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MOSCOW (Reuters) - A prominent opponent has warned Vladimir Putin his days in power are numbered, as Russia awaits the presidents response to the dramatic decline of the rouble.莫斯科(路透社)——一个主要的反对者对普京说他执政的日子不多了,俄罗斯正等待普京对卢布的衰退将作何回应。Putin has been silent as the currency collapsed against the U.S. dollar this week before making up some of the lost ground on Wednesday, but he is sure to be asked about it at his end-of-year news conference starting at noon (0900 GMT) on Thursday.本周卢布对美元急剧贬值,而普京却一直保持沉默,周三卢布短暂回升,但是在周四中午举行的年终新闻发布会上他势必会被问到这个问题。Former Prime Minister MikhailKasyanov, an ex-ally who is now an opposition leader, blamed the growing financial crisis on economic mismanagement by Putin, as well as Western sanctions over the Ukraine crisis and a fall in global oil prices.前外交部长MikhailKasyanov(他之前是普京的盟友,现在成了反对派领导人)将俄罗斯不断加深的经济危机归咎于普京的经济管理不善,以及西方的制裁和全球油价的下降;Russia is going into decline,;Kasyanov, 57, told Reuters in an interview on Wednesday evening. ;2015 isa year in which Putin must make a principle decision.;“俄罗斯正在衰退,7岁的他对路透社说。015年是普京需要做出“原则性”决定的一年。“Warning the president would face protests,he said Putin could choose a ;further squeezing of the political environment;, meaning a tightening of the screws on critics, or accept;he needs an exit strategy; and agree to hold free elections early.他警告道总统将面临人们的抗议,他说普京可能会进一步的管控政治环境,即对批评者进行更加严格的控制,或者他会接受“退出战略”并同意提前举行大选;As a result of that, (he should have)just a quiet departure through presidential elections. I dont believe he willwin presidential elections if they are free and fair,; Kasyanov said.“导致的结果是,通过总统选举,他应该会安静的离开。如果选举是自由和公正的话,我认为他将无法赢得总统大选。”来 /201412/349462WOMEN traveling to Saudi Arabia often raise eyebrows there, and Michelle Obama was no exception.去沙特阿拉伯旅行的西方女人往往会令那里的人扬起眉毛,米歇尔·奥巴Michelle Obama)也不例外。When Mrs. Obama recently appeared in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, in the company of President Obama with her hair uncovered, she was following well-established diplomatic protocol for prominent foreign women visiting the country, where strict religious laws otherwise require women to have their heads covered.前不久,在总统奥巴马的陪伴下,奥巴马夫人出现在沙特首都利雅得,她没有戴头巾,这是遵循了外国著名女性拜访该国的悠久外交礼节。然而依照沙特阿拉伯严格的宗教规定,女性必须戴头巾。But a commotion ensued, exacerbated by a faked YouTube that suggested that Saudi state television had blurred out images of Mrs. Obama and her uncovered head. The had been doctored, and not by Saudi television. But a furor still is playing out on Twitter over Mrs. Obama and the absent head scarf.但是,这引发了一场骚动,YouTube上的一个伪造视频更加剧了这场骚动。该视频显示,沙特阿拉伯国家电视台把奥巴马夫人和她未戴头巾的头部作了模糊处理。这段视频是篡改过的,并非来自沙特阿拉伯国家电视台。但是Twitter上仍出现了关于奥巴马夫人未戴头巾的激烈争论。That makes for an interesting backdrop, as more women are traveling to Saudi Arabia on business these days. And they are encountering the laws that limit the social and physical mobility of women in the kingdom, where it is illegal for a woman to drive a car.这是一个有趣的背景,因为如今越来越多的女人会去沙特出差。她们会遇到这个王国限制女性社会和身体流动性的各种法律。在那里,女人开车是违法的。In 2015, a theme being widely applied to the hajj pilgrimage that brings millions of Muslims to Saudi holy sites each year is “The Year of Development,to highlight significant economic and social changes in the kingdom. In a country whose economy is being battered by the drop in world oil prices, there is growing emphasis on improving infrastructure and business development, including the building of new hotels. Among many global hotel companies with new projects in Saudi Arabia are Marriott, Carlson Rezidor and InterContinental, which is developing its Staybridge Suites brand in Jeddah.