22 Burst results for "U. S China Tides"

"u s china ties" Discussed on The Heat

The Heat

03:02 min | 3 months ago

"u s china ties" Discussed on The Heat

"An understanding about yourself, you learn how to deal with other people how to interact with people. You learn how to be in a locker room with different personalities you learn how to be led right. You've gotTA learn how to be coached, and so these are some the things that I know as an athlete help build me as a person when I was a young kid, I was a bit awkward and Sports helped evolve me as a person. It helped me see. Different parts of myself that I wouldn't otherwise be able to see without the dynamics of the game. So People Love Sport and sport is a part I think of human evolution and it's a great way to communicate. To people through people, and what we know is that you know sports our universe, and if we can again, learn from one another VR interactions with sports will be better off people for. Going back to the Lebron I think of the things that he said that was really interesting as we do have freedom of speech..

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"u s china ties" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:37 min | 4 months ago

"u s china ties" Discussed on KOMO

"Views this visit as a grievous affront to its national integrity. In his giving editorial on Wednesday, Beijing's Global Times newspaper one quote. Being a pawn in the U. S hardline strategy towards China will leave the island of Taiwan too unbearable disaster. The mainland has many cards, including the military card. More importantly, it is much more determined to play the cards than Washington unquote. Because I didn't get to you on the round. Robin the last time you got a first here what your thoughts Well, look, I think that the Taiwan Taiwanese have done a wonderful job ever since that they the Republican China arrived in 1949. Their Democratic We're friends, but I wonder exactly what the timing of this is about and what we're all doing, and we are really looking down at the end game, then the clearly Beijing is appalled and angry. We can do extend greater recognition for what they consider a breakaway province and we've had a deal. So I'm not sure and I don't believe it's been explained by secretary of State Problem where this all ends challenges in the South China Sea, condemning them for Hong Kong fine condemning them for the Uighurs. Going to Taiwan. What is the final objective? American tragedy? Is it cold War to? I applaud the secretary going to Taiwan. He might learn something. They have 26 million people. They have, like 400 some odd cases on what they did with social distancing and wearing there. They didn't do anything more extraordinary than that. So he might learn something, and I think you know, Trump just likes to yank China's chain, and I don't think anybody's thought the number 23 and four steps after this. It just feels good. Now Clinton, top official secretary of of of the visited there when, when, when? When? And Obama was in office. So this is not completely you know unprecedented. What's different is that there is a memorial to the former president of Ah, Taiwan and will is our attend that I'm anything that the Chinese would really see is in a fried then he hasn't said yet whether he's actually going to do that, but Yeah, Look, China has has been focused on Taiwan for sometime. They just put sanctions on Lockheed Martin for arms sales to Taiwan. Look, there are two other things here at play. One is a czar is headed to Taipei because he's working to secure additional pp and and and pharmaceutical supplies for the United States. But then I think second is hey wants to put attention on Taiwan's desire for transparency about how the virus began in China and how they were not able to participate. The World Health Assembly is a member of the World Health Organization. So this is a little bit about that, too about focusing attention on the difference between how Taiwan he handled those early days and late last year in January and how China handled them. Okay, Clarence, you all thought? I think it's a big reason why the HHS secretary is going over there, but which is unusual in itself. But what China did a well A lot of explaining China hasn't done yet. It's afar. It's open happened early on, they business, some degree deliberately suppressed all serious the situation, Wass, we have a lot of issues with China Health care being one of them. Or the honor Court pandemic control. Being one of them on the other is, it's always rather satisfying to reassure.

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China’s Mars Mission, Tianwen-1, Begins Its Monthslong Journey

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

China’s Mars Mission, Tianwen-1, Begins Its Monthslong Journey

"Sound of China's tie. And when one rocket that launched today correspondent Ivan Watson on what China hopes to do when their spacecraft arrives. In February 1st get an orbiter that's going to be attached to a lander that will be carrying a rover on DH will then be able to collect data from the moon's surface, while the orbiter is still going to be orbiting around. Mars and NASA's Perseverance Rover set to launch for Mars next week. Wednesday's time

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"u s china ties" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:01 min | 5 months ago

"u s china ties" Discussed on AP News

"Britain and China ties a cooling swiftly with debate over wallowing on Hong Kong only 5 years ago then British prime minister David Cameron was celebrating a golden era in Britain Sino relations bonding with president xi jin ping over a pint of beer and signing of trade deals worth billions those friendly scenes now seem like a distant memory hostile rhetoric has ratcheted up in recent days the Beijing's new security law Hong Kong Britain's decision to offer refuge to millions in the former colony was met with a stern telling off and Chinese officials have threatened consequences if Britain decides to cut Chinese technology giant one way out of its critical telecoms infrastructure Charles the law does not London

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UK-China ties freeze with debate over Huawei, Hong Kong

