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新疆维吾尔医医院治疗痘坑多少钱喀什脸部激光美白多少钱US, Iraq Agreement Hits Snag, but Talks to Proceed美伊谈判陷僵局 为达协议仍努力   Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki said Friday initial efforts to reach agreement with the ed States on the future of the U.S. troop presence have reached "a dead end," and negotiators are working on new approaches. 伊拉克总理马利基星期五表示,伊拉克与美国之间就双方下一步军事合作的具体内容所进行的谈判陷入僵局。马利基表示,双方目前都正在努力,力争通过新的途径,突破眼下的“僵局”,希望就美国驻伊拉克部队的前景等问题,达成协议。Prime Minister Maliki got a lot of attention when he made his "dead end" comment Friday during a visit to Jordan.  伊拉克总理马利基星期五在访问约旦期间提到的“僵局”引起广泛关注。The prime minister said there were several points of conflict between initial drafts drawn up by U.S. and Iraqi negotiators, so they put those drafts aside and are submitting new ideas. He said any agreement will have to "assert the sovereignty of Iraq." 他说:“美国和伊拉克的提案当中有一些矛盾,所以现在大家都把最初的提案搁置一边,提出新的建议。他说,美国和伊拉克之间的任何协议都必须体现伊拉克行使主权。”According to Pentagon Spokesman Bryan Whitman, that is not a problem.  美国国防部发言人惠特曼表示,对美方来说,这不是问题。"The first [principle] is full respect for Iraqi sovereignty. There isn't going to be any sort of an agreement that infringes upon Iraq's sovereignty. The second principle is that the agreements must be fully transparent. There won't be any secret deals. The agreements that we have with Iraq will be public agreements," said Whitman. 他说,“首要原则就是充分尊重伊拉克的主权,我们不会达成任何侵犯伊拉克主权的协议。第二个原则是,双方间的协议一定要完全透明,不含有任何秘密交易,我们和伊拉克之间达成的协议将是全部公开的。”The U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, Ryan Crocker, has made the same point, as have other U.S. officials. 美国驻伊拉克大使克罗克以及其他美国官员,此前也都阐述过同样的要点。Analyst Colin Kahl at the Center for a New American Security says the Iraqi objections generally fall into two categories. [美国新一代防卫研究中心]的分析员科伦·卡尔说,伊拉克对美方的提案怀有反对意见,主要是出于两方面的考虑。"Part of it is creating a veneer of objection to, kind of, defend the Maliki government against nationalist opponents who criticize the agreement. But part of it is genuine. I mean I do think that the Iraqis were shocked by American elements, at least what we know, [that were] in the draft agreement," said Kahl. 他说,“这其中一部分原因是他们想要形成一种反对意见,目的其实是为了保护马利基政府,抵抗民族主义的反对派、这些人批评这项协议。但是另一方面,伊拉克政府持有的反对意见也有实在的原因;他们的确对美方拿出的方案中就我们所知包含的一些内容,感到震惊,认为不能接受。”Kahl says those provisions include U.S. military operations without Iraqi permission, total control of Iraqi airspace, permission for U.S. operations across Iraq's borders into other countries, the continued detention of thousands of Iraqis and legal immunity not only for U.S. troops but for their contractors as well. Kahl says some of those issues can be solved through an agreement that requires consultation, coordination and even approval by Iraq, but that in practice gives U.S. forces the freedom of action they need in the current situation. He says some Iraqi leaders even want broad security guarantees that the ed States is not willing to provide.  卡尔介绍说,让伊拉克方面感到震惊、认为不能接受的提案内容,包括美军可以在不经伊拉克授权的情况下,展开军事行动、并拥有伊拉克的制空权,而且可以被允许跨越伊拉克边界,到其他国家去展开军事行动。另一方面,驻伊美军将继续关押数千名伊拉克人,而且不光是驻伊美军,包括和美军以合同方式在伊拉克工作的那些人,也都不受当地法律的追究。