每年,成百上千万穆斯林前往沙特圣地麦加朝圣015年朝圣的一个主题是“发展之年”,突显这个王国的经济和社会变革。该国经济正因全球油价下跌而遭受打击,所以越来越重视改善基础设施,促进商业发展,包括建新酒店。很多全球酒店集团正在沙特建新酒店,包括万豪(Marriott)、卡尔森瑞德酒店(Carlson Rezidor)和洲际酒InterContinental)。洲际酒店正在吉达扩张自己的驻桥套房(Staybridge Suites)品牌。But as this development expands, can businesswomen from abroad work effectively within a culture where, for example, a Saudi woman was arrested in December for attending a soccer match? Yes but it requires planning and agility, says Nancy J. Ruddy, a co-founder of CetraRuddy, an architectural firm in New York that has been working in Saudi Arabia on the design for a large business hotel project in Jeddah. The five-star Galleria hotel and retail center is scheduled to open late this year.但是在这些发展的同时,国外的商务女性能在这种文化中有效率地进行工作吗?去年12月,一名沙特女子因去现场观看足球赛而被捕。纽约建筑公司CetraRuddy的联合创始人南希·J·拉迪(Nancy J. Ruddy)说,女人能够在这里有效率地工作,不过需要计划和机智。该公司正在吉达设计一个大型商务酒店项目。这个五星级加列里亚饭店(Galleria)和零售中心计划今年年底开业。We’re all familiar with the basic drill in Saudi society, where even restaurants are segregated, with women and children seated in special sections away from men. But I asked Ms. Ruddy whether there are lesser-known hurdles in doing business while female in Saudi Arabia.我们都知道沙特社会的一些基本习俗,在那里甚至连餐馆都设立隔离区,女人和孩子被安置在特殊区域,与男人隔开。但是我问拉迪,女性在沙特做生意有没有什么不太为人所知的障碍。“Any country that I go to, I really study the customs and I get advice from people who have been there, so the obvious things about having to wear these robes, these abayas, about being covered, everybody knows about those things,she said. “But there are certain things we all assume are basic in our global world, even if it is a country like Saudi Arabia, such as the availability of bathrooms.”“不管去哪个国家,我都会认真研究那里的习俗,询问去过那里的人的建议。很显然,你必须穿长袍,盖住头,谁都知道这些,”她说,“但是有些东西我们以为全世界都有,甚至在沙特这样的国家也应该有,可实际上那里没有,比如卫生间。”Many of her business meetings with the development company, an arm of the Saudi royal family, took place in a modern 23-story office building, she said.她说,她和开发公司的很多商务会议都是在一3层的现代写字楼里进行的。那是沙特皇室的公司。“But there was no ladiesroom, which was totally shocking to me,she said. “During my first trip there, if I needed to use the bathroom, I would have to say that I need to go back to my hotel, and I would have to be walked back to the hotel by a man, because you’re not allowed as a woman to walk around unaccompanied on the streets. And because there are almost no women in the work force in Saudi Arabia, there are no ladiesrooms in office buildings.”“但是那里没有女卫生间,这让我极为震惊,”她说,“我第一次去那儿时,如果我需要去卫生间,我只能说我需要回酒店,然后必须有一个男人送我回酒店,因为在沙特,没有男人陪伴,女人不能独自在街上走动。因为沙特女人几乎都不工作,所以写字楼里没有女卫生间。”So Ms. Ruddy resorted to a kind of bathroom diplomacy during her frequent work sessions there. “All of the male executives had private bathrooms, so I asked if it was possible for one of those bathrooms to be put out of commission so I could use it, so I wouldn’t have to ask some man to take me on a 15-minute walk back to my hotel.”所以,在那里频繁工作期间,拉迪想出了一种卫生间外交策略。“所有男性高管都有私人卫生间,所以我询问是否有可能留出一个卫生间给我用,这样我就不用让某个男人陪我走15分钟回酒店了。”Voilà! Compromise was achieved and a little sign on a door solved a big problem.好了!