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Sep 11, 2017 7:00am EDT
small but what i really say is authoritarianism is better they have two examples, china the largest country in the world and singapore one of the smallest and singapore was fortunate. it had a wide planned leader in the point you. it was at the time a democratic values who were not obvious and he turned out to be a wise and benign leader but the problem with that very is you had better hope the next one is benign and the sun is benign and the son after him is benign because you don't always get lucky. and we have this tendency to full democracy to a high standards than we do authoritarian so there are all kinds of really bad military leaders. the idea that authoritarians are somehow better because they deliver for their people, the chinese have delivered although that particular model is kind of running out of steam now. singapore delivered but there are so many authoritarians that didn't deliver it that we hold call democracy to a higher standard. >> china you don't expect their jeffersonian democracy will break at any time they are. >> i don't expect a jeffersonian democracy to br
CSPAN
Sep 3, 2017 7:05am EDT
authoritarian sometimes they have to advantages. >> china, the largest country in the world and singapore, one of the smallest. for was fortunate.it had a wide wise leader. >> it was a time when democratic values were not very obvious in most of asia and he turned out to be a truly wise, benign leader. but the problem with that theory is then you better hope that the next one is benign and then that his son is benign and his son after him is benign because you don't always get lucky. the singaporeans got lucky and we have a tendency to hold democracy to higher standards than we do authoritarian's. so there are all kinds of really bad authoritarian leaders, just read venezuela. >> the idea that authoritarians are somehow better becausethey deliver to their people , the chinese have delivered although that particular model is running out of steam now. look forward to delivering but there are so many authoritarian that didn't deliver that we sometimes hold democracy to a higher standard. >> china, you don't expect that jeffersonian democracy will break out there anytime soon. >> i don't expe
CSPAN
Sep 4, 2017 3:37pm EDT
say when people say authoritarian is sometimes better they have two examples. china, the largest country in the world and singapore, one of the smallest and singapore was fortunate. it had a wise man leader in lee kwan yu. it was at a time democratic values were not very obvious in most of asia and he turned out to be a truly, wise, benign leader but the problem with that theory is, you better hope the next one is benign and then that his son is benign and that his son after him is benign because you don't always get lucky. the singaporeans got very lucky. we have tendency to hold democracies to higher standards than we do authoritarians. there are all kind of really bad authoritarian leaders. just read caracas, in venezuela. somehow authoritarians are better for people because they deliver for their people. but the chinese have delivered but that particular model is running out of steam. singapore delivered. but so many authoritarians have not delivered that we sometimes hold democracies to a higher standard.ll >> china, you don't expect jeffersonian democracy will break out the
CSPAN
Sep 9, 2017 6:30pm EDT
people say it is sometimes better they have two examples. china -- the largest country in the worlu and singapore one of the smalls and singapore was fortunate. a wise man leader that was at a time when democracy values were not very -- very obvious in most of asia, and he turned out to be a trily wise benign leader. but the problem with that theory is then you better hope that the next one is benign and that his son is benign and that his son after him is benign. because you don't always get lucky. singapore got lucky and we have this tendency to hold democracy to higher starngdz than we do authoritarians. so there are all kinds of reallr bad aleadsers so the idea that they're better because they deliver for their people, the chinese have delivered.some although that particular model is kind of running out of steame now. singapore delivered but there are so many author yarens that didn't deliver that i think we stiesms hold democracies to higher standards. >> now, china, you don't expect that the democracy will break out there any time soon, right? >> i don't expect they'll break o
CSPAN
Sep 17, 2017 8:00pm EDT
something but china there also about to have an interesting test. china's economy grew rapidly but they did it with heavyvy exports in the low cost of labor provider they did it and with the command economy with economic growth under that model anymore. when you free up market sources there's a mismatch between those market forces in the top down authority. how much that can be for you have a class of those.cup lo their reported rights. not because someone was out protesting but because a person would find that a party leader would seize their land. they have no courts to go to.wo even chinese leaders will save we need independent courts.does how long is it before independent courts become an independent judiciary. ag are starting to get a distance in the institutional landscape in china and i wille tell you one other story. i gave a lecture at the great university and the college ofat the cross between harvard and stanford. the question blew me away.th the questions were i'm an engineer why do i need to take literature.s don' when you do if your parents are like the major that you chos