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

UK-China ties freeze with debate over Huawei, Hong Kong

"Britain and China ties a cooling swiftly with debate over wallowing on Hong Kong only five years ago then British prime minister David Cameron was celebrating a golden era in Britain Sino relations bonding with president xi jin ping over a pint of beer and signing of trade deals worth billions those friendly scenes now seem like a distant memory hostile rhetoric has ratcheted up in recent days the Beijing's new security law Hong Kong Britain's decision to offer refuge to millions in the former colony was met with a stern telling off and Chinese officials have threatened consequences if Britain decides to cut Chinese technology giant one way out of its critical telecoms infrastructure Charles the law does not London

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"u s china ties" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:14 min | 6 months ago

"u s china ties" Discussed on AP News

"Twitter has removed nearly 175000 accounts it says were linked to the Chinese government and that posted false information favorable to the country's communist rulers the social media company says it has suspended early 24000 accounts that were posting pro Beijing messages into another 150000 that were dedicated to re tweeting those messages China has denied any involvement Twitter says the accounts were involved and manipulated activities including praise for China's response to the corona virus pandemic most had few if any followers Twitter suspended the accounts under its manipulation policies which ban artificial amplification and suppression of information I'm Mike help in

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U.S. weighs sanctions on Chinese officials, firms over Hong Kong

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:35 min | 6 months ago

U.S. weighs sanctions on Chinese officials, firms over Hong Kong

"Thank you across the Pacific unrest is growing again in Hong Kong police fired pepper spray downtown as protesters hit the streets to oppose China's increased control over the city we get more from Bloomberg Karen Lee and Hong Kong could return to a lot of the unrest that we saw last summer police arrested at least sixty people so far today and for a lot of people here we're here today to get an idea of how big the protest movement could status it seems to be researching finally going to see things like we saw last summer on that scale is that going to be smaller more scattered there's a bit of an indicator demonstrations are being organized against China's plan to impose broad national security measures in Hong Kong hundreds have gathered to demonstrate in the city central shopping hub there's been a heavy police presence and that's dispersed protesters in other areas across the city the White House is watching these protests closely now sources tell us it's considering sanctions on China tied to the crackdown on Hong Kong for the very latest on that front we turned to Bloomberg Selena most sent in Washington the treasury department could impose controls on transactions increased after the Chinese officials businesses and financial institutions for implementing a new national security law that is curtailing the rights and freedoms of Hong Kong citizens so far we know the trump administration is considering the range of sanctions they have not come to any decision whether to do that yeah meantime the house is set to pass a different set of legislation sanctioning Chinese officials for human rights abuses against Muslims the measure passed the Senate with unanimous consent and also has broad support in the house that vote is set for today

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"u s china ties" Discussed on The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis

The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis

07:10 min | 7 months ago

"u s china ties" Discussed on The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis

