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Monday Sept 26 2016 Joe Raedle—Pool/AFP/Getty Images “[The negotiation is] something that somebody should do that knows how to negotiate and not the kind of representatives that I have seen in the past” he told a reporter in 1984 “It would take an hour and a half to learn everything there is to learn about missiles … I think I know most of it anyway” “Some people have an ability to negotiate” Trump further told an Associated Press writer in 1985 during an interview largely about football “It’s an art you’re basically born with Either you have it or you don’t I feel for the first time in many years we’re in a position to negotiate a really good treaty I’ve been involved in studying the issue for years I feel very knowledgeable about the issue” Get your history fix in one place: sign up for the weekly TIME History newsletter Trump did not serve as the negotiator And though the agreement did expire a new agreement was reached in 1991 But the nuclear issue is far from the only one that proves that in several area’s Trump’s interests have been consistent since the 1980s In 1987 for example Trump spent a reported $94801 on newspaper ads to publish an “open letter” on US foreign policy He said that week that he wasn’t planning to run for office but many saw the letter as an indication that he had his eye on the coming election The open letter which declared that “there’s nothing wrong with America’s Foreign Defense Policy that a little backbone can’t cure” went on to echo several themes that have featured in his 2016 campaign: Make Japan Saudi Arabia and others pay for the protection we extend as allies Let’s help our farmers our sick our homeless by taking from some of the greatest profit machines ever created machines created and nurtured by us “Tax” these wealthy nations not America End our huge deficits reduce our taxes and let America’s economy grow unencumbered by the cost of defending those who can easily afford to pay us for the defense of their freedom Let’s not let our great country be laughed at anymore Write to Lily Rothman at [email protected] Republican health care bill got some bad news on the day the House is scheduled to vote: Only 17 percent of American voters approve of the proposal According to a Quinnipiac University national poll released Thursday 56 percent of Americans disapprove of the Republican alternative to the Affordable Care Act with 26 percent undecided “Replacing Obamacare will come with a price for elected representatives who vote to scrap it say many Americans who clearly feel their health is in peril under the Republican alternative” said Tim Malloy assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll The poll also found that 46 percent said they would be less likely to vote for their lawmakers if they back the Republican health care law while only 19 percent said they would be more likely and 29 percent said it would not matter An even higher number opposed cuts to Medicaid Voters opposed cutting federal funding to the health care program for the poor by 74 to 22 percent One recent version of the bill would not allow any more states to expand Medicaid eligibility under the Affordable Care Act allow states to require some enrollees work as a condition of getting coverage and begin reducing enrollment through attrition in 2020 The survey of 1056 voters across the country was conducted on landlines and cell phones from March 16 to 21 It has a margin of error of plus or minus three percentage points Contact us at [email protected] hard people work to achieve a goal has a lot to do with their personality But according to a new study it also has to do with the personalities of people around them The behavior of other people can influence traits like laziness impatience and prudenceeven when a person is unaware that its happening The findings are notable says lead author Jean Daunizeau a researcher at the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) because these three traits are typically thought to be unique among individuals "They drive most of our daily decisions which are made of trade-offs between the prospect of reward and costs such as risk effort and delay" Daunizeau said in an email What’s surprising here is that these seemingly unique behaviors “are so volatile and prone to others’ influence" TIME Health Newsletter Get the latest health and science news plus: burning questions and expert tips View Sample Sign Up Now In the study published in the journal PLOS Computational Biology Daunizeau and his colleagues asked 56 people to make a series of decisions involving risks delays or effort They asked the people if they would rather enter a lottery with a 90% chance of winning a small payoff or one with a 10% chance of winning a large payoff; if they’d prefer a small reward in three days or a larger reward in several months; and if they’d choose to do a physically demanding task with a big payoff or an easier one with a smaller payoff The participants were then asked to predict how other people would approach these same scenarios After seeing the responses from those other participants (who were actually computer algorithms unknown to the real volunteers) they were then asked to make a second series of decisions In the second round of decision-making peoples attitudes tended to become more similar to those of the fictional participants Many of them also assumed (without any evidence) that the attitudes of others would closely resemble their own The participants were mostly unaware of these biases say the authors They write that these subconscious attitude shifts may be among the many factors that contribute to the natural alignment of collective human behaviorsa phenomenon sometimes known as herd mentality It’s not yet clear how this type of attitude contagion compares to other forms of feedback or peer pressure or how behaviors might change if people become aware of them "For example if your lazy boss rewards you for having invested more effort in your work will you become more or less lazy" Daunizeau says "What if someone makes you realize that you imitate the attitude of your lazy boss" More research is needed and the findings aren’t meant to discourage spending time with certain types of people But Daunizeau says