tv [untitled] September 27, 2010 10:00pm-10:30pm EDT
areas like this one in beijing transformed themselves from shanty towns into bullets the shopping porters also helping china to surpass germany as russia's largest trading partner last year. mom and ceremony commensurate with the trade volumes meeting for the fifth time this year presidents of russia and china both trust mr t.g. components of the alliance. russia and china are committed to strategic partnership concerning all issues it helps our countries to adjust to a constantly changing geopolitical situation we have good coordination concerning the international agenda and regional issues. oiling the joints of diplomatic reality our russian hydrocarbons about four hundred thousand barrels of russian crude crosses the border each day when the pipeline the first between the two neighbors reaches its full capacity next year the amount will triple along russia among other things that first decide to climb or to move away from western europe.
have these alliances not without reservations over the recent years russia scaled back its weapon sales to china due to concerns that beijing may copy the designs and later on to. other foreign military markets. produce. by itself of course it's all for reduces the boredom of military trade between russia and china but there's also something that russia would like to borrow from china back in the fifty's the soviet union spared no means to industrialize its communist neighbor but now it seems the tables have turned the russian officials now are preoccupied when they hear from a different station very much like to call china's economic miracle. in the recent decades china made a breakthrough in high tech knowledge easily. and called duration and these feel
this need to be beneficial for those countries nowadays with both of someone and experience to share with each other so we have a great respect is in the intact. two thirds of the cabinet traveling with the president russian delegation in china proved among the largest in recent years and they all did their homework for the course of this visit russian officials took a particular liking to side in confucius and china scholar who among all of that by peaceful the words again developing friendship with somebody who can a teacher any good well china is definitely not the case this country has made such a dramatic leap forward that you want to comment of big brother russia is more than willing to learn from it from a boycott are facing china. and also you can see that called a no vote from the mosque a state institute of international relations says that with energy supplies to europe a priority for russia would in the chinese market well know in the end he's
a tosser. russia is concerned with the situation in europe whether the situations in this two regions different now. in europe is quite settled and we are witnessing. gas or oil wars this direction right now. some controversial issues. we. all supplies we did agree about gas supplies we should remember quite well the china is also diversifying its suppliers not only russia is the r.c. find it supplies. we know that china is building a very good relations with central asian states with australia with. plans to supply gas to china as well but there are no agreement on the exact prices for at the moment. jewish arsonists aboard
a boat sailing towards the gaza blockade say they expect israel to intercept them the campaigners say their objective is to show not all jewish people support their government's policy towards the palestinians that helps to deliver humanitarian aid comes almost four months after an israeli raid on another flotilla ended with nine activists being killed the incident was condemned worldwide and labeled a brutal and disproportionate to tie the jurist state still claims the incident was self-defense and considers they attack a charity group which led the flotilla terrorist links to hamas paulus lead investigator. the pictures that catapulted a relatively little known him go on to the world stage in the world in which we live today where sympathizers or sympathize with are also being called terrorists it's no wonder that i. is being accused in this way the turkish charity first popped up on the cia's radar four years ago it's been banned in israel in germany
he states strongly linked with hamas in gaza the last thing is my all humans would call him soft as a terrorist he's a father of three and says he boarded the ship for gaza for his three daughters in the gaza the children should have a right to live freely we want this so why join that organization if another event of this kind was organized i would go again sit up in the early ninety's to help bosnian muslims the i h h or humanitarian relief foundation has offices in one hundred twenty countries wherever the roads the people. we will go home or solidarity for these people and it's shown solidarity in pakistan ethiopia lebanon indonesia iraq china as well as with the palestinians we have hospitals schools we have impressed. apostles for the pupils callista new writer had a commie says israel is trying to portray zookeeper's
a terrorist one. in order to try and justify the deadly flu to look great in the media that after most world condemnation of what israel had done these really is. mounted a defense which was you know we quite clever but not based on any on any facts it's now for the investigators to decide to key israel and the united nations each with the only inquiry. here r.t. . a recent un report came to the conclusion that israel's military broke international laws in attacking the gaza flotilla in may shooting dead nine activists also talks to you and watch an american jewish lobby group monitoring the united nations and its executive director. nor i believe the ongoing investigation is nothing more than a yet another attack on israel. the human rights council held an emergency session only a day or two after the flotilla incident happened they declared israel guilty of
quote an outrageous attack so the outcome was entirely pre-determined and this is not something that's exceptional in fact mary robinson who was the un rights chief said that the human rights council has a pattern of acting politically and not for human rights let's remember who the membership is saudi arabia china colonel qadhafi of libya is now a member of the human rights council this is not a body that cares about human rights this is a body that is political that is and gauged in a constant campaign to digitalize israel and human rights is the last thing on the minds of members like saudi arabia cuba and saudi and libya the human rights council as coffee and on said it is selective politicized and casts a shadow upon the reputation of the un as a whole. but the u.n. report a has its supporters to one of them is the israeli peace acts. which claims that the blockade of gaza is illegal and also he spoke to the united nations found a former israeli parliament member of neri. the question of whether the blockade
is legal. even very wise. very questionable it's being questioned inside israel to i myself believe that the blockade is illegal immoral and first of all stupid because no one really knows what the blockade is for what isopropyl of this blockade the government no ses that the only reason is to prevent. reckons. the gaza strip but discount be achieved by other means for example you can stop ships on the high sea search the cargo and did let them go at this ship is mainly. there to. make two points run that the blockade is illegal and should be abolished
