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spittal most will go to a shelter for a square meal and a clean bed spain's red cross assists thousands of undocumented migrants each year. for them in the us some of you have to understand this is a huge drama these are people who need help and we must find a solution for people who are just like you and me cannot be floating around for days without knowing where they're going in these conditions they just had the bad luck to be born in a place with more complicated political or social situations. volunteers of volunteers food bank something for every hungry mouth regardless of religion or dietary requirements the charity already feeds ten thousand of the city's neediest each week and says there's plenty to go around for a few hundred more. found a highly sierra grew up in an orphanage himself and he's passionate about helping those less fortunate. but in view of the real people in valencia our kind
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and want to stranger arrives we ask them to sit at our table and so i'd like to say welcome and that they will get our love and support you've come from a far and had a tough time but now it's time to sit down and share with us. the spanish government says those landing this weekend will be processed like other asylum seekers no preferential treatment these migrants may still face a rocky road ahead based on last year's figures spanish or florida is a likely to grant refugee status to only one third of the new arrivals the others could get right back to where they came from. this may be journey's end for a lucky few but it's just another chapter in the ebb and flow of europe's unresolved migration crisis call pinhole al-jazeera the lindsey of spain. still ahead on al-jazeera but a backlash grows as the u.s.
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continues to separate migrant parents from their children. and sharing children what's being done to give syrian orphans something to celebrate. i. mean the weather sponsored by cattle. how low the rain may be visible off shore but it's coming your way if you're watching from hong kong this is a an attempt at circulation in the seasonal rains which has gone sides hit taiwan and northern philippines it won't come back in the again so it's going to be grand old southeast corner i think at least of china with some showers in sichuan but not very much along the yangtze valley yes it will be humid and quite sticky been optically for the most part so that's well three or four days and i without any significant damp rules as i say has been wet in the philippines and you see the
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want to talk cloud and the shape this is going to be a repeat for process i think the more heavy rain in luzon i'm probably in southern thailand as well cambodia which is about right for this time year of course south of this simulation indonesia this a scattering of big showers but just discussion you know very light to get from. ok let's leave southeast asia and go to south asia now the monsoon two or three days ago had really leapt forward it looks as though it's just drifting back again and that's true there been some heavy rain showers around this for example is is low about so that's where we seeing the full cost writings and we see in the last day or so running up to nepal to the northwest of india and northern pakistan. the weather sponsored by cattle as always. our lead is of course what we're football fans who don't think about building really hadn't. experiment when real madrid it's love's worth five hundred million euros expresses
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a position on something for the world anti-doping agency has to take notice to. al-jazeera continues its investigation into the widespread use of performance enhancing drugs in the final episode of sports doping the endless chase. watching al-jazeera let's recap the top stories right now the an envoy to yemen is in the capital sana for talks to saw fighting over the port city have good data back at the rebels say they are still in control of the airport and who data dismissing claims by the saudi and iraqi led military coalition the offensive to
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retake the rebel held city began four days ago. a car bomb attack has marred celebrations have a temporary ceasefire between the afghan government and the taliban at least twenty six people were killed in the suicide blast in the eastern province of har eisel has claimed responsibility the great government has survived a no confidence vote in parliament over a deal to change the name of its northern neighbor macedonia minister alexis tsipras had been accused of making too many concessions for the accord which will be signed on sunday macedonia will now change its name to the republic of north macedonia ending a twenty seven year long dispute with greece. at least eight people have been killed in the capital managua the violence breaks a truce between president daniel ortega government and protesters more than one hundred seventy eight people have been killed during two months of unrest and independent investigation into the deaths has been given the go ahead but the opposing sides remain unable to find a solution to
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a political divisions and have on hand has more. mediators from the catholic church were brought in to try and break the deadlock and there's been some progress nicaragua's government and opposition activists agreed to allow an international investigation into months of political violence. the government will invite international organs the un the e.u. the general secretary of the organization of american states to accompany a scene the strengthening of the peace talks it's been welcomed by the opposition the government of using paramilitaries against protesters. we know that there is intimidation and we know that there are some movements that have been active in someone's apologies and that intimidation those groups of police those groups of civilians using weapons of war don't create an environment of peace. gangs of foreign men room the streets of managua they warned residents to stay indoors where their lives would be in danger activists blame the gangs for a spate of attacks and killings over the last two months the man who filmed this
