? Macron did say that the EU needs to be more involved with its own security going forward, and we've been hearing that for the last couple of years. That was a complaint from former President Trump that that you needed to spend more on its own defense. Are they actually doing that? They are And as you mentioned, your former president, Trump spend years badgering them about this. And in today's speeches, both Merkel and McCrone pointed out there spending more than ever on defense and Grown even went so far to say that Europe should spend even more in the future because, he said, the U. S is clearly focused on China and in the Pacific region more than ever. And that means that Europe needs to step up its own defense to better manage threats in its own neighborhood. That's NPR's Rob Schmitz. Joining us from Berlin. Rob, Thanks for your reporting. Thank you. What is the point of buying something now? If you can't
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"sudha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The global news edge. That's exactly what they're saying. Juliet When Joe Biden has inaugurated on Wednesday, his incoming CDC director, Dr Rochelle Walensky on ABC says they will be working immediately. We are confident that we have enough vaccine. It's For the 100 million doses over the next 100 days. That is what the president elect has promised. It will be a hefty lift, but we have it in us to do that, and former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb on CBS as it can be done. About another 15 will be made available to the states. As of this Tuesday, and five million have been ordered by the states, but not yet ships. That's a total of 50 million doses, he says. That's going to add to supply and Dr Anthony Fauci and NBC says a new Johnson and Johnson vaccine should add to the supply sooner than later. So their data I think very soon I would imagine within a period of a week or so. Or the most a couple of weeks. They're gonna be getting their data together and showing it to the FDA. And now all three, doctors say caseload, hospitalizations and deaths will increase before it gets better and that they're very could well be 500,000 deaths before control is reached. Singapore will require all inbound travelers take a covert test upon arrival in the city state from January 25th citizens and permanent residents of Singapore who returned from either the UK or South Korea. I'm beg your pardon. South Africa will have to tack on an additional seven day isolation at home after their 14 day stay in a dedicated facility. UK will consider all possibilities to enforce covert 19 rules for travelers. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says he won't rule out quarantine hotels and using GPS trackers to fight the spread. We got we're going to the end of the tunnel with the vaccine. We just gotta stay at home as much as possible unless they're really strong, limited exceptional reasons. Traveling domestically or internationally, and that's the way we get through to a better place, and he hopes to be able to lift some restrictions by sometime in the spring. The spread of covert in Japan is causing some political headaches for Prime Minister Yoshihide Asuka. My nature poll shows the Cabinet losing seven points to 33% approval. Bloomberg's Katsunori Takahashi says political trouble therefore, Sudha I mean, with the current support rate in the 30% level, it's highly unlikely the current the party will go ahead with Sudha if it does faces election before that. Um, don't get the same time there is no opposition support rate for the opposition is still very, very low s. Oh, no Immediate action is needed. Washington D C Mayor Muriel Bowser says the capital and White House are under heavy security and are indeed secure. This is a national special security event. More than half of those events have been conducted in Washington, D. C in the Secret Service, working with all federal agencies. I's gonna make this a safe event, and she worries about other areas of her city and across the nation. The head of the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff says it is this essential Donald Trump be cut off from intelligence briefings. There were, I think any number of intelligence partners of ours around the world who probably started withholding information. From us because they didn't trust the president would would safeguard that information to protect their sources and methods, he says. Can't trust him now nor in the future in San Francisco? I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Jules. Thanks so much. Let's get to our guest now. June Bellew, portfolio manager, Tribeca Investment Partners who joins us on the line from Sydney to seeing a little bit of a pullback, perhaps his breather that everybody had bean calling for or pull back to justify some of these reflection. Re expectations. Is it the fact um bay that also, I guess we've got this stimulus plan. The $1.9 trillion package. Kind affected in now. I wouldn't call that. I think absolutely the reflationary specters that have performed well in the last quarter, and some part of the expectations of the stimulus has been priced into the market. However, we still have yet to see the policy to come through. So my views their market is taking a bit of profits ahead of the important earning season just to get a sense of the The in terms of parts of the recovery and you know a bit of reality check. However, if we do see you know the stimulus package to be officially launched, then I do absolutely expect about the market to run on on the back of those When it comes to the recovery. We're looking ahead to the starter jump coming through out of China. It's certainly