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Charlemagne查理曼Russias friends in black俄罗斯的隐形朋友Why Europes populists and radicals admire Vladimir Putin为何欧洲民粹派与激进派皆欣赏普京IF EUROPES far-right parties do as well as many expect in Mays European election, no world leader will be happier than Vladimir Putin. For a man who claims to be defending Russian-speakers in Ukraine against fascists and Nazis, the Russian president has some curious bedfellows on the fringes of European politics, ranging from the creepy uniformed followers of Jobbik in Hungary to the more scrubbed-up National Front in France.倘若在不久的五月欧洲大选上,欧洲右翼党派的表现能如很多人所期望的那样,那么普京应该是最为此而开心的领导人。俄总统曾表示自己会持护卫在乌克兰对峙法西斯和纳粹的俄国民众,他也由此获得几位处于欧洲政治边缘的特殊盟友,包括“为了更好的匈牙利运动”(Jobbik)的团结一致的追随者,和更透明的法国民族阵线。There was a time when Russias friends were principally on the left. There are still some pro-Moscow communists, for instance in Greece. But these days the Kremlins chums are most visible on the populist right. The crisis in Ukraine has brought out their pro-Russian sympathies, most overtly when a motley group of radicals was invited to vouch for Crimeas referendum on rejoining Russia. The “observers” included members of the National Front, Jobbik, the Vlaams Belang in Belgium, Austrias Freedom Party (FPO) and Italys Northern League, as well as leftists from Greece and Germany and an assortment of eccentrics. They declared that the ballot, denounced by most Western governments as illegitimate, had been exemplary.曾一度,俄罗斯的盟友主要为左翼分子。现在部分地区仍有亲俄共产主义者,希腊就是其一。而如今克里姆林宫的密友多属于民粹派。乌克兰危机激起他们的亲俄情绪,且当一大帮混杂的激进分子受邀担保有关克里米亚重返俄罗斯的公投一事时,这种亲俄情绪达到高潮。这些所谓的“观察家”有来自法国民族阵线、“为了更好的匈牙利运动”、比利时弗拉芒利益党、奥地利自由党和意大利北党的,还有希腊与德国的左翼分子及一伙各式各样的奇葩。他们宣言,被多数西方政府谴责为非法的选举早已为典范。So what does Europes far right see in Mr Putin? As nationalists of various stripes, their sympathies might have lain with their Ukrainian fellows fighting to escape Russian influence. In fact, argues Peter Kreko of Political Capital, a Hungarian think-tank, beyond favourable treatment in Russian-sponsored media, many are attracted by Mr Putins muscular assertion of national interests, his emphasis on Christian tradition, his opposition to homosexuality and the way he has brought vital economic sectors under state control. For some, pan-Slavic ideas in eastern Europe play a role. A common th is that many on the far right share Mr Putins hatred for an order dominated by America and the European Union. For Mr Putin, support from the far right offers a second channel for influence in Europe.那么,欧洲极右派究竟从普京身上看出了什么?作为各国的民族主义者,他们对俄的怜悯之心或许是因乌克兰伙伴努力挣脱俄罗斯影响而起。实际上,匈牙利诸葛亮——政治资本研究所的研究主任彼得·科瑞克(Peter Kreko)发表说,多数人持俄罗斯,不止因为受到俄罗斯媒体友好相待,还因为受到普京的鼓舞,他信誓旦旦地表态一切以国家利益为重,强调发扬基督传统美德,反对同性恋,且成功实现国家对重要经济行业的有效控制。对另外一些人而言,东欧的泛斯拉夫主义也起到一定促进作用。当然有一重要连线就是许多人和普京一样憎恶当下由美国和欧盟掌控的格局。对普京而言,有了极右翼分子的持,俄罗斯又多了一种影响欧洲的新途径。The flirtation with Russia first became apparent in eastern Europe some years ago, despite memories of Soviet occupation. Jobbik, which took 20% of the vote in Hungarys recent election, denounced Russian riots in Estonia after the removal of a Soviet war memorial in 2007. But a year later it backed Russias military intervention in Georgia. Far-right parties in Bulgaria and Slovakia also supported Russia. Since then, Russian influence has become apparent in western Europe, too. Marine Le Pen, leader of the National Front, has been given red-carpet treatment in Moscow and even visited Crimea last year. At Decembers congress of Italys Northern League, pro-Putin officials were applauded when they spoke of sharing “common Christian European values”. Among those attending were three nascent allies: Geert Wilders of the Netherlands Party for Freedom, Heinz-Christian Strache of the FPO, and Ludovic de Danne, Ms Le Pens European adviser.