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video says he saw men taking down anti-government barricades and that they traveled with a police escort the government denies any connection to the armed groups but the opposition says the violence is a sign of desperation by president daniel ortega. in the more main the moment when he can no longer resort to the violence that he exerts through the police and paramilitary gangs when he can no longer resort to the violence that will be his and on. at least one hundred seventy people have died since the protests began in april were take his efforts to introduce welfare cuts prompted the bloodiest confrontation since the civil war ended in one thousand nine hundred ninety. the plan was dropped but the protests continue under heavy security the two sides are still talking the opposition is also making concessions removing wrote books which the government said were damaging the economy but big questions remain the protesters want to take it to stand down
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a demand the government has likened to an attempted coup mediators urging early elections but so far there's been no response been to monaghan al jazeera but america political analyst peter hay camp says it'll be tougher or take us government protesters to reach an agreement. very very difficult both sides will have to make compromises that they don't want to make your government has now been in power for almost a dozen years and a very sophisticated very skilled political actor it's made now a few mistakes that. and. he doesn't want to give up power in fact it's all set to pass on to his wife perhaps the next time around she's now the vice president. the opposition really won't be happy with anything less than a premature departure from the presidency of ortega and that that gap is is
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absolutely enormous and. right now there's no more external institution no internal. real leadership that can bring about a change here. next president and sunday's runoff election their choice for voters is going to be between the left wing candidate petro and his conservative rival yvonne touquet jeopardize the historic peace deal with fark rebels to end decades of war and agalloch are reports. in colombia memories are a precious commodity especially in a nation where thousands of been killed by the colombian military deaths referred to as extra dudish all executions the military use those deaths to falsely claim they've killed more guerrillas jacqueline chrystia lost her brother ten years ago see them and sadly we can say there is a sense of indifference in society to the plight of the victims we need people to
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stand up and say we can't let this happen again we need to end it for good but instead people often don't seem to care. the deaths of innocent civilians are just one of the issues if they will face if elected at forty one he's a fresh face in colombian politics untested and handpicked by former president alberto. review has been accused of human rights abuses but remains popular among right wing voters critics fear duke it will be little more of a former president with a questionable past but those in the business community welcome his economic policies keep things that we need to keep growing we need to insert ourselves of economic international economic networks and we need to bring more money to the country a more prosperous economy terms. the biggest fear among voters though is do kay's plans for the peace accord with the falk rebels the historic agreement signed in two thousand and sixteen ended decades of conflict but decay is a critic. running on the campaign slogan war but it's what he may do with
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the peace accords which many here are concerned some say the agreements up entirely other cities more likely to modify it but for the thousands of families that have lost loved ones to duke a victory could mean they won't get the odd. justice they so desperately seek commons or go ms last warm sun to an extrajudicial killing her that was murdered when he tried to find out what happened she tells us the possibility of a presidency makes her angry and we'll see no justice he says no truth colombia's voters remain deeply divided on sunday they'll find out who the new president is and what the future might look like and a go at ground zero of bogota colombia egypt has increased the oil prices by such as fifty percent as part of austerity measures as well as the rise in the cost of petrol and cooking gas people will pay higher taxi fares starting sunday as at the time the government's increased fuel prices since austerity measures are announced
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in two thousand and fifteen. egyptian political analysts in months or says the increases could spark unrest in egypt at the moment is like a pressure cooker. we thought it will happen the question is when and how and the government seems to be pretty oblivious to that and they keep continuing with those policies that are i've been massive. pressure is on the middle and lower class the u.s. presidents who used his weekly address to blame democrats for not closing loopholes that allow gang members into the country donald trump says the democrats are protecting immigrant criminals connected to games such as m.s. thirteen ministration has adopted a zero tolerance policy to immigrants crossing the border illegally and one of his policies is separating parents from children it has been heavily criticized castro has more from washington d.c.