being a story of first in first out. What do you expecting from this fourth quarter GDP number? And how much is it going to help, perhaps turn the sentiment around here for Asian equities today? Huh? Look, we do expect the numbers to be pretty strong. Whether that will be really turned the short term sentiment. I'm not so sure because it's really just, you know, the last quarter. The performance has been very strong in terms of the equity market, and you know, in the more slightly risk off environment ahead of the results he's is, um you know, in the U. S. It certainly will send investors. Perhaps they somewhat defensive, which is not great for the Asian equities, but that is just temporary. We do expect, you know, doctor would demonstrate how strong the country's been running and then looking ahead. I think they both pretty well for our performance for the next 12 months. US bullish on the recovery in the United States is well. We heard Goldman Sachs, raising their annual growth forecast for the US to an expansion of 6.6% this year. Yeah. Look, we are actually very optimistic with the U. S is well and hence why, you know as an equity investor. We think the market is well under pinch not only led by China and now it will be led by us as well on dumb What the other economies so we should see GDP start expending a swell like the UK than Europe on Daz. The world's recovered from the Pandemic affected world So yes. Oh, absolutely. We think a fundamental looks good next 12 to 18 months for global equities And you know the major economies were underpinned that And so which particular sectors they're going to see the most support. Look at. We do think that the in terms of the equity, a sort of across different sectors. Most sectors will be recently supported. However, the league market leadership will definitely shipped from more growth oriented into more cyclical type of sectors. Whether it's resource is or travel or kiss you and few others so we should see the transitioning off the leadership which you have seen in the last quarter of so Funds, but that will be more prominent this 12 months. Jimmy when we think that we might take a little bit about geopolitics is well, we have the inauguration of Joe Biden this week. June Balu is portfolio manager at TriBeCa Investment Partners on the line for us from Sydney here on Bloomberg. Daybreak Asia We are seeing the asx 200 incident down half of 1%. This is.
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"sudha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Doug, it is inauguration week to what do we expect in here and start off trade in Asia? Well later today, it'll be the Chinese data that we're going to be keeping a very close eye on, including the GDP number will also have retail sales and industrial production. Those will be the monthly figures. Head of those numbers. We've got a weaker offshore Chinese currency here at six spot 48 75, largely because of a big rally in the dollar Friday here in the states, and the dollar is continuing to gain a lot of ground in Asian trading. We were up 6/10 of 1% in New York on Friday, right now another 2/10 of 1% to the upside for the greenback. Interestingly, we've got a weaker yen here at one of 3 93. But the Nikkei is down about how 1% communication system stocks leading this decline. Also material stock showing some weakness as our consumer discretionary shares bear in mind. We had a week session in the States on Friday. After that, surprisingly weak number on real retail sales for the states. Now we'll have no trading in the U. S on Monday in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr holiday. So no trading in US sovereign debt as a result in the Tokyo session, bank earnings will continue Tuesday. That's Bank of America and the Goldman and we'll be hearing from Fed chair former Fed chair Janet Yellen, who is now being nominated as U. S Treasury secretary. That will happen on Tuesday, right now and sold the KOSPI down about 1.3%. And in Sydney. The ASX 200 off 6/10 of 1% Jules well, economist said Goldman Sachs have raised their annual growth forecasts for the United States. The team led by young Hatzius is predicting the American economy will expand 6.6% this year. Previously, Goldman's economists expected 6.4% annual growth. The upgrade comes after President elect Biden unveiled a rescue package worth $1.9 trillion in spending. Expectation is barred in aided by a Democratic controlled Congress will deliver ample amounts of state fiscal aid as well. A spending on education and public health Baron's plan includes an extension of emergency unemployment insurance benefits. Meantime, the Trump administration is striking a parting blow to China's walkway technologies. We have that from Bloomberg, Susanna Palmer, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. The administration notified several always suppliers, including chip maker Intel that it is revoking certain licenses to sell to while away. It also intends to reject the dozens of other applications to supply the company. The action against Whywe technology is likely to be the last against whywe under President Trump is the latest and long running effort to weaken the world's largest telecommunications equipment maker, which the Trump Administration says is a threat to U. S national security and foreign policy interests. Susanna Palmer Bloomberg Daybreak Asia Help US health experts is saying today that the body and goal of 100 million vaccines in 100 Days is doable. Let's get to it. Baxter in San Francisco, with all the global news it yes, as you say. Juliette from several sources when Joe Biden is inaugurated on Wednesday is incoming CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky