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LINKTV
May 5, 2017 7:00am PDT
east government finally makes a shift in german politics necessary. we are also joinined by george -- bys on shani rosanes george abela -- by deutsche shani rosanes. and our other guest argues the german israeli relationship has never been easy, not only because of the lack of understanding but the lack of empathy between the two sides. give us the bigger picture -- how uniquely important are the relations between israel and the germans? >> there's a long history and a history where i would always say it would be good if there would be more understanding, more questioning than ready-made answers, especially when it comes down to the complicated conflict that we have seen and observed over decades already, but i would agree, by now, there is a strong fundamental -- peter: you say there is a fundamental lack of empathy and understanding. sylke: there is, because the differences in the world israelis and germans or palestinians, for this matter, is really fundamental. germans like to think they live in a world, at least recently, -- at least until recently, that is post national, post
LINKTV
Aug 31, 2017 10:00pm PDT
reagan and vivice presidedent george bh would run against walter mondale and geraldine ferraro. it was the first time a woman would run for the vice president spot. in ethiopia, another famine strikes this east african nation with almost one million dying from starvation. in england, the prince and princess of wales, charles and diana, have their second child, prince harry. in norway, bishop desmond tutu of s south africa would receive the nobel peace prize for waging a nonvioiolent campaign against aparthei
LINKTV
Jun 4, 2015 7:00pm PDT
hooton and george -- between putin and george w. bush on missile defense. altogether, russia took part in 16 g summit meetings. 1998 in birmingham was the first summit with russia as a full member. issues included the economic crisis in asia and the fight against organized crime. 2014 was the last g8 summit with a russian president. at that time they were no longer merely a tolerated guest but a power with its own resources and agenda. reflecting the various regional interests of the participants. melinda: johannes leithauser know summit where the russian -- no summit there where the russian presence made a difference? mr. leithauser: i would not say that he made a huge difference in a way that the world was shaped in a different way after than before. if you look at these pictures, you get the impression of how staged these events are in general. i just noticed that the german chancellor is always wearing a green jacket. i would like to place a bet. melinda: maybe she didn't bring a big suitcase? mr. posener:mr. leithauser: she knew that there were no talks in danger of being lon
LINKTV
Sep 24, 2016 2:00pm PDT
their borders are too open. >> doris and georg kirsch from germany are about to close the deal of a lifetime, here in this village south of hungary's lake balaton. doris and georg kirsch have just bought a house. they're not planning to return to germany. >> i was scared in germany. >> you were afraid? of what? >> of the young men coming to germany. >> no one minds when families go to germany. eveveryone understands when n 's families with children. we haven't been in germrmany foa while, but on tv we saw that there aren't many families with children going there. instead it's all those young men. >> they say their friends in germany would like to leave as well, but most don't have the savings to leave. they're on the way to their new home. >> she's walking between those trees over there. you'll see her in a moment. >> she could be a hungarian muslim. look, you can see her now. but she looks more like she's indian, or something like that. there aren't many muslims in hungary. only about 1% or 2% of the population. >> they say they feel safe in hungary. for years, hungary's been a pop
LINKTV
Jun 24, 2017 2:00pm PDT
. i think that one of the reasons was that he got george bush on his side at the time. and george bush being america had more to say than margaret thatcher. but that said, i think what's left without doubt, we have now the best germany that's ever been as a result of helmut kohl. and arguably the best europe. so those are two big things that helmut kohl has done. but then we come to the fine detail and the situation now. and a lot of things have gone wrong. but basically i think is a starting point, we have those two things. melinda: those two things were deeply linked in the mind of helmut kohl himself. we have a quote from him that pretty much sums up the words that he used to convince the skeptics when it came to german unification. >> let us be good neighbors and dependable partners. let us remain german europeans and european germans. then we'll have good prospects for a future in peace and freedom. melinda: alan posner, you said in your opening statement that chancellor kohl squandered -- sorry. you said that chancellor merkel squandered kohl's legacy. she was in fact mentor
LINKTV
Sep 25, 2016 2:30pm PDT
pryor. may: yeah. maz: uh, george carlin, some of these guys who would get political. may: the old-school guys, yeah. maz: the old-school guys, but they got political and they-- and they had social commentary. and i think that comedy can really do a good job of that. that's why a show like "the daily show" is so great now because there's constant social and political commentary going on. may: and it's educational, right? i mean, bececse you're sending a message out in the form of laughter, but it does-- it definitely resonates that way, even better sometimes. maz: yeah, absolutely. you know, it's funny. i was on a panel one time with the comedian d.l. hughley, and i always quote him. he said that, uh, "comedy is like giving people their medicine, but in orange juice." may: oh, that's perfect. that's brilliant. maz: yeah, so they don't taste it. may: right. maz: you know what i'm saying? i mean, i think a lot of times, people are more open to listening to a message that comes through comedically, as opposed to just listening-- someone listening to a politician speak. may: totally ag
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