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erik's in positions of power it has caused devastating shadow over the papacy and with the church in deep crisis the latest lord to create by francis shined more light on how clerics should deal with cases of sexual abuse but the vatican's top sexual crimes investigator gave little indication on the penalties that could be faced i think a universal law has to factoring diversity of cultures. you know give to strict because otherwise it will be inoperative you need something. flexible enough to work they're all one million priests and nuns in the roman catholic church all of the must now report any cases of sexual abuse to church to paris and any cover ups even in countries where the law does not oblige them to do so it follows this year's summit on the issue as well as several high profile scandals such as the conviction of george pell the straight years highest ranking catholic
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now serving a six year sentence for sexually abusing two choir boys in a melbourne cathedral with a chilling cardinals accused and discreet as they covered up reports of child sexual abuse going back decades to victims of abuse vatican justice still has a long way to go. it's the church once again saying that they are going to investigate these allegations of these crimes but they are going to investigate themselves i'm afraid that isn't good enough that's what have i was in victims have been shouting for for years is that we cannot trust the church we cannot trust the officials to police themselves and even with a new system in place there is still no requirement to report these crimes to civil authorities a gaping hole in a system that has already failed so many victims of clerical sex abuse. al-jazeera still ahead on the bulletin two versions clients are among several people jailed in
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montenegro over a plot to oust the country's government class. i'm telling angela at the venice biennale ali when ninety countries are making their own artistic statement the one new arrival is already leading the pack. how to reign in the south in the west since because sure because i think for the weather in china the moment the brides the tops are those deeper shows the big sunder storms which seem to mostly over the water admittedly so we're going to lose all in taiwan but where you talk in some more secure into china returns to show itself in grungy or you know up in sichuan or was it hard ground it's not the focus i think on friday is more like to be in vietnam where there's
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a lot of cloud and the potential for some heavy rain but once more it forms in western china comes out today that quite possibly means that you are cut the dry days in hong kong and shanghai it is quite warm to twenty eight to twenty nine degrees although the humidity will be felt. so you see the master plan that covers both the southeast asia it tends to fall off halfords answer come on time in fact most of indonesia is looking dry from the satellite picture or way back through sumatra but you much as suitable for your screen that is a tropical cyclone a weak one that will probably not do anything around east timor showers and scattered around the heaviest ones most like to be brown thailand and cambodia for the next couple days and the storm the east timor disappears heat is still rising in the middle of india are seen forty eight recently otherwise it's dry. sponsored cancer our.
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destruction and despair a group of friends resist. rescuing books from the rubble they build a refuge for freedom and democracy. a secret library of hope from which they endeavor to rewrite their story and that of their country. to witness. a library under bombs on al-jazeera. that have you with us on al-jazeera and these are our top stories china has rejected accusations of backtracking on trade commitments with the us the head of new plan tower. president said earlier that
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a trade deal with china was still possible. iran's foreign minister says the european union should uphold its obligations under the twenty fifty nuclear deal and that includes normalizing economic ties with terror on. earlier projected iran sixty day ultimatum to protect it from u.s. sanctions. now the cia has warned friends and colleagues of murdered journalists. that their potential targets of the saudi government the report by time magazine says three people have been given security briefings in recent weeks it's thought they may be targeted for their criticism of crown prince mohammed bin sandman and vocal efforts to continue g.'s human rights work. now hundreds of protesters in france have gathered to try and stop the transfer of french weapons to saudi arabia the demonstrations were organized by several wyatt's groups and responds to an investigation alleging that french weapons have been used by saudis against civilians in yemen president is facing increasing pressure to review sales to the
