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just. pushing on with. former president. so he's not just.
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oil spill in the gulf of mexico. welcome to you from all of us here at. the u.s. president. donald trump riyadh's attempt to cover up the murder as the worst in history. better very. original concept. it was carried out of poorly and the cover up was one of the worst in the history of cover ups whoever thought of that idea. i think is in big trouble and they should be in big trouble. follow
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a parliamentary addressed by the turkish president in which he claimed to reveal the naked truth regarding the killing over there one said he had been murdered in a vicious violent political manner and what he called a pre-planned operation carried out by the saudis he also said that all those responsible would be brought to justice now the u.s. has announced it will revoke the visas of twenty one saudi citizens over the murder but no tougher measures have been tabled in the same speech condemning the cover up donald trump reiterated the importance of bilateral ties with riyadh. cover up was one of the worst in the history of cover ups. so he really has been a really great that one of the biggest investors maybe the biggest investor the country. they are doing hundreds of billions of dollars worth of investments and
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you know so many jobs so many. thousands and thousands of jobs they've been funding a lot of things what americans i think don't understand is that the relationship that we have with the saudis is based and tiredly on money they sell us oil we sell them weapons and we pretend that we're friends we pretend that we have a special relationship in fact we don't have a special relationship it's transactional nothing but transactional and then we choose to overlook their fundamentalism don't forget that fifteen of the nineteen nine eleven hijackers were saudis don't forget that saudi n.g.o.s and governmental organizations were implicated in the financing of the nine eleven attacks the saudis really are not our friends and we should not trust them in an operation like this and with trying to keep his multi-billion dollar deals with the saudis afloat in line of course with his america first. takes a closer look at what's really behind this administration's current foreign policy
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agenda. donald trump can be called any number of things good bad it all depends on which side you're on interestedly enough though it's donald trump the keeps giving donald trump new titles a global this is a person that wants to float to do well frankly not caring about our country so you know what i am i'm a nationalist ok. obvious if you think about it what with all this talk of greatness walls and how special excess. tional americans are it's going to be only america first american people first american centers above all else. yeah now if i may mr president you right there in any dictionary
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globalism a national policy of treating the whole world as a proper sphere for political influence a globalist is someone who treats the entire world as a playground making national decisions which affect the international community in simple terms google ism is what mr trump tells south korea meaning outside america that they can't lift sanctions their own sanctions on north korea without his permission they won't do it without her approval they do nothing without her approval and by the way u.s. sanctions which basically force everyone to abide by them because of how the dollar works by definition a globalist venture you know what else is globalist war invading other countries the us currently fighting in seven wards that's really really globalist as well.
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the united states military's one of the most globalist organizations in the world it has bases in roughly every third country one in three nations has a u.s. military base in it that isn't nationalism that's good lobel ism i just want to. the romans were great now that frankly could be to all very quickly by the military regime change we're placing or helping replace governments you just don't like why arming local rebels to the teeth or financing the opposition by sanctions as globalism glue lism suits terms purposes to talk about globalism is the
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enemy but if you look at the politics it's anything but nationalist in terms of attitude to the world as an individual is that he should have complete sovereignty and that includes sovereignty abuse the sovereignty of others you know he wants america to be able to go and do business wherever they want he wants to be able to remove regimes that he doesn't like he wants to act truly globally but in the national interest as donald trump himself conceives it he is a fun fact the word globalism its modern meaning was first used to describe us imperialism after the second world war the way the united states which wasn't destroyed by the war like europe dominated in international trade pushing its products its ideology its politics on every what it could they called it american globalism so hearing mr trump who believes in returning america back to its glory
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days say that he isn't a globalist is like hearing the pope say with a schrade face that really he isn't catholic. ecuador says it will no longer intervene on behalf of julian assange jhon talks with the u.k. over his exile status of the south american embassy in london the decision marks a departure from previous ecuadorian efforts to negotiate a way for us to leave the embassy without facing charges of extradition. ecuador has no responsibility to take any further steps we are not mr assad his lawyers nor really representatives of the british government this is a matter to be resolved between science and great britain. songes relations with the country have soured since the current government took office last year the founder of wiki leaks is now suing ecuador for allegedly violating his human rights after the embassy imposed house rules for the whistleblower as