卡尔表示,这些问题当中,有一些是可以通过协商来解决的,最终要通过双方的合作、还有伊拉克的同意才行得通;美方之所以提出这些要求,是因为部队方面在行动的过程中,确实需要有一定的灵活性,来应对目前的情势。他进而补充说,实际上,一些伊拉克领导人甚至希望美国能够为伊拉克提供广泛的安全保障,但是美方并不愿意这么做。The analyst says U.S. and Iraqi leaders agree on the need to stabilize Iraq and to counter Iranian influence. He says key Iraqi leaders want to get as much as they can in any agreement, but do want the negotiations to succeed eventually. [新一代美国防卫研究中心]的卡尔分析员表示,美国和伊拉克都同意,伊拉克需要稳定,需要对抗伊朗的影响。他说,伊拉克领导层一些关键人物希望在与美方达成协议的过程中,获得尽可能多的利益,但是归根结底,他们确实是希望与美国之间达成协议。"One fundamental thing has not changed. The people closest to Nouri al-Maliki still want an agreement. They want a long term relationship with the ed States because certainly there must be some officials who think, 'Hey, now that we've done a great job in Basra, Sadr City and elsewhere, now we can do this all by ourselves.' But it just strikes me that it wouldn't take too much convincing to show them that that's not actually right," he added. 他说,“最基本的一点没有改变,那就是,马利基身边的亲信都希望能和美国之间达成协议,希望和美国之间达成长期合作的关系;但是也有一些官员认为,既然我们能够在巴士拉、萨德尔城以及其他一些地方取得显著的成绩,一切由我们自己来操作就可以了。但是我认为,不用费很多力气,就可以表明,实际上情况并非如此。”Speaking at the ed Nations in New York Friday, Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said Iraq is serious about asserting its sovereignty, but he also appeared to confirm Colin Kahl's analysis on both the negotiating tactics and the Iraqi desire to reach an agreement. 伊拉克外长泽巴里星期五在纽约联合国总部发表讲话说,伊拉克非常注重行使主权,但是他似乎也实了卡尔对双方谈判策略的分析, 并实伊拉克领导人希望达成协议。"The government is committed, really, to conclude this negotiation, to reach a final text. Still we are not there. There are difficulties. I mean, let's not belittle this. There is bound to be statement, counter-statement, positions and so on. This might be part of the negotiating tactic also," said Zebari. 他说,“伊拉克政府致力于让协商产生结果,产生一个最终的方案。目前遇到了一些困难。还没有谈成。我们不应该小看这些困难。我们之间肯定会经过你来我往这么一个阶段,或许这正是一种谈判策略。”Minister Zebari, who is a member of the Iraqi negotiating team, said the ed States had aly presented some alternate proposals before he left Baghdad on this trip.  泽巴里本人是伊拉克代表团的成员。他说,在他离开巴格达赶赴联合国之前,美方已经提出了一些替代方案。There are actually two accords being negotiated - a Strategic Framework Agreement to outline the long term U.S.-Iraqi security relationship, and a Status of Forces Agreement to establish the legal status of U.S. troops in Iraq. The ed States has about 80 Status of Forces Agreements with countries around the world. 美国与伊拉克正在谈判的实际上是两项协议,一项是阐明美国与伊拉克之间长期安全合作夥伴关系的“战略框架协议”,另一项是将美国驻伊拉克军队的法律地位的“驻军协议”。美国在全球各地迄今为止已经签署的“驻军协议”有80多个。Earlier, in Brussels, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates indicated he also sees the current impasse as possibly temporary."I will have to, when I get home, find out what the status of the negotiations is and whether there's a difference between what's actually going on in the negotiations and the public posture," said Gates.The negotiators' goal is to develop bi-lateral agreements to replace the ed Nations mandate for foreign troops in Iraq, which expires at the end of the year. But Colin Kahn says that is not absolutely necessary. He says if there is no agreement in the next couple of months, the Iraqi government may decide to wait for a new administration to take power in the ed States in January, and to seek a temporary renewal of the U.N. resolution in the meantime.  