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their presence in somalia has more to do with the interest of this country than that of. turkey may help prevent to be a strong ally in somalia state building but it's also a moment to see which really look at the interests with the war. but for now menace so malise don't seem to mind that mohamed atta well just mogadishu somalia now u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson is on his way to doha as we speak i'm in doha after a round of diplomacy in saudi arabia to see little sign of a breakthrough over the saudi led blockade on catamount as it was pretty coherent is at the ministry of foreign affairs here in doha what message do you think. rex tillerson is going to be bringing to to doha after his talks in saudi arabia today . you know we're really mixed messages before tillerson left washington when you
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saw a definite change in tone he explicitly came out and before he said we're not taking sides everyone needs to sit down and talk but before he left he had an interview which he doesn't do many of and he explicitly blamed the. basically the standoff on the blockading countries say calling it the saudi led coalition and said that they were simply refusing to talk so we wondered would that tough talk continue into saudi arabia it didn't he had a very brief press conference with the saudi arabian foreign minister and you just sit again repeated we think all sides need to sit down and talk so what will be the tone be when he comes here to talk with the entire foreign minister we're waiting to see coming on this trip he said and this is somewhat unusual usually secretaries of state they're going to make the trip they expect to make some progress he really downplayed expectations that there was going to be any breakthroughs but again when it comes to diplomacy sometimes you don't really know what is happening in those meetings in till something else happens you go oh that's what happened in the meeting they just don't talk about it until it's done. it seems as though we're
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watching that press conference earlier between the secretary of state and his counterparts in saudi arabia they spent most of the time avoiding talking to the press about what can we read into that what was going on behind the scenes what message was he giving to the saudis. well let's not forget the questioners in saudi arabia are likely asking the questions that they wanted them to ask now of course the american press asks questions as well and i think it would go to show you that farther down in the american agenda is the g.c.c. crisis but this is very important to the united states for this reason they are turning into a different relationship between the u.s. and iran it is a priority for them to have basically the entire world in this region turn against iran now they don't feel that can happen as long as the countries are fighting amongst themselves so it is a priority for the secretary of state but again if there's been no progress made if they haven't come to any sort of agreement they're not going to want to highlight
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that and especially in front of the state media so we'll look to see obviously there are a lot of american reporters here that will have a chance as secretary of state to tell us and hopefully sometimes they talk to us on background to give us more information of what was happening in that meeting so hopefully they'll be able to tell you more once they arrive they're running i should point out incredibly behind schedule which is that kind of unusual for secretary tillerson meetings what way longer than they were supposed to so we expected that we would hear from them in just a couple of hours but it might be pushed back but again we don't know he's in the air as soon as he lands we should know more. ok patty call him at. the ministry in doha many thanks indeed we'll let you know what happens with rex tillerson assume the c arrives in doha. it is good to have you with us adrian from going to here in doha with the headlines
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on al-jazeera exit polls are suggesting that japan's prime minister shinzo. his ruling bloc is heading for a big win in the general election voters braved a typhoon to cast their ballots in the south pole which i'll be called again earlier than expected he was asking for a clear mandate to take action against north korea as well as japan's aging population. spain's foreign minister is urging people in catalonia not to listen to their regional leaders as madrid moved to take control of the region catalonia as president has accused the spanish government of attacking the region's democracy that of the world health organization has backtracked on his appointment of zimbabwe's president robert mugabe as a goodwill ambassador to the u.k. and the u.s. criticized the decision along with human rights activists and health groups they point to alleged rights abuses in zimbabwe u.s. backed syrian democratic forces have captured syria's largest oil field from eisel the kurdish led s.t.'s are in a race against russian backed syrian troops to seize parts of the darrow's or
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region the s.d.f. have already pushed eyesore from the area's main natural gas field and the city of raka after a four month campaign russian opposition leader alexina valmy has been released from jail he spent twenty days behind bars for organizing protests against president vladimir putin the valley wants to stand against putin in next year's presidential election as just for remind you of the main news again this hour u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson is on his way to doha after a round of diplomacy in saudi arabia that saw little sign of a breakthrough over the saudi led blockade on cattle rex tillerson met king solomon and the crown prince before a press conference with the foreign minister at all i'll do you bear in which we learned very little it's been four months since riyadh the u.a.e. egypt and bahrain suspended ties with those the headlines the news continues here on the to the listening post next. an indian mining company is heading to australia
