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CNN's Phil Black reports Russia has historically responded to perceived criticism with robust actions.


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[Homework]2014-03-09&03-11 俄罗斯威胁将没收资产 欧美企业倍感担忧

Russian lawmakers are now drafting a bill that would allow Moscow to confiscate the assets of American and European companies there. The Russian retaliation could have relatively small impact on the United States. According to the Wall Street Journal, Russian imports make up just 1% of American trade but Europe, on the other hand, has far more to lose since trade has ballooned in the post-Soviet era. In just the first 9 months of last year, for example, the European Union imported more than 200 billion dollars worth of goods from Russia. CNN's Phil Black is our correspondent in Moscow. He's joining us now. ... for sanctions that could end up punishing both sides, the Russian side, the European side, including the United States.

Wolf, for the moment this is a draft before Russia's parliament ... clear just how much support it has. But this sort of move does fit recent history. Recently when Russia has felt that it has been harassed unfairly by the international community, it responses often to lash out even harder sometimes coming back in a completely different direction with issues that don't automatically seem relevant to the precise issues at the center of the conflict. The clearest example we've seen recently was when the United States Congress passed Magnitsky Act to punish human rights abuses in this country. Russia was outraged. It responded by passing a legislation which made it illegal for American families to adopt Russian orphans. In that case, many thought it was Russian orphans that were paying the price in that dispute. But from the point of view of Russian politicians, they believed it made a point of view that said that Russia is a strong independent country and other countries should back out of their sovereign affairs. So in this case, in the event that Europe, the United States do proceed with their economic sanctions, you can certainly expect a very robust response of some sort from Moscow.

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Wolf the moment this is draft before Russia's parliament, it's unclear just how much support it has. But this sort of move does fit recent history recently when Russia has felt its being harassed on faily by the international community, it's responsible often to lasha even harder sometimes coming back in the completely different direction with the issues that don't automatically ensue relevent to the precise issues at the sets of the comfort, the clear example would see recently when United States congress passes leads him act punish human rights of abuse in this country. Russia was out rise it responded by passing a legislation which made a legal for American families to adopt Russian orphans. In that case, many thought it was Russian orphans that will pay the price in that dispute, but from the point of view of Russian politicians, they believed and made the point, it said Russia is a strong independant country and other countries should butter out of this orphan's affairs. So in this case, in the event that Europe the United States do procede with economic sanctions. You can certainly expect a very road bus respond of some sort from Moscow.
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[Homework]2014-03-09&03-11 俄罗斯威胁将没收资产 欧美企业倍感担忧

Russian lawmakers are now drafting a bill that will allow Moscow to confiscate the assets of American and European companies there. The Russian retaliation could have a relatively small impact on the United States. According to the Wall Street Journal, Russian interests make up just 1% of American trade, but Europe, on the other hand, has far more to lose since trade has ballooned in the post-Soviet era. In just the first nine months of last year for example, the European Union has imported 200 billion dollars worth of goods from Russia. CNN Phille Black is our correspondant in Moscow. He is joining us now.
Phille, is there a really appetite for sanctions that could end up punishing both sides, the Russian side, the European side, including the United States?
Well, for the moment, this is a draft before Russia's Parliament. It's unclear just how much support it has, but this sort of move does fit recent history.
Recently when Russia has felt it has been harrassed unfairly by the International community, its response is often to lash out even harder, sometimes coming back in a completely differently direction with issues that don't automatically seem relevant to the precise issues at the center of the conflict. The clearest example we've seen recently was when the United States Congress passed Magnistgy Act to punish human rights abuses in this country. Russia was outraged, it responded by passing legislations which made it illegal for American families to adopt Russian orphans. In that case, it was Russian orphans that were paying the price in that dispute, but from the point of view of Russian politicians they believe it made the point. They said that Russia is a strong and independent country and other countries should back out of their sovereign affairs. So in this case, in the event that Europe and US do proceed with economic sanctions, you can certainly expect a very robust response of some sort from Moscow.

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Russian law makers are now drafting a bill that allows Moscow to confiscate the assets of American and European companies there. The Russian retaliation could have a relatively small impact on the United State. According to the Wall Street Journal, Russia  makes up just one percent of American trade. But Europe, on the other hand, has far more to lose since trade has ballooned in the post-Soviet era. In just the first nine months of last year, for example, the EU imported 200 billion dollars' worth of goods from Russia.
CNN's Phil Black is our correspondent in Russia. He is joining us now.
Phil, is there really an appetite for sections that could end up punishing both sides - the Russian side, the European side, including the United States?
For the moment this is a draft before Russian Parliament. It's unclear just how much support it has. But this sort of move does fit recent history. Recently when Russia has felt that it has been harrassed unfairly by the International Community. It's response is often to lash out even harder, sometimes coming back in a completely different direction with issues that don't automatically seem relavant to the precise issues at the set of the conflict. The clearest example we've seen recently was when the US congress passed Magnitsky Act to punish human rights abuses in this country, Russia was outraged. It responded by passing a legislation which made it illegal for American families to adopt Russian orphans. In that case, many thought that it was Russian orphans that was paying the price in that dispute. But from the point of view of Russian politicians, they believe it made the point that Russia is a strong indepent country and other countries should back out of its sovereign affairs. So in this case, in the event that Europe and the US do perceive with economic sections, you can certainly expect a very robust response of some sort. From Moscow.