但是分析人士卡尔表示,美国和伊拉克的协议并不是绝对必要的。他说,假如不能在今后两个月达成最后协议的话,伊拉克政府或许会决定等到明年一月,美国新政府就职以后再说了。在那之前,伊拉克可以请联合国暂时延长国际部队驻扎伊拉克的授权。200806/42135新疆医科大学第一附属医院治疗狐臭多少钱 14第十四单元Conversation 1会话 1A:Its so earlier this morning,Mr. Li! You just came back yesterday, you should have rest much more.A:李先生今天这么早啊!你昨天才刚回来,你应该多多休息。B:Id like to have rest,but I have many things to do.B:我也想休息,但还有很多事情等着我去做。A:How about this post-trip?A:这次业务旅行怎么样?B:Its very good,and the result isnt too bad.B:很好,而且效果还不错。A:Really?A:是吗?B:Of course. I will write a report about this post-trip,and then youd better type it at the moment,OK?B:那当然,我一会儿就要写一份这次出差的报告,然后你 马上给我打出来,行吗?A:OK,Its no problem.A:行,肯定没问题。B:Miss Liu. Are you typing my report?B:刘,你是在打我的那份报告吗?A:Yes,what can I do for you?A:是的,有什么问题吗?B:Nothing. I just tell you take care of it when you type. Especially the address and telephone number of those new guests. You should make sure that its no mistaken.B:我只是想嘱咐你打的时候一定要细心,特别是那些新 客户的地址和电话。确保它们不能出错。A:OK,please dont worry about it. You should set your mind at rest.A:不用担心,你就放心好了。Oh I know you are great secretary.B:哈 我知道你是一个好秘书。A:Thanks your flatter.A:多谢夸奖。Conversation 2会话 2A:Mr. Li,the report has been finished.A:李先生,报告已经打完了。B:So fast! Thank you.B:这么快,谢谢!A:Youre welcome. This is my duty. Anything else?A:不客气,这是我应该做的,还有其他事吗?B:Yes, youd print out the address and telephone number of those guests from your computer,and then send those materials to each business worker.B:有,你把刚才录人电脑里的新客户的地址和电话都打 出来,然后把这些资料分别发给业务员们。A:OK,Ill do it right now.A:好的,我马上做。B:By the way,to tell them try to persuade those new guests to cooperate with us. Because I found a biggest opponent from this post-trip.B:顺便告诉业务员们一定要尽最大的努力说这些新客 户和我们合作。因为这次出差,我发现了一个最大的竞争对手。A:Yes,l get It.A:好的,我明白。B:OK,Its no anything. 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库尔勒副乳切除多少钱McCain, Obama Clash Over Iraq Troop Surge美国总统候选人辩论对伊增兵战略 The presumed Republican presidential nominee, Senator John McCain, continues to accuse his Democratic rival of advocating a defeatist U.S. policy for Iraq. The verbal salvo follows the conclusion of Senator Barack Obama's weeklong foreign trip that included stops in Iraq and Afghanistan. 即将获得美国共和党总统候选人提名的麦凯恩参议员继续指责他的民主党对手宣扬美国在伊拉克的失败主义政策。在麦凯恩发起这场口头攻击前,奥巴马参议员刚刚结束了为期一周的海外之行,包括对伊拉克和阿富汗的访问。Senator Obama has long advocated a timetable for pulling U.S. troops out of Iraq, as well as a boost in American forces deployed to Afghanistan.  奥巴马参议员一直主张为美军从伊拉克撤退制定时间表,并且在阿富汗部署更多的美国部队。During his trip, the presumed Democratic presidential nominee was clearly heartened by Iraqi government statements endorsing the concept of withdrawing U.S. troops by 2010, as well as statements by the Bush administration on the need to focus more attention on the deteriorating security situation in Afghanistan. 在奥巴马出国访问期间,伊拉克政府发表声明,持美国在2010年之前撤军的想法,而布什政府也说,需要把更多注意力集中在阿富汗日益恶化的安全局势上。显然,这些发展都令奥巴马感到鼓舞。But if events of the last week appeared to favor the Obama message on Iraq and Afghanistan, his likely Republican opponent is drawing attention to Obama's opposition to last year's troop surge in Iraq, believed by many to have contributed greatly to the current low levels of violence in the country. 