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. facing mounting criticism over his new policy of separating children from their parents who are caught crossing the border illegally president donald trump sought to offer another justification for his so-called zero tolerance policy saturday the president says this policy which aims to criminally prosecute every adult caught crossing the border without authorization is a deterrence for keeping central american gay members out of the united states just weeks ago and illegal as thirteen gang member was arrested for allegedly murdering a man and burning his body the gang member reportedly edgard our country through declaring loopholes for unaccompanied minors the democrats allow those loopholes to be there they could change him so
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easily but they don't want to do that for strictly political reasons democrats say the immigration system needs to be fixed but taking children away from their parents is not part of the answer the trump administration separated nearly two thousand children from their parents in the first six weeks of the zero tolerance policy that kids are being held in privately run detention centers like this one in california this is video shot and released by the government reporters were allowed to briefly tour the facility but were banned from taking pictures or speaking with the children muslims worldwide are celebrating the eight holiday at the end of the holy month of ramadan there is little to cheer in syria especially for the many orphans from the seven year war charity workers are giving hope to some as muhammad ali reports. sometimes a meal smile can be the hardest thing to do some of these little faces are exactly
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in the type of night these children were born under fire in the north and syrian countryside they have lost both parents and their homes in missile strikes and the . real experiences are hard to get over but one charity organization has come to the rescue of these often and their lives have started to change a sense. our primary objective is to draw on the faces of these orphans as we buy them closer shoes for instance we're trying to help them come out of the trial that you war the loss of parent the psychological trauma i personally feel as if they're all my own children and having myself grown up an orphan i don't want them to go through the same conditions. and i was two years old when her parents were killed in a raid by the syrian army she's trying to cope with the trauma. nurse of a the same prepares how for the celebration which marks the end of the fasting month
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of ramadan down our city i'm going to i'm in charge of twenty girls between the ages of three and ten i provide total care for them including health and psychological needs they came here and deplorable condition afraid to mix and communicate with others so we socialize with them and try to give them hope and a way out of misery. you open with once this aid to be a memorable one for the one hundred children here sold they were taken shopping. in addition to new clothes they got other gifts. so it is great for today they brought us the nicest clothes and presents i've lost the dearest people that i had but thank god we've been compensated i have a nurse whom i feel like my own mother she feeds me and teaches me and even babes me and does my hair she provide. it's me with everything i need. on top of the list of things they need is education classes suited to different ages are taught here
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also different forms of entertainment such as here to complain music and evenings and games but this little haven of peace that's been created here could come under threat at any moment this area is one of the few territory system under the control of syrian army continues to launch attacks in an effort to take it the war from which these children have not really scaped may yet with their lives at risk they are the most vulnerable victims of a conflict that's been going on for more than seven years it's not known exactly how many orphans there are in syria but according to unicef the war has left over five million children in need of humanitarian assistance more than half of them were forced to flee their homes to live as refugees mostly in neighboring countries . and near the turkish syrian border at least eight people have been
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left injured after a taxi plowed into a crowd and russia the collision happened near red square in moscow where many world cup tourists were gathered witnesses say the driver the taxi ran away from the same before bystanders caught him authorities say the driver lost control of the vehicle but was not drunk. technology has now played a part to football's world cup in russia so the video assistant referee was for the first time and awarding a penalty to france and their two to one win over australia in the other group c. matched and mark defeated peru and group d. argentina starlito messi missed a penalty and their one all draw against minnows iceland outclassed nigeria to. take out the headlines on al-jazeera they an envoy to yemen is in the capital sana for talks to stop fighting over the port city of who data are on back of the rebels
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say they are still in control of the airport and he dated dismissing claims by the saudi and variety led military coalition that pensive to retake the data began four days ago car bomb attack is marred celebrations of a temporary ceasefire between the afghan government and the taliban at least twenty six people were killed in the suicide blast in the eastern province of knowledge are i saw has claimed responsibility the greek government has survived a no confidence vote in parliament over a deal to change the name of its northern neighbor macedonia or mr alexis tsipras has been accused of making too many concessions for the accord which will be signed on sunday acetone and will now change its name to the republic north macedonia ending a twenty seven year long dispute with greece at least four people have died nineteen people arrested in southern turkey after election campaigning erupted into violence the clashes started when a politician for president wretched typewriter once ruling party campaigned in
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a kurdish town for the syrian border opposition groups say the politicians security opened fire after he received a hostile welcome. at least eight people have been killed in nicaragua capital managua the violence breaks a truce between president down or take his government and protesters where the one hundred seventy eight people have been killed during two months of unrest and dependent investigation into the deaths has been given the go ahead but the opposing sides remain unable to find a solution to political divisions egypt has increased fuel prices by as much as fifty percent as part of austerity measures as well as the rising cost of petrol and cooking gas people will pay higher taxi fares starting sunday and it's the third time the governments increase fuel prices since austerity measures were announced in two thousand and fifteen. u.s. president used his weekly address to blame democrats for not closing loopholes that allow gay members into the country as ministration has adopted as zero tolerance policy to immigrants crossing the border illegally those are the headlines keep it
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here al-jazeera more news to come inside story is next. on the brink of a trade war china and the united states the world's two biggest economies beijing hits back at donald trump's new tab so what has america first approach backfire and what will it mean for global trade this is inside story.
