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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
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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
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Jun 25, 2016 2:00pm PDT
eu citizenship. so for her, it's clear where this part of the puzzle belongs: in the eu. georg: in? francesca:yes, definitely. >> a good bit of irish dancing here to get me back in touch with my irish roots. london has one of the largest irish communities in the world. this referendum is not only about england leaving the european union, it is about the whole of the u.k. leaving. that includes ireland. now, when my grandfather left belfast, the region was a warzone. and i can remember myself the bombings here in england as part of that conflict. today, though, northern ireland is more peaceful than it's been for years. and some say that's partly thanks to the eu. but there are very real fears could be under threat if the u.k. votes to leave the european union. barry cullen, sales manager for a duck farm, is making his daily rounds. as a native of northern ireland, he's feeling a bit worried these -- a bit concerned these days. he is worried that if britain were to leave the eu, it could have negative consequences for the farm -- which lies right on the border between northern irela
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