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Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said that Moscow expects new US Ambassador to Russia, to remove the rubble of bilateral relations between Russia and the United States. Most likely, the new US ambassador to Russia will be Huntsman.
According to Ryabkov, “as soon as Huntsman arrives in Moscow, the Kremlin will immediately launch a dialogue with him to clear up the heavily obstructed way of the development of US-Russian relations.
The US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations has voted for the candidacy of John Huntsman for the post of US Ambassador to Russia, and his candidacy has been sent for approval to the Senate. The Russian authorities have already given preliminary consent to Huntsman’s work in Moscow.
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Nuclear power accounts for 20% of U.S. electricity generation—and 60% of all carbon-free power generated in America. It is also the only form of carbon-free baseload power available in the United States or globally at scale. Given these advantages, many look to nuclear as a key component of any strategy to tackle climate change. Yet, in spite of its promise, nuclear currently faces numerous headwinds. A recent U.S. Department of Energy Advisory Board report led by John Deutch found that a comprehensive nuclear program in the U.S. would take “time, significant public resources, restructured electricity markets, and sustained and skilled management attention.”
Are subsidies needed and sufficient for the industry’s long-term survival? What other changes must be made? What is the outlook for states like New York and California that have pursued their own policy choices?
EPIC hosted esteemed energy expert John Deutch, who examined these questions and more.
This event is part of a series the University of Chicago is hosting to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the first controlled, self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction. The Nuclear Reactions—1942: A Historic Breakthrough, an Uncertain Future event series will use the 1942 experiment and its historical context as a basis for insights into the future of energy, national security, and efforts to bring about a more peaceful world.
Learn more at: nuclearreactions.uchicago.edu
With all eyes on the nuclear standoff with North Korea, what is the over-arching agenda in play behind the politics of crisis? Tyrel Ventura sits down with documentary filmmaker and journalist John Pilger to learn more about the unfolding behind-the-scenes power play, and to discuss his latest documentary, “The Coming War on China.”
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Senator John McCain also admits that the US is arming, supporting, equipping and training al-Nusra/Al-Qaeda in Syria!
Credit Fox News
McCain reacted to Russia’s announcement that it had begun launching air strikes targeting ISIS militants in Syria by calling on the White House to arm Syrian rebels with weapons to shoot down Russian planes.
McCain initially responded to Fox News host Neil Cavuto’s question about whether he would shoot down Russian planes by saying no, but then went on to assert that he would arm Syrian rebels to carry out that very same task.
“I might do what we did in Afghanistan many years ago, to give those guys the ability to shoot down those planes, that equipment is available,” said McCain, adding that the Free Syrian Army would shoot down the planes, “just like the Afghans shot down Russian planes after Russia invaded Afghanistan.”
McCain is referring to how the United States armed Islamic militants in the 1970s, a policy that led to the rise of the Taliban, Al Qaeda, the Muslim Brotherhood and Osama Bin Laden.
Senator McCain is opposed to Russia’s bombing of ISIS terrorists because he believes that Moscow is using this explanation as a cover to attack US-backed Syrian rebel forces who are trying to topple Bashar Al-Assad.
Although the rebels have fought against ISIS, there are numerous accounts of the FSA and other jihadist groups handing over their weapons to Al-Qaeda affiliates and in some cases defecting outright to join ISIS. The FSA has also been accused of a number of war crimes, some of which are on a par with ISIS.
McCain also made reference to claims that the Russian air strikes had claimed civilian lives, although Moscow vehemently denies this, with spokesperson for the Russian Defense Ministry Igor Konashenkov asserting, “Russian jets did not use weapons on civilian infrastructure or in its vicinity.”
Russian Maria Zakharova, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman also claimed that western media outlets were circulating fake pictures of dead civilians in order to impugn Moscow.
Sukhoi Su-24 Fencer tactical bombers reportedly struck eight ISIS targets, including key coordination centers situated in a mountainous region that were completely destroyed.
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John McCain, Chairman of the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee,… has called for a review of deploying tactical nuclear weapons on the Korean Peninsula,… in the wake of North Korea’s repeated provocations.
In an interview broadcasted on CNN on Sunday,… McCain said Washington needs to seriously review the deployment of tactical nuclear weapons on the peninsula,… just as Seoul’s defense chief suggested last week.
It appears McCain was referring to Defense Minister Song Young-moo’s comments at a parliamentary session,… where he said Seoul should consider tactical nuclear armament as a means to deter and react to North Korea’s threats effectively.
McCain also urged Washington to step up its presence around North Korea,… to make it clear to its leader Kim Jong-un that the price of the regime’s aggressive actions will be extinction.
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