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and welcome to the program of a fraud in the last ten years so i'm up didn't prove much in trade between the united states and china but battle of the tariffs is threatening that and there are fears of an all out trade war the us has fifty billion dollars worth of chinese imports the president says he wants a fairer trade with china but beijing's five back with a tit for tat response that's published a list of more than six hundred american products it plans to hit with its own taxes is it a case of who blinks first in this economic brinkmanship we'll talk to our guests in a moment but first flaws louis reports from beijing. tit for tat that's one way to describe the first shot in what's brewing to be a tariff war between the world's two largest economies the us struck first with a twenty five percent tax on certain chinese imports worth fifty billion dollars china's counterpunch and announcement that six hundred fifty nine types of u.s.
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goods also worth fifty billion dollars will be subject to tariffs the first round comes into effect on the sixth of july and affects products ranging from soybean to seafood to cause their china feels like it's been the strong it's at the strongest point that it's been in hundreds of years it feels like it's ascendant and so it's not likely to back out some of the terrorists will likely bite chinese consumers the high a tax on soybean imported from the us some of which is used for pig feed could ultimately drive up the price of domestic pork. but the tariffs could also hurt american farmers if china the u.s. is largest buy of soybeans finds substitute sellers elsewhere u.s. president donald trump has been hammering china on trade for months for his protection everybody take care must be appearing in a one hundred fifty one day in the hours are enough for us to get the work that i told you that china if you look at japan in the gulf going to look at something and
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we help these countries militarily and yes but what point does it stop the u.s. tariffs target industries tied to china's made in china twenty twenty five a blueprint to dominate high technology industries they're also intended to punish the chinese for what the u.s. calls intellectual property theft and unfair trade practices one trade expert says a u.s. trade battle with china will impact global markets it creates instability uncertainty reduces particularly investor uncertainty for long term investors private business capital expenses and these types of things trumps summit in singapore may have strengthened his determination to act for years the u.s. look to china to help restrain north korea. but convinced he has built a relationship with north korean leader kim jong trump perhaps feels he's in a stronger position to be tougher on trade with china the trade war seems to have only just begun trump has threatened to slap taxes on more goods if china goes
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ahead with the tariffs chinese state media meanwhile says china has taken note of the statement and reserves its right to take corresponding measures florence three hour jazeera beijing. the well let's have a look at the amount of trade between the u.s. and china last year goods and services were worth a total of seven hundred eleven billion dollars china was the third largest market for u.s. exports and all time high u.s. exports to china were worth one hundred thirty billion dollars while u.s. imports from china exceeded five hundred billion so the difference of the trade deficit was also a record high of three hundred and seventy billion well let's bring in our guests now joining us from london is philip le grain political economist and former special advisor to the director general of the world trade organization and beijing is on the tangan china political analyst who advises the chinese government on
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economic and development issues and from birmingham in the united kingdom is scott lucas professor of american politics at the university of birmingham a very warm welcome to all of you mr tang and let me start with you you know president makes so much of this trade deficit had its one of the biggest reasons for imposing these terrorists but is that as simple or even as big as he's making it out to be. well it seems to have a very poor understanding of what deficits are he keeps insisting that he has a deficit with counted when in fact that is not true and in terms of china it is not as simplistic as he things there are over three hundred fifty billion dollars a year that are is being sold and trying to but produced in china by u.s. companies that is also under threat when you start putting it all together what you have is actually a very early even trade balance china has only about ten billion dollars worth of things that it produces in the u.s. and sells in the u.s.