but also i think there are very many jewish people in israel and europe and then on to rort who do not support this bill kate do want to call upon this limited government to put an end to it file sharers involved trying their luck at politics in a sense to legalize the free use of copyrighted products the step comes as as lawmakers are actually trying to strengthen existing on to piracy laws. said the controversial. it has been in show business since the lead nine hundred eighty s. back then giving away demo tapes was the best way to gain fans a few decades his formula seems to be making a comeback. except now to spread the word publishers his music on the web for free so people p. to see him in concert. you see the album was already uploaded and downloaded
a hundred times before i even published it i know there's no point in fighting it so i'm going to use it instead. according to some estimates piracy leads to over ten billion dollars in losses globally every year. anything can be found on the internet many musicians are forced to hold more concerts while just a few years ago they were merely the second source of income out of the. record companies are accusing pirates of stealing their money but there are those who want to draw a line between selling counterfeit c.d.'s or d.v.d.'s and sharing files on the internet or just the noncommercial exchange of information as being free will by the us is the leader of the pirates of russia party. the internet is everywhere i just need to take a button a couple of times and download a movie or some new album i want to listen to that all distribution model is
violation outdated. the party wants to see new laws in russia legalizing all nonprofit file sharing on the web formed in july two thousand and nine it's also one of the founders of the pirates parties international a movement which unites so-called players from around fifty countries we need to really take our chance to get to take a stand and also tradition and taking back the freedoms that once belonged to us to rephrase somebody's last name is. and take in one hundred years for. pirates or divert unite. some web sites accused of facilitating illegal file sharing in the global anti copyright movement have millions of registered users last year two members of sweden's pirates party even managed to get two seats in the european parliament. if the people on the list with poor noir of economics and history if free economy cannot exist criticism supported by some. who see by making the
plan official it's organizers could get more than they bargained for the establishment of the. people from. the russian are seeing the current. fear and claim that we will be back to internet users in the country and that is around forty percent of the electorate piracy truly is a controversial subject but let's face it it's now grown into an international phenomenon with some official pirates even getting into european politics but before the pirates of russia can even dream of getting into the. real need at least forty five thousand members just to register and the question is even if they do have the right amount of supporters are they ready to come out and name themselves . but as well as
a ruling party backed by president of the chavez has won the country's genuine lection but early results show it's missed out on the two thirds needed for an outright majority position fails put forward by the ruling party opposition leaders also claim they won the popular vote major blow for the country's president their actions are seen as a popularity test for charges ahead of the twenty twelve presidential elections john howard has been following events in caracas. really yet. still hold the majority that i know where it is. already biased or it is here it military are strong bold. what is happening here it's. reality. both are really it is insulation which curtains or the ones by for example if you look at the results are ninety nine lengths of the garment on top of
that was people today. and the government will say this election is asked. of us by or against. what one else said well it's well that it was actually paid off and there's the last thing we got this is how we got this not so boycotts followed by a flash and who took that actually granted. where the consult and then to say that part of the last part is still of country that is rather supportive of those those who wants to stay here and the opposition here is supporting a.n.c. i mean you know really here is out of this actually trying to introduce change or ship or think it's all a vision or intervention from foreign countries so this is well i'm not sure exactly where the people here are the majority here are very satisfied because that's the government mind you in a couple of years every single last of the country has been dominated by the pro
shop with or the president stuck on top of that garrett observers who are here who actually buy it laughter did wear it and they talked to the people and said well we have felt you're not ready to get out. because this is what the director get up eleven years and that's why we're going to also vote for us over the most part it does not. grab here but it is still very bright the mate his crew mentors home from the international space station have been telling all day experiences up to one hundred sixty and seventy six days in all but a day longer than planned a technical glitch but as most interesting thing reporters has been not told the man found in space but the things they missed most by compound it. i love spicy food i make real hot chili sauce myself i missed it badly i finished off all the spicy stock on the ice this shocked everyone by making. sandwiches now it's
more fuel is good is a. the thing you miss the most to be. i missed smiles i missed trees i even dreamt of them i even hallucinated i thought i smelled a real fire and something being bombed you don't need i ended up putting bridges of trees on the to cheer myself up you do miss the earth there. is no use capsule carrying the career of two russian cosmonauts and an american astronaut landed in kazakhstan despite some eleventh hour wars in orbit the first attempts to undock from the international space station failed kyoto falls alone which pushed their return to. that there are still three crewmembers at the ice says will be there and by need team next month. let's check some other headlines from around the world a power transfer seems to be underway reclusive north korea with continuing down its about the health of the country's six to eight year old leader kim young male head of the country's biggest political convention in decades. has been promoted by
his father to their rank of military general the last such meeting thirty years ago brought him seen here into power to succeed his father little is known about this sound his thought to bed his twenty's commentators don't expect him to change the country's current policies. for seven leader rather than courage it has appeared in court in the hague to defend himself of the chargers of war crimes and genocide trial which has been running for almost a year after the defense requested time to. review extensive documentation is accused of being responsible for the massacre of over several thousand muslims in the bosnian town of thread. nineteen ninety five so far denied the allegations warned that the trial could stretch into twenty four tane if prosecutors encourage change to not spit out the case. and songs of
slovenian public sector workers began an open ended strike against a two year wage freeze proposed by the government and there were no news bulletins on the state channel as journalists are among those to join the protest at least on other vital services us to let it work but have cut back on bad teachers as a result the police have not been issuing traffic tickets or penalties and social services are handing seats. in just a few moments we'll talk to american author and public speaker john nance bed under the political observer doris not spread about the modernization of china.
