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depends on oil revenues the former finance minister of that if we could didn't explain what. the treads continues. with the first scenario which is also the base one is the status quo and given the current prices institutions and markets will improve but at a slow pace the second scenario involves a sharp drop in crude prices triggering a major cuts in infrastructure and education spending with the third scenario is the most difficult one it involves the improvement of public institutions that compensates for falling oil prices this requires white support to get implemented. all right next. to it to myself or to leo to me as a writer director of the new york university center the dialogues to re-evaluate the results of the arab spring.
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was definitely leave tunisian writer and i was so founder and director of the new york university versity center for dialogue it's great to have you with us here today. tunisia has been caught up in a wave of anti western protests where protesters were actually tearing down the flecks from the embassy four people died some buildings were looted and now we hear that some of the government members one people who took part in this protest executed now if that is that's a very bold decision ok if that is to happen do you think that could actually put an end in the future to an extremist way of protest or in a country that would steer more anti-american and anti western feelings in tunisia in prison governor. and particularly the islamist majority in the government they
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lead directly to government does these things it is because the pressure of the united states has been such that they had no other choice. i remind you of what happened if the united states government and hillary clinton did not call the president of tunisia to tell him. if the same thing that happened in libya the killing of the ambassador here would happen in tunisia you would be responsible tunisia would be responsible to the president of tunisia had to send the presidential guard to exfiltrate the ambassador and his staff to bring them to safety and so a catastrophe was avoided but i was really glad sequences exactly what yesterday consequences the consequences i think that would inflame more feelings among the groups that are in fact part of the now that they're not outside of it you see what
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you have here what you have in tunisia is an islamist party that speaks with the blank which is that speaks a double discourse and speaks in a discourse to its internal. groups and the discourse outside outside they have to show they need to show that making america the west the way or just here is that the world is the rest of the world and including to me in society to me and secular society they see all we are very moderate we are very modern we are very open to the world we want to respect or defeat them censor and then incite they say different things for instance i give an example the video was discovered going back to this or talk in other words about the time these things were happening and it shows. he cannot deny that it's him he's speaking mr rouget the head of the islamist party in total. they had of the islamist party there also you know he's
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the head of the he acts like a hallway me somehow so he doesn't get high anywhere. but he's really the source of authority is here you know ok here is the source of authority without him nothing would happen now the video shows him in confidence in a discussion with the chief islamist in his office what was he telling them he was telling them well look you have to be patient both you and i we have the same objectives to the contrary you have to be patient we have the same objectives now this is of course a big school with no music and what does he say also he says well we have to be patient because the army is against us the police are against us the administration we do not have the administration or ones let's first have the army let's work to have the police let's have the government because it's for structure with us then
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we can so slowly we will do it in other words the objectives of the extent of the so-called moderates exactly exactly said but isn't that ironic. that we would see islamic government come to power in tunisia not only in tunis in egypt in every other state that has been swept by the revolution in the arab spring and then at the same time they've been helped with the united states and that's not a secret for anyone how does that really go together the islamist government and the united states i mean it's almost as if like the united states are making the same mistakes they did in afghanistan in the eighty's you know when they created headings and then they turned against them i would agree with you but there you do in fact this is what they say publicly what happened is that the u.s. had no choice they had to deal with the islamist that did not mean that they are proof of that or. as
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a result of what happened the libya and what happened in tunisia i believe the days now reassessment of the position of the american side on the american side what exactly do you mean by reassessing because well hillary clinton came out and said after years and last year was killed in libya that how could this happen in a country that we have helped to liberate maybe they oversimplistic approach may be the stereotypes are should blame for the fact that american escaped trick creating the same traps that obstacles for themselves as far as the arab world to know what i mean where is why don't they get the arab mentality i think the problem here is the lack of knowledge of they are bored and didn't mind eleven if you would go to an american bookstore looking for any book dealing with issues concerning the arab world you want five men including in fact sometimes in academic bookstores and then suddenly after nine eleven. two weeks later you go to any and you know new
