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A commercial diver may have discovered a lost nuclear bomb off the coast of British Columbia near the Haida Gwaii archipelago.日前,一位商业潜水员在不列颠哥伦比亚省海达瓜依群岛的海岸附近发现了一个遗落的核炸弹。Sean Smyrichinsky was diving for sea cucumbers near British Columbia when he discovered a large metal device that looked a bit like a flying saucer.当时Sean Smyrichinsky正在加拿大不列颠哥伦比亚省附近潜水捕捞海参,随后他便发现了一个看起来有点像飞碟的巨大金属装置。The Canadian Department of National Defence (DND) believes it could be a ;lost nuke; from a US B-36 bomber that crashed in the area in 1950s.而加拿大国防部则认为这个东西很有可能是美国上世纪50年代一架坠毁的B-36轰炸机上的“丢失的核弹”。The government does not believe the bomb contains active nuclear material. It is sending naval ships out to the site, near the Haida Gwaii archipelago, to verify the find.加拿大政府认为这枚炸弹里面并没有活性核物质。目前政府方面正在派遣海军船只前往位于夏洛特皇后群岛附近的事发地点,以验这一发现。Mr Smyrichinsky says he came upon the device while diving off the coast of Pitt Island near Haida Gwaii in early October, which is near the Alaskan border with British Columbia.据Smyrichinsky表示,十月上旬他在夏洛特皇后群岛附近的皮特岛岸边潜水时碰到了这个东西,地点就在不列颠哥伦比亚省和阿拉斯加的交界处附近。It was ;bigger than a king-size bed;, perfectly flat on top with a rounded bottom and had a hole in the centre just ;like a bagel,; he told the B.他向B透露称:“那玩意儿比一张特大号双人床还要大一,顶部是平的,底部是圆的,在正中心有一个洞,看起来像一个甜甜圈。”The story of the lost nuke has mystified military historians for more than half a century. In 1950s, American B-36 Bomber 075 crashed near British Columbia on its way to Carswell Air Force Base in Texas.美国核弹丢失事件已经使得军事历史学家们迷惑不解了半个多世纪。上个世0年代,美国一架B-36轰炸75号在返回德克萨斯卡斯尔韦尔空军基地时,坠毁在了加拿大不列颠哥伦比亚省附近。The plane was on a secret mission to simulate a nuclear strike and had a real Mark IV nuclear bomb on board to see if it could carry the payload required.当时这架飞机正在进行秘密任务模拟核打击,并且飞机上还载有一枚真正的马克四型核弹来验飞机是否能够携带要求的有效载荷。Several hours into its flight, its engines caught fire and the crew had to parachute to safety. Out of a 17-person crew, five didnt make it.在起飞几小时过后,这架飞机的引擎着了火,机组人员不得不跳伞逃生。机上一共有17人,其中人不幸遇难。The American military says the bomb was filled with lead, uranium and TNT but no plutonium, so it wasnt capable of a nuclear explosion.据美国军方表示,那枚炸弹中全是铅、铀和TNT炸药,没有钚,所以不可能发生核爆。The crew put the plane on autopilot and set it to crash in the middle of the ocean, but three years later, its wreckage was found hundreds of kilometres inland.机组人员将飞机设定成自动驾驶,并将其坠毁在大洋中,但是三年过后人们在内陆几百公里远的地方发现了飞机的残骸。Dirk Septer, an aviation historian from British Columbia, says the US government searched the wreckage but couldnt find the weapon.据加拿大不列颠哥伦比亚省航空历史学家德里克表示,当时美国政府对发现的飞机残骸进行了搜索,但是却没能找到丢失的核弹;It was a mystery to everyone,; he told the B. ;It was the height of the Cold War and they were just paranoid that the Russians would get a hold of it.;德里克向B透露:“这对所有人来说都是一个不解之谜。当时冷战正酣,他们都非常偏执地猜疑俄罗斯人会得到这枚核弹。”来 /201611/479382To proponents of a cash-free society, the survival of the 0 bill is at best an anachronism, at worst a gift to organised crime. Peter Sands, the former chief executive of UK-based Standard Chartered bank, last week called for the note to be consigned to history, alongside other high-value banknotes beloved of drug barons and kleptocrats. They play little part in the legitimate economy, he argues, but a crucial role in the underground economy.对于持“无现金社会”的人士来说00美元钞票说好听了是过时之物,说难听了就是给有组织犯罪的献礼。总部位于英国的渣打银Standard Chartered)前首席执行官冼Peter Sands)上周呼吁,让100美元钞票成为历史,还有其他为毒枭和窃国者所钟爱的大额钞票。他认为,这类钞票在合法经济中没什么用,在地下经济中却发挥着重要作用。This may well be the case with extreme examples such as the 500 note, under investigation by the EU Commission for links to terrorism. Many are also suspicious of the SFr1,000 notes stashed in Swiss safe deposit boxes. However, Mr Sands goes further, calling for concerted action by major issuers to phase out any note worth more than about .00欧元钞票这样的极端例子或许确实如此。