"Seventy five years crazy isn't it? My God man's Saint God bless 'em God lesson. Let's just focused on him for once. All right Gary Lewis with you here. Can Spam seventy two sons most stimulating? Talk three things. I think you need to know quickly number one. We'll get to more this NATO. Five Pima County supervisors pretty much push Just about everything 'til Thursday two pm where another is going to be these restaurant owners about their. He's dumb regulations the a couple of crazy ones but remorse. Valdez said listen. This is always a work in progress. You that's what business owners want. Let's change everything that can be changed again. Get Out of here second thing. I think you need to know. Nbc News Reporter. Casey this morning says yeah. Whenever I stick my microphone in front of Martha mcsally face and asked about trump's. She runs away. And now now there's Arizona Republican operatives here in Arizona Republican operatives in Arizona Blaming Sally for trump terrible poll numbers. If you WANNA BELIEVE TERRIBLE. Say she's got no charisma can't get him excited. Ado third thing that I think you need to know new audio coming out Joe Biden. Not good for him. Recorded calls put out by A Ukrainian politician so listen to this at a press conference. It's put Vice President Biden in the former president of Ukraine. And the president. Chris I got rid of that Guy Shokhin for you did nothing wrong. But I him to resign in. Providence had good. Now you get your billion dollars. I mean it's hello quid quo quid. Pro Jo three things. I think you need to know all right. Let's continue. Let's get back with Danny McCarthy Daniel. Thank you for hanging on me. I appreciate it by the way and its entire interview will be up a CANISTER DOT COM so. Enjoy that so Daniel you. Let's go to this again. We were talking about more Kelly and China and everything and and people can find the story about more Kelly by the way. My facebook page. Scroll Down facebook dot com slash Gary Lewis Radio like it. Follow it. You scroll down. See The story about more Kelly and the The Chinese investments into worldview which pima county. But I remember when to stay was in lockdown you went to the capital you went to Phoenix and you met a A nurse who had six kids and he was furloughed and and you and he questioned care Chris very nicely very professionally and you telling me. This guy was fired from his job. That's right. Yeah so this guy. I met him at the first rally. He came up to me and he goes like he goes. Everything you're saying is true Daniel that the hospitals etc. It's I'm a nurse. They've laid me. They've already cut ours back so he was only working a couple of days. A ship will then. We Got Care Chris just by pure accident by the way we were literally walking out of the Capitol. We came down from the governor's office. My I think fourth or fifth attempt to get the governor to come out and talk to us and then we walked downstairs. We walk outside there she is. She's walking by get this on film and I. He's the guy actually. I'm actually behind the camera. I didn't even get ms way. Let him call well. He gets fired so being right now. This guy he he literally cut fired from from I don't know exactly what healthcare he works for. But this guy. You should have a month sometime. I think it'd be he's a he's a guy and I mean I feel bad. 'cause the guy literally gets fired. I using his first amendment rights. This is what this country has gone through is going through. It's it's really. It's like the twilight zone. That's the only way I can relate it. I wake up in the morning probably like just like your listeners and I think my living through a horrific dream here and I WANNA be. I WanNa be clear though because we were talking about this when I'm saying that we're under attack. I literally saying that we're under attack rate. The the Chinese operatives are entrenched inside of our our propaganda arm of the media they're entrenched inside of Academia. You name the category of the sector of our government in their inside of it and they are operating in Ray. Now specifically with technology technologies the big the big hurdle that we're dealing with I I think that if we don't move manufacturing back to the United States if we don't separate ourselves from globalization rather quickly and I'm saying in a rapid succession me. We're we're very vulnerable. So it's yeah this. This fight is the fight of our lives and everyone. I'm asking of course support of for our campaign if you can mobilize around our candidacy if you propel me pass the primary. What you've basically done is is. You've created a story line that cannot be ignored. There's doesn't matter how much money Mike Bloomberg jumps into the race. I compete against money all the time. There's nothing you can do about the a better product and we will have a better product. The Republican Party a true constitutionalist a true conservative. And we can win this race and we can make sure that like I said we can start pushing back and it's it's long past due that we push back tell you. What's in the Tucson Area? You're up in the Phoenix area. We don't really see much. It's like we get forgotten about. They think it's just all blue in. It is what it is but you know you're talking about again. How did not you know we need to bring everything back? I don't see Martha Singer. This is more Kelly is doing any interviews. He asked this. Does he say the same thing? Does he say anything like this? No Right now. They're going to stay so isolated. The two of them Martha Listen. Martha was silent when the churches are being shutdown. She's silent on the impeachment. When the president was being impeached. She's silent when people have to stay home. She's now hiding behind that. She's not a real candidate. I I'm trying to tell everybody this and I hate to say it like this. But she's controlled opposition. She frankly is there to lose. I know that's like people are gonNA say man that's A. That's a pretty out there. Theory Noah folks politics at this level is much worse than what I thought it was. And I'm this is me coming to you reporting to you from a civilian nine months ago. It seeing it now hand. We're dealing with a critical Race here and it's imperative that we do not allow that man to win the seat. He is the most dangerous senator potentially in the United States. And we're being lied to folks. I know you know this I guarantee you firsthand but we are completely being lied to about what really is going on here. They are trying to change the culture of the United States. They have changed the culture of the United States in order for us to comply with what they have in their in their plans Their plans are again. It's it's to make sure that states is not the predominant power in the world jeeze. Well Daniel Thank you for listening and I think this is something. You've got to keep pumping because this is the main storyline right now in this country and we're getting drug manufacturing back here. The president signed that That ordering the to basically stop the reliance on our on our generic drugs. Any drugs made India and China. He's making bringing back. You're going to get a national stockpile. There's a lot that he's doing. I know you're on. The same page is him and I don't see the other two being any part of it. We'll get John Again. Man Demand Daniel Dot. Com is the website Danny McCarthy. Thanks for the time brother. I appreciate it. Thank you as always Gary for everything. Thank you for having me. Thank you very much. I look forward to serving you. All Right Take Care Danny McCarthy right here on..

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"u s china ties" Discussed on The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis

The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis

04:00 min | 7 months ago

"u s china ties" Discussed on The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis

"They have contracts with NASA. So all of a sudden changes, ten cent, their investment arm, which the government told him go invest in the only reason they do, it is so they can steal intellectual data so they you know. Mark Kelly has investors from again. Senators Senators have said ten cents as an arm of the Chinese Communist Party right so they are so he is dumb enough to have now. Defense contracts works. He must be working on top secret things you working on things with our Defense Department and China. I mean how do they not have a way to possibly spy and steal our intellectual property and secrets? There! and. You can guarantee that again. You have an individual that will represent you in the United States. Senate, that will be sympathetic towards China's agenda. It's just that simple I this doesn't. It's a fact at this point. There's no reason of denying it this. This race has now turned into the most critical Senate race in the United States there's no doubt about it. We cannot allow that man to win this seat. So what do we do here again? This damn demand Daniel Dot com is the website Danny. McCarthy on campus have seven ninety. Trump is is ma'am. You could tell. His demeanor has changed a lot I'm friends with President. She bubba now he's just saying I'm mad at you. I'm not happy, not happy. It's obvious and now there's word out reports out that they're trying to. The Chinese are trying to hack into our pharmaceutical companies and steel. Steel the information on back seen, so they can get it I. I mean these are very bad people. I guess my question is. We have a guy like Kelly has been around for a long time. His wife was in Congress Martha's been in Congress since two thousand fourteen and she she's been trying since twenty ten basically to get into Congress. Why didn't these people see you know? Trump saw years ago the threat of China. Why didn't these people see it? And when did you realize the.