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so it's not going to be this one sided idea that he has that he can sort of force doing this this kind of bully playground idea plus remember he is not only at war with china he's at war with the e.u. and and mexico as well as a host of other nations including russia mr crane i know that you've written extensively about this is the trade deficit as black and white as donald trump seize it. well i mean he seems to see a trade deficit as somehow a loss of american inc which it isn't in the main reason and he seems to see it as a sign of that other trade unfairly and that's not necessarily true either i mean the main reason why the u.s. has a trade deficit is because it doesn't save enough and that is something which is own irresponsible fiscal policy is only going to make it worse and in terms of the
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trading relationship or one of the reasons why there is such a big trade with the u.s. which big trade deficit with china according to official figures is because there are many parts and components which are assembled into finished products in china and then shipped to the u.s. and therefore the trade is this thinks they count as an entirely chinese export but in the case for example of the i phone which is merely assembled in china the value added actually comes from china is roughly about six percent and that's an extreme example but it tells you actually the deficit is smaller than he says it is more importantly in a bilateral trade deficit with china in and of itself is not a is not a problem mr lucas let me bring you in now the u.s. administration you know also says as well as the trade deficit that the taps are an effort to protect american internet your property that china is stealing is china stealing american intellectual property and if so are these tariffs
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a way to address that issue. well i the question about what for probably is a long running issue it predates the trump administration and the question is when china has american companies that operate is it in some white taking information from them learning about practices learning about technology is it doing the same by trying to get into america and by some means getting technology from u.s. companies but there is a proper way for addressing that which is for example through the world trade organization there is a proper way for addressing that indeed in talks with the chinese let's be very clear here the trapping of the stray ssion is only using information. or intellectual property as sort of an excuse this is not a policy driven by that as much as it is by political considerations and by trump's misunderstanding fundamental misunderstanding about how economic trade works and i do want to talk about the political implications that is going to have nationally
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for donald trump especially in a year when there's mid-term elections coming up but mr tang and let me come to you now is this i mean they were talks with the chinese government with the trade representatives before donald trump announced that he would go ahead with these tariffs so why didn't why wasn't anything resolved in those talks do you think. well there's a number of theories about that and one of them is that trump is using it's basically sucking all the oxygen out of the air by dropping these media bombs on a weekly basis to keep the press attention away from some of the investigations and ongoing lawsuits that he seems to be embroiled in it is certainly working from the perspective that his approval rating is high the american public likes a president who appears to be doing things that seem very very strong i don't know if they'll feel the same way when farmers and manufacturers start going out of business or losing it remember every time you institute one of these tariffs on
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things coming in the u.s. you're just simply raising the cost of doing business and american products become competitive and this is of course going to have an impact missed on a grain u.s. trade representative the said that they hope that this leads to further negotiations and not a rash reaction from china we've already seen the reaction so how likely is more negotiations and not a so-called rash reaction. well i mean this trade war has been on then of and now it's on again the devotions of started a deal seem to have been reached and then trump overruled his treasury secretary these tyrus won't be imposed the first tranche of to the states is a lie and it's quite possible that before then some kind of deal will be reached i mean i think the big problem is that trump is so erratic you know he says one thing
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and then the next day says another there's very little incentive for anyone actually to negotiate history with him why make any kind of concession if either a he'll go back on it the next day or be. asking for more very soon so i think that what what's much more likely now is that we're going to see an escalation and you know the chinese have time on their side they can afford to buy their time ultimately trump faces difficult midterm elections later in the year he faces a difficult reelection in twenty twenty the chinese don't face obviously electoral pressure and they can afford to suck up the pressure and just and allow him to wear him self out mr lucas do you think that if these policies have a negative impact on american people if they drive up costs for american consumers manufacturers then could this backfire politically for donald trump do you think.
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oh it could but we're talking about the trump administration already donald trump on a tight rope here and that is that the american economy right now as well as much of the global economy is actually doing quite well i disagree a bit with i are in the sense that i don't think it's leading to an overwhelming surge in approval for trump i think it's more that with his base of supporters who are a minority maybe thirty thirty five percent in america it gives them something to shout about we're still doing well we can take on anybody china canada and when but if the economy goes down before november if the terrorists begin to buy before november that of course that advantage erodes i think the gamble here is by trump and his advisors is look we may suffer from the tariffs but if it doesn't occur so for the next six months we're ok because we can ride this into the elections most of the brain how long do tariffs like this take before you see a veil impact. well i mean that that the impact is immediate upis the price goes up