欧盟委员会(EU Commission)正在调查500欧元钞票与恐怖主义的联系。很多人还对存放在瑞士保险箱里的1000瑞士法郎钞票表示怀疑。冼德却更进一步,呼吁主要货币发行机构携起手来,逐步淘汰面值超0美元的钞票。In doing so, he overstates the likely effect on criminal activity. He also underplays the many legitimate reasons for using higher value notes in emerging markets and in some of the world’s most developed societies.他高估了取消大额纸币对犯罪活动可能造成的影响,却低估了新兴市场以及一些全球最发达国家使用大额钞票的很多合法理由。It is true that it becomes harder to stuff an envelope with cash, or to smuggle a briefcase through customs, if forced to make the bundles of banknotes more bulky. Using bitcoin, diamonds or other means of laundering money might be more costly. But these are not insuperable obstacles. As for tax evasion, it may be easier to pay a builder cash in hand using 50 notes but 20 notes would surely serve the purpose. Many businesses that avoid value added tax by under-reporting income are dealing with smaller retail transactions.的确,如果强制让成捆的钞票变得更笨重,把现金装入信封,或者拿着装现金的手提箱通过海关,会变得更困难。使用比特币、珠宝或者其他洗钱方式可能成本较高。但这些并非无法逾越的障碍。至于逃税,用50英镑钞票付给建筑工人或许更方便,但0英镑的钞票肯定也能达到目的。很多通过低报收入免交增值税的企业在从事较小额的零售交易。If criminals find high-value notes useful, so do plenty of other people. In Japan, still very much a cash-based society, the Y10,000 note represents more than 90 per cent of cash outstanding. Sweden, where people even pay children’s pocket money in electronic form, is at the other extreme. But it is no coincidence that people are swiftest to adopt digital payment methods in countries where they have high levels of trust in their institutions.如果犯罪分子认为大额钞票有用,那么很多其他人也会这么认为。在日本(很大程度上仍是一个以现金为基础的社会)万日元钞票占已发行钞票的90%以上。瑞典是另一个极端,在那里,人们甚至用电子货币给孩子零花钱。但是,在金融机构受到高度信任的国家,人们最易接受电子付方式,这并非巧合。Hard currency remains popular as a safe store of value in countries with unstable exchange rates, repressive governments, capital controls or a history of banking collapses. These hoarders prefer big banknotes. In much of Africa and Asia, a 0 note trades at a premium to smaller denominations. The Bank of England says overseas currency wholesalers are the main buyers of 50 notes, which account for a fifth of cash in circulation.在汇率不稳定、政府专制、实行资本管制或经历过业崩盘的国家,硬通货作为一种安全的价值储存手段仍然颇受欢迎。这些现金囤积者喜欢大额钞票。在非洲和亚洲很多国家,100美元钞票的交易价格高于较低面额钞票。英国央Bank of England)表示,海外货币批发商0英镑钞票的主要买方,这种钞票占流通现金的五分之一。Of course, this does not mean that central banks should print high-value notes for the benefit of savers in emerging markets. But it should serve as a reminder that the apparent convenience of a cash-free world comes at a cost to personal freedom. People like cash because it is simple, secure and anonymous. Not all governments are benevolent; and electronic payments can be tracked and hacked.当然,这并不是说,央行应该为了新兴市场的储户印发高面额钞票。但这应提醒人们,无现金社会表面上的便利是以牺牲个人自由为代价的。人们喜欢现金的原因是它简单、安全、匿名。并非所有政府都是善意的;电子付可能会被跟踪或被黑客攻击。These arguments matter because the whole concept of cash is increasingly under attack by those who deem it an inconvenient obstacle to public policy most recently, to central banksadoption of negative interest rates.这些观点很重要,因为现金的整个概念正越来越多地受到一些人的抨击,这些人认为现金是公共政策执行的绊脚石,比如最近就给一些央行的负利率政策造成了障碍。If policymakers try to stimulate the economy by charging interest on money left idle in the bank, the logic goes, people will switch to cash and keep it under the bed.一些人认为,如果政策制定者试图通过对闲置在的现金收取费用来刺激经济,人们将转向持有现金并把它们藏在床底下。There is little sign of this happening yet and, in any case, it is possible to devise ways of charging people to hold cash.目前还没有发生这种情况的迹象,无论如何,设计出让人们为持有现金而付费的方法,总是有可能的。There may well be grounds to ban the “Bin Laden as the 500 note has become known. But the worst way to win people around to the merits of digital currencies would be coercion.我们或许有理由废除被称为“本拉登Bin Laden)00欧元钞票。但要让人们理解数字货币的优点,强迫是下下策。来 /201602/426553

