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Ekblad, Yandle lift Panthers over struggling Stars 3-1

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Ekblad, Yandle lift Panthers over struggling Stars 3-1

"Five hundred lit candles glowed on the steps of the south portico as president biting his wife the vice president and her husband about their heads in silence just after the president noted the half million deaths topped the numbers killed in World War two Korea and Vietnam truly grim breaking milestone five hundred thousand seventy one did he says these are it numbers they are sons daughters spouses and loved ones we have to resist becoming known to the sorrow and the best way to honor them is continue fighting the pandemic with social distancing and masks we must end the politics misinformation disinvited families American flags will be lowered at federal buildings from the president vowed to this nation will know sunny day secure Jackie Quinn Washington

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What is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier all about?

The How in the World Podcast

05:32 min | 8 months ago

What is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier all about?

"You're listening to the how in the world podcast we unravel some of the planet's most perplexing questions about ten minutes. Nope we're not scientists or scholars. We're just normal. People like to figure things out. Sometimes inspiring sometimes informative. Our topics are always fascinating hosted by me mark johnson and my lovely wife me holly johnson. We do the research. So you don't have to veterans day. Twenty twenty was last week and we were watching the ceremony on tv where. The president laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier. And i had so many so boom. That's how ideas for episodes are born in fact we've had a bunch of ideas recently. I'm not sure what that means. Maybe we've been watching too much. Tv or something. Well have been a lot of events and things going on and questions. Raise like veterans day and christmas. Coming in the spacex mission to the international space station and like our seventh grader pete. Yeah he's just a few good questions lately. And i've got all them in my notes so we'll get to them but before we get to today's episode. I have to mention my favorite veteran dad. Although he passed away ten years ago. I think of every day. He was my hero the very best dad ever in the world. No offence sweetie men take. He was a great guy he was. He had a really interesting time. While in the army. Interesting about the only word. I could come up with their first as a model for army promotional posters literally a poster boy then as a member of general macarthur's honor guard where he hung out with the general and his wife watching movies every friday night. That was a very cush job. But then crap got real when he became a forward observer in the korean war. That's the guy who's part of a team of three who go ahead of the rest of the group in radio back until then where the enemy lines are and stuff. It's a very dangerous job. Maybe the most dangerous in the military at that time yes indeed but he came home then and he met my mom and they had me. Yea so thanks for indulging me a moment to recognize him. Okay let's get to it. I the basics. The tomb of the unknown soldier is in arlington national cemetery and strangely enough. I've never been there. I know the air and space museum. So well i could give tours. But we never went to arlington national. I'm i'm ashamed really. You're mad my school for never taking us there. I don't know but we we've got to do this on our own. We definitely will. The tomb actually contains and unknown soldier from world war. One who was buried ride underneath a memorial which is made of marble like everything in dc tomorrow and the city. It has six wreaths carved into the sides three on the opposite two sides that represent the six major campaigns of world war one on the third side. There are three. Greek figures carved these figures represent peace victory in valor and on the fourth side contains the inscription here rests in honored glory in american soldier known but to god. That's just beautiful. The memorial also referred to as tomb of the unknowns actually has no official name president. Warren g harding officiated the ceremony. That laid this first soldier to rest on veterans day november eleventh nineteen twenty one the tomb of the unknowns generally refers to four tombs world war one world war two korea and vietnam. Three other soldiers were interred in tombs. Right beside the memorial. Those unknown soldiers represent world war two korea and vietnam although the soldier representing the vietnam war was removed once. Dna analysis identified him and he was returned to his family in nineteen ninety eight. He'd only been there like four years or something. The vietnam tomb now intentionally remains empty and is a monument. Honoring all of america's missing servicemen and. Women that's awesome. Yeah one of the questions. I've always had about the tomb of the unknowns. Is how they got the soldier so there's not just one unknown soldier in a war right. I mean. aren't there many. They're just one. And how did they choose this one who would be buried there and where are the rest so tell us about that. Honey yes. That's a great question that i've had to which means probably a lot of you have wondered about it as well for the first memorial. The the world war one memorial they uninsured four soldiers that had been buried in france. They put each in an identical casket and then a decorated wounded. Combat soldier made the choice from these four identical caskets at a city hall in france. He chose the third from the left. And signified is choice by laying white roses on top of that casket. That's the soldier who is in the tomb in dc. The other three were reinterred in france. That's the process that's been used to select the unknown for each tomb and yes there are plenty of unknowns. Buried all over the world.

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Guidelines for the Leader and Commander

Jocko Podcast

06:21 min | 10 months ago

Guidelines for the Leader and Commander

"Is Jaakko podcast number two, fifty two. With Dave Burke and me Jaakko willink good evening. Dave. Good Evening Echo Charles is taking care of some other business. On the last podcast. Number two, fifty, one with Leif and we started getting into the book guidelines for the leader and Commander by General Bruce Clark but we only made it thirteen pages in two and a half hours, and it's one hundred, seventeen page book. To, recap a little bit, this is a book that I searched for for over a decade I originally heard about this book in my favorite book, which is called about face by colonel. David Hackworth. Finally, found a copy a month and a half ago. and. So here we are just a little background once again on General Bruce. Kark. World War One. World War Two Korea enlisted in one thousand, nine hundred and up going to west point colonel in World War Two. Then a general commanded the Fourth Armored Division in Patents Third Army. Battle the Bulge Distinguished Service Cross three silver stars forty five years. Of Service? And then spend a bunch of time not only leading troops but also training troops or overseeing training commands so. Awesome Career Hackworth talked about him glowingly in the book about face and That's where that's where the star took me a long time to find this book. Who did somebody texted me about it. And said, it was the white whale. that. It was definitely hard for me find this book, but we have it and that's it. That's what we're GonNa do where do you go back into this book? So here we go back into guidelines for the leader and commander by Bruce General Bruce C Clarke. This section starts off with administration some thoughts for the commander. And he says inflammation, I would like to point out the close. Interrelationship between training programs. And Sound. Overall management. So this is something you know when you're that young gung-ho leader. That just thinks, hey, where you're operate whatever that operation is whether it's shooting machine guns or whether that's out selling things or making things and you think, Hey, I'm I'm on the front lines I'm going to make things happen and you think all the administrative stuff you shouldn't have to worry about. That's not me. And I know many individuals that are like that I know one individual in particular like that whose name is Jaakko. 'cause I was definitely like that. Many commanders. I should say I. was like that when I was younger because I absolutely I realize this and you can hear. We'll talk about the paperwork drills that we had to do and how. Life. Came to me. We shouldn't have to do this stuff and I said Oh we're going to do it and we do a better than anybody else. So I figured this out but it is it is definitely a learning moment that people have and so why not learn it right now many commanders are defeated by poor administration. Imagine that just that statement many commanders are defeated by poor administration not defeated because they were tactically unsound not defeated because they made bad decisions not defeated because they couldn't come up with a good plan they fail because their administrative losers. Without. Sound Administration at Commander CanNot Succeed in his training and maintenance programs. Good. Administration is nothing more than applied common sense. I'm including here a number of items that may well be considered a checklist of indicators of sound. Administration. Number. One. Importance of time. The principal coordinating device in the army is time. Learn the proper time space factors. So you can be on time and make reasonable demands of your subordinates. So. So that's number one by the way, which is probably why you hear a lot of talk about time management. Just think about the idea that the first thing he's GonNa say is time this is someone who clearly understands that have all the resources in the world that we have. That's the one that matters the most because we just can't produce more of. I was GONNA say it's the it's the one that matters the most and it's the absolute one that we have the least control much control. You have time you zero you cannot stop it. You cannot bring it back. You gotta say the power curve. I hate that fewing. I hate that feeling and let me tell you what. I realized this a while back. So when you go to the airport if you show up at the airport late. In now look TSA doesn't care that you're late the baggage handler doesn't care that you're late the uber driver does not care what time your planes leaving they're they're doing what they're doing, and so what that does is it takes you have no control. Over that time once it started to commence, what do you have control over going to the airport a little bit earlier? That's all. That's all not that big of a deal. Go to the airport a little earlier, and you won't have to worry about TSA. You won't have to worry about baggage you won't have to worry about. How long it takes for the Uber driver or the left let's give proper. Credit or lift driver to show up and bring you to the airport. Not so so how'd you get control? You can't control time once it's unfolding you can't bring it back you have to you have to plan for appropriately. And there's a there's a sense of urgency and I have a pretty good sense of urgency and you you may have may or may not I know like at the monster especially the earlier musters when we weren't. When the backside wasn't quite the well oiled machine that it is now certainly as a well oiled machine now the early musters do. Not a Well oiled machine. So on the on the front side, people would know that when Leith and I were walking out on stage at eight o'clock in the morning, we had two hours sleep because we had to do whatever we had to do behind the scenes and that's just the way it was. I can feel I can feel. When the shortage of time in fact, I think I feel the shortage of time every single day single waking minute.