on ABC says They will begin working immediately are confident that we have enough vaccine for the 100 million doses over the next 100 days. That is what the president elect has promised. It will be a hefty lift, but we have it in us to do that, and former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb on CBS says it can be done. About another 15 will be made available to the states as of this Tuesday, and five million have been ordered by the states, but not yet ships. That's a total of 50 million doses. And Dr Anthony Fauci on NBC says a new Johnson and Johnson vaccine should add to the supply much sooner than later. So their data I think very soon I would imagine within a period of a week or so. Or the most a couple of weeks. They're gonna be getting their data together and showing it to the FDA. Now all three. Doctors say the caseload hospitalizations deaths will increase before they get better and now could be 500,000 deaths before control. Singapore will require all inbound travelers take a covert test upon arrival in the city state from January 25th citizens and permanent residents of Singapore who returned from either the UK or South Africa. We'll have to tack on an additional seven day isolation at home after their 14 days stay at a dedicated facility. UK will consider all possibilities to enforce covert 19 rules for travelers. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says he will not rule out quarantine hotels and using GPS trackers to fight the spread. We've got the line to the end of the tunnel with the vaccine, we just got to stay at home is much as possible unless they're really strong, limited exceptional reasons. Traveling domestically or internationally, and that's the way we get through to a better place. Then he hopes will be able to live some restrictions by sometime in the spring. The second, the spread of covert agent in Japan is causing some political headaches for Prime Minister Yoshihide Asuka. I'm in a cheap poll shows the Cabinet losing seven points to 33% approval of Bloomberg's Katsunori Takahashi says political trouble there for Sudha. I mean, with the current support rate in the 30% level, it's highly unlikely the current the party will go ahead with Sudha if it does pay for the election before that. Um, I don't get the same time there is no the opposition support rate for the opposition is still very, very low, so he says no immediate action needed. Washington, D C. Mayor Merial Bowser says the capital and White House are under heavy security, but they are secure. This is a national special security of event. More than half of those events have been conducted in Washington, D. C in the Secret Service, working with all federal agencies. It's going to make this a safety event. She worries about other areas of her city and across the nation. Head of the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff says it is essential Donald Trump be cut off from all intelligence briefings..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"sudha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Least I'm use of going to the dean. You have, of course, the ongoing political developments in the United States. Keeping investors a little bit cautious. And we get seeing that reflected on the S and P 500 many but also the rise in the number of coronavirus cases, the restrictions and the disruption and evaluations. Ultimately, in a lot of these assets, just push for a moment for broader reflection, So we're flat on the S and P 500 Many overnight we saw a drop in the U. S stocks. In fact, the first time that they were lower in five training sessions, Goldman says, You know what by U. S stocks despite those valuations, But then you've got you BS. They're favoring value non U. S. Stocks after the Democratic Senate win. The elusive 1% yield and US Treasuries that's becoming a bit of the norm at the moment. Currently we are 1.1478 look out for the yield spread between 10 Year Treasuries and Bones. Those keep widening. I mean, we're now at levels that we haven't seen since before the pandemic. Dollar gaining again and more strength here. This is the highest in nearly three weeks. A big three day rally. In fact, the biggest since September. Morgan Stanley is actually throwing in the towel on their weak dollar call because of the shifts that they're seeing in U. S rates and then Brent crude. They're just about down 1/5 of 1%. Let's check in on the market action in Asia and get you the full picture with Juliet, Sally and Sing up for Jules. Yousef? Yes, starting to get a little bit more cautious here in the afternoon session as we focus on the pandemic and the worries as well about stretched valuations. In a number of these markets, Korea has fallen by as much as 3% on the cost Me the biggest drop since August after of course, we know that market had such a strong, powerful start to 2021 up by almost 10% over the course of last week. Okay, They're pretty flat. We have heard the prime minister Sudha, saying that the government is considering expanding the area covered under emergency due to the virus in Japan. Medicaid trying to hold on to those 30 year highs in the seaside 300, which was sold off yesterday on concern that those evaluations at a 13 year high were too much is actually very strong today. Also, we've been watching the situation in Malaysia, the Kale CI has slipped as much as 1.6%, and this is after the king declared a state of emergency until August. Does. Malaysia continues to tackle the worsening coronavirus situation there, Yousef Thank you for the moment, Jules that search on it, Sally there. Let's also get to the first world headlines from around the world. Simone Fox Man and Go on Simone..
