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Sep 2, 2017 11:00pm PDT
china earlier this spring levied economic coercion against south korea to try to get them to stop -- to withdraw the thaad missile defense system. that coercion is still ongoing. sale also of south korean calls are falling in china, and the united states has not been there for south korea. we have not insulated them from that kind of economic coercion. so all of these signals really paint a negative picture for our allies in the region. we're going to need them no matter what we do, in deterrence, in defense, in any kind of pressure. they're critical allies. >> adam mount joining us from washington. adam's with the center for american progress. we appreciate it. thank you. stand by. please stay with us. we have a lot more to discuss. >> this is cnn, breaking news. >> hello, everyone. i'm isha sesay. you are watching "cnn newsroom" live from los angeles. we start this hour with breaking news out of north korea. japan says pyongyang has conducted another nuclear test. the u.s. and south korea haven't confirmed that yet but both say they've detected seismic activity. the u.s. geologi
Apr 28, 2016 6:00pm PDT
fundamentally changing. >> in china, the change in democracy was the issue. more than 100,000 defy the government, took to the streets demanding democratic reform. >> in beijing, demonstrationings grow and grow and grow to the point they reach a couple of million people. in the middle of all of this, incomes michaekhail gorbachev. >> as the sun rose, it was clear the chinese students' protest is gaining strength and urgency. students are dropping from exhaustion, some vowing to die if necessary. >> the chinese leadership didn't know what to do, but recognized they couldn't reform the way they were being pushed to reform. they couldn't allow this challenge to their authority. >> the soviet leader largely ducked questions on the chinese student issue. i cannot be the judge, he said. >> in china, the government declared marshall law in beijing, ominously journalists face restrictions that amount to a news blackout. >> there's chaos in tee enman square. there's no way to ascertain how many have been killed or wounded. >> china is now restored into a deeply repressive leninist regime. it is
Dec 10, 2016 6:00pm PST
month of his presidency, acknowledged that things are fundamentally changing. >> in china, more than 100,000 people defied the government and took to the streets demanding democratic reform. >> in beijing, the demonstrations grow and they grow and they grow to the point where they reach a couple million people and in the middle of all this, in comes mikhail gorbachev. this was going to be a visit in which the chinese communist party hopes to improve its relations with the soviets. >> as the sun rose here, it was clear that the chinese students' protest for democracy is still gaining strength and urgency. students are dropping from exhaustion. some now are vowing to die if necessary. >> they recognized that they couldn't reform the way that they were being pushed to reform. they couldn't allow this challenge to their authority. >> the soviet leader largely ducked questions on the issue i cannot be the judge, he said. >> in china tonight, the government declared martial law in central beijing. foreign journalists face restrictions. >> there is chaos in tiananmen square. there are bodie
Jan 29, 2017 12:00am PST
cold spot in china as they are celebrating the lunar new year. very cold air. the coldest air of the season coming in to central and southern china today and in through the next couple days. we have another winter storm here setting up for japan. this is going to be arriving here in northern and central japan. by monday into tuesday. bringing some snow here in the higher elevations and even some heavier rains. there is some concern for flooding given they've had so much snow over the past couple of weeks. back to you. >> thank you very much, julie martin from the cnn international weather center. still ahead on cnn, donald trump phones several foreign leaders including russian president vladimir putin. >> the call that many people are watching closely wanted to know what came out of it. we'll talk about that as "cnn newsroom" continues. prove welcome back. following breaking news out of new york. a federal judge is temporarily stopping some of the effects of the travel ban put in police by esiden trump. the stay includes those alrdy in the u.s. or in transit on their way to the u.s.