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Tensions rise after North Korea blows up liaison office

The Frame

03:32 min | 1 year ago

Tensions rise after North Korea blows up liaison office

"Seems like we have to talk about North Korea again the grand opening of the inter Korean liaison office two years ago was a big deal both symbolic and literally it was meant to reflect improving relationships between north and South Korea heavily covered North Korea blew it up laurel why so this incident is highly symbolic the office was meant to facilitate dialogue between the two Koreas and paid for by the south and sitting on the north soil so North Korea framed the decision to destroy the office as retaliation after a group of defectors use balloons to send anti north Korean propaganda leaflets north of the DMZ but this is really just the latest escalation in in this in these tensions after North Korea last week also announced it would cut off all communications with the south as well in response to the leaflets on it in addition the north also said it would re militarize portions of the border that had been peaceful in recent years so this is really a bad sign that Ted that relations between the north and south are in a very bad place right now and this is particularly disappointing for for Korea watchers after after president trump and south Korean president moon actually had made some progress in negotiations with the north over the last few years at least in appearance anyway even though the Singapore summit in twenty eighteen the agreement was mostly symbolic it it's still sort of paved the way for these this dialogue to continue but unfortunately that that's really gone downhill since then and at the same time there are recent reports that are popping up that are saying North Korea has been ramping up its nuclear weapons arsenal John and last year last year it broke an eighteen month hiatus and and weapons tests conducted in eighteen I think tested mostly short range ballistic missiles since then so is Shawn and Kim yo Jong north Korean leader Kim jong-un's sister has taken responsibility for this attack for blowing up the liaison what do we know about her why would she do this she's a sister on on for quite some time she's been on the sidelines Korea watchers would sort of parse state photos and see where she's standing in and for a long time she was this figure shrouded in mystery now she's come to the fore and she's limited she's been quite quite a dramatic presence in all this she seemed to be a bit more ruthless than her brother and and and there's a great deal of speculation about the kind of role she's currently playing within the regime in Pyongyang and and how much influence she has how much growing influence she has I think her coming to the fore is is important the the the move to blow up this office in Quezon is as low as saying huge blow to political blow to moon jae in the south Korean president who's really yoked his legitimacy and his political aspirations on a real fall with north with the north and that that seems to be in in a tough place right now and of course it is our hope that this explosion also kind of very symbolically blows up what what already faded aspirations the trump administration had that its efforts including these incredibly publicized photo ops with between trump and Kim Jong moon it really blows up the city really underscores the hollowness of the trump plan to get North Korea to do to denuclearize

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Why has North Korea stopped talking to South Korea?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:44 min | 1 year ago

Why has North Korea stopped talking to South Korea?

"We should probably acknowledge upfront. The North Korea throwing a massive tantrum about something or other is as shocking headlines. Go up there with Sun rises. The Democratic People's Republic is indeed readily imagine as a vast fortified Kat. It's missile launchers as angrily flung toys, its occupant, a child who's upbringing was rarely punctuated by the. None. So this week's announcement that north. Korea has abruptly severed all communications with South Korea may seem like no big deal. It may even be no big deal, and yes, these caveats are being inserted up the top, just in case North Korea just as abruptly decided to end it sulk while this explaining is still current. At issue? This time is the pretty long standing practice of defectors who have fled North Korea for. South Korea and activists sympathetic to them of drifting balloons across the inaccurately named demilitarized zone which separates the two countries. The balloons generally carry anti-regime messages, but also also born chocolate bars, US dollar notes and advertisements for the joys and benefits of treacherous, warm, mugging capitalist revisionism. She never. We have made a miniature version of the New Testament and we are sending these over by using balloons. Last year, we sent about sixty thousand copies disabled. We're going to send about seventy thousand copies. To. Don Those pudding recently that. To. In fairness to North Korea, which is not a phrase. One authors often. North Korea does have a case. If your neighbor continually floated blimps over your share fence, which scattered pamphlets declaring that you'll loan was tatty in your bird box was ugly. You'd likely scratch them off your Christmas card list as well. There's also the fact that until as recently as two thousand eighteen. South Korea operated immense banks of loudspeakers along the border which broadcast among other things deafening decibels of K pop into North Korea. In this specific context, the keeping of Kim Jong Hoon thumb off. The Big Red Button appears an active superhuman restraint. That aside, however North Korea has never been famous for its sense of proportion in much the same way that South Korea has never been famous for its non annoying pop music and Pyongyang's response to the balloon issue has been characteristically vituperative. Roden Sinmun the official newspaper of the Central Committee of the workers. Party of Korea and a journal which can be safely seemed to be accurately. Reflecting Pyongyang's thinking has called the balloon senders disgusting riffraff rubbish like Mongrel dogs and human scum has said that the tolerance of their behavior by South Korean authorities has aroused out dismay that one may have lost a few degrees of each and translation and menaced vote. showed them how much price they out to be forced to pay for hurting the holiest. And emotions of our people. There's yards more of this sort of stuff if you're a bit start for distraction. The practical implications of North Korea's latest strop as follows the twice daily calls to the Cross Board Liaison Office in the border city of case Song will cease. No more balling sniffling puppet of American imperial thuggery. How's IT hanging? The channels which allowed the military's of the two Koreas to communicate with each other will also be closed. These strategic upshot of all this from north. Korea's perspective is a little hard to glean. The balloon offensive is not new indeed has been going on for a while. North Korea is clearly choosing to make a thing of it, and as invariably the case with people prone to making a thing of things. If it wasn't this, it'd be something else. In this instance, the significant aspects may not be so much the what as the WHO, or whom whichever is correct, one of the signatures on the new no speaks policy. Was that of Kim Yo Jong increasingly prominent sister of Kim Jong UN, long thought of as a sort of executive assistant to her brother. These last few months have seen Commute Jong increasingly framed as a policymaker, and perhaps given the recurrent speculation about Kim Jong UN's health, they future leader North Korea may be trying to get North Koreans and the rest of the world used to her. And all this could be a pretty standard north. Korean play create. Crisis Demaim concession declare victory, and it's a standard play because it works in diplomacy is in life, the reasonable often defer to the unreasonable as long as it will persuade them to shut up. South Korea has already and with an

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North and South Korean troops exchange fire along border

Bob Zadek

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

North and South Korean troops exchange fire along border

"Tensions are flaring again between the two Koreas south Korea's military says both north and south Korean forces exchanged fire along their tense border on Sunday South Korea blames north Korean forces for targeting a guard post Seoul's joint chiefs of staff says northern troops fired several bullets at the south Korean guard post inside the heavily fortified border also called the DMZ South Korea says it fired two rounds in response after issuing a warning

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Crossing Borders: North Korean Food