他们让步了,在门上挂一个小牌子就解决了一个大问题。By and large, as more women travel on business in Saudi Arabia, more of them are finding ways to work around the system, even as some social pressure builds within the country from Saudi women, who make up 20 percent of the country’s work force, up from 16 percent a decade ago. That is still among the lowest female work force percentages of any country, according to data from the World Bank.总的来说,随着更多女人到沙特出差,她们中的更多人在寻找变通方法,与此同时,沙特妇女也在国内施加了一些社会压力。如今女性占沙特劳动力的20%,比十年前的16%有所增长。根据世界的数据,它仍是世界上女性劳动者比例最低的国家之一。“With so many U.S.- and global-based businesses in Saudi Arabia, travel to the country is only going to expand,said Carol Margolis, the publisher of Smart Women Travelers. “Saudi women keep pushing for change and, as a result, travel into their country by Western women will become easier.”“随着这么多美国和国际性公司进驻沙特,到这个国家旅行的人只会越来越多,”《聪明的女性旅行者Smart Women Travelers)的作者卡罗尔·马戈利斯(Carol Margolis)说,“沙特妇女在不断推进改革,所以西方女性去她们国家旅行会变得更容易。”Finding ways to navigate around customs that might seem insurmountable at first “has been very interesting,said Ms. Ruddy, who also has developed projects in India.拉迪说,在最初看来似乎难以逾越的习俗中寻找变通办法“变得非常有趣”。她也在印度开发项目。“In Saudi Arabia, it’s clear they have a great admiration for expertise, so the rules were changed a bit when they saw that I was bringing expertise to the table, which is of course why they hired me in the first place,she said. “After a while, some of the men would even call me by name and make direct eye contact.”“在沙特阿拉伯,他们显然十分钦佩专业知识,所以当他们看到我能带来专业知识时,规矩就有所松动,当然他们起初雇佣我也是为了我的专业知识,”她说,“经过一段时间,其中一些男人甚至开始直呼我的名字,跟我有直接的目光接触。”Small victories, of course, in a world where the ability to gracefully work around traditions is valued because, as every business traveler contemplating a trip to an unknown culture knows, as a general rule, when you have to go, you have to go.当然,这些都是小小的胜利。在当今世界,在尊重传统的同时,寻找变通方法以便得体工作的能力显得越来越重要,因为每个商务旅行者在考虑前往一个陌生文化时,都知道这样的一般原则——如果必须去,那就别无选择。来 /201502/359390Police in ((the central U.S. state of)) Missouri say an officer shot and killed an armed black man early Wednesday morning.美国中部密苏里州的警方说,当地一名警察星期三早晨开打死一名持的黑人。A spokesman for the police department in Berkeley, a suburb of St. Louis, says the officer encountered two men during a routine check at a gas station. The spokesman says one of men pointed a gun at the officer, prompting the officer to open fire. The second man fled the scene.圣路易斯郊区伯克利的警察局发言人说,警察在一个加油站巡逻时遇到两名男子,其中一人掏瞄准警察,促使警察开自卫,将其击毙,另一名男子逃离现场。Several dozen residents gathered at the scene of the shooting and confronted police. At least two smoking objects were thrown into the crowd, one of which exploded.几十名居民聚集在击现场,质问警察。有人投掷了至少两个冒烟装置,其中一个发生爆炸。The St. Louis Post-Dispatch newspaper has identified the dead man as 18-year-old Antonio Martin. A woman who identified herself as Martins mother told reporters that her sons girlfriend gave her a different account of what happened.圣路易斯邮报确定死者是18岁的安东尼奥?马丁一名自称是马丁母亲的妇女对记者说,马丁女朋友的说法跟警察不同。Antonio Martin’s mother said:;She told me they went to the store, they were walking somewhere. They were walking and the police, I guess he started or something and police were shooting.;这位妇女说,马丁的女朋友说,他俩人去商店,在路上走着,马丁有什么举动,警察就开了。来 /201412/350381

