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伦敦—最近,我看了一部关于俄罗斯异见政客鲍里斯·内姆索夫(Boris Nemtsov)的纪录片《太自由的人》(The Man Who Was Too Free)。2015年,内姆索夫在克里姆林宫大门口被枪杀。20世纪90年代,内姆索夫是一位年轻英俊的政治新星,后来他拒绝向俄罗斯总统给普京的极权主义低头,而转向了反对派,自己也因此而被骚扰、羁押和杀害。影片让我想到英雄主义和勇气在现代生活中的作用越来越少,也让我思索俄罗斯的命运。



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    Impeachment and the Wider World

    Carl Bildt

    As with the proceedings against former US Presidents Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton, the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump is ultimately a domestic political issue that will be decided in the US Congress. But, unlike those earlier cases, the Ukraine scandal threatens to jam up the entire machinery of US foreign policy.