头号大国一场豪赌失利,开始从驻伊拉克15个基地撤军!

头号大国一场豪赌失利,开始从驻伊拉克15个基地撤军!
原标题:头号大国一场豪赌失利,开始从驻伊拉克15个基地撤军! 由于前段时间,美国在中东进行了一场豪赌,美军在伊拉克首都巴格达的机场派出MQ-9收割者无人机袭杀伊朗高级将领苏莱曼尼和伊拉克指挥官阿布·马赫迪·穆罕迪斯。可以说,美国恐袭巴格达机场致伊朗高级指挥官死亡可再次点燃了中东“火药桶”,将中东地区紧张局势提升到了前所未有的境地。伊拉克什叶派民兵武装“人民动员组织”发言人通过全球,因为这两位重要指挥官丧生,他们要让“死敌美国和以色列需要为两位指挥官的死负责”。 事后,愤怒的伊拉克人开始反击,美国驻伊拉克大使馆遭到几千人的围攻,抗议者最终闯入了使馆,在进行了打砸和火烧后撤退。美国外交官们在秘密安全屋中藏了一天一夜,才躲过这一劫。由于此事使得美国和伊拉克之间的关系再次陷入紧张状态,伊拉克看守政府总理阿迪勒·阿卜杜勒—迈赫迪也表示,将由下届政府落实伊拉克议会要求美军撤离的决定。 据了解,美国目前在伊拉克驻军超过5000人,伊拉克议会随后投票表决,决定要求美军撤离伊拉克。阿卜杜勒—迈赫迪要求美国国务卿迈克·蓬佩奥制定美军撤离计划,但遭美方断然拒绝,称双方应该讨论如何重置两国关系。 事实上,美国也想从中东伊拉克这个泥潭中走出来,6月11号,美国与伊拉克政府举行战略对话并发表联合声明说,美国将在未来数月减少驻伊美军规模。此前,据彭博社援引天空新闻报道,美军开始从驻伊拉克的15个基地撤军,此外,伊拉克议会安全和防务委员会委员也向媒体透露,法国、德国和澳大利亚已要求伊拉克联合行动司令部,制定具体的撤军时间表。

Over 100 economists urge U.S. Congress to pass another multifaceted COVID-19 relief bill_1

Over 100 economists urge U.S. Congress to pass another multifaceted COVID-19 relief bill
More than 100 economists on Tuesday urged U.S. Congress to immediately pass a “multifaceted relief bill of a magnitude commensurate with the challenges our economy faces” as the COVID-19 fallout continues to ripple through the country.”The novel coronavirus outbreak has unleashed a recession that is unprecedented in the speed and severity of its decline. Since February, 1 in 5 workers has applied for unemployment benefits,” the economists said in a statement to congressional leaders released by the Washington Center for Equitable Growth.”These parallel health and economic crises are especially damaging to many communities of color in the United States. Black, Latinx and Native American families are bearing a greater share of COVID-19 deaths and also face higher rates of unemployment than their White counterparts,” the statement said.While policymakers in Congress and the Federal Reserve responded to this crisis with unprecedented levels of economic support for those affected, more needs to be done, noted the economists, led by former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, Washington Center for Equitable Growth CEO Heather Boushey and Cecilia Rouse, dean of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.”If Congress fails to act, state and local governments face potentially disastrous budget shortfalls, and the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimates the unemployment rate will likely be more than 11 percent at the end of the year,” they warned, adding “insufficiently bold congressional policy responses to the Great Recession” unnecessarily prolonged suffering and stunted economic growth.The economists urged Congress to pass another COVID-19 relief bill by this summer, which should at least provide “continued support for the unemployed, new assistance to states and localities, investments in programs that preserve the employer-employee relationship, and additional aid to stabilize aggregate demand.””We all agree that an adequate response must be large, commensurate with the nearly 16 trillion dollar nominal output gap our economy faces over the next decade, according to CBO estimates,” said the economists.The statement is endorsed by more than 100 scholars, including two former chairs of the Federal Reserve, three former chairs of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, and two Nobel laureates, among others.The U.S. National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) confirmed last week that the U.S. economy officially entered a recession in February, ending the longest expansion in U.S. history.”The unprecedented magnitude of the decline in employment and production, and its broad reach across the entire economy, warrants the designation of this episode as a recession, even if it turns out to be briefer than earlier contractions,” said the NBER, an association of the nation’s top economic researchers.The U.S. economy contracted at an annual rate of 5 percent in the first quarter this year, according to the Commerce Department. That figure, however, still does not fully capture COVID-19’s economic damage, and many analysts believe that the decline in the second quarter is expected to be much deeper.