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Harvard professor charged with hiding China ties, payments

All Things Considered

03:54 min | 11 months ago

Harvard professor charged with hiding China ties, payments

"Kelly a Harvard University professor has been charged with lying to federal authorities about his ties to the Chinese government the case against professor Charles Lieber is one of three tying to China that justice department officials announced today in Boston justice correspondent Ryan Lucas is here with more either all right SO three China related cases listed a Harvard professor first what we know about him so Charles lever is the chair of Harvard's chemistry and chemical biology department he's been at Harvard for around thirty years very prominent in his field he leads a research group at the university of focuses on nanotechnology so tiny technology in everything from biology and medicine to energy and computing officials say that since two thousand eight he has received more than fifteen million dollars in research grants from the US government so those would be for the national institutes of health and the defense department those funds require you to disclose any ties particular financial ties to foreign universities and foreign governments and so what's the case against him so the criminal complaint filed in Boston says that lever secretly signed a contract in two thousand eleven with a Chinese University to guide research at that institution he didn't tell Harvard about that he also allegedly signed on to be part of something known as China's thousand talents plan a US officials say that this is a a Chinese government program that is designed to essentially lure American researchers American scientists into sharing their expertise with China the complaint has copies of both of these agreements that lever allegedly entered into with China and he was well compensated by the Chinese for this the complaint says that he was paid up to fifty thousand dollars a month he got some a hundred and fifty thousand dollars per year in addition to that for living expenses more than a million dollars in funding for a lab in China now his current legal predicament though comes from allegedly line about all of this when asked about it by Pentagon investigators and the national institutes of health because remember grants from the Pentagon and N. I. H. require that you disclose collaboration with foreign researchers aren't we mentioned there are two other cases to other cases that the justice department announced both also related to China what details do we know about those so these are from the Boston area as well and they're both against Chinese nationals and one of them if the cases against a Chinese woman who is conducting research at Boston University the allegations against her include that you lied on her visa form a to hide the fact that she is a Chinese military officer the feds reviewed her electronic devices and found that she had done research on US military projects and was compiling information on to US scientists who specialized in robotics and computer science the other case is against a Chinese man who had been doing cancer cell research at a Boston Medical Center he was stopped at Logan airport back in December federal agents found twenty one vials of biological material squirreled away in a sock in his luggage he originally told agents he didn't have anything as bags later admitted that he was trying to take the vials to try not to do his own research wow alright so these three cases is it a coincidence that they were all announced at the same time as their bigger picture here well the bigger picture these cases involve nanotechnology robotics chemistry biomedical research the US attorney for Massachusetts and leveling said that this is not an accident or coincidence this is a small sample of Chinas ongoing campaign to siphon off American technology and know how for Chinese games so American officials are really trying to push back against what they say is the Chinese government's a relentless efforts to steal US intellectual property US research in trade secrets they say China is deliberately targeting high tech fields like the ones we talked about today they say China is using traditional intelligence officers but also businessman researchers and yes academics to try to get their hands on this stuff

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"u s china ties" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 11 months ago

"u s china ties" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A Harvard professor appears in court accused of lying to federal agencies about his ties to China WBZ's Karen regal with this story Charles lever woke up a Harvard professor will go to bed in a cell is a federal and may have to be arrested doctor Charles lever for making false statements regarding his involvement in China's thousand talents plan and affiliation with the Wuhan university of technology U. S. attorney and ruling says labor accepted hundreds of thousands from China to funnel talent and technology to China and that's a problem because he also took great money from the defense department and national institutes of health those programs require doctor lever to disclose if he is working with including receiving funding from any foreign power lever was shackled as he was led out of court bill hearing Thursday at federal court in South Boston Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio coming up raising awareness of officer suicides right now for three out to the roads we go and is mine king with his super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic down the threes how are we looking this our minds are just terrible on route one twenty eight through Needham in Dedham Laurie itself found one twenty eight that's a standstill from highland have down to Dedham over four miles with the left lane crash at route one oh nine the expressway south bound all brake lights coming out of the tunnel loosens up by South Bay your back into by furnace brook parkway it's about twenty five minutes top to bottom now north sounds okay all the way and three south crawling through Braintree just getting word of a crash down after union straight and that much farther south some stop and go through Duxbury with a break down in a bad spot before route fourteen up to the north we go let's check out what route one twenty eighty now them offer insurance Dr I can tell you the copper and one twenty eight in a lot better shape than the lower end as north under delays start up in Burlington around three A. from their on again off again slowdowns up toward ninety three in reading and that it lets loose up in a live feel Krista docket of offering insurance caught my ninety three northbound inching along celeb and square up to Medford route three is backed up shortly after one twenty eight a past Concord road all the mass pike westbound delay is getting out past Newton corner but it's good farther west miking with WBZ's traffic on.