Japan to Declare Virus Emergency for Tokyo Amid Record Cases
"You see, the Sudha is expected to declare a state of emergency for Tokyo and adjacent areas later as infections continue to hit a record high. Local media is expecting Tokyo to report more than 2000 new cases. Critics are calling his strategy to narrow and see restrictions lasting for months. Let's get out to our politics reporter in Tokyo is about Reynolds is about. Why is the government declaring this emergency now? Um, right, Well, a lot of people would say it's a bit related. But as he said, there have been 2000 cases probably reported in Tokyo today, which is more than twice the top level that we saw in the spring with the previous With the previous sort of expected the pandemic. So this this emergency is aimed at bringing this case is down, especially the serious cases. The number of people in hospital is gonna last a month from generating hates to February 7th, but it will be a lot less stringent from the emergency that they instituted last April. This time residents are going to be asked to avoid going out. But only at night after 8 p.m. on bars and restaurants will be instructed to close in age on Bill also be another push for remote working and the government seeking to cut the number of people who are commuting to work by about 70%. S so this is sort of an emergency light on by their questions over how far it's going to be effective in controlling the virus, while the government is obviously seeking to avoid the kind of economic pain We saw last spring. Will it be enoughto to get the outbreak, at least under control? Well, that that's that's a matter of dispute. At the moment, not only the public, the public of argued, have shown an opinion polls that they say the most stringent measures Against the pandemic, but also the government's own. Experts seem to be saying that this won't be enough to bring it under control in a month she get it only has been a top government advisor on the virus started the pandemic instead of month wouldn't be long enough with just these measures. And that it might have to be extended until March or April On Gonad other expert hero, she Nishiura also said that more drastic steps would be needed. If you want to cut cases significantly at the same time, the government is really anxious to avoid. Kind of economic situation with summer last year when the emergency triggered the worst economic downturn on record.
"sudha" Discussed on WGN Radio
"They found a way into the playoffs for the second time in three seasons. You go through that stretcher, we went through. It's not easy, but we stuck together Mad Maggie this morning Bears taking on the second seeded Saints on Sunday. 3 40 kickoff in New Orleans star running back Calvin Ca Mera testing positive for covert 19 on Thursday. There's a chance he won't be able to play. Jonathan Taste is out indefinitely with an unspecified illness. Kirby Doc might miss the entire season. Defenseman Brooke Brent Seabrook and forward prospect PS Sue US Sudha were absent in the Blackhawks first on ice practice of training camp today, both listed as unfit to participate. One guy's sticking around is Dylan strongly forward thinking a two year extension with the team, The 23 year old says. See no Summer County, the Blackhawks out after three mostly disappointing seasons. And with injuries piling up something that I will see everyone reads and everyone's been saying so you can look at the rankings or whatever, and it's just something that we got. We got to embrace and a lot of people are doubting us. It's gonna be a fun process, the see where we're at, and hopefully we can show him where we're still good hockey team and a lot of people got a lot of stuff to prove. So it's gonna be an interesting year but is gonna be funny. Blackhawks begin a week from Wednesday against the Lightning College Hoops tonight. Indiana hosting Maryland Women's basketball number 20 DePaul Beating Villanova today 94 82 Improved a six and three and three and one of the Big East and the NC double announcing that March madness when we played entirely in Indiana, and ah, few different sites, mostly around in Indianapolis, there are talks. The women's tournament will be centrally located in San Antonio. But nothing official yet I'm Kevin Powell, WGN sports and.
New Jersey 101.5
"sudha" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"So make sure you drive carefully tonight. Lows will drop down around 38 degrees. It's Mara. The Raina land will be clear skies and a high of $55. You got to let me know. Should I stay or should I go? If you say that you are my I'll be here till the end of time. So you've got to let me know. Should I stay or should I go? It's always taste tasty. Well happy when I'm on my knees. Under is fine. The next is black. So you want me off your back? Come on and let me know. Shoot. I still shoot Aiko. Sudha stale Should I come? Stale shit. I don't Sure. Say it will be double Okay? Sitting decisions, but me. Session unless you don't want me set me free, exactly whom I'm supposed to be. Don't know which clothes that fit me. Come on living a little shit out, though. Good. You do that? They'll shoot out the Oh, Should I stay? Should I go talk over there will be trouble. Stay will be done. So you gotta let me know. Should I cool? It'll shoot out. Go. Should stay. Should I go? Oh, yeah, I will. Staying will be double. So you gotta let me know. Should I stay or should I go rockin New Jersey's weekends? We know you're gonna have a rocking good time. New Jersey one a 1.5. Same again..
