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CSPAN
Oct 8, 2016 7:17pm EDT
against the chinas and the mexicos and the indias we add all these costs of regulations and tacks on top of everything else. that is what is going on in this election. we need support not just for the top of the ticket, but for the republicans who are running for the united states senate and the united states house of representatives. and one of the top targets to the democrats is our own senator ron johnson. we've got to send him back to the d.c. [applause] and just remember, we had 18 years of an ineffective russ feingold. audience: boo! he brags about the fact that he is a supporter of the bill of rights, and then he passed the mccain-feingold bill, which has been declared unconstitutional by the supreme court several times for infringing upon every one of our first amendment rights of freedom of speech and freedom of political expression. russ feingold, despite what he says, has ripped up the bill of ights. let's not give him a chance to rip it up still further. our constitution means something. the framers did the right thing. james madison's prose was great. he not only wrote the c
CSPAN
Sep 6, 2015 1:00pm EDT
partners in this, the countries backing us up, including russia and china. germany, france, great britain. these are very important partners who have been involved in the sanctions against iran with other pressures placed against that country. secretary kerry, in arduous , helped to bring about a remarkable agreement. it comes after a lifetime of public service. some of the parallels in our lives are substantial, but one was that i volunteered for the navy and serve really most of my time as an intelligence briefer for the chief of operations. secretary kerry volunteered for the navy and he ended up out on the mequon delta. he was awarded the silver star, bronze star award for three purple hearts from that very significant service. very early in his career. he was willing to give his life for his country. he served as the lieutenant governor of massachusetts under governor dukakis. and then he came to the united states senate. service.of magnificent the last four of them on the senate relations committee. throughout that time, one pursuit of foreign relations was vigorous. working in a no
CSPAN
Dec 20, 2014 12:00pm EST
like russia and rising powers like china that might be looking to change or offend the international order. many of us in washington think -- up and -- upend the international order. many of us in washington think tanks struggle with these issues every day. today we are fortunate to have a unique cross spectrum of views. right now, the left and right are divided not only left and right but within the left and within the right on how america might think about its role in the world in the coming 10, 15, 20 years. we are lucky to have people with us your spokesman from all of these different vantage points. -- who are spokesman from all of these different vantage points. this of them was inspired by an article in american prospect. the article looked at realism old and new. of whether the idea the obama administration has sort of been tugged between two different views of america's role in the world, one being the one rooted in american aadership and america having unique role in leading in the world stage. the other being a more pragmatic look at what america's power and to affect grea
CSPAN
Nov 17, 2012 10:00am EST
at 9:15, the impact of new leadership in china on u.s. relations. president obama traveling in parts of asia. we will have those segments, plus, we will take a look at the papers and take your phone calls as well "washington journal ."shington, we will see you then. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> next, a discussion on the future of u.s. diplomacy. after that, a forum on the effectiveness of al-qaeda in yemen. >> a former state department officials from the obama and george w. bush administration's discuss public diplomacy in a tough budget in vermont. the discuss the effectiveness of student exchange programs and government-backed broadcasting outlets, like "voice of america." the george washington school of international affairs hosted this event tuesday. this is an hour and 45 minutes. >> that is public diplomacy in action. [laughter] i'm a professor here at gw and the director of the institute for public policy and global communication. you can find us on twitter @ip dgc. we're also on faceb
ABC
Jan 1, 2017 8:00am PST