CSPAN
Jun 11, 2017 6:59am EDT
koreans is probably china but the chinese have always been more fearful of the collapse of the regime than of a nuclear regime, so that i have refuse today tighten the screws on the north koreans and they could do a lot, they could close the bored, they could deny them fuel oil, the chinese could really hurt the regime. the chinese have to be convinced that they now have to do whatever it takes to stop the regime and when you hear the administration say, if you won't deal with the north koreans, we will. that's the message that they're sending. now the we will is kind of ugly because if you want to look at military options, you're looking at seoul which is very vulnerable and very close to border, militarized zone, the north koreans could do a lot of damage, civilian casualties in seoul. so the options are not very good. it's complicated by the new president in south korea who is a man of the left who has said we ought to be negotiating with the north koreans. trust me i tried that and they walked away and we are going to try to find a way to protect south korea and protect jap
CSPAN
May 28, 2017 7:30pm EDT
between china and the united states through, and destined for war. historian sean takes a closer look at the end of the romanoff's rule over russia and the russian revolution. look for these titles in bookstores this coming week. watch for authors in the near future of book tv, on c-span to. [inaudible] >> ladies and gentlemen. please welcome condoleezza rice. [applause] [applause] [applause] >> good evening everyone. my name is john, i have the honor of being the executive director of the ronald reagan presidential foundation. i want to thank you for coming out this evening. in honor of our men and women in uniform protecting our freedoms around the world would you please stand and join me for the pledge of allegiance. >> i pledge allegiance to the flag, of the united states of america and to the republic, for which it stands. one nation, under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. please be seated. before we get started i want to recognize a couple of people in the audience. i know with the first couple you will recognize them they have been such terrific supporters of th
CSPAN
Jul 4, 2017 8:45pm EDT
the north koreans is probably china but the chinese have always been more fearful than the nuclear regime. they have refused to tighten the screen so they can do a lot wi with. they have to be convinced to do whatever they can for the regi regime. if you hear them say if he won't do with the north koreans, we will. but if the message that they are sending. it is kind of ugly because if you want to look at military options, you are looking at seoul which is very vulnerable and close to the border. they could do a lot of damage and civilian casualties very quickly. we ought to be negotiating, trust me, i tried that and they walked away. we are going to have to try to find a way to protect south korea and japan because again, no president can let the north koreans reach. [applause] we have seen a lot of analysis if he thinks there is one tragedy to occur they would point to the disaggregation absolution. i got an insight into this because i know vladimir putin very willing to spend a lot of time with him. [applause] he thought they would get more attention. so, one day we were sitting
CSPAN
Jun 3, 2017 5:30pm EDT
what do you do about it? the only country that has influence with the north korean's is probably china but the chinese have always been more fearful of the collapse of the regime than of a newborn nuclear regime. they could do a lot. they could close the border, deny them fuel oil. the chinese could really hurt the regime but the chinese have to be convinced they could do whatever it is they need to stop the regime. the we will is kind of ugly because if you wabt want to look at military options you are looking at soule which is vulnerable and close to the border and the north koreans could do a lot of damage very quickly there. the options are not very good. it is complicated by the new president in south korea who is a man of the left who has said we ought to be negotiating with the north koreans. trust me, i tried that. they walked away. we are going to have to find a way to protect south korea and protect japan because no president can let the north koreans be able to reach the united states with a knuckler weapon. first of all i know vladimir putin well. i spent time with him. he
LINKTV
Nov 9, 2017 8:00am PST