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"u s china ties" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"u s china ties" Discussed on Short Wave

"Okay becky first things first about this deal. It was adopted in in two thousand fifteen by almost two hundred countries around the globe. So like you know pretty simple to extremely simple. It didn't take any time at all no took years. I mean you. Literally early have delegations from all these countries sitting in rooms like meeting after meeting arguing about every single word. Every country has veto power. When you write this so does not sound like a nightmare? Yeah literally like if Surinam doesn't like the word promise in paragraph eighty-six Hamas's strong we all go back to the drawing board. So they did that for years in years and years and years but they did figure it out because at the end of the day everyone seemed to basically agree. That working together is better than not working together on global warming because everyone is messed up by it. I think you can screw to everyone screwed okay so now that the US is leaving. It's the only country that's doing it. We're like an outsider. Yeah and it actually takes real resolve to leave this thing because all that time that we spent writing it. We were really focused on making sure that it was hard to leave. It's designed to be easy to join and hard to leave and that's because we were worried you know something could happen. Another country could have an election. A new leader would come in and and in fact it seemed like a good idea because there's been a lot of political turmoil since it was signed since two thousand fifteen Brazil India Turkey China Japan these big hitters. They've all had a lot of political turmoil right. That's one of the ironies of all this even though we're the ones have been pointing to these potential scenarios problems with the countries. We seem to be the biggest problem. That guys named Andrew Light he used to be a top climate official at the State Department. He actually helps negotiate the Paris Agreement back in the day these agreements are just only as good as the commitments from each country. Okay and what were those commitments. Like wooded we sign up for so the American commitment under the Paris Agreement is to reduce national greenhouse gas emissions by about a quarter twenty six to twenty eight percent compared to where they weren't chosen five. It's like a moderately ambitious a lot of wealthier countries including the US also promised to help pay poorer countries for the cost of switching to cleaner energy sources for adopting a warmer world. But here's what's really cool will about Paris. What sets it apart? Everyone gets to choose their own adventure. Ooh I like just because the US promise this emissions reduction this amount of money doesn't I mean everyone else has to do so like China for example they have a really different economy from us. They're growing a lot faster for one thing. They're promise was basically that their emissions would stop growing by answer near actually ahead of schedule so people hope they'll set a bigger promise coming up but all of those individual promises from China from us from everyone else it all has is to add up to keeping global temperatures from rising more than two degrees or really ideally one point five degrees Celsius compared to when we didn't have any factories like pre industrial Austria levels. How we doing on that Hersher real bad? We're not on track as a global community we are not on track to do it and impart. That's because even though president trump has just formally so that we're withdrawing the trump administration has been moving to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement and rolling back all of the things that help us reduce emissions for years. It goes back to June. Two thousand seventeen the United States will withdraw from the parallels the administration is formalizing something climate accord. They've already been doing. We've been seeing signs that they're done with this relationship they are making it real exactly. Yes and those signs start with saying we're leaving way before we were actually able to leave but it's not just words like we didn't just say relieving. The trump administration has systematically been rolling back all the federal laws are many of the federal laws about climate change. So things like how much pollution can cars cars and trucks and power plants emit. The trump administration has been saying more words and they've given a couple of different reasons for why they're doing this like what okay in that speech that we just heard from seventeen one reason that president trump gave was that the Paris agreement is too expensive. The Paris Paris agreement handicaps the United States economy in order to win praise from the very foreign capitals and global activists that have long sought to gain wealth at our country's expense so like all those requirements to transition to cleaner energy sources. You know stop burning somebody. Fossil fuels help other countries. Do the same would be way too expensive. That doesn't really square with most economic analyses. Okay when you add up up all the costs because it does cost a lot you know need to build new power plants and get new appliances new cars and they have to charge instead of gas. It is an incentive cost US money for sure but there are also a lot of costs to deal with all the effects of climate change if we do nothing right more frequent and severe storms. Think of how much it costs to rebuild we build home. That's been damaged rice right and wildfires to adapt to hotter temperatures in cities that requires all sorts of infrastructure upgrades. We have agriculture. That's being affected. Do you have to adapt to that costs a lot. Especially when you look in the long term and on top of all that there's actually an economic benefit to be had from MM adopting right if you're the person who's providing the new technology. Yeah yeah like the business okay. That makes them right. So if American businesses for example are the ones doing that that's a boon for our economy in theory. Basically when you add it all up. It's hard to imagine a situation where it makes the most economic sense to do nothing right. Okay so what comes is next now that the US has said we're done. We're out of Paris. Well we have to wait a year right because as I said he's join her to leave. If at any point that you're we say oh wait we'd we're not sure that's fine. Oh you mean by hardly you have multiple opportunities to say keep asking your you sure. Are you ready to Grad School. It's just like and at the end of that year will be out but before that the. US State Department is actually going to send a delegation to to the meeting of all the countries that are in the Paris Agreement. Because we're technically still in right and that's going to be a little bit awkward. Like last year I went to the meeting was sort of like. Hey what the Americans up to are they an or they out this year. It's going to be like okay. They're out but are we. Becky you know what I mean like. That's the question because what's to stop a new administration if that happens in two thousand twenty one from just reentering this thing and restarting the policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions surfing. There's nothing stopping them on inauguration day twenty twenty one. That's Andrew late again you know. They can communicate to the United Nations that the United States intends to get back in and we want to get back in the Paris Agreement. It takes thirty days for that to happen. So that's pretty much the easy part. The hard part comes after that will be actually getting the US back on track to reduce reduce greenhouse gas emissions. So you're went up last year. If we were to get back into the Paris agreement in a serious way there would be a real rush to get us back on track right okay. So what changes were out like for real. If in one year we are out what happened okay so for one thing. They're these meetings. Were all the countries that are in the agreement men come together and talk about it the. US will no longer have a formal role in those. So that's kind of a big deal because the US is one of the biggest greenhouse gas meters letters in the world. So it's Kinda strange right to have these meetings where you're talking about it. But one of the biggest isn't there NPR Science reporter. Rebecca Hersher. Thank you appreciate you thanks. I appreciate if I committed to a climate agreement with you I would never leave it okay the US about before we go. 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Trump claims he will investigate Google for 'treasonous' China ties