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york you studied new york you will go to any bookstore of barnes and noble and suddenly you have these books and this is in a way also the american attitude america has always been able to act according to the sense of crisis without a crisis no one cares where the big prizes then they put the means however when they went to iraq they did not really have the experts this explains the horrendous mistake that were made in iraq. i give you an example this is a personal example i was called i think two weeks before the launching of the hour of the iraq war. to brief members of congress at a breakfast there were about twenty five of them or so including three chairman of . congress who could beat us and the idea was to really give them a sense of what islamic similar. from what i've seen resistance but there was
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amazed at the kind of question they were that has basically what is she what is. wrong and then you wonder these are the same guys who are going to make to decide on war and peace how does the lack of knowledge america lack of knowledge of islam and the arab world reflect on the decision stare making in syria right now. i think the same the same mistakes and the same approach is. here today i think hillary clinton. almost you go when just we were just at the beginning of the. first syria and said well. bashar assad should google you know like the dismissive way it's like we decide who should be president bush must be president instead of that time there was a possibility of trying to find a consensus among groups with the government with the it's not there to somehow
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force new solution and new beginning for syria instead of that we went from one it's condition to another escalation and now it's probably too late should he go though at this point because the how could he really reconcile with his people after everything that has happened how could he rule syria even if he was to win which is very unlikely it is up to the syrian people to decide. the syrian people are simply on both sides you know you still think it's if you don't mention it well we don't know how would you decide this fifty fifty if you do not have elections so having experienced libya egypt pakistan now syria afghanistan what are the lessons that the americans have learned in your opinion and once again talking about the reassessment of their policies how would they reassess in your opinion i think what they have learned is that you should not get into any situation that you do not know. you have first to listen to the experts second to be modest
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and to have a sense of humility you cannot rule the world today you have to listen to the audience you cannot decide who should go and for the state that is very important so that they didn't turn russian role there is security council there is the united nations general assembly there is the international community you cannot go your own way to solve problems soulforce this is over that time is over that is number three number four you have to be careful about those who you spouse today as your friends they might turn against you one day you have seen ever going to stand you might see that now with this coziness with the islamist parties so what is the final conclusion that you have to stick to your values you have to stick to the red lines you have to say clearly since you deal with these
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leaderships with these new parties. they are red lines and there's an advantage because freedom of expression freedom of religion take egypt the coptic minority is leaving egypt the coptic minority is living in lebanon the coptic mentality is that the christian minority is giving iraq if we do not take the necessary action to reassure these minorities. the middle east which was rich because of all these minorities would become a desert landscape is to became a wasteland so. stick to your values say to these regimes if you cross red lines we would be tough on you. and if this happens then i think we can have a better future for the region and for america to step at killie thank you very much for this interview thank you.
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a sacred place rising out of the waters of the lake the lawn ministry is home to one hundred fifty orthodox monks mostly younger than thirty five and they've come from many different places and backgrounds to live in isolation here spiritual life it takes up many hours on the road to becoming a monk requires both hard work and religious telly cation. alexei wants to become and herds cattle as part of his preparation. however these beasts get a musical accompaniment of what they can remember sound sequences you know they react to the sound signals the flutes the herders had in the old days they needed them it wasn't just a fun thing but these meadows didn't come naturally requiring decades of composting
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to bring the soil up to farming standard. this island is mostly rock. the soil here is very thin and the monks can't just get more of it because they're surrounded by the lake so they have to work very hard in order to provide whatever food they need. to grow their own crops found their own fish and repair their own churches. but the central purpose of the lawn has always been religious the main ministry surrounded by smaller primaries spread through the many archipelago the monks who know their existence is a little different from that of other ministries here we are out of the way and we do have. bill creams and song times tourists as well but only. tranquilly to use. this the.
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combination of high religion and down to earth hard work than motivates these men.
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the headlines on r t and paving the way for scotland to go it alone the u.k. prime minister and the first minister of scotland sign a deal of allowing a referendum on scottish independence for two thousand and fourteen. moscow says it's impossible to confirm whether damascus is using soviet era cluster bombs against rebels or the country is being flooded with illegal weapons from abroad meanwhile the e.u. has slapped the syrian government with new sanctions. and one man stuck in the siege of the libyan opposition's last stronghold tells r.t. supplies in bani walid are running out of the conflict there already has killed ten people in the past week in a series of armed confrontations our time now for sports is paul.