don't blame china. amy: on a five-country trip to asia, president trump p is now n china. after lavish welcome billed as a "state visit-plus," trump focused on the trade deficit with a country he once accused of raping the united statates ad called for china to sever ties with north korea. chinese president xi jinping said he is open to dialogue. >> both sides will continue to strictly and act all humans secured council resolutions. and at the same time, we are committed toto continuing to soe the north koreanan nuclear issue through dialalogue and talalks. amy: then to the famine in yemen. blockading ships. >> they are exterminating the yemeni people. this.lim should be doing these are unjust operations. but it is that unexpected for those who kill children. amy: we will speak witith yemeni journalist afrah nasser, facing death sites, she is in exile from human the continues to report on human n rights violations, women's issues, and press freedom. she is here in the u.s. to receive international free press award fromom the committee to protecect journalists. all thatat and mor
LINKTV
Oct 9, 2017 3:00pm PDT
world. he's also been called the most dangerous man in china. ai weiwei was born in 1957 in beijing. his mother was writer gao ying and his father was the revered poet ai qing. the year after ai weiwei was born, his father was named an enemy of the people. he and his family, including one-year-old ai weiwei, were sent to a hard labor camp in the gobi desert in remote northwest china. ai weiwei spent the next 16 years of his life growing up in hard labor camps, with harsh living conditions and little formal education. the family had only one book -- a large french encyclopedia. at 19, ai weiwei and his family returned to beijing and he enrolled in beijing film academy to study animation. there, he became part of a group of avant-garde artists organizing against government-control of the arts. their slogan -- "we demand political democracy and artistic freedom." he was also part of a small political movement of students who produced posters calling for reforms and pasted them on them on a brick wall that came to be known as the democracy wall. when the leader of that movement was sent
PBS
Oct 9, 2017 12:00pm PDT
the hour. he's been called the most dangerous man in china and the most powerful artist in the world. we'll speak to him about art, human rights, power, and his epic new documentary "human flow," which is a sweeping look at the struggle of the more than 65 million refugees worldwide. >> being a refugee is much more than a political status. it is the most pervasive kind of -- that can be accessed against the human being. you are forcibly, of all aspects that would make human life not just tolerable, but meaningful in many ways. amy: we'll also get a sneak preview of his new massive new art installation that spans across new york city's boroughs. it critiques the global rise of nationalism and the closure of borders. it's called "good fences make good neighbors." the fence is to divide. it is about territory. about dividing to push the others away or to stop others from crossing. -- rally, amy: all that and more, coming up. welcome to democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. the powerful head of the senate foreign relations committee, tennessee repub
PBS
Aug 25, 2015 12:00pm PDT
crazy last few weeks to be honest. amy: stocks plummet in china again as the dow loses hundreds of points. are we facing a new economic crisis? have we even recovered from the last one? we will speak to economist michael hudson author of the new book, "killing the host: how financial parasites and debt bondage destroy the global economy." then "tell homeland security-we , are the bomb." that is the title of a new book i boots riley. >> music, in particular right now, at that point for me, hip-hop, is something that could be used as a rallying cry, as a people to understand the common necessity, a common feeling, a common emotion to get people to join movements. amy: all that and more, coming up. welcome to democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. as many as ten thousand people fleeing violence in their home countries are surging through the balkans in efforts to reach hungary before the country seals its border. many of the people are fleeing wars in syria and afghanistan. they are traveling by busses, on foot, in wheelchair and wheelbarrows. onc
LINKTV
Jun 7, 2017 3:00pm PDT
. we will get response from trita parsi. then china is refusing to release three activists who were arrested while they were investigating labor conditions at a factory manufacturing ivanka trump brand shoes. the men worked for china labor watch, which says the supplier forced workers into excessive overtime, verbally abused them and paid wages below china's legal minimum. we will get the latest. president trump kicks off his infrastructure week by announcing plans to privatize air traffic control. pres. trump: i am proposing new principles to congress for air-traffic control reform, making flights quicker, safer, and more reliable. crucially, these reforms are supported by air traffic controllers themselves. amy: we will speak with the consumer advocate group flyers' rights, which says trump's proposal amounts to giving the airlines control over a core public access for free and would allow them to extract new fees and increased taxes from passengers. then we look at the opioid epidemic and the new crarackdown by the t trump administration. >> for americans under the age ofof 50, d
LINKTV
Apr 6, 2017 8:00am PDT