it probably wont hurt for people to surround themselves with others whose dispositions and work ethics they admireand to be more aware of less-desirable traits of friends and family which could potentially rub off on them Contact us at [email protected] “two sessions” kicks off this week bringing together all of the movers and shakers from the top echelons of government for the nations two big annual political shindigs The National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) China’s top political advisory body begins Friday with the main event the National People’s Congress (NPC) the country’s legislature getting under way on Sunday Its a time when the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) gets together to hammer out issues that are pressing to the country This is no parliament however and delegates overwhelmingly vote according with the policies set out by the CCP Politburo Standing Committee the nations top political body helmed of course by President Xi Jinping But that doesnt mean real discussion isnt on the table and the “two sessions” provides a rare opportunity for lower profile actors inside the party and elsewhere to advocate for reform or a shift in policy direction Many of these sit on the CPPCC which is broad coalition of academics civil society and other stakeholders though still one-third filled with CCP members Dont expect "radical" proposals like popular elections and an independent judiciary though as the preselected participants are all vetted by the party Nevertheless here are some of this years big issues and the little people looking to raise them A Demographic Time Bomb: Despite the loosening of Chinas one-child policy in late 2015 financial pressures and inadequate welfare mean many Chinese are turning down the opportunity to have a second child Sha Yong a demographics professor from Nanjing and CPPCC member is calling for improved social provisions and other incentives to tackle the very real problem of Chinas swelling ranks of elderly retirees “Now the maternal and child health care system is prepared for the only child and cannot adapt to the arrival of a two children” Sha told the Nanjing Daily Left-Behind Children: Chen Wanxia is an NPC member who founded a primary school near Hefei capital of the eastern province of Anhui for the children of migrant laborers Tens of millions of rural Chinese flock to factories on the coast every spring but their children are only eligible for free schooling in their home villages These "left-behind children" estimated at 61 million last year are typically cared for by elderly grandparents but frequently struggle estranged from their parents and with only poor educational facilities available In 2006 Chen founded her school and she continues to advocate for improving conditions for this marginalized group “The school is really tough now but as long as there are children I will stick with it” Chen told Chinacomcn Going Greener: China faces some of the worlds worst pollution with 4 out of 5 underground wells producing water unfit even for bathing and air quality that one study says kills more than 4000 people every day Ecological NGO China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation is presenting 22 proposals to safeguard Chinas environment including public-interest litigation relating to ecological degradation and establishing an environmental-damage special restoration fund It also wants new legislation relating to biodiversity conservation marine protection species protection habitat protection and waste classification Professor Xue Dayuan of Minzu Universitys College of Life and Environmental Science is a leading supporter Revitalizing State-Owned Enterprises: The bosses of Chinas colossal state-owned enterprises (SOEs) will all be present at the NPC and many have positions equivalent in standing to government ministers Ma Bangui however was just an ordinary worker at a state-owned gas company in the northeastern city of Dandong when he was elected to the NPC Ma says SOE workers currently lack motivation and their jobs should be incentivized through bonuses and other perks like private companies do “If state-owned firms could learn from the market enterprises then their burden will be eased and the workers could get more pay for more work" he says Supercrops: Zhao Zhihai a botanist at the Zhangjiakou City Academy of Agricultural Sciences is hoping to gain support for his high-yield drought-resistant millet which he says can help alleviate poverty among rural communities Chinese agriculture suffers from a lack of professionalism and mechanization leading to the overuse of fertilizers and pesticides to keep yields high Zhao says replanting the current 33 million acres of conventional millet with his new strains can boost food production by 4 billion kg reports China Economist Net Fighting Scammers: Sichuan lawyer Shi Jie a member of the CPPCC will spearhead legislation to protect ordinary Chinese from telecoms scams The move follows the death of 18-year-old student Xu Yuyu who suffered a heart attack after she was swindled out of $1450 earmarked for her tuition fees The Shandong native was targeted by a fraudster claiming to work for the Ministry of Education Shis proposed “Citizen’s Personal Information Protection Law” would strengthen accountability and impose punishments for those leaking or accessing private information Improving Rural Health Care: Yang Linhua a doctor from Shanxi province has been an NPC member for four years and is on a quest to fix Chinas ailing health care system Especially in rural areas doctors are poorly equipped trained and work horrendous hours; many are even attacked by frustrated patients Owing to low wages many doctors elicit bribes from patients to provide treatment Yang wants to better enshrine the rights and obligations of medical personnel improve their working environment and standardized training to raise overall standards “Suggestions for a healthy China are my duty and mission” Yang told the Shanxi Daily With reporting by Yang Siqi / Beijing Write to Charlie Campbell at [email protected] In fact, the essential ingredients of money laundering offence have not been established.” The Ebola outbreak has killed more than 4.
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