Parenting: Difficult Conversations
A Simple Equation to Help Kids Love Math
"We're going to the equivalent of flipping to the back of the book to look right at the answers because we know back by listening to this math, you had to overcome some anxieties I bet of your. Yes. So let's get right to our takeaways and number one. Don't let your math anxiety hold your kids back. Nothing's -iety. As you mentioned is a real phenomenon all over the world and it's pretty clearly related to how we teach math in school things like timed practice and memorization and high stakes testing and oh my gosh, I'm getting. Hot Flashes and sweaty palms, just thinking about tests. Can here's the really upsetting thing that math anxiety it's not equal opportunity. That's right. It's tied to stereotypes race, and especially gender research shows that mothers and Preschool teachers who are overwhelmingly women they can pass that feeling onto their kids especially to their girls but there is some good news children are not born with math anxiety. All right. It's passed onto them. So I think that's why we have to check out selves in when we're talking about math this. was kind of a surprise for me because I thought that you know if my kid had a problem with math I could bond with him by saying, Hey, you know it was tough for me too but actually rose Marie says saying, I. Don't like Math I can't do math that will get conveyed to your children and the solution. Instead we need to reframe math yet rosemary says think about the fun activities that can back up and reinforce what they're learning. In school math is very much an integral part of your life do you love music i? Do I love to sing. All right. If you love music, then you love math do like to cook and Bake I love to cook and be okay. Then you love math because she can't do music and you can't cook and bake without math so I can't cook or bake really and I definitely cannot sing but I love baseball for example, and my boys. And I we talk about baseball statistics all the time. So what's important Rosemary says is recognizing math as part of many things that we like doing together exactly and so to see more about how adults can we've math into our everyday moments of life even with really little kids you and I and our producer Laurent Mickey visited Really Special Preschool new first reported this episode. This is back in two thousand and nineteen when we could freely move throughout the world. Watch US light today. This is the center for Early Childhood Education. It's our research preschool at Eastern Connecticut State University. The lobby has this giant, super, realistic oaktree yet which I climbed inside. Very cool. We should also say about a third of the kids at this school speak Spanish at home. That's right and at the preschool, we sat down with one of the lead researchers. Suda. Swami not done and she helped us understand a lot more about how to grow children who love math the minute we say math with think of the big picture you know Bagel theorems beore geometry concepts instead swimming not says thinks small she's a professor in Early Childhood Education at Eastern Connecticut State and her special focus is on early math learning and Sudha And her colleagues have done lots of research to see what kinds of childhood experiences lead to better performance in math later on and one of their answers makes up our second takeaway take number to talk about math take this really ordinary moment you asked them to put their books away and and say, doesn't fit the shelf. So why disadvantage fit? Maybe it's the book is too tall too big Suda says you're actually talking about math process it's problem solving. Yeah, and we heard lots of this by the way math talk at the preschool. As the duck fit in there too. He did fit when he was standing up. So you decided to lay down does he fit now? That's Amy Lopez the lead teacher for the toddler. It's a sunny room with a cozy reading corner. There's a play kitchen and blocks, and you're the center of the room. There's this table and amy sitting with the children they're building together with magnetized calls, which are these colorful plastic blocks with different shapes that stick together and the little plastic farm animals, and one of the kids is kind of putting together a house. You're using triangles and squares unique. Naming the shapes in both English and in Spanish. When we played this tape for Rosemary she said what I heard. There is the teacher using descriptive math language and that is so key for children to understand math concepts. You can't understand the concepts without the language. Yeah, and aim is not building the box for the kids cheese actually making observations kind of narrating their thoughts in real time the more blocks you on the longer dad's Cohen I notice that when you added more your line got longer and longer when she said Moore blocks to make it longer. Longer is a complex word for children and they need to hear that language and they need to hear that language in a very concrete way. She wasn't even afraid to use really technical words like when this little boy was trying to make a little corral standup. Now you can put them all around the perimeter all around the edge Caribbean or.