at u.s.-china relations. pres. trump: we cannot continue to allow china to rape our country. and that is what they're doing. it is the greatest theft in history of the world. amy: that was donald trump on the campaign trail. today, he is hosting chinese president xi jinping at his mar-a-lago g golf resosort. all of that and more, coming up. welcome to democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. president donald trump said wednesday a chemical weapons attack in syria this week that left at least 86 people dead had altered his position on syriria and its leader bashar al-assad. speaking at the white house alongside king abdullah of jordan, trump called the attack an affront to humanity, but offered no details about his planned response. pres. trump: it crossed a a lotf lines for me. when you kill innocent children -- innococent babies. babieses. littttle babies. with a chemical gas that is so lethal. people were shocked dear what gas that was. that crosses any, many lines. amy: when trump was later asked whether he would consider military interventi
PBS
Sep 30, 2014 12:00pm PDT
to occupy central hong kong demanding greater political freedom from china. we will go to hong kong for the latest. then, as afghanistan swears in its new government, we will look at the rise one of the country's most notorious warlords, abdul rashid dostum. >> the village might be looted. your family will be in danger. they will be killed. they will be ripped. .here will be no safety i am telling you straight. you must be honest. i am being honest with you here. in 2001 dostum was accused of -- >> in 2001 dostum was accused of orchestrating the killing of up to 2,000 taliban prisoners in what became known as the afghan massacre. on monday he was sworn in as afghanistan's new vice president. all that and more, coming up. welcome to democracy now, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. hong kong is facing its largest political unrest in decades as pro-democracy protesters have refused to leave the streets. tens of thousands of people have defied a police crackdown to continue their calls for greater political freedom. the protests began last week over china's re
WHUT
Sep 20, 2012 6:00pm EDT
plan to close the factory and make it to china. the workers have been trying to get romney to save their jobs. >> romney supporters in the audience were calling as communists because we're trying to save our jobs from going to communist china. >> first, mother jones reporter david corn who obtained the secret mitt romney tapes. >> david corn and mitt romney and the showdown, the inside story and "showdown: the indside story of how obama fought back against boehner, cantor, and the tea party." all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. we are broadcasting from freeport, illinois. the justice department's inspector general has issued a long anticipated report faulting top federal officials over the controversial gun sting operation known as fast and furious while exonerating attorney general eric holder. the operation saw u.s. agents allowing the sale of thousands of guns to middlemen for mexican drug cartels in an attempt to gain access to senior level figures within mexico's criminal organization. the nearl
LINKTV
Nov 5, 2013 9:00am PST
culture in china, it is a such an old civilization. and this symbol, besides its implications specifically within the religion, talks about balance, and harmony, and unity. and these are aspects of the eastern, the east asian world; touched on those a bit with buddhism, we'll see buddhism is in the mix, but the sense of the oneness, the unity of all things. now, think for a moment religiously how different that is. we don't have what i would call ontological dualism, we don't have a situation here where the world is here, human life is here, we live in history, and god angels the forces of creation are apart from that. what if everything belonged to one system? we are moving along the line more on the line of a monist. how would you react, ethically, if you felt that you, though you might have a different position in this oneness, you were a part of it, truly a part, there is a part in a part thing you have been dealing with the whole semester? that's a part of the instinct, that move to harmony and balance. if all is one, and there is no way you can opt out of the system, the
WHUT
Oct 26, 2012 6:00pm EDT
the factory to china, ending 170 jobs. a federal appeals court has rejected the group plan. his challenge of a funding ban in taxes. texas has sought to cut payments to planned parenthood and exclude it from a government funded health program for low- income women because it also provides abortions. the texas program offers cancer and health screenings as well as birth control to some 100,000 low-income women, about 40,000 of whom are served through planned parenthood. the court of appeals for the but circuit in new orleans declined to reconsider an earlier ruling upholding the ban. in response, texas governor rick perry immediately announced that texas will stop all payments to program participants affiliated with abortion providers. a recent george washington university study has warned texas will be unlikely to provide adequate care to the patients currently served by planned parenthood. the supreme court is set to decide today on whether to hear a challenge to the conviction of five former top officials with the holy land foundation, once the nation's largest muslim charity.