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to build one of the world's biggest mines will it be an economic bonanza or an ecological disaster. at this time and how does it. tell you the producer harvey weinstein the actual crash. was coming it was called right out of the mines but when there's a really hard time record. with the. well. funded that sexual crime against harming whites to. a lower richard burton you're at the listening post here's what we're looking at this week exposure what the harvey weinstein story the one the u.s. media failed to report until now says about the relationship between the film industry and the news business some people do stand up to hollywood they work at the cia and the pentagon iranians say goodbye to one of their oldest online
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institutions is shutting down and a car bomb kills a journalist in malta her son calls the country a mafia state. in hollywood it was one of those open secrets something widely known that no one was prepared to say out loud harvey weinstein one of the most successful producers in the movie business a serial sexual abuser using his a men's power and influence to force women including staff in turns and mostly actresses to succumb to his will the fame of those involved made this story headline news raising the question of why something that took place over a period of decades was not reported until now it wasn't for a lack of sources at least two major media outlets have been accused by journalists who chased the weinstein story of baring it there's a conflict of interest at play here the news industry big in the bright lights and reflected glamour of the film industry and relies on its revenues the ad dollars that the studio spent the dozens of women harvey weinstein wronged were not the
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only parties in this story who feared his influence his power to make or break careers our starting point this week is the headquarters of the weinstein company in new york city. typically stories about the abuse of power conflict of interest and the suppression of journalism have at their center some kind of political figure not this the case of harvey weinstein and other men who have been accused of sexual abuse they've been able to hide their misconduct publicly for several decades because of the power structures that exist in society they know that they're at the top they're the boss they have the money and the power and the influence to make sure that if they're accused of any of these crimes that they can hush it up this is all about. how open was that secret harvey weinstein's treatment of women gawker and online
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news site with a taste for scandal reported on it in two thousand and fifteen in fighting. victims to share their experiences but the story went nowhere if the us mainstream media were interested they lacked the appetite to follow up so it's not that it never was referred to but there was never this big investigative journalism that really brought it out into the open until the new york times did it this month what is the reason for that well he's been a very powerful guy he's had many friends in the media in entertainment in politics and it was the kind of thing that people sort of looked away from his real talent and skill was in managing publicity getting up advertising campaigns to when people ask cares if you're like vanity fair magazine and you wanted to interview those people he could or deny it and so he had a real network in place i mean that italian actress who did come through with
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a legal claim against weinstein certainly page six of the new york post was running like all these articles against her about her you know her past and that was coming out of weinstein himself and using page six as a tiller commission so i would like to see people like actually not just investigate weinstein but investigate the people who are like actively complicit in that publicity machine. there are many reasons why a news organization would comply with the wishes of a hollywood mogul some films have advertising budgets in the tens of millions of dollars news outlets need those ad revenues and whether journalists cover politics or entertainment access matters alienate a major player in hollywood and you might lose your spot on the red carpet at the oscars or that exclusive interview with a movie star the new york times broke the weinstein story but a journalist who used to work there sharon waxman says she took the story to the
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times in two thousand and four that the paper was pressured to drop it and the times disputes that ronan farrow is an investigative reporter for n.b.c. . who said he had the weinstein story backed by multiple sources and audiotape months before the times finally published it but that n.b.c. refused to put it on the air farrow eventually took the story to a magazine the new yorker which published its version shortly after the times did it why did you end up reporting the story for the new yorker not for n.b.c.'s i walked into the door at the new yorker with. an explosive lee reportable piece that should have been public earlier and immediately obviously a new yorker recognized that and it is not accurate to say that it was not reportable in fact there were multiple terminations that was reported but it basically was the family is a much more recent story and it's been published in the new yorker which is family known for not publishing anything that they can back up so the fact of the it was able to go through the new yorker fact checking system kind of indicates that