Atlanta's Morning News
State trooper released from hospital after fiery crash in Atlanta
"Involving involving a a Georgia Georgia State State patrol patrol car car Tuesday Tuesday in in northwest northwest Atlanta. Atlanta. The The trooper trooper injured injured in that wreck is out of the hospital. We're covering at home. He needed his head stitched up the patrol says. Sergeant Jerome Hilly, pursued a motorcycle racing over 100 MPH both crashed in Bolton Road. You're 2 85. Authorities ID'd the biker who is not yet in custody in county Commissioner Sudha
10% Happier with Dan Harris
Evelyn Tribole on Meditation and Mindfulness
"Here we go Evelyn AAA great to meet you like likewise? I'm so excited to be here. Thanks for making time for this. Yeah absolutely so. How did you get into meditation? It's so bizarre. It was a securities route. The long short story is when my mom was dying of cancer I keep missing sessions with patients and I would tell them why I didn't think flaky and so patient might give me a book called Mindful Grieving and I remember looking at it. They can wind the hell. Do I wanNA feel migrelief. I am a ten of sadness and it broke me open because I noticed during those times I practice some mindfulness as I knew it back then I was just a little baby meditators but I noticed there was times as neutral. There was time to actually was happy even though my mom was dying and so it opens something up and then end up taking a this is this is really funny. I took professional retreat with someone. WHO's a zen zen master and a pediatrician s for health professionals? And I'll never forget the second time. They made us meditate. I thought I was GONNA die. I call my best friend. They must meditate two times. We're going to go into silence and long story short here I am. I fell in love with meditation. I now train with Dan Brown. Who's just an amazing teacher for me? I don't I've never met Dan Brown. He's at Harvard at Harvard and the thing that appeals to me. Personally I'm a skeptic. That's what I loved about your story. I'm a skeptic. I'm always the one asking the questions and because he's also an academic academic and a practitioner. He is very satisfying relationship. With my mind you know. And he's he's just really really gifted and and one of the most persons since I've ever met especially being at Harvard you know. So how how did you find him. Oh I got. His Book Is Really Really Big Book about the stages of Meditation Mahmoud Mahamoud pointing out the way and I bought it put it down five years later I picked it up and it blew me away and I had the I realized I had the illusion of meditating but it was not meditating properly and I thought I've got to go meet this guy. I've got to go train with him and I did. And that's what just knocked me over so you say you weren't meditating properly. But he pointed out the way they to do it properly. What with what were the difference? What was the difference? There in the technique between the biggest technique is meditation. Your mind goes all all over the place and one of the techniques has. I won't go into detail since I'm not a teacher. But he really has you practice the awareness of your breath the entire way and really noticing saying when you leave noticing when you have partial concentration in these types of things and so the other thing. I like about him as a teacher when you go into retreat with him. He's there the whole time usually other retreats. I've been and you have a teacher from me about an hour and then but there's constant interaction which for me is I connected with very deeply so you when you say you went and met met him did you just say hey. Can I get a little bit of your time. You show up. No no no. I showed up to win. It was retreats. I signed up and it was so funny was held at a monastery. It was like. Oh my God I'm going in deep here and it was great it was really really great and I have become now. You're talking about being ten percent happier. I think I'm a I'm a ten percent better person which makes people around me. Happy the complex before. I didn't think I was reactive. And I realize holy Moly so reactive but this thing that has changed with me telling this with Dan Dan. We just met a couple of months ago is that I have changed. I actually sickness sound terrible before I would do the right thing because you're supposed to but now I actually genuinely care there it. It's hard to put into words what this is but this connection and this compassion and you talk a lot about the Wu stuff the most you stuff and I'm like that and now here here I am talking about stuff and it's like Oh we have to end all suffering and so what this has done in my career. Oh Yeah I'm not. I'm not a person but but it has lit my my my passion for what I do to a level. I didn't expect what happened to put an end to unnecessary suffering as relates to mind and body. Because there's so much unnecessary suffering around eating and body judgment and shame and you talk about conceptual mind. Oh my gosh. The rules and the concepts in the judgements. That are out there. Uh and it's neat to watch people's lives change you know. It's there's a technique that we created through intuitive eating over twenty five years ago we've updated all along and and the cool thing is there's now research on our method and it just it just warms my heart and ways. I just can't begin to describe. We're GONNA go deep on Diet. Culture et Cetera villages logistic with your practice for a second. Would you call yourself now a Buddhist. I am a Buddhist. I did take refuge. Yeah but you know it's funny. I don't talk about on taking refuge for you. You take a vow that basically you take refuge in your just refuge in the Buddha the Dharma and the song and the Song I yeah and