this. in 2015 china took over a million records, sensitive data, people like me, classified or personal information where we lived, things we had written down on our applications and security clearances and a white house statement wasn't issued. no action publicly was taken. nothing. nothing was taken when millions of people had their private information including information on security clearances that was shared. not one thing happened. there is a question about whether there is a political retribution here versus a diplomatic response. >> it sounds like you think these measures are too much? >> the president-elect needs to sit down with the heads of the intelligence committees next week and get a full briefing on what they knew, why they knew it and whether or not the obama administration's response was in proportion to the actions taken. maybe it was, maybe it wasn't. we need to have that briefing first. i would argue that if you look at our history, you haven't seen a response like that in modern history for any action. when you look at the fact that china did something so
ABC
Nov 6, 2011 8:00am PST
ask you about the substantive issues. what herman cain said on china. >> yes, they're a military threat. they indicated they're trying to develop nuclear capability and they want to develop more aircraft carriers like we have, so, yes, we have to consider them a military threat. >> well, we know that china has had nuclear capabilities since the 1960s. is this, again, problematic, a misspeak as he said? how does this presidential candidate say this thing in? >> i thought this oriental misspeak was more of an embarrassme embarrassment. when i saw that, i must say, i right an op. if you don't know that, what else don't you know? this is sarah palin territory. she used to say stuff like that. and everybody said, forget it. i think that's the serious thing that happened to him, he lost his credibility. >> cain is a leading indicator for this month of a multimonth phenomenon. which is resistance to mitt romney. what mitt romney people say, he says that the cure to the lack of enthusiasm is winning. once you start winning. they think he'll win in new hampshire. they're going to try to w
ABC
Nov 6, 2011 9:00am EST
. what herman cain said on china. >> yes, they're a military threat. they indicated they're trying to develop nuclear capable nlt. so, yes, we need to consider them a threat. >> is this, again, problematic, a misspeak as he said? how does this presidential candidate say this thing in >> i thought this orient embarrassme embarrassment. when i saw that, i must say, i right an op. if you don't know that, what else don't you know? this is sarah palin territory. she used to say stuff like that. he's lost his credibility. >> cain is a leading indicator for this month of a multimonth phenomenon. what mitt romney says, he says that the cure to the lack of enthusiasm is winning. once you start winning. they think they'll win in new hampshire. they're going to try to win in iowa. if you win in iowa and new hampshire is over. >> let's play just something that mitt romney said, lot of the discomfort with him is what people considered flip flopping. let's have a quick look about what he said about this issue. >> can't state every issue with the same statement every single time. for political and c
CSPAN
Feb 13, 2012 2:00am EST
enough to give up their weapons, so could we. by the way, the official policy in china is already there. if you say we never use them first, you're saying pretty much the same thing. it is not precise, but it is pretty much the same thing. if he could get into that kind of a situation, you could envision a world in which if everyone was producing more or less simultaneously, like we're trying to do with russia now, an adequate deterrent could be maintained until the last minute when the last weapons were reduced. the return could be reduced as you go along. the other side has nuclear weapons, you need less to deter the possibility that they might use them. that is the concept for how you get out of this. is is a long, difficult process. as long as we are in the box we are in now and we are not on a path to zero, and that requires all sorts of stuff to get on that path, incentives will not be there, at least in my view. any time one state has the clear weapons, the one thing that really works is deterrence if you want to protect yourself against that state's nuclear weapons. some other s
CSPAN
Dec 21, 2014 7:00pm EST
china. he stepped into one of the most partisan and shark-infested environments in recent history. he set a bar that was extremely tough to match. frankly, if the economy continues to recover and if we are not attacked again here in a consequential way, plus if health care end up expanding services, cutting costs, and providing quality care, and if a republican is not elected in 2016, i think his legacy could actually be quite a significant one. host: among the questions in the book, how important are individuals in the broader current of history and how much do they matter in comparison to the broader forces that shape their times? guest: the great debate between what is more important, circumstances or the individual. karl marx argued that men make history, but rarely as they please. one of the points i'm trying to get across is that character is important and individuals are critically important. but you must anchor the individuals in circumstances in which they find themselves. great presidents can not simply create transformative change without the right set of circumstances.