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kingdom as a humanitarian crisis in yemen worsens the human says is that you need a war in yemen is a difficult war we are turned into supporters of saudi arabia and if we the french citizens do not try to stop arms sales will be accessories to this business we don't want this we don't want to be in the situation the french president shouldn't be allowed to decide on his own whether france should sell weapons this decision should belong to european democracies and requirement. but un security council has held an informal meeting on the continuing growth of illegal israeli settlements various member states reiterated that building on palestinian land violates the un resolutions and international nor allison in foreign minister the other maliki says u.s. policies aren't helping the stalled peace process so we cannot afford not to engage with any peace. but the us administration if would scan not be cut back their eyes nor can you find as. unfortunately
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all indicates this far that this is not a peace plan but rather conditions for surrender and there is no amount of money that can make it acceptable. or main while the u.s. special envoy says he thinks that the soon to be released u.s. peace plan for the region will be achievable. we share the goal with many of you here today of actually bringing about peace the vision for peace that we will soon put forward will be realistic and implementable but it will require compromises from both sides our team has attempted to look at these issues with a fresh perspective we have recognised the current reality but also what remains possible it is a serious effort to lay out the core issues of the conflict in enough detail that everyone will be able to imagine what peace could look like. a venezuelan
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opposition politician has sought refuge in argentina's embassy and caracas richard blanco was one of several opposition for the stripped of their parliamentary immunity last week another was arrested on wednesday supporters of his vice president of the national assembly chased police cars outside party headquarters as he was detained. south africa's governing african national congress is on course to win the general election with its lowest share of vote since the end of apartheid twenty five years ago the a.n.c. has won nearly fifty seven percent of the votes counted and that's a setback for president seven rama poza who replaced scandal head jacob zuma the main opposition democratic alliance has almost a quarter of the vote official results are expected on saturday the a.n.c. hasn't fallen below sixty percent and national election since one thousand nine hundred ninety four malcolm webb is inside the main results center and pictorial. the results are displayed on the screens in the two screens to the side showing
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results from the provincial elections they were held the same time people got to vote for provincial governments as well as the national government and the national results are shown in the middle seats in parliament divided up according to the share of the vote that each party gets and any party that gets a majority its leader becomes the president of south africa and all the parties will have desks over here we have their agents who are watching the results as they come in the african national congress as expect. it looks like it's going to keep its majority but with a smaller margin than ever before in second place the democratic alliance south africa's largest opposition party in third place and economic freedom fighters sitting here dressed in red it's their second election the party was founded just six years ago by politicians who were pushed out of the a.n.c. they've used their handful of seats in parliament since the last election to disrupt proceedings and criticized the a.n.c. looks like their vote share is slightly increasing on this side we have officials
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from the electoral commission compiling the data only interesting things that we've seen from this data that it's only about sixty five percent lower than it has been in some previous elections and even that number doesn't reflect about one quarter of eligible voters who chose to not even register for this election and what we've seen over successive elections as well as the decreasing vote share of the a.n.c. is also a decreasing voter turnout so it seems those voters that the a.n.c. is losing the support of many of them aren't going to opposition parties they're not convinced by the opposition anymore than they are by those in power so a growing number of them are not voting at all. to serving in our government forces the pushing into rebel held areas and hama and the provinces have captured the town . in the northwest as a whole the reports from beirut are fears of a larger offensive this is another day of airstrikes.