thank you very much to you both for joining us now i'll start with you mr nesbitt you first visited china about forty years ago and obviously a lot has changed now what is the post dramatic or surprising change that you've seen. or. it's a pretty discouraging place the big change is the people now that people are so energetic. the so so excited about china and what's happening what have you their
own lives he has a huge huge say with people are obviously the people who are in politics or who are in government. businesses and so forth so every level whatever they're doing very very or more excitement more energy and of course physical. appearance in china just gone from that primitive third world look to the most modern country in the world. the country with the most modern cities in the world having said that now thirty years ago china was track one hundred thirty seventh in terms of g.d.p. and today they are now in the second position so what do you think from your first outsider's perspective what are they doing right while they're doing a lot of things right obviously in the in bringing the economy up the constancy of the government of course allows a more long term thinking than you could have in
a western democracy so this long term strategic thinking allow trial and error and as we see us china goes along and some things fail but most of the things that they tried out work and then they apply it on a bigger scale ok you seem to be very positive about china coming from europe you're coming from europe you're coming from the u.s. do you think china is misrepresented in the world yes or no you know there are things in china that are not good at all and that absolutely need to be changed and will change over time especially with the new generation coming up that has a much lower tolerance on. strict surratt sorry. yes but what needs to be done is to also report the guts things about china the many things where china really has made enormous progress and that not only in economics but also it is on the way through change its in its political structure in its social
economic system i think i think the biggest problem with the reporting in the western press about china is that there is this mindset about communist china and peoples and they always say in the western press that communist government of china. well we're coming is going to china china is that what it used to be but there's this mindset about what it probably is. that shakes to everything about china and it gives a very distorted picture this is a very modern society where there's a lot of participation. of the people obviously the point is there's a there's a social and personal freedom in china that there's never been before in the history of china and that's freedom has allowed the people to contribute to the whole and to create. an ever greater and more
prosperous society and speaking of prosperous they are indeed getting very prosperous these days and in fact the government the chinese government has been trying to cool the economy because of. overheating supposedly overheating do you think there is an overheating of the stock market and the property market and you think it's going to person possibly be another us incident well i think we're i think the whole world is a little too focused on the crisis of the cooling of the healing and. we're going to have a double dip or not in a number of years i think this will be seen as an event. rather than you hear this is an event this is a bump in the road this bumpy road is part of something called very much. and that is the root. of the well. pretty fast rise.
that's me in place those are. here the large you mentioned china is a rich country that is correct but you know lately more and more what comes up is the difference between china being a rich country and having a huge population which is not rich which has not yet gained its share on rich and to give you a little example how why that is so the property rights private property is has not existed in china so when the urbanization of the country was beginning. private property and the property belonged to the community they were sold to developers that moment the value roast dramatically to farm us who were relocated did not gain that. did not get that gain but only the low
price and then you know the property rose and rose so what is now going on and we are now investigating and researching that in a chinese province of sichuan in chengdu is to give. farm us the people who not all owned the land before the property the private property rights to say all of that land to a much better price to have a share off that wealth creation and if you think that in china still fifty percent of the population are farm us then there is a lot of wealth that can be created to the people and that's a development that. and contribute their e much to the sustainability of the economic progress of china.
live from the russian. the headlines were pointing to this not. rushes to triple crude acts but exposed to china to satisfy the giant nation's growing energy within you calls a board or link opened on monday by president hu jintao and mitra rivera because in a three day visits to china. and other humanitarian aid the team is bound for gaza nearly four months after the israeli on their charge the last one headed there killing nine and actually the un human life council says it was a brutal and disproportionate. to some of the parts of russia come out into the open and into politics starting an online campaign to establish a positive finds to make coping and free file sharing illegal. now the quizzes
region that has for many years been a volatile and regional conflict fueled at times by ethnic tensions but how can reconciliation and peace be found that's the question posed to the gas in our sport lies today sabina frys of the independent international crisis group committed to preventing conflict and political analyst andrei at the fronts. hello again a welcome to spotlight into the show on melbourne novel and today my guest in the studio is constant call star trek russia has joined in with the u.n. sanctions against iran and stop the delivery of weapons to the country turn around is threatening to sue moscow if it doesn't fulfill its obligations.