今日财经数据前瞻:美国发布5月新屋开工年化月率和营建许可月率 _ 东方财富网

今日财经数据前瞻:美国发布5月新屋开工年化月率和营建许可月率 _ 东方财富网
原标题:今天财经数据前瞻:美国发布5月新屋开工年化月率和营建答应月率   今天重视美国5月新屋开工年化月率、营建答应月率。   数据方面,美国到6月12日当周API原油库存改变,库存的数目影响了可以对通货膨胀和其他经济影响力形成影响的制品油的价格。而原油和制品油价格都会对美国这个该产品的严重消费国经济发生重要影响。   欧元区5月未季调CPI年率终值,顾客物价是全体通胀的最主要部分。通胀对钱银估值很重要,因上升的物价将令央行为操控通胀方针而上调利率。   美国5月新屋开工年化月率,为经济健康与否的抢先目标,因其有广泛的影响。例如,为修建工人及检查人员供给工作岗位,而且修建商供给不同的修建服务   美国5月营建答应月率,营建答应是一项抢先目标,预示未来房地产修建行业的运转方向。若营建答应添加,预示未来房产商场活泼,对美元有利。   美国到6月12日当周EIA原油库存改变,库存的增减,会影响到原油价格,进而对加元发生影响,因加拿大原油出口占经济比严重。影响大于美国石油学会(API)的每周原油库存改变。

印度如何对登月这么执着,每年支付大笔预算,可终究还是一个笑话

印度如何对登月这么执着,每年支付大笔预算,可终究还是一个笑话
原标题:印度如何对登月这么执着,每年支付大笔预算,可终究还是一个笑话 月船二号探测器 印度一个与众不同的地方,作为一个地区性大国的印度,其航天技术算是印度工业为数不多的可圈可点之处,是全球不到10个能够独立发射人造地球卫星的国家之一。尽管如此,印度雄心勃勃的登月计划还是失败了。印度在2008年成功发射了绕月飞行器月船一号,在去年发射的月球登陆器距月面2.1千米时与地球失去联系。 地球同步卫星运载火箭3型号 印度一直希望做有声有色的大国,所以航天领域是必须要有所建树的。但是印度基础工业薄弱,近几年发展也一直缓慢,导致印度航天成为了一个面子工程。例如印度运力最强的运载火箭地球同步卫星运载火箭3型(GSLV III),其近地轨道运载能力刚刚突破10吨,地球同步转移轨道运载能力则为4吨,两项指标均为全球现役大型运载火箭的垫底水平,与世界第一的美国,运力差距在六倍以上,与中国也有3倍左右的差距。 印度建造的世界最高雕像 对于有些领域,印度还能打肿脸充胖子,因为往往有个花架子就很唬人,而这些花架子在平时也不会露馅。例如阿琼坦克和LCA光辉战斗机,证明了印度可以研发三代坦克和三代战斗机,但是事实上这两款武器,印度军方自己都清楚其真实水平,在实战中根本不会考虑,不然印度为何还向俄罗斯采购T-90S坦克和向法国采购阵风战斗机呢? 月船二号坠毁在月球表面的痕迹 但是登月这种任务是非常考验真实实力的,一点弄虚作假都不能有,这就正好戳中了印度的软肋。印度如果真想在高科技和重大工程领域取得突破,就必须踏踏实实的,走其他科技工业强国走过的路,一点捷径都不能走。 作者:求同存异