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and more civilian casualties. as a rescue workers move the wounded and take away the debt. of the fact that it's been almost two weeks of relentless bombing in northwest syria denied it nation says at least fifty opposition controlled villages have been targeted in northern hama nora. the lattakia and southern adlib provinces are going to. get it we want to see these people running away from country who want to help these families with food with much or says people are under the rubble until now. rebels have lost what opposition activists call the first line of defense of it lip syrian government forces have taken ground in the northern countryside of hama the last of the towns of foreign a buddha and collateral mahdi are seen as strategic wins rebel supply lines are now
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vulnerable and the m five international highway linking government controlled cities is a few kilometers east the government wants that road to revive trade and help the economy in nearby aleppo syria's commercial capital remains cut off from most of the countryside and poorly connected to the rest of syria russia which is backing the campaign says its military is implementing the sochi deal that was agreed with turkey in september foreign minister sergei lavrov said that memorandum is not about protecting what he called terrorists and yet another verbal attack against turkey for not creating a demilitarized zone around. love rog's statements indicate the scope of the military operation implementing the sochi deal does not mean a full scale assault to retake the entire province of idlib moscow knows that would threaten its alliance with turkey which wants to prevent a humanitarian crisis along its border and prevent a new wave of refugees crossing into its territory. turkey which has military
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positions around it live under its agreement with russia has not responded to the latest escalation but it too has criticised russia for failing to remove the syrian kurdish group the y. p.g. from in northern aleppo turkey considers the y.p. g a terrorist organization. trying to find. if russia will give them more. money but. which is on the table to russian. or supporters are trying to test the limits of each other to see how far we can. but serious power brokers are unlikely to push far enough to break in alliance they both benefit from neither side wants a large scale assault on it lip but even a limited operation is enough to destroy the lives of many. beirut. thirteen people including two russian secret service agents have been sentenced for
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twenty sixteen plot to overthrow montenegro's government the coup attempt was a bid to stop montenegro from joining nato the russian spies were sentenced in absentia to more than ten years and prison lets them out in a bitch has more from montenegro as capital podhoretz. two russian secret service agents. are sentenced to fifteen and twelve years of prison for creating criminal organization and attempt of terrorism in montenegro in two thousand and sixteen from a montenegrin prosecutor they pointed out as main organizers and finance service of a group of serbia and montenegro citizens two of them leaders of opposition democratic front strongest opposition in montenegro parliament which mainly represents ethnic serbs in this country according to a very direct they were planning to arctic montenegrin parliament. elections with weapons take to building capture and kill prime minister immunological courage and
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. antenatal leadership in order to prevent point in agro from joining nato even though these were strong accusations against russia moscow denied any involvement in these events. now the co-founder of facebook who worked with the c.e.o. mark zuckerberg in the social media giants early days as become the latest person to call for the platform to be broken up and regulated and an essay on the new york times chris hughes says has too much power in facebook's problems including what he calls sloppy privacy practices and the inability to stop the spreading of fake news facebook has responded saying that breaking up a successful american company won't lead to accountability. now the venice biennale is an opportunity for a half a million people to enter the world without leaving venice ninety countries are
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represented by individual pavilions given a snapshot of artistic output after fifty seven years of presence government has its first national pavilion as the country enjoys an artistic resurgence angela went to see it. spread along the avenues of the judge like artistic embassy's of the national pavilions all competing to be crowned the winner of the venice biennale. the longer the queue the more popular the show in this year france is considered one to watch. it's. his taking visitors on a dreamlike journey films sculpture and dances. and the us pavilion with its exhibition of martin is sorted sculptures is also proving popular . bringing a national vision to venice is a hugely expensive undertaking most of these billions were originally built and paid for by governments but most are now privately funded european countries
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dominate here but there have been some new arrivals this year pakistan madagascar and gonna he's unique he's already making waves showing six artists this pavilion delves into the legacy of gone as independent looks to the future with paintings videos photos and installations designed by architect david the villian is already reinventing traditional white cube gallery space we brought here when you're looking at this is this is this is west africa this is this oil that has been applied by venetian plaster. so the pollutions of the best plaster of the world hands down so we said you know here you tried it and you tried. and this is an amazing job lining. one ball is the work of abraham hama using salvage materials and smoked fish the smell that fills the space decided that i was going to go
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around industrial spaces like railways and out of places and collect. photographs from our friends that would complicate. the narrative around the piece of work on another curved wall hangs the haunting sculptures of al and sui made from used bottle tops the shoes curator hopes to capitalize on the success in venice. the architects have been talking you know without government for some time now about building cultural structure back creating resonance and this even though it's a great chapter is really any attempt and this bigger book of what we're going to do. with this pavilion ghana has brought an extra element of energy and creativity to the international scene making it one to watch charlie angela al-jazeera the venice.
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and again all of the prominent of the headlines on al-jazeera china has rejected accusations of backtracking on trade commitments for the u.s. ahead of new plan tariffs on its goods president obama trump said earlier that a trade deal with china while still possible i have no idea what's going to happen i did get last night a very beautiful letter from president xi let's work together let's see if we can get something. but they renegotiated the deal i mean they took whether it's intellectual property theft they took many many fortune of that deal and they renegotiated it can't do that. and i'm different than a lot of people i happen to think that tariffs were a country. very powerful you know with a piggy bank that everybody steals from including china. iran's foreign minister says the european union should uphold its obligations under the twenty fifty nuclear deal and that includes normalizing economic ties with ted on that comes after leaders rejected iran's that sixty day old mate and to protect it from u.s.