Monocle 24: The Menu

06:16 min | 1 year ago

Crossing Borders: North Korean Food

"North Korea must be better known for its brutal regime than its feasts. Birth South Korea becoming more familiar with cuisine from northern neighbour. Thanks to escapees who brought their recipes with them across the border and that has inspired at least two one shift from Seoul to breach the peninsula's culinary divide more Nichols Jason Star the reports. The Restaurant Jinshan is located down a short flight of steps in what is known as a half basement. It's the kind of partially subterranean layer. That's meant to be a bomb shelter in case North Korea attacks. So maybe it's fitting that cuisine from above the border is what's on the menu here. Chinchillas head chef legion. Ho is prepping with his three sous chefs ahead of the dinner hours. I ask him what he's chopping up on the cutting board this spring onion. What kind of dishes would you use this in here at the restaurant reuse this spring on your for the Congress for one meal which is which is a signature dish? Which is come from This korea bottles of North Korean. Soy Sauce and Ginseng. Alcohol are on display in the restaurant and on a small table are four. North Korean cookbooks. That Lee somehow got his hands on south. Koreans aren't allowed to travel to the north. And there's no trade between the two Koreas. Lee gives me a tour of the kitchen hostage and we do like in monkeys Dumplings Mondays. Dumpling and also we do like sausage which is so we make Sunday in here. And we sting leap. Who's thirty-seven trained in New Zealand to cook Italian French and Spanish cuisine? He only learned to make South Korean dishes about a decade ago and has since published a cookbook solely says when Chin Chin's owner approached him about creating an entirely North Korean menu. He was ready for the challenge but there was just one problem. Oh actually I had no idea what it's like because I never tried in my life. I don't even know what it is and I never soon someplace who sells North Korean food. Every South Korean is familiar with at least one North Korean Dish Nang me on noodle served in an icy broths. But that's been around for decades. Lee wanted to offer more contemporary North Korean Fair. So he went looking for help. From North Korean refugees. There are about thirty three thousand. Who have defected to the south most within the past decade We budget most Korean lady a Refugee Yup. And she's sure how to do it when you started learning about North Korean cuisine. What surprised you about it. I actually surprised because insults growing food. We don't really make spring onion oil. Which is a day. Saute the Spring on an oil or really low hit to make it like oil flavor a spring spring onion flavor oil in South Korean food. We we would never do it in that way. And in South Korea they use a lot of chilis in every dishes is very spicy in South Korea. You can easily find food which is red. But it's quite hard to find red food in. North Korea and South Korean food is also a little bit sweeter than most great food because in North Korea. They are really hard to find sugar. His shoe is really expensive in those some of the items on. The menu are quintessential North Korean market meals. Like in Jogi which means artificial meet its ground soybeans and rice stuffed into Tofu skin. And there's a noodle dish called Noma Gook Soo that I as well as Lee had never seen in South Korea is that you cannot find. I never seen it. I never heard before and it's really hard to make that compete to Pasta Pasta flour. Egg Yolk This this noodle has potato such an flour and buckwheat and some soult like leaving associates will really make hot to make into fit texture. Lee explains that in globalized South Korea North Korean cuisine somehow seems more authentic and he thinks that's why his customers want to try it so those Korean is changing moody. I about food coach these days a lot of young people. They don't it much Korean food so they they like to eat like hamburgers places. Mexican food is big here and we love Chicken Fried Chicken. I think we love fried chicken more than anyone in the earth. Lease Korean customers aren't all from the southern half of the peninsula. He tells me that some North Korean defectors have dropped by to what North Korean customers. Tell you about the food here. Oh really liked it. They will really pull in those career so day and they will try it in your life. Artificial meat out of your. It's kind of ironic. That North Korean has to come all the way to South Korea to try food from their hometown. This one can't survive on artificial meat alone to help wash that down. Chin-chin has a very well-stocked Fridge. You have quite a beer refrigerator. Here with some selections from all around Asia so we have improved along McHugh. The Tae Dong River Veer puts this is not for sale. Just North Korean. Beer tastes good. No try the deployment life so so really just for show got just supposed to Lee says trying. North Korean beer is at the top of his list. If someday South Koreans are allowed to travel above the

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The military's famous Santa Tracker began with a wrong number

Retropod

05:21 min | 1 year ago

The military's famous Santa Tracker began with a wrong number

"One December your day in one thousand nine hundred fifty five. Colonel Harry Shop. A highly decorated air force commander was sitting at his desk in Colorado. When the phone rang this was not just any old phone call either? which shop quickly realized how because shop had two luke phones on his desk one black one red? The Red One was ringing at the height of the Cold War. If you are colonel shop a commander in the early iteration of NORAD. America's defensive warning shield against the tax. You don't want want the red phone to rig. It was wired directly to a four star general at the Pentagon in when it rang. Things got got real very real. Except this time Karl Barth into the phone but there was silence on the other end until finally a small voice said is this clause shall by all accounts. I was briefly confused in then fully annoyed. Is this a joke. He said wearing around at the wide eyed staff or any sign of a smile he let the caller having what did you think you're doing cetera. Et CETERA. He began but then the a techno military might of the United States was brought up short. By the sound of sniffles. Whoever was on the phone was crying and shop suddenly realized it really was a child who really was trying to reach cynical? The Colonel Pause considered and then responded. Ho Ho Ho. He said as his crew looked on astonished. Of course this is Santa Claus. He talked talk to the youngster for several minutes. Hearing his wishes for toys and treats assuring him he would be there on Christmas. Then the boy ask Santa to bring him something Nice for his mommy I will I will Santa Shop said in fact close to your mommy now. The boy put his mother on the phone and shop. Went Back to business crisply explaining to the woman. Just what facility. There call had reached but she also had an explanation. The woman asked shop to look at that day's local newspaper specifically at a seers at emblazoned with the big picture of Santa that inviting kids to call me on my private phone and I will talk to you personally anytime day or night. The number provided m. e. two dash six six eight one went went right to one of the most secure phones in the country. It was a Typo one. Digit was wrong. When Xiaopeng up the phone rang again he ordered his staff to answer each Santa Call while he got on the phone? The black one this time with eighteen not to set up a new link to Washington. That might have been the end of it but a few nights later shop as was his tradition took his family to have Christmas Eve. Dinner with his on-duty troops when they walked into the control center. He spotted acute drawing on a board showing a sleigh pulled by eight unregistered reindeer. Coming over the top of the world the exchange range that followed became stuff of both family and air force alleged. What's that the commanding officer asked? Just having a little fun colonel. They answered waiting for the blow up. Shop pondered the offense. The team waited then. He ordered someone to get the community community. Relations officer and soon shop was on the phone to a local radio station. Conrad as the early iteration of NORAD was called hauled seemed to have picked up on an unidentified but distinctly sleigh shaped object. The radio station aided up and an enduring tradition was born. This Christmas Eve will mark the sixty third straight year. THAT NORAD will publicly track. Santa's sleigh on its global grounds. Millions of kids around the world can watch online or even they're smart speaker about Santa's whereabouts else as for shop. He went on to even higher ranks in the Air Force. Retiring as a wing. Commander he died ED in two thousand nine at age ninety one he was buried with flyover. F Sixteen fighters under a gravestone. Connotes his service in World War Two Korea in Vietnam. The last line reads Santa Colonel.

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North Korea rejects meeting with South over resort

AP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

North Korea rejects meeting with South over resort

"I joined tourist project between north and south Korea's been put on hold but South Korea so the fast for a face to face meeting about the future of north Korea's scenic mountain north Korean leader Kim Jong hoon ordered the destruction of south Korean bill facilities at the diamond mountain resort saying they look shabby and unpleasant looking North Korea later proposed an exchange of documents to work out details related to the facilities possible destruction Seoul's unification ministry says south Korea's now sent a message proposing officials from the two Koreas meet to discuss issues of the tourism project

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In New Talks, U.S. May Settle for a Nuclear Freeze by North Korea

PBS NewsHour

01:59 min | 2 years ago

In New Talks, U.S. May Settle for a Nuclear Freeze by North Korea

"From fire in fury to our historic first step president trump became the first sitting American commander in chief to set foot in North Korea talk of war from two years ago now long replaced by smiles as Mr trump and Kim Jong un shook hands Sunday the then met for nearly an hour in the heavily fortified demilitarized zone that is separated the two Koreas for sixty six years today north Korean state media hailed the impromptu summit for me it's the top leaders of North Korea and the United States agreed to keep in close touch in the future and resume and push forward productive dialogue for achieving a new breakthrough in the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and in bilateral relations before embarking for the DMZ Sunday Mr trump took credit for the hastily organize visit it was the third time the leaders and met face to face president Obama wanted to meet a German can with that made him the Obama administration was begging for a meeting they were begging for meetings constantly and German came would not meet with him and for some reason we have a certain chemistry or whatever former aides to Mr Obama shot back in unison that he never sought a meeting with the north Korean leader a new round of talks are expected to begin in the next few weeks with low level working groups which will lay the groundwork for any future higher level negotiations their last attempted nuclear talks broke down in February the US had been demanding the north completely dismantle its nuclear program but the New York Times reported the U. S. may now settle for a nuclear freeze the president's national security adviser John Bolton was quick to dismiss that claim he took to Twitter calling the article are reprehensible attempt by someone to a box in the president and added there should be

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North Koreans Return to Work at Liaison Office With South Koreans

Morning Edition

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

North Koreans Return to Work at Liaison Office With South Koreans

"North Korea has sent some staff back to its liaison office with South Korea just three days after withdrawing them NPR's. Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul that the withdrawal came as a setback recent progress towards cooperation between the two Koreas the north offered no explanation either for the withdrawal of ten staff on Friday or the return of five of them on Monday, the two sides resumed their usual, schedule of morning and afternoon meetings. The south says it will proceed with plans to hold video reunions of families separated by the Korean war, which are being coordinated through the liaison office Seoul says it's. Determined to press ahead with inter-korean cooperation projects despite stalemated, nuclear talks Pyongyang. Meanwhile, has complained that Seoul can't seem to do anything without

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Kim Jong Un has Xi Jinping's support for 2nd Trump summit

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Kim Jong Un has Xi Jinping's support for 2nd Trump summit

"President Trump and Kim Jong Hoon. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story. A flurry of activity came at the conclusion of the meetings between China's president Xi Jinping and North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN state media on both sides pushing out stories at both support. Another Trump Kim summit then South Korean president moon. Jae-in said, it would take place soon, and that it would be a turning point for peace. He is also suggesting the US sanctions. So that the two Koreas can start joint economic projects in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg daybreak.