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a condition for partial access to the internet and former ecuadorian president rafael correia has called his country's handling of the case shameful we gave asylum to julian sanchez yes he said obligation when i don't know are meant to protect us you have to remember that no. science has. citizenship so it's not just this a look now. these rumors are really a shame you know they try to him relate as ours and they they are you make so. little my point because they are. these rules are really against human rights and they're trying to isolate it as such and to push him to abandon our embassy. assad has been holed up inside the embassy in london since twenty
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twelve when he was granted political asylum the u.k. wants him for violating his parole terms but the whistleblower fears london will simply extradite him to the u.s. if indeed he steps outside of the embassy american lawmakers meantime have doubled down on efforts to have him extradited over espionage charges in a letter to ecuador's current leader len moran though they demanded a sanch be handed over to u.s. authorities risking a possible diplomatic fallout otherwise. we are very concerned we join a sanchez continued presence at your embassy in london and he's receipt of it could during citizenship last year it is clear the mr assad remains a dangerous criminal and a threat to global security and he should be brought to justice. we feel that it's very difficult for the united states to advance our bilateral relationship until mr assad is handed over to the proper earth or east they go to me has to protect us
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according to our constitution. or to mccauley because of the behavior of the. absoluteness of met some method to the american government or that would be very difficult i think they want to turn over such the american government that they go to see this story now so. closely this is. the sixth year of. equality and justice also you don't have to to forget that he has a very important to this issue of the united nations. yes. that's already we have to admit that you have such. it is a fourteen year old spill the gulf of mexico could be poised to become america's worst ever environmental disaster it was back in twenty two thousand and four i should say when hurricane ivan slammed into florida's gulf coast so damaging an
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offshore drilling operation just off the wheezy over the company in charge managed to somehow cover up the incident for a whole six years. thanks . flying over the gulf of mexico are. gas and bubbling and i'm miles long. people are not the only ones who call the now polluted waters for the indigenous animals there are countless birds and wildlife the stakes are high life or death
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time is rather. i suppose the big difference is that. there was a big explosion and people. instantly and and then. released. in the. first the original incident. it was in the context. and the company and the american regulators managed to keep the entire. of the news no. accident which is going to succeed. but the cool. with those menus. the daily. into the cold and stop being the same kind of food as the.
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twenty fifty and the company in question said that there was no evidence to suggest any ongoing oil leak or any significant environmental damage it has not given any further explanation since a journalist all over to kill again says that even a routine oil spill it results in a horrifying volumes each and every year. the gulf is currently producing something something like twenty percent of america's oil is rather a highly rated max through a fast break. there is an. oil spill huge with routines pollutants in the hundreds of thousands of ground you know just through new york. and this entire gulf coast is high in the industrial used deedes bound unique concert amounts of modes and who says environmental impacts impact other industries which are also tourism and fisheries show finish this tens of thousands of miles of oil pipelines transect to this entire region and if you put
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a pipeline then you would find two hundred leaks are still to come here on the program. in rome as the champions league football matches followed by a brawl between fans and then escalate a collapse in the italian capital's metro station the story unfolds in just a. little bit. you know world big part of the lot and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that made stream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smart we need to stop slamming the door of the bath and shouting
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past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks. as to why the arts. we. ready to. join us today talks with. u.s. national security advisor john bolton the high ranking official said the u.s.
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is still going ahead with pulling out of a key nuclear weapons treaty while trying to play down. but despite the tensions between the two countries right now the mood of the talks appear to be somewhat light hearted. as far as i remember there is an eagle on the u.s. national emblem and there are. an olive branch with as a symbol of peaceful policy in the my question is did you eat all the olives and leave just. for the opportunity to speak with him. but i didn't bring any more. that's what i thought. well there in the talks john bolton said the treaty was outdated and should be revised to include china he accuse the russian side of violating its terms something denied by moscow which actually sees things the other way around accusing the us of my nevada violations russia says the treaty though is still vital to international stability
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historic treaty was signed back in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven between the then soviet union and the united states under the agreement all short and mid range nuclear conventional missiles were eliminated apart from those launched at sea investigative jon lester david lindorff says withdrawing from this nuclear weapons treaty will be far from straightforward. but first thing let's say that it's not clear that the president has the authority to back out of the treaty that was passed by two thirds of the senate it's not like the iran deal that was never approved by the senate and it was just a presidential deal so that's going to be an interesting. fight i suspect among senators. the second thing is that what i heard bolton say at the press conference was that there was no consequences when the u.s.