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sanctions. the cia has warned friends and colleagues of murdered journalist ji that their potential targets of the saudi government the report by time magazine says three people have been given security briefings that in recent weeks they include activists living in norway and the disease and canada a third person is in the u.s. but has asked not to be named security services warn that they may be targeted for continuing calls for reform in saudi arabia the u.s. says it seized a north korean cargo ship that's violated international sanctions justice department officials say the ship one of north korea's largest was trying to transport coal it was first detained in indonesia a year ago and a suicide bomber in iraq has killed four people that injured six others that a market and the solders that the district of baghdad the blast happened with a bomb or were surrounded by security forces well those are the headlines on
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al-jazeera inside story is coming up next thank you very much for watching. could trade talks between the u.s. and china collapse donald trump says beijing is breaking the deal while china and says it won't be pressured into making more concessions so who's winning the trade war this is inside story. hello and welcome to the program i'm imran khan attempts to end the u.s.
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china trade disputes that appeared to be making progress but just what a deal was looking more likely a rift has opened up between the world's two biggest economies the u.s. says china is backtracking on promises such as protecting intellectual property and stopping unfair trade practices president donald trump is raising the tariff on two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese goods from friday beijing is promising to retaliate and says it won't bow to pressure to make any more concessions both sides are taking an aggressive stance as china's vice prime media heads to washington for the latest round of negotiations that broke that. they can't do that so they'll be paying. we don't make the deal nothing wrong with take it in over one hundred billion dollars a year. hundred billion we never did that before and we won't back down until china stops cheating our workers and stealing our jobs and that's what's going to happen
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otherwise we don't have to do business with them we don't have to do business we can make the product right here if we have to like we used to remember like we used to. let's hear from all correspondent a german brown in beijing. well this was supposed to be the week of popping champagne corks after ten months of often torturous negotiations eleven rounds of talks the united states and china were apparently going to finally sign a deal that would end those differences but on sunday night president donald trump detonated an art of the deal grenade just as he did over north korea he seemed to be saying that the chinese side had now begun to drag their feet they were playing for time the talks he said were going to slowly his trade representative robert light hisor went a step further a few days later he said the chinese side had now essentially written aid gone back
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on just about everything they had agreed to in those previous negotiations with the united states now the question is if china has started to backtrack and to backtrack in such a significant way then why well analysts say this is almost certainly down to intervention by president xi jinping who may well feel that his negotiators have been conceding too much giving too much away and this is a year remember when china's president china's leader has to look strong stronger than usual because on october the first china will mark the seventieth anniversary of the founding of the people's republic of china not a year then when a chinese leader kind of fall to appear weak so president xi jinping once a deal but he doesn't want to deal at any cost so what happens now i think here in beijing among you know most experts analysts you talk to there is a
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a grim realisation i think that these terrorists these new terrorists are going to happen and that chinese negotiators have precious little time to avoid that happening these negotiations after all and on for. now it is of course possible that there will be a surprise breakthrough but most you know analysts i've spoken to say they feel that you know there possibly is going to be a deal eventual e not just now. the question is the key thing is will the two sides continue negotiating if they do i think that'll be enough to stabilize stock markets here in china which have suffered their biggest full incidentally in more than three years big falls as well of course in hong kong but if there is a rupture then of course you know we're going to see market volatility for days if
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not weeks to have to car in the meantime china is saying that it's promising countermeasures against any new sanctions without specifying what they are but it's fair to assume that china has anough in its arsenal to made life very difficult for us corporations here in china if it wants to adrian brown for inside story while campaigning for president donald trump accused china of stealing u.s. jobs he ordered a review of the u.s. trade deficit and its main causes once he entered the white house in march last year trump imposed the first round of tariffs directly targeting chinese products china soon retaliated by july both countries were imposing more than three hundred sixty billion dollars of levies on each other in december the chinese and the us president agreed to hold new tariffs and begin talks but before any agreement could be reached trump renewed his accusations and threats of new tariffs.