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majorly and indeed in cases where the products are freely traded the price reacts basically so you saw that as soon as the chinese and now it's already a while ago that they were thinking about retaliating against american soybean exports the price of american soybeans collapsed so it happens very quickly beyond that obviously economies adjust and so you know countries look for alternative markets to export to an alternative markets to import from and i think part of the calculation behind what the tribes doing in so far as there is any is that some of the chinese exports targeted. the production of them will be relocated about the u.s. i think that's unlikely lots of what's being targeted is low end stuff and if it's
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if it does move out of china it's more likely to move to somewhere like vietnam than to come back to the u.s. and mr tang and you know china has no shortage of countries at the moment to both export to all import from the products that it needs. no absolutely i mean china has been building up its belt and road initiative it's been laying down its infrastructure projects are still a little bit immature but they are looking for aussie on to make up the on and the bricks bricks and combine with a belt and road to make up almost two trillion dollars in future trade so they have their eye on the future and they understand that the u.s. and china are going to have continue to have difficulties because it's this perception that they are strategic competitors so i think there are no illusions here but you have to keep in mind we're talking about china now but because this is now become a concert the u.s. has become a rogue state in essence all of its chief trade partners have said that we're going
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to impose countervailing duties against you this is not something that's going to go well as soon as you have a chorus of knows it's easier to add your voice voice to that chorus and that's exactly what trump has put in play listen if i could see you agreeing with that mr tang and then when he said that the u.s. has become a state and what you call that. yes i would i think you have to remember that we were talking tariffs against not only against china but against what countries that were american allies canada mexico countries of the you . japan brazil south korea all have been affected and that it's not just the economics here it's that these tariffs of them accompanied by political insults so when you get to the point where donald trump last week is saying that there is or donald trump is advisor saying there's
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a special place in hell wizard for canadian prime minister justin trudeau and other foreign leaders you come back to the starting point we began with and that is beyond any economic disputes here if you cannot see the american president as predictable or reliable you enter a zone of instability that we are not used to and the effects are going to go far beyond the immediate america economic ripples so why then you know when the vast majority of economists agree that protectionism doesn't work and there's international consensus around this do we need to wait and see what impact this is going to have politically for the president why then does that not translate to criticism remember domestically all there is there is criticism domestically about i mean among what has he supported raising voices. well because for again for the minority of supporters and my family or among them they'll backtrack come hell or high water until the economic effect bites so it's like yay we're taking on the
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world yay make america great again and until you lose your job or you see a rise in prices that all works but there's a second reason here we deficit is not just trump you're talking about certain advisors men like peter navarro steven miller who do not see this in terms of a win win economically they see this as a win lose the united states versus china the united states versus europe the united states versus canada and this new breed of protectionist political as well as economic protectionist even if they think that they're losing some support amongst other americans they simply will say fake news fake media liberals and hope that that base gets them through whatever economic damage the rest of us may suffer and so that some of the domestic politics at play you know putting america against the rest of the world jonathan and go ahead well it's that what they're preaching is this mercan civil ism that was supposedly died but now has been a neo neo ised by these people but whether telling donald trump is that america is
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strong today in twenty years america will not be in the same position so the time is now to strike so they're selling this not only the zero sum ideology but they're also saying that this is the only time that the u.s. can reassert itself and prolong its stay at the top now this is all wound into american exceptionalism that the u.s. must be politically militarily and economically hedge amman in the world in order to guide it towards this liberal capitalist. democracy that they believe is the ultimate end of all politics mr mclean you know the u.s. they are in a hair still go ahead innocent going. i mean the irony of course is that you know it was a pasta american presidents who created the monster that for trade with trading system of a saw it as an extension of american power an extension of american
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prosperity and normally. when a man's decline they try to extend the period for which they are powerful and it would be in america's interest to try and preserve the system that it's created in its own image and therefore prolong his power and instead of that donald trump has taken it to be a different approach which is to say actually we've been cheated i'm going to blow up the system and in so far as there is a logic to it it's that if we negotiate with countries bilaterally america's top dog will be able to get a bit better bigger and better deal and the fact is that one you need allies the united states would be much more effective in negotiating with china if it did it with with allies and secondly his own negotiating strategy of being so erratic of changing his mind all the time means that nobody actually is going to make the concessions that he's looking for i do want to introduce another negotiating strategy a possible negotiating strategy into all of this mr tang and you know china's