CSPAN
Sep 13, 2014 10:00am EDT
and they are not impressed. strategic rivals like russia and china, hostile people are drawing conclusions and take note on the hard things that we do as the preeminent the mocker see. -- democracy. this goes back to fdr. the finest amend new how to choose a message of strength. -- of me knew how to choose a message of strength. i think of the reagan military buildup of the 1980's. american resolve in unmistakable terms. i think of a few days after saddam hussein was taken into american custody. among others who were paying attention was the dictator of libya, who let it be known that we could come and take away his entire inventory of nuclear components. we did. what would have to doff he done in 2011 -- qaddafi done in 2011? they watch what our leaders do in america and they listen to what our leaders say. a few of our most single-minded enemies might wonder why president obama was talking about the terrorists being on the run when the opposite was happening. by the estimates of the rand corporation, since 2010, there has been a 58% increase in the number of jihadist groups a
CSPAN
Feb 5, 2012 10:30am EST
energy security is now in the hands of china, iran, and other opec nations. that is not a good choice. the keystone pipeline is the right thing to do to create jobs and make our nation more energy secure. i would like to yield the balance of my time to congressman terry from nebraska. >> can i reject that? i appreciate the opportunity. >> i recognize the gentleman from california for five minutes. >> the topic we are discussing is the keystone pipeline. the republicans are like keystone kops in the way they handled this issue. they have been going out on a limb to get the pipeline approved, even to the point where a tax cut for middle-class americans and unemployment benefits, the bill was held up to make sure there was a provision that gives special treatment to the keystone pipeline. these brilliant people put in a provision that said the president had to decide the issue within a certain period of time. the president said he wanted to get all the facts first. now they have come up with a bill -- this is a remarkable bill. i wish people would read it. this is the pipeline in
CSPAN
Apr 21, 2012 10:00am EDT
has been unwilling to use that leverage to persuade pyongyang to change course. while china may have expressed its displeasure with the north's recent missile launch, the fact remains that beijing serves as pyongyang's economic lifeline, sending food and fuel to prop up the north korean regime and luxury goods to satisfy the north korean elite. china continues to play this role because beijing fears a flood of refugees from an unstable north korea more than a nuclear north korea armed with ballistic missiles and nuclear weapons. my guess is that beijing also likes having a buffer between itself and south korea, a strong u.s. ally. by enabling the north korean regime is aggressive and reckless behavior, which threatens regional stability, china in up undermining its own security calculus. just what kind of regime is south korea backing? life under the youngkim is as bleak as ever, with the average person enjoying no real religious our personal freedoms. hundreds of thousands of political prisoners remain in prison in gulags. others endeavour to skate by any means possible, even if it
CSPAN
Jul 7, 2012 10:00am EDT
not receive too much publicity. the state council of china decided that there would be 5 million of debt to cars in china from zero. 5 million. they do not take too many objectives. all car manufacturers are being told that if you want to expand your operation are build a new plan, the best come with a new energy car. i think the future is zero emissions. we are going to have to be patient enough and strategic enough to maintain that. >> i want to come back to china in a minute. let's stick to the u.s. market, the one the people in this room know the best. last month, the numbers were around 500. you have to be disappointed. at one point, you said you were going to sell a least 20,000 electric cars in 2012. it looks like you will not get there. >> i am looking at global sales of minicars coming. >> global you are talking 6000 or 7000. >> last year, we sold 25,000. today is the most sold electric car in history. this year, our forecast is double. if you focus on one particular market and say you only sold 500, it is disappointing. we cannot get all of our cars right of every month. t
CSPAN
Jul 28, 2012 2:00pm EDT
face another challenge in a rising china. china is attendant to the interests of its government but it too often disregards the rights of its people. it's selective in the freedoms it allows, and as with its one child policy, it can be ruthless in crushing the freedoms it denies. in conducting trade with america, it permits flagrant patent and copyright violations, forestalls american businesses from competing in its market and manipulates its currency to obtain unfair advantage. it's in our mutual interest, of course, for china to be a partner for a stable and secure world, and we welcome its participation in trade. but the cheating must finally be brought to a stop. the president hasn't done it and won't do it, and i will. [applause] >> we will need that same clarity of purpose and resolve in the middle east. america can't be neutral in the outcome there. we've got to clearly stand for the values of representative government, economic opportunity and human rights, and we must stand against the extension of iranian or jihadist influence. egypt is at the center of this drama. in man
CSPAN
Jul 8, 2012 2:00pm EDT
from china, india and the middle east. they need access to head out to monitor -- commodity prices and interest rates. there is a place for an integrated model. this is not about our business model. it is about our culture. the definition we talked about inside is that every single decision remake -- we make, -- for us to believe that, everyone has to behave in that way. it is about culture, values, integrity, honesty. that is what barclay's is about. i think the issues we are facing are about bad behavior and in some instances, culture. >> we may -- in your letter to us on the 28th of june, you spoke about your concerns. various individuals [unintelligible] who at barclays said concerns with these various agencies? >> i do not know the exact level of every meeting. i think one of the letters, there is a discussion of who the people were on both sides. is there not? it will not provide that information? >> i am just asking if you knew who the people were raising these concerns. >> it was often in the group treasury. in some cases, from the compliance area. >> to you have compliance