you know one of the most troubling parts of it this is going to sound really silly but I'll just show you where I was back at. The time is that they have to have to cut off some of your hair. And I've heard you talk about your own hair. So the idea of losing your hair for a ceremony was JUSTA Sudha. It's about letting go not having attachment but the reason I don't usually talk about it is I don't like to be in that place being different. I'd rather find what we have in common because as soon as as soon as I say. I'm Buddhist then. Walls might come up from some other people you know but the I consider myself a secular Buddhist meeting. I don't know what happens in the life after but I love the principals and the philosophies. It's a beautiful way to live without without judgment it without having to recruit other people. Yes Oh yes. That's exactly the way I feel. Oh Yeah Yeah. So what flavor of Buddhism did you join for. Well it's kind of interesting. I didn't tell you about the but the detour I took with the Shamala and I learned a lot of Buddhism and did a lot OUGHTA training with them. I was on a path to become a teacher. I do what I call baby teaching where I could teach meditation on an individual level or or lead meditation in a group setting health. You Russian ballet is a Buddhist lineage. I guess to founded by a controversial Tibetan a teacher by the name of choke him trunk Rinpoche Iraq mouthful he was born into bed had a very traumatic exit from there when the Chinese invaded did and then ultimately made his way to the West where he dropped a robe started wearing a suit and tie also became an alcoholic. I guess embodied drank himself up to death ultimately embodied or what he called crazy wisdom so he was controversial for all of the forementioned reasons and yet many of his students. It really are quite loyal to this day. And so sh- umbrella is the system. He left behind Dave centers all over the place and it was taken over by his son. The Sok Yong's doc young napalm. Yeah who's been on this show. Oh really guess Before he got into trouble and was trumped out in me you too. I don't know the exact nature of the allegations but it was. It was disturbing to read all the reports and that's ultimately why left. Actually I was still. I was starting to already trained with Dan. I knew it's going to be leaving you symbolic but when that happened. It's like I'm out. I can't support a system in which has been so much abuse of power at such at so many different levels but I will say hey the weird thing is and the part. I'm grateful for the teachings that I learned really helped me. It helped me helped me open my mind to to where I am right now but the way I look at it is is what I refer a patient there. My answers absolutely not. You need to go into a place of safety when there's been places of abuse. People that often enter meditation coming in a really vulnerable spot. You know and I know this is not unique to other organizations. But it's just it's really disturbing to see so yeah so I'm no longer with the group I mean I don't know you very well in one or two times. We met and I definitely didn't know his dad but I've I know a lot of people who were close to him and it's a puzzle because he he was by by many sort of I. I don't know if I call them objective measures but if you look at his writing look at take his teachings. He clearly had wisdom and yet in his behavior. There's a documentary about him. Called crazy wisdom. I think you could see it on Youtube. He was sleeping with his followers and obviously drunk a lot. And so it's it's it's a puzzle for you know I. I don't know much about him so I don't WanNa say talk as if I've got some sort of encyclopedic understanding but it's not surprising for for me to hear you were discomfited by the culture and yet you learned a lot. Yeah and he was really interesting because when I started to go down the training path ask that to me is an obligation. I did due diligence and I was not. I was not comfortable with the history of the founder but I was comfortable with their all their policies of Karen Conduct. It's like okay. It was in the sixties. I don't get it I don't I agree with it but no one's trying to absolve him but when this new set of things happened that was that was it for me. It reminded me of what you see and in family systems of toxicity that that that go down from generation to generation ration- It needs to heal. And anyway that's a whole other story so yeah so I'm grateful from what I learned. That's that's the good news on. That didn't turn my my mind and get got me ready for reading a book when I first bought it I couldn't even understand it. I just put it side and I was getting ready to lead a meditation. We do this thing called contemplation after doing two rounds of meditation meditation. You now take the awareness of your mind and you put it on a phrase and as a leader you get to pick what that is and I was looking for new material and go. I'm GONNA look at Dan's book again and that's when I found the stuff and I couldn't put it down and that's what that's what my change. What what flavor of Buddhism is Dan? Well you know he he's in the lineage of Remai- which it's been around for two hundred years and that's where they take what they consider a best practices and all the different traditions and teach based on that way so whoever they does the best concentration technique that's who they're used and so it's it's kind of cool. Yeah so it's like the Zoroastrians are coming to mind. I don't I've never heard of him. I believe leave. There is a religion a Persian religion. That was a combo sort of a cafeteria style. Combination of all of the pre existing Abraham. Oh okay towns like this is the. Dan is doing the Buddhist version of