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joining us are our guests in beijing dan one analyst at the economist intelligence units access china's service on skype from taipei russ feingold and asia political risk analyst attorney. and republican political consultant and also in beijing i know a tongue in a china political risk analysts who is advise the chinese government on economic and development issues i'd like to begin in beijing with. china and the us have had a fruitful relationship for the last thirty years ever since china shall we say pivoted away from communism and became a global economy the deal seems to have worked however soon as donald trump takes power they seems to be an issue can you just explain to us what's at the heart of all of this. i think it is a combined a result of a shift in power and the interpretation of it because in the past forty years china
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is probably the largest the largest beneficiary from the current trading system has benefited more than a us with a double digit economic growth almost every year so now and live to the millions out of poverty and it's becoming the second largest economy in the world but always look at it on the u.s. economy is doing ok not nearly as impressive as china does and again quality has become a major issue in the u.s. and the politics is very divided so facing this especially after president xi jinping has took office the relationship between us and china has really changed we saw that the u.s. labeled china as a revisionist and then as a competitor so from their original follower of the us china started to arise as this major producer a manufacturer in the world and now it seems that a within ten years it's probably going to become the largest economy in the world all competing with the u.s.
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even the most advanced technology and this is something that i don't think the us are are ready to accept yet let's bring in russ feingold in taipei. telling is about to become the biggest economy in the world that's just fact competition isn't it as well that it's not china's fault that the us has an issue with that so why pick a fight well you that you mention to keep words and that's fair competition so what's changed recently or in the time that president has been in office since the beginning of two thousand and seventeen is a consensus in the united states across industry and frankly across both republicans and democrats in in government that china is government and its companies don't always follow the rules of the global trading system and that's where there is actually a lot of support in the united states for some of the policies that president trump has implemented it president trump is been very clear that he wants a trading relationship and he wants u.s. companies to export to china he wants u.s. companies to do business in china but there has to be some observance of reasonable
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rules and laws and we see a pattern of chinese companies involved in intellectual property subsidies from the chinese government which really results in an unfair playing field and that's what president trump's policies are seeking to address let's bring in. beijing also and the u.s. seems to be suggesting that china is cheating that it's not playing fairly. well those are nice talk points but you'll notice that our my colleague hasn't brought forth any particular evidence to that fact the issue is that since donald trump came forward and became president he has been largely involved in a what he does best which is trying to shade the reality of what is happening china has been rising for quite some time if you look at what the u.s.
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has been able to win at the w t o we're talking in excess of three quarters of the time if there are real cases out there where where are they and where have they been lost where has china been stealing there's this narrative that goes on constantly and that seems to be on challenge that china has been doing all these nefarious things yet there isn't a scintilla of proof the instances where you had intellectual theft have been very simple to explain individuals have been stealing things in order to make profits for themselves i know that's a stark revelation but you know it happens everywhere. reality is or not all seem to vidual actors these are often people acting at the urging of the companies that they work for or in some cases government agencies and the number of prosecutions that have occurred in the united states not just recently but this is an ongoing problem going back before the trump administration even if the tribe the ministration is is more aggressive about bringing prosecutions but to say that
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there is no evidence of intellectual property that they're being the fact show otherwise and similarly an important issue for us companies in the u.s. government in huge trade talks is what's often called forced technology transfer now the reality is is that american companies in the technology space to do business in china are often have no choice but to work with the chinese partner and again this is something that the u.s. government is trying to address but to say that there's no evidence that the playing field is in level or that there isn't cheating going on by the chinese corporate world or the government and the factions don't show that they show otherwise can you give us an example ross of what you're talking about a concrete example well that if there are besides the number of prosecutions which are well documented it is an ongoing problem but there are rules in china that require a foreign partner to have a chinese partner or the american company or european companies or other