CSPAN
Oct 20, 2012 10:00am EDT
many critical issues. russia, china, and iran continue to support via sought dictatorship. they have sent arms, the plight revolutionary guards, advising and assisting the security forces in repressing them a. in repressing the iran's green movement home in 2009, although i think we have not heard the last of the grain movement. the bottom line is that the obama administration must abandon wishful thinking about the nature of that regime, the effectiveness of the united nations and the supposed benefits with russia. if this is to successfully address was going on inside syria. the timid syria policy is especially grating when compared to its policy on egypt. there, the administration pressed for mubarak to resign in a matter of weeks despite the fact it was a longtime ally. it took five months to issue similar calls for the resignation of assad. the country gained a reputation for quickly abandoning its friends while courting its enemies. i think we will find it has more enemies and less friends. this is likely to be one of the lasting legacies of the obama administration in the
CSPAN
Aug 19, 2012 10:30am EDT
back, you want to leave it in china or brazil or germany, you can -- there is no additional tax to leave it there. we have more than $1 trillion overseas. when you talk to the corporate guys who have been trying to get obama for the last 3 1/2 years to go to territoriality or allow repatriation of that money without a big tax hit, some say it is between $500 billion and $800 billion that would come back in the same year. it does not cost anybody anything. we just have to get rid of our worldwide tax system. the reason anheuser-busch was bought by a european company, it is more valuable if it is owned by a european company than an american company because of the way we tax earnings and other countries do not. if we did not fix this, other companies will start being bought more and more by foreign companies. the economics just makes sense. we can fix that by taking our rates down 25%. and by going to a territorial tax system. i think these are extremely important. another challenge that europe has is the defined-benefit government pensions, the social- welfare pensions, the unionized
CSPAN
Dec 15, 2012 10:00am EST
. it's a different sensibility. >> it's a nixon-to-china thing. >> right. it's a different sensibility and -- >> confidence about that. >> right. again, i think we as democrats need to be very careful to think this is over with latinos. it's not. i think the playing surface is a beneficial one to the democrats right now and i think there's plenty of work. >> sorry. >> but the work needs to continue to solidify that. they -- this is an electorate that is too diverse. there's generational change happening in it. you need to stay engaged. you need to -- you know, those 800,000 to a million hispanics who are aging into the electorate need to be reached out to, need to be cultivated, need to be worked, you know, quite frankly, by both parties. i'm hoping the republicans won't. [laughter] as a partisan. and then there is this question and i don't know -- i don't think the research has been done yet and roberto can correct me if i'm wrong here, in terms of this kind of millennial question. >> yes. >> the latino electorate is young and getting younger, and the question is how -- are they going
CSPAN
Jan 29, 2012 2:00pm EST
the oil from getting out. the canadians are looking seriously at a partnership with china to build the pipeline due west of vancouver. imagine american president so destructive that he forces canada into a partnership with china because they're more reliable than the united states, i would have thought it impossible. it goes against our deepest interests. we have a national security and an economic interest in developing energy security. we want to develop the maximum amount of new oil and gas because it will drive down the price of gasoline, which has doubled under obama and is continuing to go up because he is so deeply anti-american energy. it creates jobs and it lowers the cost of gasoline. the second reason is because i want us to become completely independent from the metal least -- the middle east. [applause] no american president should ever again bow to a saudi king. [applause] crowd: newt, newt, newt! >> people say to me, how you do all this? i will show you. of course you can do it. i need your help on tuesday to then receive the nomination. when we win the nomination, w
CSPAN
Mar 31, 2012 7:00pm EDT
nepal and turkey, and china and elsewhere. you are very welcome here. we are very grateful to you. [applause] before i ever appeared on the jon stewart show, my daughter told me years ago when she was just a little older than you that more people in her generation got their news from jon stewart that from the network news. [applause] at first, i thought it sounded a little weird. but i can tell you now, i have been on jon stewart's show to talk about two of the three books i have written since i left the white house. he clearly had read them. he knew what the facts were. he had been well briefed. and every other time i've been on there, he really seemed to me to have put in more time and more preparation and ask more serious question, while poking a little fun at me along the way, then anyone else who has interviewed me. in short, he has done what we need to do more of in our schools. he makes learning fun, and it is still learning. please welcome jon stewart. [cheers and applause] >> thank you very much. hello, how are you guys? how are you? [cheers] it is an absolute honor to be
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