不过,如果说上周发生的事情似乎对奥巴马在伊拉克和阿富汗问题上的立场有利,那么奥巴马的共和党对手麦凯恩则让人们注意到,奥巴马曾反对去年施行的伊拉克增兵战略。许多人认为,这一战略在很大程度上导致了伊拉克目前较低的暴力水平。Speaking on A's This Week program, McCain accused Obama of taking a politically expedient position on Iraq that would have put America's entire mission in jeopardy. 麦凯恩在美国广播公司“本周”节目上指责奥巴马在伊拉克问题上采取的立场是出于政治利弊的权宜之计,并说这将会危及美国在伊拉克的整个使命。"He [Obama] does not understand what is at stake here," said John McCain. "And he chose to take a political path that helped him get the nomination of his party. I took a path [in backing the surge] that I knew was unpopular, because I knew we had to win in Iraq. And we are winning in Iraq. And if we had done what Senator Obama wanted done, it would have been chaos, genocide, increased Iranian influence, and perhaps al-Qaida establishing a base again [in Iraq]." 他说:“奥巴马并不明白这里的利益关系。他选择的政治途径是为了帮助他获得民主党提名。而我走了一条不受欢迎的路,那就是持增兵战略,因为我知道我们必须在伊拉克取得胜利。我们也正在取得胜利。如果我们按照奥巴马参议员所希望的那么做,那么伊拉克早就陷入混乱、种族清洗之中了,伊朗在那里的影响力也会加大,可能连基地组织都已经在伊拉克重新建立了基地。”For Obama, the important question is not whether the surge was a good idea, but how best to deploy America's limited military and financial resources going forward, given what he considers an ill-advised U.S. decision to invade Iraq in 2003. The senator spoke on N's Meet The Press program. 对于奥巴马来说,问题的关键不在于增兵战略是不是一个好主意。他认为,美国在2003年入侵伊拉克是一个错误的决定,因此最重要的问题是如何才能最好地部署美国有限的兵力和财力。奥巴马在美国全国广播公司“面对媒体”节目上说:"There is no doubt, and I have said this repeatedly, that our troops [in Iraq] make a difference," said Barack Obama. "My job as the next commander-in-chief is going to be [to] make a decision: what is the right war to fight and how do we fight it? And I think we should have been focused on Afghanistan from the start. We should have finished that job. We have not. But we now have the opportunity, moving forward, to begin a phased redeployment [from Iraq] and make sure we are finishing the job in Afghanistan." “我已经说过很多次了,毫无疑问,我们的部队在伊拉克是发挥了作用的。而作为下一任军队统帅,我的任务是作出一个决定,那就是:什么样的战争是该打的,以及我们要怎样去打?我认为,我们从一开始的时候就应该集中精力处理阿富汗问题。我们应当先完成在阿富汗的任务。然而我们并没有完成。不过,我们现在有这个机会继续前进,开始逐步把在在伊拉克的军力重新部署,以确保我们完成在阿富汗的作战任务。”U.S. public opinion surveys show a tight race between the two presidential contenders, with most Americans rating economic issues as their top concerns. 美国的民意调查结果显示,这两位总统候选人实力接近,难分伯仲,而大多数美国人把经济问题列为他们最关心的问题。200807/44981北屯市做韩式开眼角哪家好 库尔勒光子脱毛多少钱

乌鲁木齐祛痣去哪个医院比较好gory details ———— 可怕的细节英文释义 Unpleasant, sickening descriptions; usually involving serious, bloody injuries.例句 I turned off the radio because I dont want to hear all the gory details about todays terrible railroad accident.我关掉收音机,因为我不想听有关今天可怕的铁路事故的血淋淋细节。 /201607/451630 World Economy Heading into Major Slowdown, says IMFIMF:世界经济增长会显著下降 The International Monetary Fund anticipates sharply lower world growth because of the financial crisis rippling across the globe. The IMF, however, does not anticipate a repeat of the global depression of the 1930s.国际货币基金组织预计,由于金融危机扩展到全球,世界经济的增长将会显著下降。不过,该组织并不预期类似20世纪30年代全球性的经济大萧条会再现。