LINKTV
May 19, 2014 3:00pm PDT
william worthy. at the height of the cold war, he defied u.s. government by reporting from cuba, china, the soviet union, and iran. he went to north vietnam. the folksinger phil ochs once even wrote a song about him. >> went down to cuba am a he's not an american anymore. somehow it is strange to hear the state department say, you're living in the free world in the free world you must day ♪ >> we will air excerpts of our 1998 interview with william worthy and speak to three journalists who knew him. jeremy scahill and former washington post reporter scott armstrong. he took documents bill worthy brought back from iran and published them in the washington post when the new york times refused. we will also speak with the worthy's close associate photographer randy goodman who went with him to iran on a number of trips. all of that and more coming up. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. dozens of people have been killed and tens of thousands displaced after unprecedented flooding in the balkans. an estimated three months worth of rain hit
PBS
Oct 2, 2015 12:00pm PDT
smog crisis in china. >> previously, the environment issues are just peanuts. we can deal with it when we become rich enough. , we had the historical disaster.smog landscape changed the of environmental discussion in china. >> have you ever seen a star in the sky? >> no. >> what about a blue sky? >> i have seen one that is a little blue. >> what about clouds? >> no. the dome" wasnder online just one week before the chinese government took it down. in that week, it was viewed in china more than 200 million times. cooks you can't walk out because people can breathe. this cannot be the way the world is supposed to be about. >> air pollution has really become a big topic in china and the rising middle class people in china, you know, in many ways have improved a lot, now start to ask, when can we buy clean air? amy: from the film, "this changes everything." avi lewis is the director. china. the images are a believable. >> it is so striking. this is the metal of -- model of galloping economic growth and now people are literally choking on that growth. it is the number one issue of chin
WHUT
Jun 17, 2013 6:00pm EDT
process he should be getting. >> edward snowden did an interview with the south china morning post. he said one target of the nsa hacking was the chinese university of hong kong, which according to the new york times host the city's main hub for internet connections to the rest of the world. and you talk about the significance of this? , actually, the chinese university hosts what is called the hong kong internet exchange. it is not exactly the hub to the rest of the world, but it is the hub within hong kong. all of the hong kong traffic between internet service providers will pass through this internet exchange in the chinese university. in a way, you would guess that if somebody would want to snoop and want to listen in to as much traffic as possible, then you would choose the biggest intersection point. that would be this. i think that is what conventional wisdom here as been sort of guessing, why that particular place, that university, has been picked up as a target. but, of course, i think in saysen's interview, he that all over the world there were at least over 60,000 of the
LINKTV
Nov 12, 2014 8:00am PST
% to 28% below 2005 levels by 2025. >> the united states and china announce a plan to cut carbon emissions, but will it be enough to do with the climate crisis? and willie fcc rejected president obama's call to preserve net neutrality and an open and free internet? then to iraq. to gain is nothing washing over the darker portions of a war. the vietnam war bitterly divided america. we must admit past mistakes. and we must learn from past mistakes. because that is how we avoid repeating that mistake. >> chuck hagel talks about mistakes made in the vietnam war. retired three-star lieutenant general daniel bolger, author of the new book "why we lost: a general's inside account of the iraq and afghanistan wars." up.that and more coming welcome to democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. the u.s. and china, the world's two largest polluters, have agreed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions over the next decade. president obama unveiled the details with chinese president xi jinping in beijing. also announce the united states has produced a new goal of r
WHUT
Dec 5, 2012 6:00pm EST
disabilities act of 1990. 126 countries, including britain, germany, china, and russia, have already ratified the un convention is a person with disabilities. bernard obermeyer of the who noted that the treaty rejected by republicans covers 15% of the world's population. >> people with disabilities make a 15% of the world's population and have worse health and socio- economic outcomes than people without disabilities. across the world, people with disabilities have for help, lower educational achievement, less economic participation, and higher rates of poverty and people without disabilities. this unacceptable situation must change. >> california has formalized its refusal to ensure the enforcement of federal effort begin immigration requests. on tuesday, attorney general kamala harris said state agencies are not required to -- comply with the program known as secure communities, where local authorities share fingerprints with immigration officials. the program led to the record deportation of around 400,000 people last year. striking care for workers at the port of los angeles and
LINKTV
Jan 2, 2017 8:00am PST
world for saving us from this impending disaster was china -- authoritarian, harsh china. that's where hopes were placed. at the same time, the leader of the free world, the richest, most powerful country in history, was acting in such a way as to doom the hopes to total disaster. it is an astonishing spectacle. and it is no less astounding that it received almost no comment, something to think about. well, the effects are quite real. cop21, the paris negotiations, could not reach a verifiable the refusal ofof the republican congress to accept binding commitments. the follow-up conference, cop 22, ended without any issue. we will soon see, in the not very distant future, even more dangerous, horrifying consequences of this failure right here to come to term to address in a serious way this impending crisis. so, say, take the country of bangladesh. within a few years, tens of millions of people will be fleeing from the low-lying coastal plains simply because of the rise of sea level with the melting of the huge antarctic glaciers much more quickly than was anticipated and the seve
