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an island or islands in the south china sea with an average depth of 4802 feet. build aisrael connecting landmass into the mediterranean sea where the average depth is 4926 feet. that is less than a mile. host: that is catherine's proposed solution. what has the trump administration said about peace in the middle east? ran on a hard-line stance. he pledged to move the united states embassy. something republicans have long pushed for although they did back away from that recently saying they are still reviewing it, along with them saying that they will do that. but trump surprise people recently when he weighed in and said that new settlements, a hot button issue in israel, helthe e process. so we are interested to see if he weighs in more on settlements this week. i agree are to see if he embraces a solution and how enthusiastically he calls for that. of this week.day host: and the prime minister of canada is happening today. anthony is from michigan, good morning. caller: good to talk to you. i will get right to the point. during his election, trump lied and said he would do
connect to israel by land. and this way, if attacked, israel wouldn't be cut into. and china is building an island or islands in the south china sea with an average depth of 4802 feet. why not israel build a connecting landmass into the mediterranean sea where the average depth is 4926 feet. that is less than a mile. host: that is catherine's proposed solution. what has the trump administration said about peace in the middle east? guest: trump ran on a hard-line pro-israel stance. he pledgo
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Feb 11, 2017 12:07am EST
. follow him. >> thank you. >> next, on c-span two. china's military and u.s. strategy in a station. then iran's president delivers a speech on the 30th anniversary of the islamic revolution. european union's foreign policy chief talks about the future of europe's relationship with the u.s. >> every weekend book tv brings you 48 hours of nonfiction books and authors. here's what's coming up this weekend. saturday night at a district, john hopkins university professor discussed their book, what washington gets wrong. he looks at how unelected government officials regard the american public to make a correlation between the public policy and the president's agenda is much stronger. we feel like there should be a stronger correlation between what the bureaucracy is doing and with what the proxy should be doing. would like to find ways to make that relationship stronger. >> for many years, i have been annoyed at the various surveys undertaken that seem to be designed to show that ordinary americans don't know anything about government. >> sunday night at 10:00 p.m. eastern, april ryan,
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Jun 10, 2017 1:03am EDT
think about north korea and iran, sometimes china and russia, the world of state to state relations is very important and i think of it as the chessboard world, because it is the world of how to we -- how do we essentially beat our adversaries, and we think about a move and we try to anticipate what move they will make. and that world is there and it is very important, but equally important is what i call the world of the web, that world of criminal networks, including terrorists, but also drug and arms traffickers. and the world of business, which is increasingly big network supply chains, global corporations, and the world of nongovernmental organizations. i think of all those actors as web actors, as increasingly important actors, but we do not have strategies for had to bring them together. >> watch afterwords, sunday night at 9:00 p.m. eastern on c-span book tv. >> now a debate between the candidates in a special election to fill georgia's 6th congressional district seat. karen handel and jon ossoff trying to replace tom price. news reports say this could be the most expensive
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May 22, 2017 10:36am EDT
new u.s. ambassador to china. here is another look at the week ahead. , moldyour preview piece they need to sell trump's budget request to the hill, you write that the testimony next week will be rather eventful. what are you expecting? >> when the white house releases its full budget request on tuesday, we are going to get a look at how it wants to handle spending over the next fiscal year. we will also get a lot more detail on defense spending and domestic spending programs. we got an idea in march when the skinnyouse released its budget. he wants to increase defense spending by $64 billion and decreased nondefense domestic spending by an equal amount. the budget they are working on on tuesday should have more detail. --we are tossing about talking about fiscal year 2018. with the end of this fiscal year, how does the release affect the whole appropriations process? >> this year, we were a bit delayed in starting the whole budget appropriations process on the hill. typically, the president releases his new budget request in the first -- by the first sunday in february. -- wet the
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Jun 10, 2017 12:01am EDT