Noon Business Hour

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Trump claims he will investigate Google for 'treasonous' China ties

"President trump says his administration's going to examine Google's relationship with China it's being questioned by some leaders in the tech industry to bring us up to date Terence dopp is joining us a reporter in Bloomberg news based in New York Terry thanks for being with us so what's going on here what what's the accusation against Google thank you well today president trump said he wants it Attorney General Barr to look into these allegations right here scale specifically why Peter Jones said during a speech over the weekend a wise that essentially Google is you know his course seemingly treasonous by going after international markets in overlooking US interests now as a in the one we're talking about Google here obviously you're talking about a global company so there's probably a pretty delicate dance for Google because it wants to have a worldwide market worldwide income and growth yeah that that is sort of the the business outlook as you can imagine the global hasn't been there to a future in the store so far but Hey they are saying that they do not work with the Chinese military and there are you know you're not exactly allegations are that you know they are going west so what is the danger for Google now that the president says he's going to have someone look into this what what sort of a risk is there what might happen well I mean as you can imagine with any sort of a of a of an investigation of this character again the kombi are there there are a number of enter our country we could be talking you know anything from you know some sort of administrative our solution to to you know casually larger issue I don't think anyone really knows I don't think there's any reason to believe or speculate on what the potential outcome is

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"u s china ties" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"u s china ties" Discussed on KCRW

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"u s china ties" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"u s china ties" Discussed on World News Analysis

"Podcast by searching world news analysis, China and the US will hold top level diplomatic in security talks in Washington DC on Friday as both countries work toward resolving a trade dispute. Jonah's set last month, the two sides initially agreed in principle to hold a second round of diplomatic security talks in October. But they were postponed at Washington's request. Monday's of announcement comes after you was President Donald Trump and. Chinese president Xi Jinping spoke by telephone last week. And is pressed optimism ahead of an experiment meeting at the G twenty summit in Argentina for more on the latest development on China US relations. We're now joined on the line by John high research fellow was Chinese Academy of social sciences. Good evening, Dr Joel. The diplomatic security talks have been postponed for about a month, though. No, why do they feel it is the right time to restart talks? Now. Well, first of all look back and see what happened. Why delayed the dialogue last month is because that in the past couple of months, but you are has continued to you own me to pressure China, all of the for the US also pressured and also have problem with military-to-military relations with China, for instance, of the sanctions that the Chinese high level fficials for purchasing weapons from Russia. The also section Chinese companies military research and production related companies and forbidding them from purchasing from the US. And also recently we've heard a white president Pence being United States, which many in China believe it's a kind of of species threaten China and making the relationship even worse. So under that circumstance, it's very hard for the two sides come together and to talk with each other. However, they're urgent issues to talk about without both. Side of sitting down and have a dialogue. It's very hard to resolve those issues and making situations even more interest just last month when two destroyers from those on the US side and Tyneside sailing, the US South China Sea, the almost collect with each other with years between them so I think when the also remember last month. States compelled visited not only Japan. Also, try to to try to push forward the most career denuclearization issue. He also had a problem had a very brief staying China about three or four hours, and there's no apparent outcome from that negotiation. So I think at this point both sides realize particularly US realize that without high level communications is tuition has offense getting out of control. So alter the mid-term they decided to you know, it's okay to come back to talk with each other. So do you think there's much we can expect from the talks to this Friday? Well, the thing is if you look at the statements from both side, it's very brave, and they didn't specify what kind of public. They will talk about however from the president president polk's between presidency. I'm President Trump to talk about. Seems down. There say technical problem here, we will get Mr. Dr gel back in a minute of. Let's look at some latest update of the headline news a pair of forums have taken place on the sidelines of the China international import expert in Shanghai participants. They hone Shell International economic and trade forum have mainly discussed ways to stimulate global trade and create a new pattern for openness in the system. They've also shared views about the relationship among trade and opening up in avation investment. The statement released following the hotel forum has issued a call to international community to resist unilateralism and protectionism and now with Dr gel bag. So Dr gel, we are seeing positive son sear, but a thing is how long do you think the chew size can Menteng such good positive moment momentum? It really depends on very much on US domestic politics, and particularly what happened moral author of the midterm election in the US. I think alter that the pressure of maternal on the Trump administration will be loosened and the situation will be clear, and I think I'm foreign policy. President Trump has house more room to negotiate with China. So I think you're too late is positives. Fines, so far, we expect continuous warming relations between two until the president two years of both your time meet in by the end of November, however should lower expectations because for the last half year because their relationship has frozen coming into you know, in pre production and.