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thank you very much we welcome along to the sports headlines here's what we've got coming up. the road to rio russia's football team prepared to put their one hundred percent record in two thousand and fourteen world cup qualifying on the line against azerbaijan. since wall part of his win in the korean grand prix to kentucky the f one driver standings rumors circulated sebastian vettel could be on his way to ferrari. plus nice on the ice we bring in the best of the action from the latest round of matches in the kontinental hockey league. but for us russia will be looking to continue that one hundred percent record on tuesday as they take on azerbaijan in the latest two thousand and fourteen world cup qualifier and the hosts will be hot favorites to win as rich of important explains. russia's world
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cup qualifying campaign is going from strength to strength nine points from free games and no goals conceded he's been sit top of the group capello saw and put in a very good battling performance against the portugal team run for from the world azerbaijan is certainly not in the same class and almost one hundred places below the russians how well the italian is expecting a tough game on tuesday. i know their head coach bertie votes very well and i played against him by john are a well organized side and are disciplined but i have noticed that they have a number of decent footballers who could cause us problems and also have the potential to create something out of nothing capello has hinted that he may make one or two changes to the starting line up the plate against the portuguese denise closer call from a replacement to face all in who was brought up at half time look i'm achievement failed to put in a good performance and he says he's expecting his side to be on the attack for long periods on tuesday. i'm pretty sure that as
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a broad general look to defend the numbers when the game gets underway i'm expecting a tough game and it will be difficult to break them down. russia ready have a healthy goal difference and with azerbaijan being one of the weaker side to make group this game could be a good chance to score even more goals however captain eager degrees of says he'll be happy if russia win one nil and get all three points the main thing for me is that will win i am prepared for us to play scrappy football and get to one nil victory but the most important thing is that we win i really want to play in a world cup as i haven't played in one yet in my career i'm more than prepared to win every game one nil as long as you make it to brazil. russia will start a strong favorites when they take on as a by john another healthy crowd is expected of illusion of the stadium and it seems as food they are getting the fans back onside after a disappointing campaign of the euro's and of capello's men get over the points and choose the better of taken another small stride in their quest to qualify for the
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next world cup automatically fabio capello's enjoyed a dream start to his career is the head coach of a russian national football team as they proudly sit top of group path with maximum points so far will not stop azerbaijan where russia will be hot favorites to win as they look to continue very impressive record and make it four wins out of four pretty from portland r.t. to moscow. now staying put side where a selection of russia's former footballing greats turned out in force for a charity clash on sunday on the right to hold off when you got it off just some of the icons who shaped russian football and even soviet football those are many more big names playing in the news nicky arena people who've suffered at the hands of terrorism on their performances were an added bonus demonstrating spotlights on just three minutes into the game with this little piece of brilliance carla corona of them equalled matters three minutes after the break from the penalty spot the red and whites one down there cutting tick. no of sending the ball to the net as he
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used to there were numerous occasions during his eight year spell with the muscovites two one the final school. the one in formula one rumors have surfaced linking red bulls two time defending world champion sebastian vettel with a move to ferrari in two thousand and fourteen it comes hours after the german dominated proceedings at the korean ground for aid to overtake potential new teammate fernando alonso at the summit the twenty five year old began from second behind current teammate mark where both missing secured the lead before storming to victory with a full eight seconds to spare. in a row meaning he's also become the first driver to win four races this season webber was second while a long. battle is now six points clear of alonzo in the drivers' championship with four races left to go this season he was last on top of the standings way back may . now let's talk golf where is a weekend to remember for shane lowry on the greens the irish man winning his first event as a professional in portugal lowry started sunday's final round four shots off the
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top but took control of the leaderboard from berne vice burger after this eagle on the eleventh probably twenty five year old will try to lead with a ross fresh am indeed it was the englishman who looked favorite to claim the masters title heading into the last couple of holes but a bogey on the eighteenth would hand the crown to the delighted native it's his second european tour with his first as a pro after winning the irish open last in an amateur. it's hard. it's early it's a very long standing here. portuguese mass which i'm going to. call a practice of dawn and all the people. you know as. well as a very very meanwhile there was also a first time when on the p.g.a. tour sweden jonas blixt winning the frys dot com opening caliph a birdie on the seventeenth followed by a level par on the final hole of the final round. it was enough to secure
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a one strike win and with it a check for nine hundred thousand dollars. i wonder is celebrating now to the hardwood where the l.a. clippers recorded in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine when over the reigning n.b.a. champions miami heat is an exhibition game in shanghai miami stars dwayne wade and le bron james the players everyone wanted a glimpse of in particular during the chinese pre-season tour and the joy got things started in spectacular fashion with this. however the clippers led by the andre jordan would take a fifty seven forty three lead into the break the second half saying l.a. stick to the script with miami just unable to turn it around wade and james providing an eighteen points in total by the end the same amount as percentage jordan in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine clippers on the first three seasons victory. now let's move to the ice where there was a busy day or there is a busy day in the k.h. on monday with eleven games taking place across the continent have been god be done boss in two one in the other games out in the tbilisi start taking
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a glance lease hosting to normal rigo well much needed course understanding if the torpedo you can see the scores that former champions said about you i haven't actually gets to ask our trucks are right now hosting local team. still plenty of games for you elsewhere you go and standing spots are lefty kmiec current taking on the czech side left so out of style play the scar matlock not meet his nets and find the outlaws hard slog. so all those fixtures taking place on monday brought about the best action from the last seven days while a plethora of recent arrivals from the n.h.l. has raised the quality and drama here in europe this is goals glow on ice.
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