IMF chief economist Olivier Blanchard says the financial crisis will significantly slow global growth during the next year. Speaking at the start of the Washington annual meeting of the IMF and World Bank, Blanchard said the crisis is having its severest impact in advanced economies.国际货币基金组织的首席经济学家布兰查德说,金融危机将严重减缓全球经济明年的增长。在国际货币基金组织和世界的华盛顿年会即将开始之际发表讲话时,布兰查德说,这次危机对发达经济体的影响最为严重。"We predict that growth in advanced countries will be close to zero, or even negative, until at least the middle of , with a slow recovery until the rest of the year," he said.他说:“我们预计,发达国家的增长至少到年年中都将会接近于零,甚至是负增长。在年余下的时间里会出现缓慢的复苏。”Blanchard, a French economist and professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, says world growth has been sustained by robust growth in China and India. But, he says emerging markets will soon feel the effects of the financial crisis, as well.来自法国的经济学家并在麻省理工学院担任教授的布兰查德说,中国和印度强劲的增长维持了世界经济的增长,但是他说,新兴市场很快也会感到这次金融危机带来的影响。"All, or nearly all [emerging economies], will suffer from lower exports to advanced economies, and this will slow down their growth," he said. "Most will suffer from more expensive foreign credit. We are aly seeing this happen."他说:“所有或是几乎所有的新兴经济体都将因为对发达经济体的出口减少而受到损害,而这将会减缓它们本身的经济增长。大多数新兴经济体会受到更高的外国信贷成本的影响。我们已经看到这种情况的发生。”In preparing its forecast, the International Monetary Fund assumed coordinated action by the Americans, Europeans and Japanese to stimulate growth and avoid a global downturn. The Fund says, after safeguarding financial institutions, governments should use fiscal policy to put more money into the hands of consumers. 在准备它的增长预测的时候,国际货币基金组织假定美国、欧洲和日本会采取协调一致的行动来刺激增长以及避免一个全球性的经济下滑。该组织说,在金融机构的安全得到保障之后,各国政府应该使用财政政策来把更多的钱放到消费者的手中。IMF economists applaud Wednesday's action by major central banks acting in concert to cut interest rates, a move intended to boost consumer demand by making the cost of credit cheaper. This followed a series of measures taken in recent days to ease the credit crunch, but stock markets have continued to fall amid concerns about global recession.国际货币基金组织的经济学家对几大中央星期三一致采取行动削减利率的举动表示赞赏。这一举措是为了通过降低信贷成本而促进消费需求。这是在最近几天采取一系列措施来缓解信贷紧缩之后采取的又一举动。Blanchard says the financial shock that first shook banking institutions has sp to businesses and consumers.布兰查德说,最先震撼业的金融震荡已经扩展到商业和消费者身上。"Now, consumers and firms have weathered the recent oil and commodity price increases surprisingly well," said Blanchard. "Consumption and investment demand remain quite strong. But, what we see now is that demand is falling very sharply."他说:“现在消费者和公司已经惊人地安然渡过了最近的石油和消费品价格上涨带来的冲击。消费和投资需求仍然相当强劲。但是,我们现在却看到,这种需求正在急剧减少。”Blanchard and his IMF colleagues say there is no chance of a repeat of the global depression of the 1930s, because the lessons of that painful decade have been learned. Foremost among them is that consumer demand must be maintained, so that economic activity does not spiral downward amid corporate failures and steeply rising unemployment.布兰查德和他在国际货币基金组织的同事说,20世纪30年代的全球性经济大萧条的情况不会再次发生,这是因为我们吸取了那痛苦的10年所带来的经验教训。其中最重要的就是必须维持消费者需求,这样经济活动不会在公司倒闭以及急剧上升的失业风潮中出现螺旋式的快速下滑。200810/52431新疆医科大学附属医院去痘多少钱吐鲁番市去痤疮多少钱

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