Apr 21, 2016 9:00pm PDT
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Sep 3, 2017 12:00am PDT
earthquake detected earlier was indeed a nuclear test. u.s., china and south korea all say they did detect seismic activity that was manmade. >> reports come less than one day after pyongyang said it had a new hydrogen bomb. these images purport to show kim jong-un inspecting the device. state media claim it can be loaded on an intercontinental ballistic missile. covering this from all angles, will ripley is in tokyo, and christiane amanpour is on the line in london. ian lee is in seoul, south korea. let's begin with you. >> once this earthquake officially it was an earthquake that was detected, a 6.3 magnitude earthquake. there was a lot of talk this could have been a nuclear test. so the south koreans went -- convened an emergency session of their national security council to discuss this latest development. that council convened a meeting that lasted hours and just got out. we are expecting an update in about 30 minutes' time but it's we have heard that the south korean military has been placed on a heightened alert. there is extra surveillance taking place in the north right now
Sep 2, 2017 10:00pm PDT
inside north korea. so they don't need to have them imported from china or from other countries. they can get all of the materials inside their country to continue producing warheads even if the world were to cut them off economically. and look, north korea has survived very difficult economic hardship in the past. the great fam lynn of the late 1990s was a devastating time for the country. people at that time thought the regime was going to collapse when hundreds of thousands of people were dying of starvation. yet the regime stayed firmly in control and, in fact, continued to launch missiles. now north korea is much more self-sufficient than they were. yes, they rely a lot on trade with china for the comfort, but when it comes down to the basics, they believe they could hunker down and continue to develop this, even if things got really bad. even if china were to do what the united states wants them to do which is cut off the regime economically. it's a very difficult situation for the united states, which now has to ask itself a very tough question. do they continue with a strategy
Sep 2, 2017 9:00pm PDT
alternative effect. what it seems like they have to do is just try to put more pressure on china as seems to be one of the only leverages they have now. >> and at that point, not to cut you off, but i want to welcome our viewers in the united states and everyone watching from around the world. you are joining us for breaking news out of north korea. speaking to ian in seoul. let's bring you up to speed with what we know now. there are reports of an earthquake in north korea not long after pyongyang claimed to have a nuclear weapon. the u.s. geological survey said it was a 6.3 magnitude explosion. it is unclear if this was actually a nuclear test. we want to be clear. we do not know this as a fact. it has not been confirmed yet. what we can tell you is that south korean officials say they believe the tremor was manmade. north korean state media said they had a hydrogen bomb and ran these images you are looking at now on screen. they put these out, purporting to show kim jong-un inspecting the device. let's go now to will ripley who joins me now on the line from tokyo. will, you are just ba
Apr 28, 2016 9:00pm PDT
reagan, acknowledge that things are fendamentally changing. >> in china, people took to the street demanipulatives reform. >> they grow and grow, reach a couple of million. in the middle of all this in comes gorbachev. this would be a visit where the chinese communist party homes to improve relations with the soviets. >> it is still gaining strength. students, dropping to exhaustion, some vowing to die if necessary. >> the chinese leadership didn't know what to do. but recognize they couldn't reform the way they were being pushed to reform. the leader ducked questions on the issue. i cannot be the judge, he said. >> the government declared foreign law, juniorists -- >> there is injured, and dead all over the place. there is no way to ascertain for sure, how many people have been killed or wounded. china is restored into a deeply -- it is a question n moscow and throughout eastern europe, what gorbachev's attitude going to be toward those who want fo change a communist system. if you have alligator arms, you avoid picking up the check. what? it's what you do. i got this. thanks, den
Jun 2, 2016 9:00pm PDT
and strong men who have no love for america. he praised china for the tiananmen square massacre, said it showed strength. he said you have to give kim jong-un credit for taking over north korea, something he did by killing people including his uncle that donald recapped like an action movie. he said if he were grading vladimir putin as a leader, he'd give him an a. i will leave it to the psychiatrist to explain his affection tyrants. that brings me to the temperament it takes to be commander in chief. every president faces hard choices every day, with imperfect information and conflict imperatives. imagine donald trump making life and death decisions on behalf of the united states. imagine him deciding whether to spend your spouses or children into battle. imagine if he had not just his twitter account at his disposal when he is angry but america's entire arsenal. do we want him making those calls? someone thin skinned and quick to anger who lashes out at the smallest criticism? do we want his finger anywhere near the button because making donald trump our commander in chief would be
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