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"two korea" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

15:28 min | 2 years ago

"two korea" Discussed on KTRH

"Four. And welcome back to coast to coast on Clark with us. We'll take calls with Don next hour. Her book is called the forbidden text. This book was based perhaps on your father's counter-intelligence experiences. Don, I'm I'm guessing that in part by synthesized both my world and his world together to create kind of a new hope for all this. So it is definitely a filled with the counterintelligence a he experienced the helped him right three bucks before he died. He died at fifty three. That's young. In three wars and ultimately died of Agent, Orange placement. Vietnam. Vietnam, the tail end of World War, Two Korea. And then Vietnam, and then he was in the Cold War. He was serving with. Initially to see I see and then the CIA and he had what was called cosmic Clarence which moves top secret clearance, among all the NATO allies, we actually succeeded in capturing the highest ranking KGB official so the last two years of his life. I spent traipsing around meeting the context that we're still alive and helping him chronicle all of his adventures, and then the last two weeks before he died, I was lucky enough to have him share with me. Things that we're still classified that he didn't feel he could write down. And so I waited and then ultimately I was able to wrap all of these things up in the forbidden text. What would you say were some of the things that he would have talked to you about that would just scare the living daylights out of us. Well, you know, he did talk a lot about I'm sure on your show. People are familiar with M K ultra. Yeah. He talked about Russian Russian espionage program where they went beyond the ultra program and they were actually breeding for psychic abilities. And then one of the reasons why they had some problems with M K ultra was that people still had that that underlying conscience for the strip these children in Russia from their parents at an early age. And then in that way, we're able to fracture them much more deeply so that they could carry out the task. So not only were they bred for psychic abilities. But they also were raised in such a way that they were able to be programmed as sleeper agent Carr beyond what you might imagine. There's so many thanks going on Arthur Mike God. That's it. That's what I talked about. In part in the book was the reactivation of those of those sweepers. And. They were very well positioned within the west tell me about the title, the forbidden text, either forbidden taxed, well, this is the first in a trilogy, and it references in ancient text, which in the story, the the evil villains are also after that that has supernatural abilities. So it's the it's the failsafe device for managed in pieces are regathered together. Not only would help these sweepers. He'll their fractured, selves and avert global disaster. But it also helps humanity evolve beyond this repeated repeated cycles of Warren trauma that we have. And that if you know, if we don't break that cycle, even with the advent of AI coming in and all these exponential technologies. We're just we're really at risk large. Do you think technology don's go in a little too fast? And too far. I don't think we're going to be able to. To slow it down. I think it's definitely living at an exponential rate. I think what we need to do is. Sure that we keep the humanity in it. So we need to think about the fact that we're building technologies a mirror image of ourselves. And we think about the learning is busy learning from our conversations and from our actions. But are we really all that evolved? I we really all that compassionate and tolerant. So what is a really learning? I think we need to pay a lot of attention to that before you got on a story about the Russian Orthodox patriarch Koo believes that high technology is a is a textbook walked to the anti Christ. Basically. You know, he's he says, you know, there's nothing wrong with technology, except that the way it's moving. It's gonna put us in the areas. We don't wanna be that's a little bit of of some of the things you point out. Absolutely. And and we're definitely we need to maintain our critical thinking skills, which I think, of course, the education the way it's set up right now people aren't being taught how to think critically. They aren't being taught how to question and make independent decisions about things. Even the ability to have proactive conflict resolution is just going by the wayside. And I think a pack in the way we're consuming things through our smartphones. Like you were saying it's creating a lot of polarization that we're seeing right now, tell me about your trip to Peru. And what happened there? Well, the trip to Peru was really amazing. I I had been called for a long time to go to the date of the gods. Which is in second Peru, right by Bolivia, and it was difficult to find a guy who was willing to take me down there. Because the locals believe that ad at dusk. That aliens come walking through the gate or that that people can go the other direction through the gate as their shamans had. It's like a Stargate. Right. It is. It's exactly it's supposed to be Stargate. And so I had a very difficult time. Finding a guy who willing to take me down there a day that we were supposed to leave out of Kounellis go down we took off and we had a taxi. And there was a riot in the entire Panamanian PanAmerican highway was shut down. And so Mike I thought this was a sign a sign from the gods that we were supposed to turn around. And I said, no, we are going and so. So despite the fact that the road itself was was on fire and people had build big barriers with class and boulders we were walking. And then we would hire local use that that had bikes, and they would be willing to take us a few kilometers at a time. And we went further on frigging. Ultimately, we ended up walking across a bridge that was on fire to get to this city village near the Stargate, and from there we were walking along trails, and as you can imagine it was it was quite a challenging because we were at above thirteen thousand feet. The elevator is quite extraordinary. And then the approach the rock outcropping where the Stargate is big thunderhead loomed overhead and my guide, you can physically see him shaking. He was so afraid so he said, I will take you close enough to where you're you know, within a within a foreseeable distance to the Stargate, but I won't go any closer. And he took a picture of me as I was doing a Peruvian Sam ony with coca leaf in front of the Stargate before I went into and meditative trance with the Stargate, and in that graph, which I didn't see until the next day when we got back there. Are you can see it's like the the air is a live with electric to me. It just felt like everything had started to vibrate. Really fast. And so have you ever been to the Stargate, George, I've not been there at all? But I was gonna ask you something must be happening there for them to truly believe that there's some kind of opening or passageway there's so much lower about this Stargate. And of course, there's a lot of reports of over lake Titicaca, which is which is very near to the Stargate about UFO sightings. So I think the culture and the history, and and something something is definitely happening here, and I had a very transcendent experience at the Stargate myself what happened. Well, I I went up and initially I wasn't quite sure how to approach it. There's an imprint in the center where you were supposedly in the past people had put a golden disc that unlock the Stargate, and I was guided to sit with my back to it and and being almost meditative position. And I had done that for about two minutes. When suddenly it was as if I was my eyes are closed, but it was as if I was in golfed in a flood light from this guy. So this giant beam of white light came down, and I felt transported. I it was I could open my eyes at that point. I'm sure I was probably in transcend. My eyes were still closed by felt like my eyes and. You could see the sky, but you were in a swirl of light as if it was DNA strand. What do you think this beam was coming from a spacecraft? You know, you would think that based on movies? And I I didn't I wasn't thinking in those terms at that point. I was just surrendering to the experience, and I perceived it as if I was taking about forty years into the future and connecting with my future self in connecting with knowledge about what was possible for humanity and each of us as individuals, and in many ways, it was a revisitation of what I had learned in my twelve year old near death experience. But with a lot more understanding about helicopter changed things at the beginning level, which ultimately, of course, has been supported by a lot of research and EPA genetics lately. But I was shown from this perspective forty years out into the future that we are really at a. A fork in the road, if you will decisions that we make today are going to have dramatic outcomes in the future about whether you know, we as humanity are going to survive the way, we'd like to the impact on environment with the planet. And so from this perspective of forty years in the future. A lot of information was uploaded. And when I when I came back into my physical fence into my physical body, I felt like I was floating above the ground, and it took me quite a while to ground back in. It sounds like you're abducted. Alien abduction. I I I didn't perceive it to be that way. However, I can understand why it sounds that way. I certainly did not feel like I was at the Stargate in that location. Any longer. I felt as though I had had a complete temporal shift in time and place and had a tremendous amount of information shared with me from a perspective where technology was far advanced compared to where we are today were you aware of wormholes? Then does I know you are now, you know, I was aware of wormholes to the extent that certainly some Russian science indicated that people who are very well connected. And I'm sure you probably have some people in your life where you could finish each other's sentences or happens all the time. Exactly. So there was a Russian experiment done that. They claim that people who have that type of connection actually have tiny wormhole connections between them that makes this type of Hypo communication possible. And then certainly I'm I'm good friends with Russell targ who's a physicist and just had him on a couple of weeks ago. I know he was so he was so excited about being on and his work with a project Stargate, which was run out of Stanford research institute. Well, they were looking at remote viewing where you can be in point point, a, and you can view something in point B and get information from that. And so in a way, you're it's almost like creating a wormhole when you think about a one hole as taking you from point eight point b without regard to time or space. So understanding that and then looking at some of the more modern research that's come out to about what happens when people create genuine connections with their future self and how that can impact their ability to save money the willingness to exercise it can impact their health all of these things just like creating a genuine connection with your future self or we know that visualization which is not exactly a wormhole. It's a step. You could you could use it as part of a war experience. We've seen that over and over help people perform better Stanford athletes use that to perform better so did baseball players. And of course, the brain when it's in that different state it perceives the now, whatever you're visualizing as if it is reality. So you don't variations of that experience? But the the one hole that I went through at the Peruvian Stargate really convinced me that we need to give people tools to begin to connect with their future selves and with future different future probabilities. So that we can make better decisions today if we can look at things from the perspective that that has good foresight. So George imagine you were stuck in a forest, and you didn't know how to get out. But different version of you had the foresight. They'd already gotten out of the forest and they had great foresight. And they could tell you which path to take if you want to end up in which in which destination. In the better destination too. So it's a shortcut you can save time. You can avoid mistakes you can end up in a much better destination. And if there's one thing we really need to be mindful of especially with exponential tech. We leave can't dilly dally around any longer. We have time for that to be smart. The Stargate in Peru, physically on the outside. What does it look like is an assertain geographical region? It is it's located on about twenty kilometers from lake Titicaca down near Bolivia is it like in a cave or something. No, it's in a rock outcropping. So very unique rock like structures that are basically in the in a great vast expanse of nothing else. So they stand out by themselves and the Stargate is looks like a giant carved doorway in the middle of a big rock wall. And there is an impression in the center of it where legend has it of gold disc would fit..

