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posturing in the taiwan straits, there has also been a heated war of words. if any one dares to split taiwan from china, the chinese military will fight at all costs to resolutely smash any tie. one session is to attempt and resolutely safeguard national sovereignty and territorial integrity. we're not going to let the chinese communist party dictate for the speaker of the house to go. as the speaker of the united states house of representatives, you should never have to ask a foreign dictatorship or the state department for permission to talk to america's friends and allies. if how speaker nancy pelosi visits taiwan, it will grossly interfere in china's internal affairs severely undermined china sovereignty and territorial integrity trample on the one china policy principle. gravely threatened the peace instability in the taiwan strait and undermine china. us relations, it will lead to various serious situation and consequences. in this context,
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nancy pelosi decided that she should go to taiwan at the same time, there's a new bill put forward in the u. s. congress that critics say would essentially nullify the one china policy. when it comes to taiwan, our response should be that we are for democracy and against communist aggression. we live in dangerous times. china sizing up america and our commitment to taiwan. the danger will only grow worse if we show weakness in the face of chinese threats and aggression toward taiwan. these weapons that the u. s. a is piling in to taiwan are a bit more than defensive. they have the capability of striking the chinese mainland . it looks like the united states is hinting it may once again back away from a promise. it's made to a major country and escalate tension. nancy pelosi is trip, could have catastrophic results for the world. caleb, martha r t new york. and i just moment her naughty international will be back with a more of our analysis and our special guests as well. of course the top story is
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a booklet lucille includes and with cluster. if i to watch up story for you here and i'll see international, so good to have be with us tonight live from moscow. the u. s. how speaker nancy pelosi has finally landed in taiwan. it was about an hour and 40 minutes ago. and as you, i'm sure you weren't aware of the fact that she's landed despite numerous threats from china, of so called serious consequences. china will definitely take all necessary measures to resolutely safeguarded sovereignty and territorial integrity in response to the u. s. speakers visit, all the consequences arising there from must be borne by the us side in the taiwan independence, separatist forces that's i'll show you some pictures from the song, sean airport in tai pay, that's a regional and military base. so that's a plane right there. and i'm just arriving
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a bit earlier at the flight tracking website of flight radar. so the number of people following her jet reach 700000 records figure for that service. they're wearing a face moscow. the us how speak us stepped off the plane at around $1050.00 p. m local time than she posed for some big p r pitches with a group of time when he's officials. fellows, he said have visited the evidence of the u. s. commitment to support, ty wouldn't need democracy. pelosi has become the highest ranking american official to visit the island in 25 years. now in response to visit china, to hold a series of military drills around taiwan, saying it'll conduct non nuclear missile launches from the c. a east to the island territory, according to minutes, resources, they include the use of weapons and coordination between war ships and fighter aircraft. taiwan islands are said to have been put on full combat alert and there were certainly air raid sirens along the china coast just about an hour and a half ago when pillows, whose plane was coming into land. you imagined that about 11 o'clock at night,
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your anti pe in the air raid sirens are going off? well, i guess a lot of tardies uprising with a visit from nancy pelosi, but that's course live now to robert griffin. a general secretary of the communist fall here, britain, joining us here live on the international a very good evening to you. what do you think? well, should i say, who do you think is the real driving force behind or this you have the by the ministration saying, it's not that keen on the timing, and yet pelosi almost seems to be on something of a personal pilgrimage. what's, what's your thoughts? well, i think the burden is putting on a little bit of a diplomatic front. after all, he's just had a phone conversation with susan payne and probably intends to have another. but i've no doubt the told nancy pelosi is going to try one with the full approval of the of the us. you might disagree a little bit of time in, but i think they're both engaged in the same exercise, which is an exercise of continuous provocation. accompanied by campaign,
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of course, a massive propaganda campaign aimed against china listening to some of nancy pelosi remarks a little earlier. what does the wonder, how many more countries around the world, the united states feels it has to form in very occupied, in order to keep us all 3 large parts of the world would like to be free from united states domination, subversion? certainly creating some partisan divide that certainly in america for that matter, i mean, you say the by new ministration is family behind her visit. i'm sure you'll, you'll probably right. but the general reaction in the public so far has certainly been mixed in the united states. if this were, let's say, hypothetically, it's all about pelosi, this is her idea. her objective and her, you know, really stressing it for the limelight. is there a specific objective? do you think she's trying to achieve? i think the truly a question of who's interested they,