传Netflix CEO为公立学校教师修建豪华培训基地_里德·哈斯汀斯

传Netflix CEO为公立学校教师修建豪华培训基地_里德·哈斯汀斯
传Netflix CEO为公立学校教师建筑奢华培训基地 三言财经 6月17日音讯,据新浪科技征引外媒报导,美国流媒体视频服务Netflix CEO里德·哈斯汀斯(Reed Hastings)正在美国科罗拉多州洛基山的山脚下,为公立学校的教师建筑一处奢华培训基地。当地官员估计,该基地最早将于2021年3月开业。哈斯汀斯现已向该基地投入逾2000万美元。 据《福布斯》计算,哈斯汀斯的个人净资产到达48亿美元,首要来自他持有的1.3%的Netflix股票。该股是曩昔10年美股商场体现最好的个股。哈斯汀斯自己曾是和平队(Peace Corps)的一名数学教师,现在则是全美教育改革的最大捐款者。

Law expert’s civil code dream is coming true

Law expert’s civil code dream is coming true
The adoption of China’s first Civil Code stirs emotions of pride and excitement for Jin Ping, who has spent his most passionate years preparing for the long-anticipated law.The 98-year-old law professor at Southwest University of Political Science and Law in Chongqing worked on the expert groups who attempted to draft a civil code several times over the past 60 years.”The civil code has been my obsession my whole life,” Jin said.On May 22, Chinese lawmakers started deliberating on the draft of the Civil Code at the annual session of the 13th National People’s Congress, the country’s top legislature. The NPC adopted the draft on May 28, and the Civil Code will take effect at the start of next year.Jin has studied civil law for nearly his entire life. Though he did not participate in the preparation of the most recent draft, many of his students did.The Civil Code has six parts-real rights, contracts, personality rights, marriage and family, inheritance, and tort liabilities, in addition to general and supplementary provisions.As lawmakers deliberated on the code in Beijing, Jin pored over the pages of the draft at his home in Chongqing. “Many of my students are continuing the job that I didn’t finish. This is especially comforting to me,” he said. “I feel like I am still working for its adoption.”The legislation is expected to further refine China’s basic legal system and rules of conduct in the civil and commercial fields. A major innovation of China’s Civil Code, jurists say, is embodied in the personality rights section, which includes provisions on a person’s rights to life, body, health, name, portrait, reputation and privacy, among others.China’s four earlier attempts to draft a civil code, dating back to the 1950s, did not succeed for various reasons. Jin is the last expert alive who participated in the first three attempts to draft the code.”It was a blessing for me to be able to see the deliberation of the civil code and its adoption,” he said. “This has been the pursuit of generations of civil lawmakers.”Born in 1922 in Anhui province, Jin lived through the revolutionary period. In 1945, as schools reopened after China won the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression, Jin studied law at university.Nine years later, he became a law teacher. During that same year, the first session of the 1st National People’s Congress was convened and the People’s Republic of China’s first Constitution was enacted. Jin was chosen to be one of the law experts working on drafting the civil code.”I didn’t know why a young teacher like me was chosen. But over the years I’ve come to realize that the Chinese leaders were aware that lawmaking was not easy,” Jin said. “They were making plans and preparations in advance to train talent for future legislative needs.”Teachers from law schools, judges and researchers joined the draft work. We did a lot of field work. For example, we went to many cities to conduct surveys for drafting the inheritance law.”The newly adopted Civil Code has systematically integrated existing civil laws and regulations, modifying them to adapt to new realities.”When my students called me, telling me that the draft civil code would be deliberated, I was overjoyed. But I also told them that they still have a bigger mission,” Jin said. “The deliberation marks a good beginning, but laws need to be improved and updated, and the Civil Code should be able to better serve the people.”It’s no easy task to formulate a good law, and it’s even more important to make it understood by the public and be enforced effectively. The practice of the rule of law shall never stop.”