today if you think about north korea iran are sometimes china and russia, that world of state to state relations is still very important. i think of it as the chessboard world. the world of how do we beat our adversaries and we think about a move and try to anticipate what move they will make. that world is there and it's very important. equally important is what i call the world of the web. the world of criminal networks including terrorist and arm traffickers and drug traffickers. the world of business which increasingly big network supply chains. in the world of nongovernmental organizations. i think of them as web actors and increasingly important. but we don't have strategies how to bring them together. >> watch afterwards, sunday night at 9:00 p.m. eastern on c-span twos book tv. >> in yesterday's election, britain's conservative party lost 13 seats in the house of commons. forcing theresa may to partner with the minority party. we talked with the london bureau chief. >> we are joined to live with stephen, thank you for being with us. >> it's good to be here. tell us what happene
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Jul 7, 2017 11:36pm EDT
the u.s. is keeping up with russia and china in the militarization of space. what they want to do is break out a new space corps, its own force, sort of subordinate to the air force but outside of the air force. there's been pushback from other members of the armed services committee, not just democratics, republicans who say that this needs more study. the air force itself feels like it is an additional layer of bureaucracy. of course, it is going to have to get reconciled with the senate armed services committee version of the bill which doesn't contain that. >> it passed out of committee overwhelmingly. how about when it goes to the house floor, the same sort of support? tell us what may be ahead in the senate debate on authorization. >> typically the authorization bill if it passes in the house, it gets a wide array of support. right now as we're talking i think there's 90 plus amendments that the rules committee is considering. next week they plan to meet on tuesday to hear from the house armed services committee chairman max thornberry and a ranking member, adam smith. and then
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Jul 8, 2017 12:50am EDT
giving up with russia and china and their militarization of space. what they want to do is break , its own space corps force subordinate to the air force that outside of the air force. from has been pushed back other members of the armed services committee. , butust democrats republicans, who say it needs more study. that it is an additional layer of bureaucracy. of course this will have to get been filed with the senate armed services committee version of the bill, which doesn't contain that. it has passed out of committee overwhelmingly. how about when it goes to the house for the same sort of support? what is ahead on the senate debate on authorization? guest: typically the authorization bill passes in the house and gets a wide array of support. now as we are talking, i think there is 90 plus amendments that the rules committee is considering. next week they plan to meet on tuesday to hear from the house armed services committee chairman and the ranking member adam smith. wednesday, the rules committee is going to consider amendments and whether they are to be considered on th
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Jul 10, 2017 10:38pm EDT
counterpart to keep pace that they keep up with russia and china. sova 12 breakout a new space for and there is pushed back from other members that that needs more study. and with the head -- with the senate armed services committee. >> overwhelmingly with the same sorts of support without authorization. >> that authorization bill passes in the house with though wide array of support there are 90 plus amendments they plan to meet on tuesday from the chairman and the ranking member and on wednesday the rules committee and if they are in order to be considered on the floor. and potentially a vote on friday. >> you could read his reporting and also on twitter. . >> this is day six of the half-hour portion of the markup. the committee will come to order. for their amendments on this section of the bill do you want to offer that amendment ? the clerk will distribute number 93 and the gentle lady is recognized for five minutes to make this is asking for a study and evaluation
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Jul 8, 2017 5:00am EDT
china and the militarization of space, so what they want to do is break out a forceace corps, a subordinate to the air force but outside the air force. there has been pushed back from other members of the armed services committee, not just democrats, republicans who say this needs more study. therefore it's itself feels like it is an additional layer of bureaucracy -- the air force itself feels like it is an additional layer of bureaucracy. >> it is passed out of committee overwhelmingly. how about when it goes to the house for the same sort of support, and tell us what may be ahead in the senate debate on authorization? >> typically the authorization .ill passes in the house it gets a wide array of support. right now as we are talking, i think there is 90 plus amendments that the rules committee is considering. ont week, they plan to meet tuesday to hear from the house services committee chairman and a ranking member, adam smith. and then on wednesday they're going to come at the rules is, they aret going to consider amendments on whether they are to be considered on the floor.
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