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they represent the united states ruling classes and class. and it's to, you know, it's too dumb and treated the political parties they've, they've never represented the interests of old americans. and therefore, it's not surprising that many of their policies have never really had the whole hearted support of all 3 americans. they representing very powerful, big business, american big business interests that extend around the much of the world. and i think that's the, you know, that's the driving force. they clearly got china as a major economic rival, a been very jealous of the, of china's efforts to, to extend economic programs that to everybody's benefit to other countries. they've done their best to undermine showing those bills and road initiatives and it's investments in africa. you know, we're by china when it, when it goes into
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a country, of course it wants to play the role materials and so on. but in return, it builds clinics and hospitals and roads for the old imperialist tradition in britain and the united states. for that matter, of course, we only build what's necessary in order to get the materials out. and if needs be to suppress the population. so they clearly regard china as the main as the main threat or rival to united states power of the world. and i see all of these provocations, this slightly hysterical propaganda about about when i see it very much as problems like trying to drive so biden and pelosi like much of the republican party as well . you know, they represent those very po, so monopoly capitalist interested in the united states. they may fall over. they may follow with another over some of the details, like whether to go to tell you now or sometime in the future. but they're all on
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the same side and in effect, the body loves it all in the same party. i think it makes a very good point that mr. griffin, certainly appreciate you having on this evening here on our team to national you talk about the economic aspects of, of this china or america relationship. you mentioned africa, which i thought was very, very pertinent. as you say, china has a habit in africa building infrastructure, roads and schools and hospitals and these kinds of things. and then they get the mineral investments and it's a very happy deal. happy, happy joy, joy between both sides. whereas nato countries, for example, or america, they typically go under africa with, with guns. and, you know, when it comes to the long term vision, it probably doesn't help them in the long term. tell me something with griffith. i wanted to ask you about the, about the broader pitches here. you've heard comments from the russian president vladimir putin in recent weeks saying that that a new world order has been buff around the world. a new multi polar world is being born as we speak compute and saying nothing can stop the changes that are currently afoot around the world. how would you take that comment from putin and address it
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into the larger picture of what's going on right now with ty pay and at china? this is the observer that the multi polar world emerging well will clearly, you know, the, the economic recovery of russia to some degree, sanks to its very rich oil and other mineral resources. and the phenomenal economic growth of charging us. you know, they have proved by a large, unstoppable, that's not to say they couldn't be stopped a little. the only sure way of stopping the rise of china, for example, you know, would, would be by a war to destroy much of its capacity. and of course, that would be the ultimate catastrophe for the whole of the human race. you know, what's interesting is now to see those powers that don't intend to be dominated by the united states or the west. clearly being forced together in some cases, pushed together us lead western policy. and i think it was really interesting. i
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was the discussion that's going on in, in a number of important capitals around the world about reforming some kind of non line movement. we already of course, have the, the bricks, countries of brazil, russia, india, china, and south africa. but that's been a fairly loose arrangements and i think it's not as or more has a more political dimension, as well as sure that he could not make developments. we could yet see the re emergence of a non alone movement as we saw in the 70 sixties and seventies, an important counterpoint to western power. except that this time around, i think any new on the line will have much greater. you can nominate power behind it, not least thanks to, thanks to china, but also because of what brazil, the china themselves, africa, and others to bring to the table. and of course, that is a possibility that it would also have