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North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un Kicks Off New Year With Address And A Warning To U.S.

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04:56 min | 2 years ago

North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un Kicks Off New Year With Address And A Warning To U.S.

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from e-verify, delivering the technology to help employers verify work eligibility for new employees evolving to support the needs of your workforce at either five dot gov slash go. Let's go higher sitting in a leather chair and wood paneled room North Korea's leader kicked off the new year with an address to his nation and a warning to the US Kim Jong Hoon said he's willing to meet with President Trump a second time but threatened that if international sanctions against North Korea continue they'll have no choice, but to take a new path NPR's Anthony Kuhn joins us now from Seoul to talk about. What this could mean an Anthony since President Trump met Kim Jong UN in Singapore for that historic summit last year in June the nuclear issue has been somewhat stalled. So can you tell us what new information you heard in Kim speech, actually, most of the speech was not about the nuclear issues for a domestic audience news about the economy, but he did repeat his pledge. To denuclearize and mend fences with the US. Now, let's hear when of the more optimistic. Upbeat parts of his speech, you only to millions or to handle has is our party republics unchanging position on my unwavering will he said to establish a new relationship between the K and the US that meets the demands of the new century and to establish a permanent stable peace regime on the Korean peninsula and move towards completing nuclearization by DPRK, he meant the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, which is it's formal name analysts point out that there was actually something significant in elsewhere in the speech, he said that North Korea would stop building Tomek bombs basically cap his country's nuclear program. But as you mentioned, there was also this warning that if the US tries to sanction North Korea into submission or just runs out their patients, then all bets are off in. There could be a return to confrontation. You mentioned a warning did Kim provide any specific. Fix of what he wants from President Trump. I think it's pretty clear that he mostly just wants the meeting at this point. And we know this because North Korea has refused to engage in working level talks with the US, particularly Mike Pompeo and US special on voi- Steve begin have basically been shutout so analysts believe that North Korea is betting everything on a second summit with Trump where they will try to manipulate him into making more concessions and the North Korea's point has been pretty consistent in past months. They say look since the summit we have dismantled some of our nuclear and missile testing facilities. And now we expect the US to reciprocate by providing security guarantees in easing. Sanctions the US wants to to start off as a first move by providing an inventory of all its nuclear assets. But North Korea refuses to do that. What about the relationship with South Korea of the two leaders met? I think about three times in the past year did Kim Jong say anything about South Korean speech. Yes, he talked about continuing the line relations with South Korea. Now at times, the US's seem nervous that this sort of inter-korean reproche mos- getting out too far ahead of the nuclear issue. But lately, they seem to have had a change of heart. They seem to have decided that it doesn't really cost them anything at this point. There's only so far they can go with those sanctions still in place, and they hope that this will just improve the atmosphere and maybe make talks a little bit easier. And that is why the US gave its blessing to last week's groundbreaking on a project to connect railways between the two Koreas and the US says it will try to ensure that the sanctions that are in place. Do not prevent US aid groups from delivering humanitarian assistance to the north. It's intr-. I understand Kim talked about an end to US-South Korean joint military exercises. And at the same time the US and South Korea failed to meet a deadline to remove funding agreement for US forces in South Korea. Right. So there's this little dispute going on between the US and South Korea. How does that affect this conversation? Well, these the two sides were supposed to come up with a new agreement before the old one expired last night, but the US reportedly want South Korea to increase its contribution by fifty percent in Seoul says no the Trump administration wants all US allies to pay more in it's focusing on South Korea. I the South Koreans are also somewhat unnerved by the resignation of Defense Secretary, Mattis applause. He was a consistent advocate for the for the alliance. It's not clear that the US congress would allow any sort of pull out of US troops. But any sign that the US commitment to the defense of South Korea is wavering has. All very concerned. That's NPR's. Anthony Kuhn in Seoul. Thank

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Two Koreas, U.N. Command wrap up first session of talks on disarming border

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Two Koreas, U.N. Command wrap up first session of talks on disarming border

"Five officials from north and South Korea and the United Nations are meeting to work out. Details of his arming one of the world's most fortified borders. Bloomberg's Peter pay has more from Seoul, the talks are focused on removing landmines estimated at more than one million and reducing military guard stations on both sides of the so-called TMZ or the demilitarized zone. The talks come as US has expressed discontent with South Korea for moving forward with inter-korean project without. Insulting US officials.

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Two Koreas, UN Command to hold first meeting on demilitarizing border

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00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Two Koreas, UN Command to hold first meeting on demilitarizing border

"North and South Korea and the US led United Nations. Command have been holding their first joint meeting too. Discuss demilitarizing, the Korean border, the talks in the border village of Penmunjom come amid a growing diplomatic thaw that has already led to three summits this year between the two Korean leaders, Kim Jong UN and moon Jae in this month, the north and South Korean troops have begun clearing mines from the boarder area. They've also agreed to halt military

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North, South Korea to restore railway, road connections severed during Korean War

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00:49 sec | 3 years ago

North, South Korea to restore railway, road connections severed during Korean War

"Dollars north and South Korea have agreed on a project to reconnect, railways and roads across their heavily fortified border NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports from Beijing that the two sides reached the agreement at talks following last month's inter-korean summit their third officials from the two Koreas agreed to break ground on the project by year's end. It would involve roads and railways going up the east and west sides of the Korean peninsula. The two sides also agreed on further talks between their militaries helping families separated by the Korean war and making a joint bid to host the twenty thirty two summer Olympics north and South Korea Russia. And China have all spoken in favour of rewarding Pyongyang for its stated intention to abandon its nuclear programs. Washington is now alone in calling

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North, South Korea begin removing land mines along fortified border

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North, South Korea begin removing land mines along fortified border

"From north and South Korea have begun to remove some of the more than eight hundred thousand landmines though to be buried on the heavily fortified border. Their removal was one of a number of confidence building measures. Agreed when the two Korean leaders Kim Jong UN and president moon Jae-in met last month in Pyongyang, Laura. Bicker is in so for the next few weeks. Army engineers will start in what is known as the joint security area where most of the guard posts and trips are based it's hope this work will eventually allied. Both sides to move more. Freely minds will also be cleared from a site in his head rich for hundreds of soldiers were killed in intense fighting during the war, the two Koreas want to excavate the site and identify the remains starting this work. So soon after president moon returned from his summit with Kim Jong in in Pyongyang will build confidence between north and south as they try to reduce military tensions along the border.