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n.b.c. dropped the ball around and farrah had enough to go forward although the news organizations want to minute i think that they just felt intimidated and they didn't want to deal with the consequences and. harvey weinstein was the producer of project runway which is owned by n.b.c. so you know you had my yours you know we don't want to rock the boat these media conglomerates are so big and so there's so many divisions the news divisions get compromise because the entertainment division can put the kybosh on a story that makes that part of the enterprise and that's very frightening. in journalism sometimes the best question to ask isn't why it's why now and theories on why the weinstein story is more newsworthy now than in years past ranged from the shifting fortunes of his company to signs that when it comes to
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certain men in positions of power in america the times are changing the reason why harvey. was taken down now it is my firm belief is because he wasn't that powerful anymore he wasn't making money for other people so ten years ago he's raking in the oscars he's raking in the cash nobody's going to give him up there's no way that all these women could have come out and felt comfortable enough to say what they said eventually to the new york times there are factors that have enabled media outlets to finally report the harvey weinstein case they have finally been able to do that because of the other cases that have come forward and have been successfully covered in the news such as donald trump bill cosby roger ailes they felt empowered because of the news coverage that has been going on we turn next year to stunning new developments after the flood of accusations of sexual misconduct against harvey weinstein as satisfying as it must be for harvey
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weinstein's many victims to finally see him get the coverage he deserves it must go all of them to watch the same mainstream media outlets that shied away from the story now feasting on it moralizing over it calling it something they should have called it long ago breaking news on the social media side the me too movement has resonated with women all over the world with their own stories of harassment or sexual assault in the workplace but sharing a hash tag highlighting a serious social problem is one thing correcting it particularly in a place like hollywood is quite another a lot of this is going on for a long long time the phrase casting couch was first used in one nine hundred thirty one so well born hollywood. actresses kind of have to sleep with producers or directors to get position to be having many story from the so-called golden age of people like judy garland are really being abused so this is kind of like almost
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like an accepted part of hollywood there's a lot of hypocrisy going around there's a lot of finger pointing and there's not a lot of people finger pointing by looking at a mirror and saying how to. how is that how did you propagate them. and the problem is if you don't understand where you did wrong and how you are a part of this how is that really going to. change anything the news media needs to really take a look at itself and i think with social media on our backs now we have an obligation to be even more accountable. for we're going to end up at being embarrassed. other media stories that are on our radar this week on the mediterranean island nation of malta a journalist who used last year's panama papers data dump to expose widespread corruption has been killed by a car bomb investigative reporter death and
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a kind of want to see iran a blog called running commentary that sometimes attracted more online readers than all of the island's newspapers combined the consortium behind the panama papers won the pulitzer prize for its journalism kind of want to lead the team's investigations in malta and effectively forced prime minister joseph smith scott to call early elections there was scott has the nie that he and his wife used offshore bank accounts to hide payments from the ruling family of azerbaijan scott called the murder an attack on press freedom he said everyone knows ms kind of want to see it was a harsh critic of mine both politically and personally but nobody can justify this barbaric act. kind of want to see a son matthew said his mother was assassinated because she stood between the rule of law and those who sought to violate it this is where we are a mafia state where you will be blown to pieces for exercising your basic freedoms iranians witnessed the end of
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a social media era this past week when one of the country's oldest online platforms clued announced it was shutting down both facebook and twitter are banned in iran and clue which launched twelve years ago filled part of that gap the site frequently clashed with the authorities for failing to take down politically sensitive material or pictures showing women without head scarves which is illegal in the islamic republic according to the company's director clued had been taken offline three times the most recent block lasted twenty eight days he said that his team no longer had the energy and enthusiasm to keep fighting instagram and the messaging service telegram are both available in iran and are booming president hassan rouhani who was reelected earlier this year said he would ease social media restrictions but he has yet to live up to that promise you can add mauritania to the list of governments that have suddenly accused critical media outlets of failing to pay their taxes and shutting them down on october seventeenth the country's broadcasting authority ordered five privately owned t.v.