North Korea fired two missiles last Wednesday morning from its eastern coast, according to South Korean and U.S. officials.据韩国和美国官方消息称,朝鲜于上周三早晨在其东部海岸发射了两枚导弹。Both are believed to be Musudan intermediate-range missiles, fired from the North Korean port city of Wonsan, said Commander Dave Benham, spokesman for the U.S. Pacific Command.据美国太平洋司令部发言人戴夫·贝纳姆指挥官表示,这两枚导弹都是舞水端中程导弹,是从朝鲜港口城市元山发射的;According to the U.N. Security Council resolution, any launches that involve ballistic missile technology are a violation of the treaty and we think this is clearly a provocation towards us,; South Korea’s Unification Ministry spokesman Jeong Joon Hee said at a regularly-scheduled press briefing.韩国统一部发言人郑俊熙在定期举行的新闻发布会上表示:“根据联合国安理会决议,任何弹道导弹发射都是违背协议内容的,因此我们认为朝鲜此举明显是对我们的挑衅。”The first missile flew 93 miles (150 km), and is considered a failed launch, according to a South Korean military official. The second missile traveled 249 miles (400 km), the official told CNN.根据韩国军方官方监测,第一颗导弹飞行了93英里50公里),可以说是一次失败的发射。而韩国军方接受CNN记者采访时表示,第二颗导弹飞行49英里00公里)。North Korea has made at least four previous attempts this year to test this type of missile.朝鲜今年至少已经进行了四次试验来测试这一型号的导弹。Both missiles were tracked over the Sea of Japan, also known as the East Sea, ;where initial indications are they fell,; Benham said.这两颗导弹均出现在日本海上空,也就是中国东海。贝纳姆说:“这里就是导弹预计会坠落的地方。”Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that his country could ;never forgive; the test, which he stressed was in violation of U.N. resolutions.日本首相安倍晋三表示,他们国家“绝对不会原谅”这次试验,他强调这是违背安理会决议的行为;We can never forgive this and lodged a firm protest,; he told reporters from Kumamoto, southern Japan. ;We would like to continue taking a close coordination with the U.S. and South Korea and working on North Korea (at) the ed Nations, so that North Korea would not conduct such an action again.;“我们绝对不会原谅(这次试验)并会进行强烈的抗议。”他接受来自日本南部熊本市的记者采访时表示。“我们会继续和美囀?韩国密切合作,一同在联合国解决朝鲜问题,这样朝鲜就不会再做出这样的举动了。”The U.S. State Department condemned the recent missile tests in a statement: ;We are aware of reports that the DPRK fired two ballistic missiles. We are monitoring and continuing to assess the situation in close coordination with our regional allies and partners.;美国国务院在声明中谴责了这一次导弹试验,说道:“我们已经得到了报告,称朝鲜发射了两枚弹道导弹。我们正在检测并继续评估目前的情势,我们也会继续同我们的区域同盟以及合作伙伴保持密切的合作关系。”来 /201606/452045

Four years and some hundreds of billions of dollars later, China’s ambitious global trading strategy known as the “Maritime Silk Roador “One Belt, One Roadis now coming to life, particularly in parts of East Africa where major infrastructure and defense projects are being built. 四年以来数百亿美元过后,中国雄心勃勃的全球贸易战略,“海上丝绸之路”或者称作“一带一路,现在正在变成现实,特别是在东非的部分地区,主要的基础设施建设和国防安全项目正在建设中。New ports in Tanzania, rail lines in Kenya, naval facilities in Djibouti and industrial zones along the Suez Canal in Egypt are all intended to support this massive new trade network that President Xi Jinping hopes will become a key pillar of his foreign policy agenda.坦桑尼亚的新港口,肯尼亚的铁路线,吉布提的海军设施和沿埃及苏伊士运河的工业区都被用来撑这个庞大的新贸易网络,习近平主席希望这个贸易网络能够成为他的对外政策议程的关键柱Matt Ferchen is an associate professor of international relations at Tsinghua University and a resident scholar at the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy where he is a leading OBOR expert with a particular focus on how the venture will impact the Global South. Matt Ferhen是一位清华大学的国际关系学副教授、卡耐基-清华全球政策中心的常驻学者,在那里他是一位领导性的一带一路权威专家,特别聚焦于这项冒险将如何影响南半球。Matt joins Eric amp; Cobus in the podcast above to discuss the new politics of Chinese trade.Matt参加了一个播客节目Ericamp;Cobus,讨论中国贸易新决策。来 /201606/451077

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