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South Korean Delegation Begins First Day of Talks in North Korea

24 Hour News

03:23 min | 3 years ago

South Korean Delegation Begins First Day of Talks in North Korea

"Let's talk about the big news in North Korea. The Workers Party newspaper wrote on syndrome is full of color pictures of the summit between the leaders of the north and the south. How do I know not side because I have a copy here on the desperate because BBC monitoring has been looking at that kind of thing. Apparently, it's six pages long and five pages. Talk of nothing else. State radio news bulletin as well last night was all about the summit and nothing else. So what have South Korea's moon Jae-in North Korea's Kim Jong UN announced? Well, came said, the north and south have agreed on nuclear issues in the peninsula. There's a plan for a railway link for more family reunions, even a mooted joint Olympic bid and South Korea's president moon said the north will shut down a missile test site that scene is quite important and is willing to close its main nuclear complex, if the United States takes some reciprocal action. It's not exactly denuclearization. Which is the buzzword that everyone says everyone is working towards. So how significant a step is it professor John Delury of Yonsei University. Well, it is. But I think, you know, even before we get into that you have to remember that this is an inter-korean summit. These are the the two Koreas that are meeting, and I mean, it's actually quite remarkable in in sort of the background of of the inner Crean interaction. You know, normally denuclearization their cases where the North Koreans just walk out of the room when the south tries to talk about the nuclear issue because North Korea considers that an issue they have with the United States North Korea, South Korea's not nuclear armed and North Korea. Defines the nuclear threat is one that comes from the United States. So there was a lot to this summit that wasn't about the nuclear stuff. It was about the relationship between north and South Korea at how they are going to fundamentally change their relationship from a hostile to a non-hostile one. So those are really the two sides of of what was what's been going on in Pyongyang. How significant are the elements involving? Sort of expecting more sort of reciprocal gestures from the US, but this idea of closing a main nuclear complex shutting down missile test site. We saw that a few months ago. And there was argument about how significant was that. Are these big promises deliverable promises? Well, they're deliverable. I'd say they're medium sized. They're not the really big ones. The big ones that people are looking at a have to do with actually well, first of all declaring the size of their nuclear arsenal since that's not known, and then starting to destroy or turnover some of those bombs, you know, so there are and there are other sort of big ideas like that. I would have been very surprised if those level of issues that come out of possibilities to come out. We don't know what a privately and may have a message that I think he's scheduled to fly off to the United States soon and will meet with President Trump. So there could be more direct diplomacy and messaging between the leaders, but what president moon and chairman Kim Jong whether they're able to announce his first of all keeping denuclearization on the agenda. You know, this is Kim Jong and his own turf to his own people. Having this conversation about denuclearization taking further steps toward it. And I would say, they're, you know, they're medium steps are not exactly baby steps are not

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"two korea" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"two korea" Discussed on KOMO

"Two koreas will one day reunite komo's corwin hake reports local korean americans are daring to voice that hope hours after the meeting between president trump at chairman kim sarah oh acknowledges there's still a lot of work ahead but this is a very important first step oh is president of the federal way korean american association as she watched the historic first meeting on tv and then learned the leaders had signed a denuclearization agreement it revived a dream nearly seven decades old of a reunified korea i think i can speak for people in saying that we're just so hopeful that a peaceful unification of the two koreas and the operative word being peaceful will happen sometime in my lifetime but words come carefully because oh realizes such hopes are precarious and for some the hope is mixed with doubt and fear there's some some reservation about what reunification can mean for the south korean so we will just have to wait and see corwin hake komo news komo news time ten forty tonight mariners beat the angels six to three at the sports desk tom glasgow is talking seahawks the hawks opening a three day mini camp at the v maquis and renton no earl thomas we knew the outstanding safety was going to be a no show he made it clear due to unhappiness over his contract situation here's head coach pete carroll had heard that he was he's making that choice really gonna wish she was here and that would be nice but we're focused on the guys that are here and see how that goes russell wilson's thoughts on earls out now obviously wish he was here you know it's one of the best players in the world now it's always great if he's on the field that's a better thing for us he's on the field just because he's a great player you know and and ultimately when it comes to people's contracts and stuff there's a business deals at each person's different and and you know it's business meanwhile all pro defensive tackle aaron donald of the rams is not attending that team's minicamp he continues his long quest for a new deal and a whole lot of money more sports in thirty minutes right here on your home of the.

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"two korea" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"two korea" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Thank you both of you for being with us on this friday night ambassador sherman let me start with you i want to remind our viewers that leaders of the two koreas have met before they met in the year two thousand in two thousand and seven and then again today this is definitely a positive development ahead of the trump came meeting maybe in late may or june but do you think the president has a good understanding of how this is meant to go well look la i think that we should all be glad that we have dialogue that were not on a march to war but pomp and circumstance all the theater we saw today may usher in hope but it's really precision and persistence and hard work that gets you a result so no i don't think the president fully understands the detail that will be necessary here the iran deal itself was one hundred ten pages long with most extensive verification monitoring provisions ever and iran didn't have nuclear weapons and we knew where there were that's not true in the case of north korea we don't know where all their assets are and there is no verification and monitoring and they have nuclear weapons so a lot of hard work ahead evelyn one of the things that is worrisome if the president doesn't understand the details of north korea is that we have a strategic alliances with japan right and with south korea their interests here are different than ours are we don't want intercontinental bullets missiles with nuclear tips on them you can affect south.

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"two korea" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"two korea" Discussed on KOMO

"Two koreas the first meeting between presidents and trump clearly spelled out the joint position on this which was which was pressure and sanctions but also dialogue towards a peaceful resolution and that hasn't changed some are skeptical about pyongyang's plans sitting kim jong un has never talked about getting rid of north korea's nuclear capabilities what he said that he would be committed to the teachings by his grandfather and father of denuclearization of korean peninsula there is a big difference between denuclearization of north korea and denuclearization of korean peninsula a few months ago the us and north korea appeared to be on the brink of war now there's a chance president trump will meet with kim jong un later this year correspondent john laurence also president trump will meet with german chancellor angela merkel today miracle is expected to press the president to keep the us in the iran nuclear deal as did french president macron earlier this week well the man known as america's dad in the nineteen eighties has been convicted of sexual assault steve kastenbaum reports from pennsylvania evan crowds gathered outside the montgomery county courthouse as word spread around norristown that the jury had reached a verdict when the first guilty was announced there was a brief cheer from several women in the courtroom cosby was silent and motionless as the verdicts were read but when the district attorney requested that cosby's bail be revoked he broke his silence the da said cosby was a flight risk because he had a private plane that's when cosby said in a booming voice he doesn't have a plane you and he cursed the prosecutor meanwhile outside the courthouse has been done attorney gloria allred and several cosby accusers celebrated finally we can say women are believed and not only on hashtag metoo but in a court of law where they were under oath where they testify truthfully where they were attacked where they were smeared where they were denigrated victoria valentino was a playboy bunny in nineteen sixty nine when she claims cosby drugged and raped her we are vindicated we are fella gated louis bernard was emotional after the verdict was announced she says cosby drugged and raped her during the year that she appeared on.

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"two korea" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"two korea" Discussed on KOMO

"Two koreas the first meeting between president trump clearly spelled out the joint position on this which was which was pressure and sanctions but also dialogue towards a peaceful resolution and that hasn't changed some are skeptical about pyongyang's plans saying kim jong un has never talked about getting rid of north korea's nuclear capabilities what he said that he would be committed to the teachings by his grandfather and father of denuclearization of korean peninsula there is a big difference between denuclearization of north korea and denuclearization of korean peninsula a few months ago the us north korea appear to be on the brink of war now there's a chance president trump will meet with kim jong un later this year correspondent john laurence also president trump will meet with german chancellor angela merkel today miracle is expected to press the president to keep the us in the iran nuclear deal as did french president macron earlier this week well the man known as america's dad in the nineteen eighties has been convicted of sexual assault steve kastenbaum reports from pennsylvania evan crowds gathered outside the montgomery county courthouse as word spread around norristown town that the jury had reached a verdict when the first guilty was announced there was a brief cheer from several women in the courtroom cosby was silent and motionless as the verdicts were read but when the district attorney requested that cosby's bail be revoked keep broke his silence the da said cosby was a flight risk because he had a private plane that's when cosby said in a booming voice he doesn't have a plane you and occurs to the prosecutor meanwhile outside the courthouse yes this has been done attorney gloria allred and several cosby accusers celebrated finally we can say women are believed and not only on hashtag me too but in a court of law where they were under oath where they testify truthfully where they were attacked where they were smeared where they were denigrated victoria valentino was a playboy bunny in nineteen sixty nine when she claims cosby drugged and raped her we are vindicated we are validated luli bernard was emotional after the verdict was announced she says cosby drugged and raped her during the year that she appeared on.