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a more overtly political voice across a whole range of subjects. not least because it would be opposed to western militarization. and the continue and subversion of those governments around the world that don't fall into line with the united states and nato policy. mr. chris, if i can jump in to for a moment here, i want to bring in a comment from a fairly well known a political analyst and report a michael tracy who made a comment earlier today saying at present the u. s. is intimately involved. busy and at least for ticking time bomb hotspots that could trigger wider conflict, taiwan, ukraine, serbia, kosovo, and iran. but the real problem, of course, is rampant isolation isn't. how would you read into that comment? well, i mean there is no installation. this was only been an isolationist trend in the united states. it's been a long novelty trend, of course. and since surely, before $945.00, there's an extent to which some of those around trump reflect that although in the
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end i think it was, it was the, it was a big business interests the one out as far as us foreign policy was concerned, even under tra, even under trump, by the way, list, i mean, i broadly agree with that list except to say, it's not really complete. because the united states has never been prepared to accept. the reverse is that it's suffered in latin america with the election of a number of governments that actually represented the interests of their people much more than the interests of the united states. multinational corporations and not struggle is ongoing. there have been defeats for some of those progressive governments. united states is undoubtedly play the role in those really defeats at the ballot box. by the way, the left is usually been when almost all the elections of the pallet books. it was not in america, but by twos, dubious, legal judgments,
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so on much of that progress was in danger of being reversed, but no, the left is research just again in latin america. and we're seeing fresh victories . but the united states is, is not going to give up there because it regard that as it's backyard, just as it apparently sees large quotes of the globe. father, it's black backyard, and the u. s. chevron fleet. she's the south china seas in the season oceans of the asia pacific region as being waters that belong primarily to the united states of america. we've been hovering in the region essentially for the past 80 or more years. let's talk about this semester griffith. i'm a nancy pelosi, she touched on 2 hours ago and i was with the big build up to this. china saying you play with fire, you're going to get. but china saying, don't com, don't. com? of course pelosi arrives. media reports now suggesting that britain is also thinking of sending as foreign affairs committee that's high want even perhaps
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later this year, october november potentially. is that a good idea? do you think? well, the foreign affairs committee in us right the, the, there are all ready discuss it with to run the possibilities of a visit towards the end of the year. i mean, one could i was it would be almost clear to say of course, this is, this is the loyal british poodle troopers along behind the united states master. and certainly, you know, petition. so british foreign policy, just just see what madison is doing. 9 times out of 10, it's the same thing, only we do it afterwards. and it's not it clearly it's not going to help matters. tyrone is chinese, it's part of china to assist and it's over and over to one of the many people don't know be because of the kind of coverage we get it. much of the west of media, the officials name in english,
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one is the republic of china, taiwan. so even to tell you when these regard themselves as an integral part of china. but we haven't yet got to the position where china is able to exercise its rightful sovereignty over the island. i suspect china has no intention of doing that by force. although of course, not even showing these invasion run has been forecast much of the rest of media almost every week since 1949. the chinese have been incredibly patient, but they tend to be a people who see things in the longer term and plan strategically. but you know, the world is becoming dangerous place and it's becoming more dangerous because the united states wish wishes to hang on to what it believes should still be a unipolar world. instead of recognizing that all countries have roach and the
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other posts or forces in the world. and hopefully, some of those courses intend to use that economic and political power for the benefit not only are the peoples, but for the benefit of those people who need assistance is all about what we're certainly saying. now, mr. griffith with, in the wake of prudence, comments recently about of the ceo, the shanghai cooperation organization, getting new members as well. the bricks as well. the bricks, families seem to be joined by saudi arabia, argentina, even iran, as well. you talk about, you know, the bricks, nations, for example, that are growing into a massive global neighborhood now representing roughly 70 percent of the working world and in charge of a whole lot of the energy in the world as well. it's just a matter of time before bricks really do come front and center on the global stage . mr. griffith, i want to, i want to ask you a quick question. if i may, working in this business for many years and seeing what happens, for example, when chinese business delegations travel to other countries, for example,