最先和俄罗斯套近乎的是东欧地区,发生于数年前,尽管它有过被苏维埃侵占的历史。不久前的匈牙利选举大会上,选民占20%的“为了更好的匈牙利运动”曾在07年当全国已然忘却苏维埃对其的侵占史后,公开谴责俄罗斯在乔治亚州发动的暴乱。然而,一年过后,格鲁吉亚转而赞同俄军事干涉乔治利亚。保加利亚和的极右党同样也持俄罗斯。从此,俄在西欧的影响力也已显露无疑。 法国民族阵线领袖马琳·勒庞(Marine Le Pen)去年已在莫斯科受到红毯待遇,甚至还访问了克米利亚。12月,意大利的北方联盟国会上,当亲普京官员发言共同拥护欧洲基督教价值观时,得阵阵掌声。当时的参会人员为三大新生盟友:荷兰右翼自由党领袖威尔德(Geert Wilders)、奥地利自由党领袖海因茨.斯特拉赫(Heinz-Christian Strache)和马琳·勒庞的欧洲顾问Ludovic de Danne(没查到译名)。For Mr de Danne the parties share an aversion to the euro and, more widely, to the EUs federalist dream. They oppose globalisation and favour protectionism. They seek a “Europe of homelands”, stretching from Lisbon to Vladivostok. As for Ukraine, he calls the revolution in Kiev “illegitimate” and says the referendum in Crimea was justified by the pro-Russian sentiment of the Crimean population. By attaching themselves to the EU and America, Ukraines new rulers expose their country to IMF oppression and the pillage of its natural resources. Such dalliance with Mr Putin may create trouble for Mr Wilders, who sees the EU as a monster but is a strong supporter of gay rights. According to Mr de Danne, the Eurosceptic alliance has agreed to co-ordinate only on internal EU matters, not international affairs.在(Mr de Danne)看来,这些党派均憎恶欧元,或说得更广些,均不认同欧盟未来的联邦蓝图。他们反对全球主义,持保护主义。他们在寻找“欧洲家园”,该版图横跨里斯本至符拉迪沃斯托克(俄罗斯一城市)。至于乌克兰,他称的基辅革命(乌克兰共和国首都)是非法的,克里米亚的公投因本国的亲俄情感是合理公正的。乌克兰新任领导人亲附欧盟与美国,实质上是置本国于国际货币基金组织压迫之下,置国内自然资源于遭掠夺境地。如此与普京拉近关系,之后或许会给那位视欧盟为禽兽却大赞同性恋关系威尔德(Mr Wilders)带来诸多麻烦。据(Mr de Danne)透露,反欧联盟已达成协议,仅就欧盟内部事务展开合作,国际事务不在合作范围之内。A degree of admiration for Mr Putin also stretches to Britains UK Independence Party (UKIP). It sees Ms Le Pen and Mr Wilders as too tainted by racism and is parting ways with the Northern League. But UKIPs leader, Nigel Farage, while insisting he dislikes Mr Putins methods, thinks the Russian leader has skilfully wrong-footed America and Europe. The EU, he declared in a televised debate, “has blood on its hands” for raising Ukraines hopes of EU membership and provoking Mr Putin. Mr Farages critique is perhaps a way of attacking the EUs enlargement policy, which is now linked by many to immigration. Yet it is also an implicit admission that the club remains attractive to those outside it.追捧普京热潮已袭至英国独立党(UKIP)。它认为马琳·勒庞 and 威尔德已被民族主义冲昏头脑,正和北方联盟分道扬镳。英国独立党领袖奈杰尔·法拉奇(Nigel Farage)尽管不认同普京的处事方法,但仍觉得这位俄罗斯总统巧妙地将美国和欧盟打得措手不及。一次,他在电视辩论上曾批判欧盟“双手沾满血腥味儿”,因为是它挑起俄米争端进而引发战争,是它鼓吹乌克兰心生独立入欧的想法并迫害普京。奈杰尔·法拉奇如此批判欧盟,或许意在攻击欧盟的扩张策略,这种策略现多和移民相关联。然而,无可否认的是,正如城外人总是想往城内挤,许多非欧盟成员仍是热切希望加入该组织。Hello, Comrade你好,战友Mr Putin is too clever to rely only on Europes insurgent parties, successful as some may be. So as well as cultivating anti-establishment groups, he has worked to entice national elites. While Jobbik advocates closer economic relations with the east, Hungarys Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, is aly doing it. A veteran of the struggle against communism, embodying the catchphrase “Goodbye, Comrade”, Mr Orban recently signed a deal with Russia to expand a nuclear-power plant, financed by a 10 billion ( billion) Russian loan. He has sought to weaken European sanctions against Russia. In Italy the Northern Leagues leader, Matteo Salvini, may shout “viva the referendum in Crimea”, but Matteo Renzi, the centre-left prime minister, has also been assiduous in resisting tough sanctions.