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"two korea" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"two korea" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Pleasure spending some time with you on television today and in radio and radio as well let's get over to markus karlsson now for what's going on what's going on around the world marcus good morning in just over four weeks time came young owned could become the first north korean leader in history to enter south korea boombox pizza pay has the details governed officials from the two koreas border village today to set the summit schedule agreed turner gender that may include talks are north korea giving up its nuclear weapons the summit preparation meeting came a day after kim returned from a secret meeting with china's xi jinping and the head of the potential meeting between kim and us president donald trump in may insult peter pay bloomberg daybreak europe saudi arabia has been granted its first emergingmarket conservation by major index compiler bloomberg's pacheco has the details from dubai fritzy russell said that the kingdom will be classified as em starting next year the decision was widely expected by saudi authorities and it comes in a very good moment for the crown prince who string the us for meetings from washington to wall street msci will announce whether to classify the country that way in june in dubai philippe bloomberg daybreak europe counterterrorism police here in the uk believe that the former russian spies that gate scrip in his daughter julia were poisoned with another agent at his home and saw spring the uk is blaming moscow for the attack and western nations have collect actively expelled thousands of russian diplomats his foreign secretary boris johnson is a vic station and provocation have worn collective patients the breaking point and went across the world across three continents countries but winning to say enough is enough meanwhile poland has signed a billion dollar deal to buy the patriot missile defense system from the united states in a move that is likely to anger russia bloomberg's marks alexi reports the.

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"two korea" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"two korea" Discussed on Here & Now

"I think that that is the place it's basically neutral ground in its between the two koreas it's on the border it's it's just it's the least controversial place it's also the safest place that this meeting could happen on abc's this week yesterday the deputy press secretary rajshai was pressed on what concrete steps the north koreans would have to take ahead of any meeting a beyond promises that they've made let's listen this potential meeting has been agreed to uh there are no additional conditions being stipulated but again they they cannot engage in missiletesting nicon are engaged in nuclear testing and they can't publicly object to the us south korea a planned military exercise but last week press secretary sarah huckabee sanders said the meeting wouldn't take place until the white house see some concrete actions how do you think the north koreans view that end do you think that the white house's being consistent in its message to north korea i don't know how far uh the trump administration is going the terms of no nuclear tests are no missile activity nuclear testing and missile activity can include very small things like testing missile engines uh at a factory uh or may be do construction work at at one of north korea's known nuclear sites in that stuff is observed by satellite image watchers and kind of circulated in the open source north korea intelligence world uh and so the be that that might be of applying but i i think the general sense i get his none of the big activities none of these these ballistic missile test none of these nuclear detonations in the dade north koreans have a couple of months that they they don't have to do that and do you think that they won't do that in the next couple of months i i don't get a sense that they will kim jungle in this is something kim jungle is agreed to uh and and so i think they're you know if if if he wants to scupper this whole thing than than the then he could go and did much a couple of ballistic missiles uh but as i say that there's no reason to think that kim jongun is gonna necessarily do that in the next couple of months three koreanamericans are being detained in north korea is that do you think a sticking point for talks.

"two korea" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"two korea" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Two koreas square over those appear ache to him be warming and we're not despite seeing any delays the cold in temperatures the airport tunnels at the winter to olympics or from logan now taking place next in south report korea six thirteen abc's alex wbz's stone with traffic more on from the threes south korea the invite garoeb is wbz now official news time and what is would 604 be an historic now brian moment thompson north korean has the leader fourday kim jongun wbz wound inviting accuweather south forecast korean president its warming moon up today jae in we have to some a milder summit weather moving kim in sister for the weekend verbally invited by date is moon on going her to be brother's raining be half on a lot moon of the time staff and says he responded kinda cloudy by saying as well not a not a very nice weekend even though a behind near fifty degrees today so the rain moves in late this afternoon although a good chunk of today is gonna turn out rainfree we'll have very much of the time tonight and through the day tomorrow some of it could be heavy and there'll be some patches a pretty dense fog as well oh tonight near forty high tomorrow forty three increasing amounts of sunshine on monday high of forty five and chillier tuesday's sunshine gives way to clouds at a high of thirty six i'm accuweather meteorologist brian thompson wbz newsradio 1030 and right now we have thirty four degrees in boston at 605 democrats on the house intelligence committee are crying foul after president trump refuse to release their memo rebutting a republican memo that said the fbi acted improperly when seeking a warrant to wiretapped carter page a trump campaign aide here's cbs's sam litzinger president trump has already released a republican memo on the rush a probe at now citing security concerns he won't be classify a democratic memo unless its revised white house counsel is encouraging the house intelligence committee to work with the justice department on that the memo drafted by the democrats is an effort to counter republican allegations that the fbi abused that surveillance powers in the ongoing investigation the president released the republican version of the memo despite requests by the fbi and intelligence services to redact some of it wbz news time is six oh six.

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"two korea" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"two korea" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Of now this is my 18th olympic games my goodness there are so many stories to get into and we will throughout the course of these two weeks put one of the ones coming into this the unification of south korea and north korea particularly with the pyongyang olympics being in south korea what did you make of all of that this is actually the fourth olympics uh at which the two koreas have marched together uh they marched together in two thousand in sydney two thousand and four in athens in two thousand six at the torino winter games uh these are the first olympics however in which the two koreas have entered a combined team although it's only in one sparked a women's ice hockey uh they have had combined teams before uh in nonolympic events but this is the first time in the olympics in your history david with whether it's the koreas or other countries that unify does it ever change anything on the bigger picture now uh it's it's it's a nice pleasant distraction and i think that the olympic movement very much wants there to be a move toward peace they just did you know they've done this before with the the two germanys uh and now they're they're doing it with two koreas uh but i think in the the bigger picture north korea south korea uh they have other issues so this is really just a pleasant uh blip and speaking of other issues the russian doping scandal so russia can't compete but russians can it's confusing just saying that making sure you're saying it right is the message confusing i think the the message is very confusing there are one hundred sixty eight a russian athletes competing in these games uh i'll be blunt i thought that they all should have been banned i thought the entire country should have been banned because they were involved in states concert governmentsponsored doping not just put an athlete in the coach hearing there and because they now appear to have gotten away with it um there they're going to have russia on their uniforms uh i think that uh they just learned the lesson is we can get away with this and next time will do it even better and so i i feel.

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"two korea" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"two korea" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Went to the heart of the regime hit their weakness that's what they're worried about most and there's one other thing people don't talk about that is you know by trump talking about human rights in north korea he also is constraining president moon jae in of south korea who wants this reconciliation with pyongyang probably going to go too far in trying to get it what trump did by talking about human rights was actually boxed in the south korean leader wasn't there an oddly peaceseeking communique the other night from the north about getting together one day as one korea and and as a subset of that question won't it be good by definition when the olympic games get underway this was north korea talking about unification of the two koreas now it's been consistent policy from the beginning of north korea nineteen 48 to unify the koreas and that was what the korean war was all about i recall but they've never given up that goal and fact that is really court to maintaining kim family legitimacy so they need to continue to do that now the thing about the olympics it's good because when you've got the two koreas competing as one you know you don't have them fighting each other and so at least temporarily that's fine but after the end of the olympics bryant then you know the north koreans are going to be demanding things of south korea that south korea can't give and that's when things get really testy between the two koreas as i said south korea's about to be in the news because of the games were about to send our very best athletes to south korea a country where we don't have an ambassador is that an embarrassment we'll certainly is because this is you know at the top of the trump administration foreign policy agenda no issue is more important to the president and we haven't had an ambassador in solve for more than a year unbelievable this is a very simple thing for the trump administration to do is get an ambassador through the senate in their executing poorly on the simple things at the same time on the main policy towards north korea the hard stuff i think they're doing pretty well so you have this sort of paradox.