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nationalities they cannot do certain types of business on their own with china in china they're required to have a chinese company as a partner so their option is take on a partner or they're unable to enter the market and certainly from an american or european perspective this is not a level playing field and it is really meant to ensure the chinese companies have the upper hand and that they can acquire technology from foreign companies done. in beijing i want to bring you in the head like a lot of pain if i may. let me let me also corset let me bring in diane i was just going to add a small point. let me bring in here from beijing done you've heard what the other two guests have had to say a lot of this seems to be about technology technology transfer and what the americans are calling technology fixed china is about to move up in sectors it's about to move into the tech world and that seems to be what's driving this is china
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stealing technology. well. i'm in no intention to defend a lot of practice is the chinese government does it does give unfair comparative advantage to a lot of state owned enterprises but in terms of stealing technology i think there are different interpretation of it because if we're talking about protecting the domestic industry this is an industrial policy and many countries have adopted in their earlier stage of development so we're talking about development policies here you can just open up the market say like the south african one nine hundred eighty s. because before your you have industrial base opening up the market to foreign investors there's bluntly will cause very devastating results because then you will pretty much you lose all your industrial adventure advantage that you could have had because those domestic industry needs some time to grow and for those foreign
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competitors for investors i think it's fair to say that they use technology in exchange to in exchange to get access into the chinese market and it is fair play i know in beijing interesting point that you protect markets in the infancy you develop them but this chinese market isn't in its infancy this is we're talking forty years on now so maybe it is time to have a level playing field well maybe it's time to do a new deal with the us. well i don't know if a new deal with the u.s. on the current terms is in the cards but yes i would agree that china for its own benefit needs to open up and they're doing that exactly i mean the belton road initiative is not contrary to public opinion u.s. international media opinion something that's the fairest aimed at trying to subvert
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countries into a debt trap it's simply the only current economic plan to increase basically what would be w t t o two point zero and that means physical connectivity in addition to the idea that you have these trade alignments so you know i noticed my colleague did not was not able mr fine go was not able to point to any specific advantages talking about numerous prosecutions. this is the narrative that china is facing i mean whether you agree or not with this idea that china has is a developing country that is trying to protect its interests reason grow much as the u.s. was back in the late eighteenth hundreds when it was battling europe as a new entry into the economic sphere and used to routinely dismantle. looms in great britain and then ship them overnight to the us in order to break the
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monopolies that the british had especially on woven goods these are things that happen in the comics but china all right and i'd like to hear from mr feingold on this has been observant of the w t o this idea that china has been a you know a routine lawless entity and roaming the world and doing not a bang any laws is nonsense every time they have been ruled against the w t o they have complied and that is more than the u.s. can claim russ feingold your response. well we have to be careful about mixing different issues a dispute over the built in road initiative and whether or not it's nefarious or creates a debt trap for the countries that participate in it is also very much a political question or international security question that's not really what's on the table in discussions about market access in china or protection of intellectual property but to get on the intellectual property issue the number of prosecutions
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the ongoing ones some of which are very high profile including the the one that gets a lot of media attention so she swallow it she's accused of stealing intellectual property you know it's so good to say that there's no evidence of an attic that's not accurate but you had to say the china complies with the rules in some situations again that that is not the heart of the dispute or what the united states or europe are trying it in their negotiations and if they're trying to address market access issues i want to bring you in the head again a guest in beijing are not saying and said that yes it is probably time for a new deal to be made but this one that the u.s. is currently offering all that the u.s. and china are currently trying to negotiate isn't the right deal what do you think is the right deal. because this is true the war or trade tension was
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started by the us if we think about what happened two years ago it was where they threw away must occasion and that was in terms of calling china a thief. for intellectual property and its lack of production of ip and to be fair over the past one year we have seen china strengthening its ip protection and also widen its market access so now it looks like the new deal with that the u.s. very much wants wants to achieve is for china to do more industrial policy change and this is something that actually exactly the thing that china cannot budge because we all know that the u.s. want china to do to go with the market economy this line and then to become more democratic over over time but for china it is a very different political system and has a very different social climate from the us so by just a simpler introducing those market based or rules doesn't the really guarantee us