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when the bush administration bush cheney administration told out of the a.b.m. treaty and in fact it was a huge consequence russia. a.b.m. missiles being put in rimini and threatening it with the threat of a first strike that they might not be able to retaliate against and so russia responded as i read by developing the same person on a cruise missiles which are what has the u.s. upset so so bolton is wrong on. tuesday evenings champions league football match between a s. robot and c. ascot moscow was maad by an accident involving fans in a rome metro station. as
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it happened just before the match a collapsing escalator on the metro left some thirty people injured and the mayor of rome has expressed his sympathies to those affected the firefighter chief at the scene says the cause of the escalator malfunction is unknown. we must investigate it he's a strange thing we need to fully understand what the causes are by looking at the c.c.t.v. recordings there is some pictures here you can see a breakdown aren't there there was undoubtedly a failure it seems that the fans were jumping i did not see the pictures. so i reaffirm my sympathies for the injured to the russians who had been injured and i think the police in five fighters who immediately acted to help these people also in a separate incident a brawl broke out between fans ahead of the match with police having to resort to a water cannon to disperse the crowds with more on that sports correspondent joined
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my colleague colleen bray in the studio. it's a really bad night for c.s.k. moscow in rome this time not only their team lost three nil to roma big defeat but also two very bad incidents for the fans first of all the fight outside the study only because stadium the roma stadium. there were reports that one of the c.s.k. moscow fans was stabbed two were severely injured in the fight over the russian embassy needs in the late denounced this information they denied the stabbing incident but acknowledged the fight i saw some videos on social media the water cannons had to be used by the police so the fight was pretty intense i have to say the last time these two teams met in the champions league was in twenty fourteen there was trouble then as well is there an indication that maybe the italian police were prepared for this it is really strange but it seems that they were not if we go back to twenty fourteen there was a major scuffle outside the stadium there was a major scuffle inside the stadium it all started when several c.s.k. moscow fans were stabbed by roma fans outside the stadium and then as
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a retaliation they instigated a massive fight inside the stands if you talk about the roma fans there preaching the notorious for this kind of stuff just earlier this year in april they went to liverpool to play a champions league semifinal and they injured several people including one fan who is still in a coma he still hasn't recovered and guess what there were no repercussions for all i went to the return leg to rome for livable playing there and i saw a heavy police presence it seems that they were prepared for this kind of stuff this time they have a history with c.s.k. moscow and it seems that they were not adequately prepared they did stop the fight with water cannons but the fight still happened so you have to ask all the questions to the roman police. so the come region in russia's far east is home to some of the world's most breathtaking natural wonders but also one rather fearless dog who is not afraid of striking up unusual friendships.
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i'm not going to. blow in welcome to crossfire for all things considered i'm peter lavelle on this unique edition of crossfire we reviewed a new and very important book john mearsheimer the great delusion liberal dreams and international realities it's
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a real bombshell. across talking the great delusion liberal dreams and international realities i'm joined by my guest here in moscow mark slaughter he's an international affairs and security analyst we also have. a political analyst we spoke nick international and we have wendy's and he is a professor at the higher school of economics as well as author of the decay of western civilization and resurgence of russia origin across the rules in effect that means you can jump in anytime you want and i always appreciate it ok glenn let me go to you first here i'm really big fan of your summer's work he is a realist what does that mean. well in political theory we have to move to man theory the political realist i believe. to explain how states behave this sense of being dependent on external situations so there's no good state or bad state
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everyone based on the international distribution of power so and this contrast with the liberal theory in which we look at the internal characteristics of state so whether or not there are democratic if there is to have economic into the pen. and if the humans rights situation is a human right. such you have these two theories which competes against each other to explain how the world works. as liberal gemini and he says it's doomed to fail mark you know this is this is in many ways maritimers magnum opus of what is now been several decades of his fear of critique of us foreign policy basically since the end of the cold war and how it has emerged not only as as the hedge in modern terms of power but it has. i would say selectively.


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