"two korea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"two korea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The two koreas reached during talks today they are expected to meet again on wednesday for more discussions on the north's participation in the winter olympics as np r's police hugh reports from seoul the north will think a three member delegation to the other side of panmunjom the border village shared by the two koreas it's a follow up to high level talks held last tuesday during which north korea agreed to participate in the gains that south korea will host next month seoul says the two koreas of also agreed in principle to field a joint women's ice hockey team during the olympics the two koreas have been discussing the makeup of the unified women's ice hockey team since last year i owe see approval is required for the formation of such a team italy's unpr news soul and this is npr news this is wmic in new york i'm richard hate good morning it's seven o 418 degrees mostly cloudy right now with a high today near 29 degrees alternate side of the street parking regulations are suspended today for the holiday meter rules are in effects northeast quarter north jersey coast line in the morrison essex line reporting delays also there are delays because of switch problems on number 56 and anon are subway trains in response to a court order us immigration officials will once again accept renewal requests from recipients of dhaka the program that protects young immigrants from deportation newer congressman adriana he says he is optimistic that there will also be a bipartisan dhaka deal but speaking on wabc television he said trump's reported vulgar comments about haney el salvadoran african countries don't help it throws fuel into the fire it's disrupts thing and it makes.

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"two korea" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

46:05 min | 3 years ago

"two korea" Discussed on PRI's The World

"two korea" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"two korea" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Cancer is not the unavoidable killer that it used to be take lung cancer in men for example in many parts of the world deaths peaked in the late 1970s an early '80s and for the most part numbers have dropped or flattened out since then still the planet's population continues to grow and to age and that means millions of new cancer cases globally in the coming years so imagine you hear about new and innovative cancer treatments but you're also told you can't travel to the country that offers them some people wouldn't take no for an answer that's the case with americans who are continuing to track to cuba to get immunotherapy for lung cancer with vaccines not approved for treatment in the us correspondent sally jacobs recently traveled to cuba to meet some of those patients who are seeking treatment i asked her what the cubans were offering there are a pair of vaccines one constant attacks and the other contact sierra they're part of a new wave of immunotherapy as the trigger the patient's immune system to fight the cancer similar tax for example a blocks a protein that the cancer needs to continue it basically starves them cancer and vex your operate similarly but in a little bit of a different manner how does the global scientific community feel about this or that convinced these treatments are effective do they work there's a very mixed feeling about it summer quite positive very curious about it given that there has been a clinical trial in havana that look somewhat promising and appears to extend life by three to five months also there waiting the outcome of a clinical trial that's now underway at the roswell park cancer institute but more common i find is a kind of a skepticism they're not that confident in it so sell you actually went to cuba you interviewed patients and doctors and scientists i'd like you to introduce us to one of the people you met a man by the name of george keys he's a colorado realtor and a grandfather those what his situationas so george cases had cancer for just about two and a half years now he's undergone a series of treatments some work for a while but eventually they stop working i'll he became curious about similar pacts because there's a lot of attention.

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"two korea" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"two korea" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I'm mark a woman and you're with the world content they say is king but the way germany sees it there's some content online that doesn't deserve its place on the throne a new law in germany will find social media companies up to sixty million dollars per violation if they don't promptly take offensive of material off their platforms that includes hate speech and fake news the law applies to companies that have more than two million users in germany so think facebook thanked twitter and since the law went into effect last week the ensuing conversation shows as some of the tension between holding social media companies accountable for content on their platforms and allowing users to post freely on those platforms to break this all down i've got two guests with me lisa marie annoyed llard is with the oxford internet institute where she research propaganda social boughts and fake news and emma alonso's with the center for democracy and technology a nonprofit headquartered in wash and with offices in brussels so emily lan said let me start with you because your organisation the center for democracy in technology was in touch with the german government as it was crafting this legislation under this law social media companies have 24 hours to take down quote blatantly illegal hate speech after it's been flag so what constitutes blatantly illegal hate speech and who defines that that's a really good question and said their companies under this law are tasked with enforcing over twenty different provisions of the german criminal code which include prohibitions against hate speech but also defamation insults on defamation of religion and number of different parts of the the german criminal code that prohibit different kinds of speech are expression the real challenge for social media company is going to be it figuring out exactly what amounts to a violation of german law that's not something that private companies are well equipped to do and.

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"two korea" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"two korea" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Find the entire korean peninsula under the leadership of the kim dynasty that would mean deliberating south korea and kicking out the americans but suzanne dimaggio says this is an open question for kim jongun she's with a new america foundation and she's been involved with semiofficial negotiations with north korean officials demographia says we still don't know how far kim is willing to go to get a peace treaty with the us in other words will he accept something short of final victory on the korean peninsula let's has been mold of farm affecting elect command slid like team uh one of the reasons they've gain this nuclear power is to reunify the peninsula on their terms i don't think we have any solid evidence to back that claim up it could be true but it's something i think we would need to explore with them in talks to see what their point of view as when officials from the two koreas met today the issue you of denuclearization was raised by the south ahead of the north korean delegation said that's a non issue because none of the north's missiles are aimed at brethren in south korea they're all aimed at america for the world i matthew bell as i mentioned earlier there is a north korean figure skating pair in the middle of all of us rearm taper off and kim two sec they'll be headed to south korea next month to compete in the winter olympics which should be interesting given the politically charged situation on the korean peninsula as if the pressure of competing the olympic games wasn't enough right jury longmen is with me he's the new york times sports reporter and you've met riyanti auc and kim just sick uh oh what are they liked did they seem very different from other young skaters you've met uncovered i met them at a skating competition and germany in september where they qualified for the two thousand eighteen olympics and to be honest no they didn't seem that much different from any other scale.

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"two korea" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"two korea" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Really want will according to the us intelligence community they say that kim wants to thinks he wants to stay in power and he wants to keep his nuclear weapons william toby of the belfer center at harvard says that's a pretty solid assessment i think in this case alcom's razor looking for the simplest explanation is probably the best one if you look at what the regime values it is always valued its hold on power but toby who was a us negotiator with north korea in the second bush administration says kim want something more than just regime survival he wants to change the status quo he wants sanctions lifted against the dprk that's north korea's official name and wants to bring north korea out of the shadows into the international community toby says the regime sees one way to do that with nuclear weapons it is possible will they will feel that they have more space to oppose the current state of affairs north korean style eight media ran a commentary today that said the us has a choice either continue its military standoff with the dprk and meet its end or coexist with north korea the fullyfledged nuclear power we don't know what exactly they're going to it and could do with their newfound nuclear power we know that they've committed violent acts throughout their history they've shut down aircraft sees american ships bombed the south korean cabinet bombed south korean airliners sent a terrorist attack against the blue house killing the the wife of the president of south korea this is a troubling history but toby says we do know that in their world view the north koreans are still fighting the korean war the one that started in 1950 when kim germans grandfather invaded south korea and it never really ended propaganda from the north talks about reoun.

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"two korea" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"two korea" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Two koreas to regularly talk to each other now of course there is no guarantee that tensions between the two koreas will suddenly disappeared because of this and it's clear at this stage at least that kim jongun wanted the line reopened to discuss this specific topic of allowing a north korean team into the upcoming winter olympics in south korea and in the past when the two sides have held highlevel talks they often haven't resolved much and they usually ended in a stalemate a stalemate so that means we shouldn't really expect anything to come of this opening well you know i think that's the definitely the stance the trump administration in his taking you know the us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley played down talks between the two koreas she said the us was not looking for a bandaid nor an opportunity to smile and take pictures together uh she said the us wouldn't take any talk seriously unless they are able to give kim jongun to give up his nuclear weapons and for president trump's fired after sending his infamous mind nuclear button is bigger than yours tweet he responded to news of these talks with a foulup tweet calling kim jongun rocket man again but saying also this perhaps as good news perhaps not we will see all of this aside when you look at the political situation the region here you have a new president in south korea moon jaein he's made it clear he wants to take a softer approach to the north than previous presidents in south korea and since he's become president his administration hasn't had an opportunity to really talked in than ourselves for him in his administration this is progress it's impossible to know how this of course will influence kim jong un and what he does with the weapons his country has developed the it is a regular dialogue which is something that simply hasn't been there for the past two years between the two sides take the successes where you get them i suppose npr's rob schmitz thanks a lot rob thanks that's.

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