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the first past the market economy that the u.s. has been drawing so i thing for china to defend its baseline of protecting its domestic industry there's a lot of justification justification to that but in terms of opening more of a domestic market i do think more outside pressure is good for china because from trump's tweet if it's accurate it is actually a reflection of the lack of consensus on the china's top leadership over how much to compromise and what aspect of china should compromise and opening up what what area and how much of the domestic market is the sticking point and i think the more china opens in a faster it does it actually is more beneficial to his future economy russ feingold in taipei this is something that i hate quite a lot and i've been speaking to people about this there is a deal to be done with china. but this isn't one because this is simply fall too aggressive and it's too much for the time for the chinese to actually do and the
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time frame the you would like to give them all you being too aggressive is your administration there's this trumpet ministration being so aggressive well the two sides have been talking for over two years so it's certainly likely are that they want a deal president trump wants a deal yes domestic constituencies that very much want him to reach a deal most notably the agriculture x. borders but if they ask for too much then obviously the chinese side is going to walk away one thing we've learned over the last few years is that the governments and specifically the two leaders they seem to be have a certain risk appetite and i think as analysts are the public we often underestimate their risk tolerance for prolonging this dispute until they get the deal that they want. not tangan what happens if china walks away from any hope for the u.s. what happens then. well first off china isn't walking away they're the ones who
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have gone to washington with one hundred man team in order to try to figure this thing out and that is after a very aggressive move by donald trump now let's look at this step back a second i mean this is the second time that we've seen donald trump throw something on the table he did it in with young kim and say you know give me everything and then saying oh we broke the deal because he didn't give me everything i mean this is a very standard practice for him now let's step back even further here you have the the most powerful political economic and military nation on earth a nation who has enjoyed part of you know the sixty six percent of the entire world profits over the last thirty years but yet over the last fifteen years. you know the population the middle class population has actually declined ninety percent of the united states is experience minus point four percent drop in real income now they're coming out donald trump leading the charge saying somehow we've been
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a victim that's we've been taken advantage of well and they're blaming the people the eighty six percent of the rest of the world who received one third of the world's profits over this period of time yet whose middle classes boomed and saying that somehow they are at fault the issue here is the inequality in the inability of western nations europe and america to distribute their income in a way which benefits society and so you have a lot of anger but it's misplaced anger and you have populists like donald trump who are trying to aim that at the rising nations like china ross i want to bring you in half and type a we all running out of time so but i do want to bring you in very quickly is this don't trump distracting from domestic issues as a guest in beijing seems to be saying. well the president. has been very
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good at controlling the narrative when it comes to trade disputes and frankly he's been very good at isolating it from other domestic issues obviously the miller investigation has just concluded there's still a lot of action by democrats in that regard but democrats actually are very supportive of first person who trumps trade policy so you know it's not a situation where he's trying to distract and this is something that american companies in beijing i want to ask you are you confident that ideal can be done between these two very powerful economic countries. i'll be very surprised if there is no deal even if it's a very limited d.-o. it will be good for both sides and these to before the coming alexion that's something that donald trump can tell his voters it's because if you work out a magic and for china's side if there is no deal in the short term as economic performance will be suffered a lot mainly through the lack of confidence in consumption any investment and also
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for twenty one thousand its g.d.p. growth probably will slow down a lot if there is no deal so the stakes are high well let me thank all of guests an incredibly interesting discussion than one russ feingold and a note saying and thank you too for watching you can see the program again any time by visiting a website which is their adult call and for further discussion go to our facebook page that's facebook dot com forward slash a.j. inside story and you can also join the conversation on twitter handle is at a.j. inside story for me and the whole team here and i. am.