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in england, which has pretty bad pretty by state of infrastructure with bridges and roads and, and water systems and so on. and so forth, when, when chinese business delegations go to london. for example, when teresa may was prime minister or camera, or even johnson was prime minister, chinese business delegations come to london and they spend billions, they invested huge amounts of money. and then the moment they leave the country, u. k. politicians start bad mounting them. why is that? well, not just bad, most of them but actually sabotaging those investments. and lucy and wrapped in a number of high tech and energy industries. in britain, china has reached the assigned solemn agreements to carry out to investment in infrastructure written. and then sometimes they just told that it's an acceptable. this represents some serious infiltration by the chinese state. into british affairs and so on and so on. so you know, i'm not sure how much longer
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a chinese readiness to carry out large structural investment programs in britain is likely to continue. because as i say, they find themselves being undermined and sabotage agreements being broken and so on. right? last incentive so. so the problem, the big problem faced by the people in britain of those is that we needed rushman. but we have a very, very wealthy class of potential investors in britain. the british capitalist class, which by and large, seems to prefer to invest in cheap labor and cheap materials around the world, much more than it wants to invest in socially valuable infrastructure. here in britain, the british capitalist class, by the way, still has the 2nd bill, 3rd biggest bill of investments around the world outside its own country. of,
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of all of the, all of the other classes of capitalist in the world. they're all for investment. they just don't believe enormously in investment in britain, and that's why we've had to turn to china and, and other sources of investment from overseas in order to try and feel like we're not filled in that. and that's part of the, those are that's part of the underlying crisis of, of the british economy. that was broken out into the open. once again. i'd rather have a general secretary of the communist party person joining us life a for the special role in coverage on the international. great to have you with us . thanks very much for your feedback and pleasure. just a bit earlier in this program, my colleague union unable discussed the situation with nancy pelosi in ty, pay with a couple of guests. we americans love annoying, although we are focusing our fingers in their eyes and that shows that we are
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number one. and we don't even realize that we are cynics. we do this because it makes us feel good. it's part of the informational war, and it's part of pino, full, the, it is feeding into the fear of the chinese as we have been led to fear russia and fear of russia that are so by definition we're the good guys and we're fighting the good one i don't think how when these are buying it and the rest of the world is not buying latin, america is not buying it. neither is india. and of course, not. rush hour bell, russia, and many other countries in europe with china, a party not carrying military maneuvers in the area. is this historically recently at least the closest we've come to a major incident between the 2 powers?
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yes, absolutely. so keep in mind, this is a show of force, china needs to do something. china doesn't want to lose face e, nancy, but it was, it goes to taiwan. something needs to happen if the u. s. is thinking that china bluff, it's making a huge mistake. international community would not point directly finger at the us and say that ultimately, if there is a refund response, the responsibility would come from china. so it's, it's just, it's be all quality coordinated this. it's not, it's not a private enterprise of nancy pelosi what they want to do in asia to flight china, to the last time when nice. they will have other countries biting the wars on behalf of the u. s. one could also was just as alfred alluded to their how helpful this is for the tie when these themselves is there an argument to be made that they could be less than a much more tense environment and before despite pelosi is trying to achieve our
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see she wants to do, keep in mind that one is actually the fact to economically integrated with china. so you have the factory integration. it is going against how want interest. i appreciate joining us for our special coverage on archie international, nearly 8 pm now here in the russian capital, i'm real research on this channel monitoring of course are rolling coverage of nancy pelosi. she touched down 2 hours ago in time. a tie one. we're back with more in a moment. ah, ah, with
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our top headlines right now, what are you international? china warns it will take all necessary measures to face. got it sovereignty and territorial integrity. of course, this comes right off of the u. s. how speak? nancy pelosi touched down into one visit, triggering increased attention to say the least between china and the united states in response to the bridget now trying to reset the whole enormous military drills right around cy, one today. and in the, in the coming days as well. it's, it'll launch missiles, strikes off the seal in practice, one might hope just east of the island.


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