I couldn’t ignore the email inviting me to meet the person “with the worst job in global politics He wasn’t a world leader or a central bank governor. His name is Mohammed Mahdi al-Bayati and he’s the minister for human rights in Iraq. What could be more challenging than that?我无法忽视那封邀请我与一位从事“全球政界最差工作”的人会面的电子邮件。他不是哪国的领导人或央行行长。他的名字是穆罕默德#8226;马赫#8226;巴亚Mohammed Mahdi al-Bayati),他是伊拉克的人权部长。还有哪个工作能比这个更有挑战性呢?He has to deal on a daily basis with horrific abuses against his people, ranging from killings to beheadings, from enslavement to torture. The government he works for can’t rely on a properly trained army, military capabilities or good neighbours. And while the minister’s experience in the field may be first hand he was in opposition to a politial opponent of Saddam Hussein and many members of his family had been arrested and tortured his staff and the security forces fighting the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isis ) need training in human rights, and he was in London to ask for help.巴亚提的日常工作就是处理他的人民所受到的种种可怕虐待,范围从屠杀到斩首,从奴役到酷刑。他所务的政府既缺乏受过适当训练的军队,也没有能依赖的军事能力或不错的邻囀?巴亚提曾反对过萨达#8226;侯赛Saddam Hussein)的一个政敌,他的多名家人遭到过逮捕和虐待,因此他在人权领域拥有第一手经验,但他的工作人员和安全部队需要接受人权培训来抵抗“伊拉克和黎凡特伊斯兰国ISIS),于是他来到伦敦寻求帮助。I meet him at a Park Lane hotel and he tells me about the atrocities committed by the jihadis of Isis: the swathes of villages devastated, the churches destroyed, and the more than 3,000 women prisoners from the Yazidi sect taken hostage. “Some of the women were sold for cash, some are being bought by people who give them back to their families, some were made slaves to Isis leaders.”我在公园径的一家酒店里见到了他,他告诉我ISIS的圣战者犯下的暴行:大片村庄陷入混乱,清真寺被毁,雅兹Yazidi)教派的三千多名妇女被劫持为人质。“有些妇女被卖掉,有些人买下她们后将她们送还给她们的家人,有些妇女沦为ISIS头目的奴隶。”The discussion takes an even more worrying turn, however, when we talk about why his country is facing this predicament. He absolves the former government of abuses against Iraq’s Sunni minority, which is widely acknowledged to be one of the factors that allowed Isis to thrive, and also dismisses the number of human rights violations committed by Shia militias as “tiny I leave the hotel thinking that he will still have the most awful job in the world a year from now.然而当我们谈到为什么他的国家会面临这种困境时,谈话转向了更令人担忧的方向。他开脱了前任政府对伊拉克逊尼派少数群体的暴行,而这恰是人们广泛认为令ISIS发展壮大的因素之一,他还将什叶派民兵侵犯人权行为的数量斥为“微不足道”。我离开酒店的时候想,一年后他的工作仍将是全世界最可怕的。I’ve been consulting colleagues in the past week about other examples of thankless political jobs. Here’s the list, including a few that are politically relevant, even if not strictly political.前段时间我一直在与同事们讨论,还有哪些吃力不讨好的政治工作。以下是我们讨论出来的清单,其中有几个工作即使不是严格意义上的政治工作,但也与政治有关. Walter Gwenigale, Liberia’s health minister, ousted last month, probably to his relief. His country has had the highest death toll from Ebola and he’s been the target of mounting criticism.1. 利比里亚卫生部部长沃尔特#8226;格韦尼盖Walter Gwenigale),虽然上月被罢免,但可能是他的解脱。他的国家的埃Ebola)患者死亡人数是最多的,令他成为众矢之的. Ron Patrick, head of recruitment for the US Central Intelligence Agency. This was never an easy job but the scale of torture revealed in last week’s Senate report now makes it much harder. Imagine the grilling he will be receiving from applicants.2. 美国中情局(CIA)招聘部门主管罗恩#8226;帕特里克(Ron Patrick)。这本就不是一份容易的工作,但前不久参议院报告所公布的虐囚规模令这份工作更加艰难。可想而知,他将受到求职者怎样的盘问. Lord Hill, Britain’s EU commissioner for financial services. He has to protect the City of London and promote eurozone integration when the UK is increasingly unpopular in Brussels, and might even be plotting its EU exit.3.