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economic might might not be the only bargaining chip here and they have many you know what about north korea because when there was a lot of touring and fro ing about whether the trump kim jong un summit was going to happen and north korea was expressing serious reservations donald trump actually blamed china for that so how much leverage does china still have with north korea and couldn't use north korea in this trade war with the u.s. . i don't think in the way that you're expressing it remember what donald trump came out and said is that he has no intention of the us paying for any of the economic development that north korea is going to demand in return for giving up its nukes he's looking in he is pointed at south korea and japan but the fact is china will have to be part of it i don't know exactly how he's going to achieve that if he keeps punching everybody in the nose this idea that you can push
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somebody and then you know they'll back down and give you their lunch money just isn't working and remember this has changed radically the appeal of the of america can you imagine somebody in the developing world sitting there listening to donald trump who heads a nation with five percent of the world's population that consumes a total of twenty five percent of the world's annual consumption telling everybody that oh we've gotten a raw deal we're not getting what we want this kind of turning into a mass of wine or is going to turn not only the countries he's dealing with off but it's going to turn the rest of the world off most of the grain u.s. former special adviser to the director general of the world trade organization whereas the world trade organization and all of this kind of do anything. well obviously both the u.s. and china back in april launched a cases that are riccio the u.s. because of alleged chinese i intellectual property violations and the chinese
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against the then proposed u.s. measures and the cases will take their course the fact that the u.s. is now acting unilaterally and the chinese are responding you know actually undermines the dog b.t.o. and the global trading system i think the bigger picture obviously is that. donald trump to stress and to pull out of that obviously oh if the w.h.o. were to rule against his moves he might move i carry out that threat and any case he's been trying to sabotage the dispute settle a mechanism by refusing to approve the. if not in a judge's new appellate court judges to as old ones have left and that means that soon there might not be a quorum and soon therefore the system would break down yet gentlemen we don't have very long left in the show and i'd like to ask a last question to both of our other guests mr lucas and mr tang and mr lucas let
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me start with you do you think that these tariffs will go ahead and if so what impact are they going to have i think as your other guests have noted given the other predictability of donald trump you can't take any prediction as being rock solid but given right now the ascendancy of his protections to advisors who have won the battle with the treasury secretary steve i'm a neutral for right now i think we do see at least a first round of sanctions in july but i think if the effects are felt fairly soon that the domestic backlash in the u.s. may make if not trump his advisors back away from this within months and mr tang in just in the last thirty seconds if they do go ahead will china when. well there's no winners in a trade war i mean the question is can china survive it better and i think the earlier comments about the fact that china has control of its economic operettas a lot better they're not subject to the same kind of electoral pressures that it is
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and they will be selling this to their their to their constituents and you'll see a sharp downturn in the most number of american goods being bought either way if this thing goes forward so yes i don't think that the u.s. can win this one not against china and the rest of the world combined all right mr tang and thank you very much for that is on a tangan joining us from beijing and thank you to our other guests to finitely grain and london and scott lucas in banning him and thank you too for watching you can see the program again any time by visiting our website c.n.n. dot com and for further discussion do go to our facebook page that's facebook dot com forward slash a.j. and side story you can also join the conversation on twitter to handle this at a.j. inside story from elizabeth pran and the whole team here bye for now.
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on counting the cost what economists are saying about warmer relations between the u.s. and north korea as america's trade ties with canada soured. and why business has a warning the u.k. car industry risk being wiped out. counting the cost on al-jazeera. and i was a kid being suitable for me was a pleasure and oppression but it wasn't always found the ball to play with
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but the who these insist still very much in their hands that despite claims by the saudi. military coalition that they're now in control here how come a lot of this is the whole day the international airport today is the second day of . and the claims that they took control of the airport baseless they are just spreading lies and rumors. but if the saudi and every rotten led coalition is did control of the airport its forces aren't far away and they're gaining ground. now the u.n. special envoy to yemen martin griffiths has flown into the yemeni capital sanaa to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe and heard there the port city is a lifeline not only to the who these but to the entire yemeni population we're just a war any fighting in the city of her data we want for peace to be employment that
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across the nation. we the residents of a data city want to live in peace and security we don't want war we don't want fighting of any kind enough is enough to solve the a democratic led coalition want to tease to hand over control of the port either to a un supervised committee or yemen's government. the accused rebels of importing weapons from iran saudi arabia says it can seize the city quickly enough to avoid interrupting flows of aid to a party's proposed a new human experience i had plans aiming to make sure the external humanitarian assistance can access human through her data. the saudi led proposal is a nonstarter and a suspicious of any attempts by the un envoy to broker peace. the war in yemen has already caused the world's worst humanitarian crisis and there are fears of worse
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to come we are very fearful that any kind of blockage. of the free flow of humanitarian food also commercial stocks particularly food and fuel could have a major impact on people who are already highly vulnerable as some of the middle east's richest countries fight the region's poorest the u.n. special envoy is reinforcing the international appeals to stop the destruction. a car bomb attack has marred celebrations of a temporary ceasefire between the afghan government and the taliban at least twenty six people were killed in the suicide blast in the eastern province of knowledge a heart i saw has claimed responsibility the greek government has survived a no confidence vote in parliament over a deal to change the name of its northern neighbor macedonia prime minister alexis tsipras had been accused of making too many concessions for the accord which will