PBS
Apr 17, 2017 12:00pm PDT
to china which is urging both sides to , de-escalate their rhetoric and actions? then to the state of arkansas. >> nobody in the modern history of the united states death penalty is attempted to carry out two sets of back-to-back executions within the same week, let alone four sets within the space of 11 days. amy: arkansas's plan to carry out an unprecedented series of executions has been thrown into chaos after a judge ruled friday to temporarily halt the state's plan to kill eight men over the next 11 days. the state have been rushing to carry out the killings before its execution drugs expired. we will get the latest. and we will look at rising in turkey where president tayyip erdogan has declared victory in a referendum to vastly expand his powers. but turkey's main opposition party says the results should be tossed out. they claim widespread fraud. all that and more, coming up. welcome to democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. vice president mike pence has made an unannounced visit to the demilitarized zone separating north and south kore
PBS
Mar 13, 2017 12:00pm PDT
followed the recent murders of two black transgender women in new orleans, 31-year-old china gibson and 25-year-old ciara mcelveen. in texas, a federal court panel ruled friday that the state's republican-led legislatu illegally drew three congressional districts suppress the votg power mirities. the 2-1 ruling by the fifth circuit court of appls found the state's illegal gerrymandering packed minorities into some districts and split them in others, diluting the voting power of latinos and other nonwhite citizens. the districts were drawn in 2011, the same year then-governor rick perry signed a voter i.d. law that was later struck down by federal courts because discrimined against norities. a new documentary casts further doubt on the claims that a ferguson, missouri police , officer acted in self-defense when he shot and killed 18-year-old michael brown in august of 2014. after the killing, ferguson's police department released video footage showing what officers said was michael brown shoplifting a box of cigarillos from a convenience store and pushing a clerk who confronted him.
WHUT
Oct 10, 2012 6:00pm EDT
close the factory and ship their jobs to china. >> i am here because people that have their livelihoods, have raised their families, they have worked at their jobs and put in long hours and hard hours, they are losing them to communist china. romney, who benefits from bain capital, he does not seem to think there is any correlation at all. i just believe in their cause prix de >> as millions of americans by the new iphone5, we look at why thousands of chinese workers at a key plant walked off the job last week. all that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. we are broadcasting from the capital of new mexico in santa fe. polls continue to show a narrowing presidential race after a widely by president obama over the past month. or reuters daily tracking poll says obama and republican challenger mitt romney are tied among likely voters at 45% each. but when the findings of a peace survey on monday. campaigning in the battleground state of ohio, president obama again took aim at romney's about to cut funding to
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Jan 7, 2016 12:00pm PST
with them, go to democracynow.org. in china, trading was halted for the day for the second time this week after stocks plunged 7% in less than a half an hour. it was china's shortest trading day in 25 years. this comes as oil prices plunged to the lowest levels in more than a decade. a new report by the world bank warns that the global economy risks facing a "perfect storm" in 2016, renewing fears about a new global financial crisis. in libya, at least 50 people have died after a truck bomb exploded outside a police training center in the western city of zliten. at least 100 more people were wounded in the blast at the al-jahfal training camp, which had served as a military base during the rule of ousted libyan leader muammar gaddafi. afghan officials say a u.s. drone strike killed at least five people on saturday in the eastern province of kunar. this comes as the u.s. military has disclosed the name of the army special forces soldier who was killed in helmand province earlier this week. 30-year-old matthew mcclintock of albuquerque, new mexico was , killed tuesday during a u.s
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Jun 24, 2013 8:00am PDT
systems in hong kong. over the weekend, the south china morning post had new revelations about how the u.s. attacked china's mobile phone companies and universities. wikileaks is assisting snowed in his travels. and activist reportedly accompanied snowden on his flight to russia. we will have more with glenn greenwald as well as michael ratner after the headlines. house minority leader nancy pelosi was challenged over criticism of edward snowden and the defense of the obama administration surveillance olicies during the netroots mission converts in california. as she spoke about the need to balance secure with privacy rights, an activist shadid "it is not a balance. it makes us less safe." calusa was later booed when she mentioned snowden. >> as far as snowden, he did violate the law in terms of releasing those documents. we don't know -- [boos] i understand, i understand, but it did violate the law. , again, we have to have the balance between security and privacy. >> in pakistan, a group of gunmen shot dead 10 foreigners and a pakistani guide on a mountain climbing trip. the paki
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