虽然单靠欧洲那些叛党,普京或许就能实现自己的目标,但他非常精明,在这过程中还动用了其它力量。一方面鼓吹建立反欧盟组织,另一方面还诱使国家精英为其所用。尽管还在提议加强与东欧的经济联系,匈牙利总理维克多·奥班(Viktor Orban)早已将其付诸实践。维克多·奥班驰骋打倒共产主义战场多年,充分阐述了“再见,战友”这一短语。近期,他与俄签署了扩建核发电站的协议,将得到俄100亿英镑(140亿美元)的经济援助。他竭力削减欧盟对俄罗斯的国际制裁。意大利北方联盟领袖马特奥·萨利维尼(Matteo Salvini)也许会呼喊“克米利亚公投万岁”,但中左翼总理马特奥·兰奇(Matteo Renzi)也在奋力抵制严格的国际制裁。Anti-EU parties will no doubt become stronger and noisier, but they lack the numbers and the cohesion fundamentally to change EU business in the European Parliament. Their effect will be more subtle. They may force mainstream parties in the parliament into more backroom deals, deepening the EUs democratic deficit. Their agitation is more likely to influence national politics and to push governments into more Eurosceptic positions. And they will provide an echo chamber for Mr Putin, making it harder still for the Europeans to come up with a firm and united response to Mr Putins military challenge to the post-war order in Europe. There is more at stake in May than a protest vote.反欧各党必然会逐日强大,反对声音也会日渐加大,但他们的盟友太少,且眼下缺少彻底改变欧盟大事在欧洲议会地位的凝聚力。但,他们也将产生更微妙的影响力。他们或许能够迫使议会主要党派进行黑箱操作,加重欧盟民主危机。而且,他们这种不满情绪很可能会波及各国政治,诱导各政府开始反欧。与此同时,他们还会提供普京“回音室”,这样使得欧洲更难坚定一致地对抗普京敢于改变欧洲格局的军事行动。五月,不仅仅只是抗议投票遭遇重重危机。翻译:徐珍 校对:王颖 译文属译生译世 /201509/399400

I was about to pull up my trousers,an old ingrained habit.Going by 50 years.我正打算把裤子提上来 是个老习惯了 都有50多年了Before you sit down,you pull up your trousers.You cant do it in these kinds of Jeans.坐下之前 提一下裤子 但穿这种牛仔裤不能这么做Are those jeggings by any chance?I dont know what jeggings are.Oh,man.Its like,they are very,这是打底紧身裤吗 我不知道那是什么 天呐 这就像I wore them once on the show and the audience,yeah,thats them,Jean leggings.thats jeggings.I see.No,these are authentic Jeans.我有次在节目上穿来着 观众们 就是这个 牛仔打底裤 懂了 不 这是真正的牛仔裤I wouldnt be seen dead in,but you did it because youre a man and you can get away with it.exactly.我死也不会穿那个 但是你能穿 因为你是个汉子 穿着没关系 完全正确Thats the meanest thing anyone ever said to me.这是别人对我说过的最刻薄的话Hey,I want to,first of all,congratulate you,since the last time I saw you,you became knighted.Congratulations.首先 我想祝贺你 自从我上次见你以后 你被封爵了 恭喜I now takes you as sir.which its got to change your life.You cant fly coach.我现在应该称你为爵士 这肯定会改变你的生活 你不能坐二等舱了You cant use public restrooms,exactly.This is a big deal.你不能上公厕了 没错 这是件大事Its a big deal.Its a big deal for me because it was totally unexpected.确实是件大事 对我来说是件大事 因为我完全没料到And it almost didnt happen because it came the invitation to accept or not this honor这事差点没成 因为接受或拒绝这份荣誉的信件came in a brown envelope and it was put into a plastic shopping bag with a whole lot of other mail寄来时装在棕色的信封中 放在了购物塑料袋里 里面有一大堆其他邮件and when I arrived at my destination that weekend,I put it in the closet and found it 10 days later.当我那周末到达目的地以后 我把它放在了壁橱里 十天后才发现的Wait a minute.First of all,I cant believe thats how they notify you等等 首先我不敢相信他们是这样通知你的In England that youre going to be knighted,that it just goes out with junk mail,you know.and then you almost didnt open it.在英国 如果你要被封爵 信件是和垃圾邮件一起寄来的 你知道吗 而且你差点没有拆开Except it does not have written across it.Free,final offer.但是那封信上没有写 免费 最后一次机会201609/466760