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channels to close for failing to fulfill their financial agreements somehow t.v. chin go it out of what the nia and more rabid tune were all ordered to close leaving just one channel the state owned t.v. am on the air. all of this happens in the aftermath of a contentious referendum held two months ago which president muhammad would abdel-aziz called to expand the powers of the presidency. several journalists including al-jazeera correspondent bob but would have been harassed or arrested while reporting on political unrest. in the weinstein story was suppressed by hollywood using its legal and financial muscle to keep a lid on it but there are also power centers in the u.s. government that can dictate to hollywood the pentagon and the cia we've examined the u.s. military symbiotic relationship with hollywood before how the department of defense offers filmmakers access to tell of janick military hardware and personality
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minimal cost in return for the right to alter story lines and veto scenes the pentagon does not like thanks to a neutral of documents a clearer picture is emerging of the cia's attempts to control its on screen image the intelligence agencies track record of political assassinations coup plotting overseas and occasional support for terror groups offer countless possibilities for potential screenwriters however the agency works with filmmakers to portray version of its activities removing scenes and changing plot lines the cia sees as unflattering listening posts may not show ravi now on america's military intelligence entertainment complex. much any big budget war movie by taking a spy thriller and you could walk away not knowing just how much your movie
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expedience was shaped by the pentagon or cia however the truth of official documents obtained under u.s. freedom of information laws and published this year detailed the dealings between filmmakers and intelligence officials at langley right. jr the cia headquarters probably the best known are zero dark thirty and argo but it also says to the television show homeland how do we deal with homegrown violent jihad they've also assisted alias to work for a very i mean you thought you were fighting twenty four. c.b.s. series called the agency. this is. a film called the sum of all fears starring black captain jack ryan cia charlie wilson's war is a really good example where they maintain the idea that you know we're really doing the right thing by arming the mujahideen the foreigners of the al qaeda terrorist
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organization in afghanistan in the one thousand nine hundred. they kind of question that in a kind of jokey way like the last caption in the in the film charlie wilson's war something like oh we came we saw at the end game or some joke you know it's like no that's not what you did actually and you know it because the original script and the regional base this on doesn't say that you terrorists in a really horrific conflict it's the whole organization behind it a systematic level and that time charlie wilson's war into this you know saccharin movie throughout the one nine hundred ninety. two with hollywood very specifically on movies that pro-trade the cia is sort of our roic force protecting america most of the movies were based on tom clancy books actually so you know the hunt for red october and that entire franchise. you know the lead character jack ryan is like super heroic figure and he's like constantly you know taking down bag guys. and
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saving america saving the world from various threats whether it's islamic terrorism or the ira or ultimately white supremacy. between them and the cia and the u.s. department of defense have had the. reading levels of input from simply can't find points for authenticity to actually writing parts of script on more than a thousand eight hundred movies and t.v. shows. when it comes to influencing filming shaping the story the pentagon is usually in a stronger negotiating position than the cia because of the hardware at its disposal it can shut down a movie before a scene is ever shot. the department of defense is actually a much more powerful player in the entertainment industry for basically financial reasons the department of defense has expensive toys they have some marines they have aircraft carriers they have tanks and they have the person. to operate things
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so if a filmmaker wants to make a war movie they often will approach the department of defense and basically asked to borrow that equipment and that apartment advance will say maybe can i see your script and they will either say this is great we love the way that the military is portrayed in the us we will go ahead in collaborate with you or they may say we hate the way they were portrayed and refused to participate. when the pentagon does agree to support a film there can be some scripting strings attached and the vietnam war is clearly a sore point in the hulk a reference to a u.s. operation that poisoned vietnamese farmland was removed and in the bond film tomorrow never dies a suggestion that the u.s. did not win the war was caught out in iron man a reference to soldiers suicides was removed again at the pentagon's insistence. the cia's presence in hollywood is harder to detect. and goes back to the early