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"u s china ties" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"u s china ties" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Fresh Frederick from the United States around trade some important meetings underway US, equity, futures currently call just a little bit lower on. The s. and p. five. Hundred we'll keep a close eye on that for you but now I. Ll around the world. And cross back out to Debra Debra Is there tariffs returned to, the headlines later Wednesday when President Trump meets a, delegation from the European Union hours ahead of the talks he tweeted that tariffs. Are the greatest sending a warning to America's trade partners of more duties if they don't agree with what he thinks. Are fair deals Brussels says John Claude younger isn't. Carrying a new deal to Washington but simply wants to sound out possible, solutions Nice but they're rough They're all coming in. To. See me tomorrow They're all coming to the house Said you have to. Change they, didn't, want. To change I said okay. Good we're gonna tariff your, cars they said millions of cars Pakistanis are, voting today in an election seen as crucial to US and China ties former cricket superstar Imran Khan is seen as a slight. Favorite although none of the three main parties is expected to win, a clear majority paves the. Way for potentially fractious coalition talks Pakistan's next leader must, work with the military on control of nuclear weapons national security and. Foreign policy UK Prime Minister Theresa may has taken control of Brexit talks sidelining her new chief. Negotiator with just eight months to. Go sterling rose as investors interpreted the move as a shift towards a soft divorce from the man. Other leading figures have said this we. Ready planning for the UK. To crash, out, of. The single market next March. With no deal trade relations In a drought, across the Black Sea region. And much of Europe has forced Egypt to pay the, highest price for we in more than three years Bloomberg is told. Cairo bought four hundred twenty thousand times for early September delivery at just over two hundred thirty. Five dollars a tonne benchmark futures. Traded in Chicago have served this year and Peres wheat for December delivery hit record.

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"u s china ties" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"u s china ties" Discussed on KGO 810

"Citizens it's not true president spoke at the white house yesterday also criticizing sanctuary cities calling them havens for illegal alien criminals immigration and customs enforcement says five hundred children separated from their parents at the southern border have now been reunited with their families about fifteen hundred children are still being detained however maryland democratic senator ben cardin says the president's executive order stopping the separations is not sufficient does does one thing it says that when they come to the border they'll be kept together the parent and the child for up to twenty days but they're still going to be created treated as a criminal and therefore it is still very likely the child will be taken away from the parent and create an unaccompanied child here in america that's not what should be done president trump and the european union threatening each other over automobile trade tariffs correspondent claire sebastian says both american and european car makers are worried that this will escalate beyond just words the maker of mercedesbenz already warned this week it's profits would be hit by the us china ties and this could also come back to bite the us economy european comic is already manufacture many of their vehicles in the us if that profits get hit so will us jobs president trump is up and tweeting this morning eat eleven tweet so far most of them re tweets at his own messages from yesterday this late word of vatican court has convicted a former diplomat of possession and distribution of child porn i'm christopher cruise next you're holding up the line ma'am what did you say you're next in line for the.

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"u s china ties" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"u s china ties" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"E four times a week passengers at this beijing station crowd onto an overnight service found the pyongyang the train is an embodiment of china's ties to north korea geographically politically and economically the truth i'll be off members stand by we'll list welcome to to your house i'm going on holiday this chinese woman tells me do you worry that it has nuclear weapons no i don't think it will be a problem the situation is good she says korea their soldiers still make warren on the hills full of tiny it's a friendship sealed in blood finite might all chinese attack the enemy rate from the mount china's intervention on the north side in the korean war cost the lives of at least one hundred eighty thousand chinese soldiers more than six decades on there is still a shared world worldview chinese people may occasionally be unnerved by the nuclear brinkmanship on their border but there's also a degree of sympathy north korea's logic is after all china's logic atomic weapons as a security guarantee against the same military rival america.