英国的欧EU)金融务专员希尔勋爵(Lord Hill)。英国在布鲁塞尔越来越不受待见,且甚至可能在策划退出欧盟,他却依旧得保护伦敦金融城和促进欧元区一体化. Jonathan Blackman, Argentina’s lawyer in the long-running saga with hedge funds. The partner at Cleary Gottlieb Steen amp; Hamilton has fought Argentina’s corner as it defaulted on debt to holdout creditors and has had to contend with occasional surprises from his own client.4.长期与对冲基金抗争的阿根廷律师乔纳森#8226;布莱克曼(Jonathan Blackman)。在阿根廷对“钉子户”债权人违约时,这位佳利律师事务所(Cleary Gottlieb Steen amp; Hamilton)的合伙人一直维护阿根廷的利益,偶尔他还得面对来自他自己客户的“惊喜”. Kim Jong Un’s hair stylist, a job done at great personal risk. The razor sides and high-top style became an export sensation this year after (unconfirmed) reports that North Korean men were ordered to adopt it.5. 金正Kim Jong Un)的发型师,这是一份需要冒着极大个人危险的工作。有报道称(未经实)朝鲜男人被命令剪成金正恩头后,这种将两侧头发剃短、头顶梳高的发型造成了出口轰动. Ashraf Ghani, president of Afghanistan. He spent weeks quarreling with a rival over the dubious results of the June presidential election and it took John Kerry, US secretary of state, to broker a deal that secured him the top job. He may soon regret his victory.6.阿富汗总统阿什拉夫#8226;加尼(Ashraf Ghani)。他与一位竞争对手就6月总统大选的可疑结果争吵了好几个星期,还是在美国国务卿约#8226;克里(John Kerry)的促成下达成一项协议才得以保住他的最高职位。他可能很快会后悔自己的胜利. John Kerry, US secretary of state. Hugely powerful job but relentlessly frustrating, particularly over the past year, in which Mr Kerry’s months-long pursuit of Middle East peace collapsed, as did his peace plans for Syria. Not to mention that the biggest global diplomatic crisis, over Russia’s intervention in Ukraine, is at a dead end while Iraq has imploded.7.美国国务卿约#8226;克里。这份工作拥有巨大的权力,但总是令人受挫,特别是在过去的一年,克里对中东和平长达数月的追求宣告失败,而他对叙利亚的和平计划也是如此。更不用提全球最大的外交危机——俄罗斯对乌克兰的干预——陷入僵局,还有伊拉克局面失控. Staffan de Mistura, the UN special envoy for Syria. His “peace facilitationjob, to which he was appointed in July, is likely to prove as unachievable as the efforts of his predecessors, Kofi Annan and Lakhdar Brahimi.8. 联合UN)秘书长叙利亚事务特使斯塔#8226;德米斯图Staffan de Mistura)。今月他被委以“促进和平”的重任,他很可能无法完成这一任务,就像他的前任科#8226;安南(Kofi Annan)和拉赫达#8226;卜拉希米(Lakhdar Brahimi)一样. Mystery French scooter driver. Again, not a political appointment but Fran#231;ois Hollande’s security guard was a key man in the president’s alleged nocturnal visits to his lover, an actor. The job involved long hours, furtive driving and the arms of the leader of France around his waist.9. 神秘的法国托车司机。这同样不是政治工作,但在弗朗索#8226;奥朗Fran#231;ois Hollande)夜会他所谓的情人——一位演员时,这位总统的保镖扮演了关键角色。该工作需要长时间守候、鬼鬼祟祟的驾驶,腰间还要环绕着法国领导人的胳膊。来 /201501/351619

The top Republican lawmaker on trade has called for US president Barack Obama to work even harder to build support among Democrats for a crucial trade bill on the eve of what are expected to be divisive votes in Congress.分管贸易政策的共和党头号人物呼吁美国总统巴拉#8226;奥巴Barack Obama)加倍努力,争取更多民主党议员持一项关键贸易法案。预计美国国会即将举行的投票将出现势不两立的局面。“We’ve still got a lot of raindrops to run through here without getting splashed,Senator Orrin Hatch, chairman of the powerful Senate finance committee, told the Financial Times.“我们还需要跑过很多雨滴并保不被雨水溅着,”掌握实权的参议院财政委员会(Senate Finance Committee)的主席奥#8226;哈奇(Orrin Hatch)对英囀?金融时报》表示。The Utah Republican is one of the sponsors of a bill unveiled last month that would grant Mr Obama the “fast-trackauthority he needs to wrap up the Trans-Pacific Partnership with Japan and 10 other Pacific Rim economies.