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days of the war and was designed to counter a propaganda effort coming out of the soviet union. the cia placed undercover agents in major studios where they monitored leftwing screen writers and directors this was at the height of course. war paranoia and hollywood was under the scrutiny of the us congress is investigating alleged communist influence and infiltration in the moving picture industry the agency started influencing scripts one senior executive at paramount pictures working covertly for the cia described how to counter what the soviets were saying about the persecution of african-americans quote well dressed negroes unquote would be planted in certain fields. what happens in the one nine hundred ninety s. is that the cold war ends and all of a sudden the cia is left without a visible viable enemy to justify its existence they were going to continue they had to do something to improve their public image and one of the responses to that
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crisis was to begin to work with hollywood to convince the american public that and congress that they were still worth. being an institution. in one thousand nine hundred six the cia's entertainment liaison office in hollywood began offering free support to movies that featured the agency chase brandon an intelligence agent and cousin of actor tommy lee jones was the cia's firstly as an officer he's credited as a technical advisor on a host of hollywood blockbusters such as the recruit starting out as a veteran cia officer off air years and know. all successes. but in reality brandon was far more than a mere advisor on the recruit he helped pitch the film to disney that eventually produced and distributed the movie and was involved in the scriptwriting to recruit
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. as another cia liaison officer put it hollywood is the only way the public learns about the agency which begs the question should the public be learning about the cia from the cia without even being aware of the agency's role in the production process. these issues became public with the release of one of the biggest cia hollywood collaboration's to date zero dark thirty a film about the search for osama bin laden you really believe the story. sounded a lot in the zero dark thirty was a really unusual case i think for the cia in terms of how it works with hollywood the cia. director and screenwriter a lot of access to the agency they bounced a lot of ideas back and forth and they wanted to really kind of tightly control the narrative that this was putting out it backfired because very quickly after the movie came out it was criticized for suggesting that torture somehow played a role in the information gathering that led to the capture assassination of.
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torture and the cia's use of it especially after nine eleven were already under investigation when zero dark thirty was released the senate intelligence committee wrote a letter to the production studio sony pictures they said we believe the film is grossly inaccurate and misleading in its suggestion that torture resulted in information that led to the location of osama bin laden zero dark thirty as director kathryn bigelow eventually had to respond to the allegation that her film was making the cia's case for torture in an editorial for the los angeles times she wrote that critics were quote confusing depiction with indorsement torture was as we all know employed in the early years of the hunt that doesn't mean it was the key to finding bin laden it means it's a part of the story we couldn't ignore. that's more of a problem with the film industry and the creative industry total disinterest in the responsibility of the ideological products they create and this is why you can have
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a very liberal town full of very liberal or even sometimes left wing celebrities and directors but actually they create films that are very much in keeping with the american empire project the cia rarely. he has any kind of public credit that suggests that they had any hand in shaping a narrative that that lack of transparency i find incredibly problematic because it doesn't allow the viewer to be a smart critical theory. how about this one they just have at the beginning of each film made with the support of the central intelligence agency the cia and on the practice lost then because it wasn't because people look at it and say oh no it's one of the propaganda films. finally back to the harvey weinstein story the fact that his atrocious behavior went unreported for so long has led to allegations as yet unconfirmed of soul searching in the entertainment industry and in the news
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media but the signs of what kind of man weinstein was were out there for all to see it's just that no one did anything about it we have collected a few clips the odd joke or throwaway line from figures in the film world that prove that weinstein's reputation as a sexual predator was known years before that explosive report in the new york times was published bringing him down we'll see an x. time here at the listening post. the two thousand and twelve nominees for best performance by an actress in a supporting role congratulations you five ladies no longer have to pretend to be attracted to harvey weinstein. are you here of your own free will. as someone coerced you into being here or do you count harvey weinstein as a course i'm not afraid of anyone in show business i turned down intercourse with harvey weinstein on no less than three occasions out of five you know harvey weinstein is a i don't know whether he's in some kind of organized crime now. but he used to
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be like some kind of junior mob kind of got writers it was like in the mob that's are they telling yeah and now you know like a big powerful film guy right yes i do all my movies for harvey weinstein that's miramax and i'm lucky to do them there but he will coerce you to do with so and so harvey said it would go on and pro talk about your movies and what herbie said and in return what will her if you do for you. not being real what's wrong with that equation. i was the kid see you do the math. i did it my three younger you know you. are ok you're going to face your predatory years we're seeing.