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be signed on sunday macedonia will now change its name to the republic of north macedonia ending a twenty seven year dispute with greece at least four people have died nineteen of arrested in southern turkey after election campaigning erupted into violence the clashes started when a politician from president raja type part of one's ruling party campaigned in a kurdish town near the syrian border. at least eight people have been killed in the capital managua the violence breaks a choice between president daniel ortega government and protesters more than one hundred seventy eight people have been killed during two months of unrest an independent investigation into the deaths has been given the go ahead that the opposing sides are made and able to find a solution to political divisions in egypt has increased fuel prices by as much as fifty percent as part of austerity measures as well as the rise in the cost of petrol and cooking gas people will pay higher taxi fares and that will start on
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sunday as are the headlines keep it here on al-jazeera sports the endless chase is next. never in sport has cheating been so prevalent at the highest level never has the pharmacological range of performance enhancing drugs been so great something new. this is super sport to. cycling football power sports injury in sports technical schools doping is only present no discipline escapes unscathed but where do these
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products come from how does this underground activity work where studying instigation of bad things parts could i talked. about that. you know yes the part of russia's eight hundred metres champion in two thousand and eleven unveiled to the wont how russia creates its champions. and the styles of high performance sports can spend up to one hundred thousand euros a year on state of the art treatments that are often still under development the extreme growth of the sports business has gendered and lucrative black market in doping worth an estimated thirty billion euros a year so in whose interest is it to unmask the cheats and clean up sport. even voters that. sponsors and sports federations a partly responsible for not the way. that that that there was
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a. lot of good. in a world that values performance and competition so highly other proponents of clean sports fighting at losing battle. i mean it's a food fight but i think the mission. i pop you're going going. as a sport that relies on technique football would seem to be above doping scandals and yet it has been tainted by much rigging and. corruption the last. case we had was during nine hundred ninety four was the united states but i don't know. in berlin a journalist conducted a lengthy investigation into doping in football because i did a large number of testimonies as we done so much before. that stuff and much in
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august borken deal with the mid level of the chef and also the food water exactly at the first bush beatles milholland but you want to take this can only go to become a devout sport lol at the human there to no ten with liquid if you cut it in a third come after it for the germs to quit if you got to admit it from someone that still in the class are talking. opinion football has taken much longer to be exposed. it was found that the german team were taking and thirty means during the one thousand nine hundred six well camp. you venters unknown to given their players blood transfusions and olympic demand say injections before matches were commonplace doping carried out under the supervision of the clubs yet for four quid for me to take the whole school come the thought that i'm including. hope at thought to defeat the gangs and that's all and then fall fish hook up and then a thief i work on
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a border to where you can leave out how to mitigate it when he's in stock and i'm done fund in full on often bargain with wooden of a cunt in for i in the third kind of hoping for an answer if you don't get is going to get indecent if i in to sonali it fine stoping come ons are going on and i notice in fine art he fun even if you know none value of him removed that's of all info i will look at because putin is outside you ask him live now leads the german team and denies ever having doped the french coaches did he. also played for a club mentioned in a medical manipulation case. it is all from. the novel there's. going to make. you really. get out there. there must be a lot of about you to tell you a lot of support me if they bought it she got all the stuff. but it only goes.
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on its own. these alternative methods are self era peas intended to allow tendon and ligament injuries to heal quickly. the treatments were forbidden by wada in two thousand and five as they can artificially enhance performance. and yet in mass alone are dr who got practices these therapies on the world's top football players. on the sort of the little more into the me and all the. he. could see me and you know some muscular ass protein asked. me a specific asked give me in the last block it would be in their last. look at this moment like a thousand dollars bet is immediate is less good than a most recent sang it eat with less than most yeah. any of us made
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them too and i think. that this plate that rich plasma is really injected into the wound to speed up healing. that she whom you know not about. didn't. know the most well. and they were all on this who are married. and there's the ever see. they had to. mia was having. found. this stem cell therapy has become indispensable to the clubs in healing their players to the extent that in two thousand and eleven they asked the world
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anti-doping agency to lift the ban. the theme was that this is of that all but i guess with any wonder senior. and he will most you know i mean this is where your. fans of you know. so football has used the band method and then still manages to get it validated by the world anti-doping agency the world's most popular sport has rewritten the rules on doping. helmet lead explaining we should keep a. duo since your career national sport energy to do point three let them bash shots if you could meet again it will be you know to your point be such a vocal.


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