Alarms are going off. People are checking gauges, trying to determine whats wrong.Were in a large simulator of a nuclear reactor control room at the DTE Energy Fermi 2 power plant on Lake Erie near Monroe. Employees are being trained to deal with just about any foreseeable problem a nuclear power plant might face.The Nuclear Regulatory Commission approved permits for building another nuclear reactor which would be called Fermi 3. Despite the government approval, DTE Energy spokesman Guy Cerullo says nothing is definite.;We have the license and thats a great option to have for the future. There are several factors that would play into whether or not we build and if and when at what point we would build the plant,; Cerullo explained.Those factors include things such as the price of coal and natural gas, the customer energy demand, the cost of building the plant, and government regulations on carbon emissions. A nuclear plant emits no greenhouse gases.The cost of building a nuclear plant is a huge factor. And the exact price is not clear.;We do not have a cost estimate at this point,; Cerullo said.Based on the price of other recent nuclear power plants in the U.S., its been estimated by others that Fermi 3 might cost billion. However, nuclear power plants almost always go over budget. Fermi 2 ended up costing three times the original estimate.Critics say building Fermi 3 would be a huge gamble amounting to billions that DTE ratepayers would have to pay.Jeff Alson is an environmental engineer and a member of the Alliance to Halt Fermi 3.;Regardless of what you think about all the health and safety issues – which concern me, but people have different opinions about those – but the economics of nuclear power have been such a disaster,; Alson said.With the electricity market changing so quickly, shifting from coal to natural gas, the increased use of wind and solar power, and the developing technologies to store energy, DTE should talk to its ratepayers about what kind of energy they want to pay for in the future.;DTE and the other big utilities are kind of that last vestige of the 1950s kind of corporate structure where they know whats best for everybody and they dont care what their customers think. I just feel like DTE needs to come clean and talk to the public about this choice,; Alson said.An analyst of energy in the Midwest, Sam Gomberg with Unions of Concerned Scientists agrees theres plenty to be concerned about.;Theres a tremendous amount of risk around building a nuclear plant,; Gomberg said in a phone interview.He says that risk goes beyond the chance of a meltdown or not having anywhere to permanently store spent nuclear fuel.;This is a 10-year project minimum that were looking at before this thing might come on line. And what is the world going to look like in 10 years? And in 10 years when youre about to flip the switch on that nuclear reactor, are you going to look around you and say, ‘Eh, I wish I would have done something different,; Gomberg suggested.Officials at DTE say theyre aware of the risks. Guy Cerullo says Fermi 3 is just a nice option to have.;Right now, we will not be building Fermi 3. Natural gas generation is the best baseload option out there right now and renewables as well as a supplementary mode of generation for customers,; Cerullo said.Adding up the solar and wind DTE currently generates in Michigan and the wind power it buys from outside sources, renewable energy is 10% of its energy portfolio.201507/386501


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