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and streaming online through the. facebook live and at al jazeera dot com and the gulf diplomatic crisis is back in focus this sunday with u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson arriving in the region he is due here in qatar shortly but we did hear from him in saudi arabia about ninety minutes ago he was speaking along with the saudi foreign minister spent a lot of the news conference stepping around the issue of qatar and its rift with saudi arabia the u.a.e. behind egypt instead talking about security issues concerning places like iraq eventually sick secretary to listen did address the gulf crisis this is what he said just a little nose this feed came in from riyadh entirely in arabic so we had to translate mr tillotson back into english when it comes to the dispute with gazza the united states of america also good to have that relation because it's important from the security and the. economic point of view also the age of
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so the arabia and bahrain nothing has happened since the between the u.s. and these countries and as we said before we hope the concern is to start a sort of dialogue pedophile hane is here and how this week is done at the qatari foreign ministry for us housekeeping first of all patty what is actually expected in any time frame to on what's happening today. well the time frame i can tell you it slid back quite a bit he ran over his schedule in saudi arabia i can tell you that secretary tillerson landed about twenty minutes ago five forty two motorcade now rolling to meet with the emir of qatar we thought the american media was going to be allowed to take pictures of that we're being told they will not not sure if local media is going to be able to film that exchange but after that he's going to meet with the foreign minister of qatar and they're going to come here still again don't know what time because the schedule is so in flux it's going to have. a press conference
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here where we do expect the g.c.c. crisis will be much more of a focus than it was in saudi arabia obviously this is an area of great disconnect between the u.s. and saudi arabia when secretary tony snow was getting ready to make this trip changed course and he changed tactics and he started explicitly blaming what he called the saudi led coalition for not being willing to talk to qatar saying cutter's completely willing to talk he did not take that tough tone while he was in saudi arabia so we're going to be watching it here in qatar to see if perhaps he gets a little more aggressive with the saudis and the indications even before he left on the trip was that he wasn't terribly beach was the about. the signs of progress. well and that was the confusing part if you look back at all secretaries of state they didn't get on a plane for as long as i've been watching them they didn't get on a plane unless they thought when they landed they would have what they call deliverables basically here's the progress we've made so we started asking well why is he getting on the plane that if he says he's not going to have anything to
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deliver possibly hoping to tamp down expectations that way if there is a breakthrough you can say well we didn't think so but here it is but at the same time if there is no breakthrough you can say well i knew there wasn't going to be so could be a little bit of political playing there so we won't really know what's going on it's not clear yet if the u.s. actually has a strategy if they have a plan if they have anything that they can bring to the saudis to. the qatari is to the rest of the blockade and say here's how we walk this back here's how everyone saves face but there's a compromise in the g.c.c. can be reunited so does d.c. have a plan we haven't seen any indication they do but then again often times that's what it's called diplomacy it's done in quiet and you don't usually know until something happens later and you can put the pieces back together and say that's what they did at that meeting usually they try to keep it quiet our job of course is to try and get him to spill the beans we hope to have a chance to do that just a couple of hours if anyone can you can patty.


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