这名犹他州共和党参议员上月与人联合发起一项法案,该法案将授予奥巴马“快车道”权限,使其能够与日本和另外10个太平洋周边经济体达成《跨太平洋伙伴关系》(Trans-Pacific Partnership,简称TPP)。If successfully concluded, the TPP, which covers 40 per cent of the global economy, would be the biggest trade deal sealed in the world in two decades.覆盖全球经济40%的TPP若成功达成,将是20年来世界达成的最大贸易协定。The bill to grant the president what is formally known as “trade promotion authorityis expected to come to a Senate vote as soon as this week and to be presented in the lower House of Representatives before the end of May.授予总统“贸易促进权”的法案,预计最早将在本周提交参议院表决,并月底之前提交众议院。It faces stiff opposition from many Democrats who are coming under intense pressure from labour unions to resist Mr Obama’s trade agenda. But Republicans, who control both houses of Congress, insist they need Democratic support to offset defections by some Tea Party Republicans opposed to giving the president anything at all.该法案面临着许多民主党人的强烈反对,他们承受着来自工会的强大压力,要求其抵制奥巴马的贸易议程。但是,控制着国会两院的共和党方面坚称,他们需要民主党议员的持,才能抵消某些茶党派系共和党人的叛变,这些人反对在任何事项上配合奥巴马。Mr Hatch said he and fellow Republican Paul Ryan, chairman of the House ways and means committee, were having some success convincing some Tea Party Republicans. He also praised Mr Obama for taking on his critics in the Democratic party more forcefully in recent weeks.哈奇表示,他和同为共和党人的众议院筹款委员会(House Ways and Means Committee)主席保罗#8226;瑞安(Paul Ryan)在说某些茶党派系共和党议员方面取得了一些进展。他还称赞奥巴马在最近几周更有力地回应党内的批评者。But the president and his Republican allies on the issue still faced a tough fight, Mr Hatch said.但哈奇表示,总统和他的共和党盟友仍然面临一场艰苦的较量。“This is one thing where the president is right and you would think Democrats would help him to have this big victory,the senator said. “It would be the most important victory for the president in his whole eight years.”“这是总统做得对的一件事,你会认为民主党议员会帮助他取得这个大胜利,”这名共和党参议员表示。“这将是他在整整八年总统任期中最重要的胜利。”Democratic opponents “are going to throw bombs in the Senate when we bring it up he said. “[The president has] got to work to get more Democrats on board.”“当我们拿出这项法案时,(民主党对手)将在参议院里扔炸弹,”他表示。“(总统)必须花点功夫,争取更多民主党人持该法案。”Fast-track authority commits Congress to holding simple up-or-down votes on trade agreements rather than seeking to renegotiate them via amendments. It has been held out as a precondition by Japan, New Zealand and other TPP countries to concluding the deal.“快车道”授权要求美国国会就贸易协定举行简单的批准或是否决投票,而不是寻求通过修改来重启谈判。它已被日本、新西兰等国家列为完成TPP谈判的先决条件。The Obama administration wants to wrap up the TPP negotiations before the summer and bring the 12-country agreement itself back to Congress for ratification before the end of the year and the ramping up of 2016 presidential election politics. Mr Obama has been lobbying Democrats more heavily in recent weeks, in public and private. On Thursday he met with almost 30 pro-business Democrats from the House for what one representative called an “advanced graduate student seminar on trade and the politics of trade奥巴马政府希望在夏天之前完成TPP谈判,并在今年底之前(以016年总统大选的政治角力升温之前)将这份12国之间的贸易协定本身提交国会批准。奥巴马最近几周在公开和私下场合都加大了游说民主党人的力度。上周四,他和近30名亲商的民主党众议员汇聚一堂,举行了其中一名众议员所称的“有关贸易和贸易政治的高年级研究生研讨会”。At best, however, there are only 50 to 60 Democrats in the 435-member House who might support granting the president fast-track authority, said Gerry Connolly, a Virginia Democrat.不过,弗吉尼亚州民主党众议员格里#8226;康诺Gerry Connolly)表示,在最好的情况下,435个席位的众议院里也只会有500名民主党众议员可能持给予总统快车道授权。来 /201505/373174

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