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in two thousand and eight al-jazeera documented a groundbreaking skiing. preparing some of india's poorest children for entry into its toughest universities. ten years on we return to see how the students and the scheme of helping change the face of india. super that amount as they are. it's a daunting climb to one of the holiest sites in bhutan tiger's nest ball astri seems to defy gravity every beauty's is expected to complete the pilgrimage to ensure peace and happiness when it became a democracy in two thousand and eight the time put happiness at the center of all political policy inspiring the u.n. to pass
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a resolution urging other nations to follow putin's example but how do you measure it many brits are nice happinesses will win sure it if it is quantifiable but by simply turning its pursuit into policy time has done what no other country has. the latest news as it breaks local communities here importing are very frustrated because the lack of posts storm services with detailed coverage live from the flag the people who talked to this struggling to make ransom notes and just want a better life from around the world and amnesty has been offered to those for revenge against the government of except those involved in human rights abuses a war crime. in a two part series. observes the lives of two children. over twenty years. where insights into circumstances that cheap
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lives. in a rapidly changing world. twenty years of me starts with floods and land do stories on how to zero. and the prominent dog with the headlines on al-jazeera the u.s. and china have resumed a crucial trade talks to resolve a year long dispute that's on the verge of escalating with a new american tabs chinese premier created by u.s. representatives including the treasury secretary steven chu and president donald trump has accused the chinese of backtracking on earlier commitments and throw in
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a tentative deal into jeopardy i have no idea what's going to happen i did get last night a very beautiful letter from president xi let's work together let's see if we can get something. but they renegotiated the deal i mean they took whether it's intellectual property theft they took many many parts of that deal and they renegotiated it didn't do that. and i'm different than a lot of people i happen to think that tariffs for a country are very powerful you know with a piggy bank that everybody steals from including china. iran's foreign minister says the european union should uphold its obligations under the twenty fifty nuclear deal and that includes normalizing economic ties with it comes after e.u. leaders rejected iran the sixty day ultimatum to protect it from u.s. sanctions. a suicide bomber in iraq has killed four people injured six others at a market in the father city district of baghdad the blast happened at the one of
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the surrounded by security forces the district as a predominantly shia muslim matheson sent this update from baghdad. news of this attack coming as a shock here in baghdad not least because we're only just a few days into the beginning of the holy month of ramadan security forces here in baghdad saying that several people have been killed after a man wearing an explosive belt detonated those explosives when he was surrounded by security forces in a wholesale market in these a million area of saddam city a sort of city is to the northeast of baghdad and it was named after a prominent cleric muhammad sort of sadat after the fall of saddam hussein and it's become a center for the saddest movement which is now developing into a political party led by the prominent shia cleric. the son of muhammad saddam.
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now we don't know the eisel is claiming responsibility for this attack but it's also interesting to note that at the end of april i will back it all but the leader of eisel is said to have appeared in a video for the first time in five years claiming revenge for the land lost by i saw in both syria and iraq. the un security council has held and formal meeting on the continuing growth of illegal israeli settlements various member states reiterated that building on palestinian land violates un resolutions and international law palestinian foreign minister maliki says u.s. policies and helping the stalled peace process the cia has warned friends and colleagues of murdered journalists. that their potential targets of the saudi government the report by time magazine says three people have been given security briefings they include activists in baghdad the living in norway and all of the
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lizzie's and canada a third person asked not to be named security services warn that they may be targeted for continuing kushal just calls for reform in saudi arabia the u.s. . as it seized a north korean cargo ship that's violated international sanctions justice department officials say the ship one of north korea's largest was trying to transport coal was first detained in indonesia a year ago and is now being taken to american samoa. north korean state media has released pictures of a missile test that was first detected by south korea on thursday kim jong un of a small the test that took place in the country's western region it is the second or second missile test in a week the launches come amid stalled progress in nuclear talks with the united states. a venezuelan opposition politician has sought refuge and argentina's embassy in caracas richard blanco is one of several boxes action figures stripped of their parliamentary immunity last week and another was arrested on wednesday
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well those are the headlines on al-jazeera what is coming up next thank you for watching. pressin know. that it meticulously. beneath my
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a con. artist but you will be missed as you. can then or you. would only be known and yet the mantle. thank you. a minister but the contact the other day you mentioned i think it took. a large show to. general from the hospital for the. gun would have been a way i could to believe what. it took a little way out minority no one. could look at the gunman and i thought how it would look at what some saw it is really about that. some the focus should a far more. gun are missing or it wasn't the don't.


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