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"u s china ties" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"u s china ties" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"E four times a week passengers at this beijing station crowd onto an overnight service found the pyongyang the train is an embodiment of china's ties to north korea geographically politically and economically the truth i'll be off members stand by we'll list welcome to to your house i'm going on holiday this chinese woman tells me do you worry that it has nuclear weapons no i don't think it will be a problem the situation is good she says korea their soldiers still make warren on the hills full of tiny it's a friendship sealed in blood finite might all chinese attack the enemy rate from the mount china's intervention on the north side in the korean war cost the lives of at least one hundred eighty thousand chinese soldiers more than six decades on there is still a shared world worldview chinese people may occasionally be unnerved by the nuclear brinkmanship on their border but there's also a degree of sympathy north korea's logic is after all china's logic atomic weapons as a security guarantee against the same military rival america.

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"u s china ties" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"u s china ties" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"A foot to sell if thirty five fighters thirty five as the the short takeoff landing bush and to the republic of china if force on taiwan but britain hasn't a role in that they stuck with beijing and beijing is one of the great trading partners and investors in britain just as it is in australia so what britain is going to have to do before it decides what it can do operationally is think what it wishes to do strategically in the long run and supplies to the united states and australia as well does the the the axis of uk australia uk us do they attempt to contain beijing and i think that's what the heading towards and if they can they wanna contain beijing then they have to change their policies towards moscow because what's essential to balance beijing is moscow so do you want to does britain want to could you know mend fences with moscow dude in order to contain beijing or have an alliance with beijing to contain moscow in which case perhaps the british really need specific fleet and what's the role of nato getting to be to achieve what the new uk wants because much of britain's defense planning has been built around nato in recent years they forgot their allies in the indo pacific and in the south atlantic to a large extent and just built the capabilities around what they wanted and now nato has got to decide what it what it wishes to be and britain and the us and canada particularly need to decide what they want to do with nato because basically britain now needs to access the peripheral power of europe and in many respects needs to contain metropolitan europe so that for that to that end will nato break it self apart and become uk canada us maybe poland and start looking at containing central asia maybe the brits have even have ticky in that all frankly turkeys a bit of a poisoned fruit but yeah the question is written wants to still focus on nato we'd have the resources to do what needs let's get one brief example greg have just a little bit over a minute you write that beijing having denied that it was building a military base advantage to has built the world's longest war from the.

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"u s china ties" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"u s china ties" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"The end and he tweets good things are happening but only time will tell and so what role of any did president trump in play in arriving at these two korean leaders they meeting today i think president trump in his administration deserves a great deal of credit by deepening economic sanctions that were begun during the obama administration and by really tightening on pressure especially getting the chinese on board and so i think you know president trump is in charge of the united states at the moment so he earns the victory and it's also his responsibility to see this through and there's another player to isn't it this china and so is it possible that this mr kim's mysterious trip to china recently has something to do with this absolutely the visit that kim driven play to beijing in meeting with xi jinping i think was absolutely critical and one of the lingering questions that in my mind is what may have been promised between the two sides what north korea committed to to china what china committed to north korea we already have seen some indications that china was reducing its enforcement of economic sanctions on north korea really just days after kim's on his visit to beijing and she didn't paying center very closely know that china will not be ignored china will not be cut out and china will need to play an important role really regardless of how this goes diplomacy succeeds or if it fails china's going to have a very critical role to play here no matter what the united states are china does it's going to come down to what north and south korea launched and how much they want this.

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"u s china ties" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"u s china ties" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"It it's not a trade what by the way getting back to your other though just for a second it's called the death tax which is really what it is and it's double taxation some people could say it's triple taxation but it is absolutely killing people that have farms and other businesses they leave up their their children and the children have to sell their business oftentimes at tremendous discount in order to pay the tax as far as china's concerned michael they are very upset with me because i'm the first one that said that china's ripping off the united states and they actually issued a release from the chinese government the highest officials saying that donald trump is wrong well the fact is we are in a trade war already the trade war is is lost by us because china charges tremendous tax and makes it impossible practically for our companies to go into china but we opened up our borders to china and their stuff pours in and we charge them no tax so it is and we've by the way we have a trade deficit with china of five hundred and five billion dollars but if you put on tariffs there's certainly not gonna stop selling to us what they're gonna do is grumble about it and pay the tax very happily wouldn't they because they need they need the market here number one number two we're going to start creating jobs in our country because they got there because they devalued their currency that's how they got there and that's why nobody's making anything in our country anymore so devalued their currency that's how they got there in the first place which in theory is virtually illegal and certainly marley illegal they're not supposed to be doing it they do it every chance they get and i don't know i hope you saw it but i was very proud of it where the chinese government issued a statement about trump yesterday and they actually say that we're the ones that are breaking the rules and regulations it's not they charge tax to go over there and they make it impossible practice our companies to compete and to go over to china and frankly we lose so much money dealing with china we have no choice but to do what we have to do and the politicians are and.

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