Magnitsky Act
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The Magnitsky Act, formally known as the Russia and Moldova Jackson-Vanik Repeal and Sergei Magnitsky Rule of Law Accountability Act of 2012, is a bipartisan bill passed by the U.S. Congress in November–December 2012. The bill was signed into law by President Barack Obama on December 14, 2012.
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[Homework]2014-03-09&03-11 俄罗斯威胁将没收资产 欧美企业倍感担忧

Russian lawmakers are now drafting a bill that will allow Moscow to confiscate the assets of American and European companies there. The Russian retaliation could have a relatively small impact on the United States. According to the Wall Street Journal, Russian interests make up just 1% of American trade, but Europe, on the other hand, has far more to lose since trade has ballooned in the post-Soviet era. In just the first nine months of last year for example, the European Union imported more than 200 billion dollars worth of goods from Russia. CNN Phille Black is our correspondant in Moscow. He is joining us now.
Phille, is there really an appetite for sanctions that could end up punishing both sides, the Russian side, the European side, including the United States?
ALL for the moment, this is a draft before Russia's Parliament is unclear just how much support it has, but this sort of move does fit recent history.
Recently when Russia has felt it has been harrassed unfairly by the International community, its response is often to lash out even harder, sometimes coming back in a completely different direction with issues that don't automatically seem relevant to the precise issues at the center of the conflict. The clearest example we've seen recently was when the United States Congress passed Magnistgy Act to punish human rights abuses in this country. Russia was outraged, it responded by passing legislation which made it illegal for American families to adopt Russian orphans. In that case, many thought it was Russian orphans that were paying the price in that dispute, but from the point of view of Russian politicians they believe it made the point. They said that Russia is a strong and independent country and other countries should back out of their sovereign affairs. So in this case, in the event that Europe and US do proceed with economic sanctions, you can certainly expect a very robust response of some sort from Moscow.


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[Homework]2014-03-09&03-11 俄罗斯威胁将没收资产 欧美企业倍感担忧

russian law makers are now drafting a bill to allow moscow to confiscate assets of american and europea complanies there. the russian retaliation could have relatively small impact on united states, according to the wall street journal , russion imports make up just one persent of america trade, but europe on the other hand, has far more to lose since trade has ballooned in the  post-Soviet era. in just the first 9 months last year, for example, the europe union import more than  200 billion dollars with the goods from russion.  CNN's pill black is our correspondent in moscow, he is join us now.
phili  is realy appetite for sanctions that could end up punising both sides, the russion side, the europea side,including united state.
well ,for the moment, this is the draft before russia' parliament. it's unclear just how much the support it has ,but this sort of  move does fit recent  history, recently when russia has felt that it could be harased unfairly  by the international community ,its response is often to lash out ,even harder sometimes coming back,and completely different direction,with issues that don't automactilly seem relevent to the presice issues at the set of the conflit, the clearest example we' have seen recently with when united states congress passed  to punish human rights of abuses in this country. russia was outraged, it respondent by passing legislation which made illegal for america families to adopt Russian orphans.in that case, many thought it was Russian orphans was paying the price in that dispute.
but from the point of view, russion politicians ,they beieve that they made the point that Russia is a strong indepent country , another countries should back out this sovereign affairs.
so in this case, in the event that europe and united states do perceive with with economic sanctions. you can certainly expect a very robust response of some sort

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[Homework]2014-03-09&03-11 俄罗斯威胁将没收资产 欧美企业倍感担忧

Russian law makers are now drafting a bill to allow Moscow to confiscate assets of American and European companies there. the Russian retaliation could have relatively small impact on united states, according to the wall street journal ,Russian imports make up just one percent of America trade, but Europe on the other hand, has far more to lose since trade has ballooned in the  post-Soviet era. in just the first 9 months last year, for example, the Europe union import more than  200 billion dollars with the goods from Russian.  CNN's pill black is our correspondent in Moscow, he is join us now.
.... is really appetite for sanctions that could end up punising both sides, the Russian side, the European side,including United State.
well ,for the moment, this is the draft before Russian' parliament. it's unclear just how much the support it has ,but this sort of  move does fit recent  history, recently when Russia has felt that it could be harased unfairly  by the international community ,its response is often to lash out ,even harder sometimes coming back,and completely different direction,with issues that don't automactilly seem relevent to the presice issues at the set of the conflit, the clearest example we' have seen recently with when united states congress passed  to punish human rights of abuses in this country. russia was outraged, it respondent by passing legislation which made illegal for america families to adopt Russian orphans.in that case, many thought it was Russian orphans was paying the price in that dispute.
but from the point of view, russion politicians ,they beieve that they made the point that Russia is a strong indepent country , another countries should back out this sovereign affairs.
so in this case, in the event that europe and united states do perceive with with economic sanctions. you can certainly expect a very robust response of some sort
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Russian law makers are now drafting a bill that allows Moscow to confiscate the assets of American and European companies there. The Russian retaliation could have a relatively small impact on the United State. According to the Wall Street Journal, Russia (*interest) makes up just one percent of American trade. But Europe, on the other hand, has far more to lose since trade has ballooned in the post-Soviet era. In just the first nine months of last year, for example, the EU imported 200 billion dollars' worth of goods from Russia. CNN's Phil Black is our correspondent in Russia(Moscow). He is joining us now.
Phil, is there really an appetite(*apotype) for sections(sanctions) that could end up punishing both sides - the Russian side, the European side, including the United States?
For the moment this is a draft before Russian Parliament. It's unclear just how much support it has. But this sort of move does fit recent history. Recently when Russia has felt that it has been debarrassed unfairly by the International Community. It's response is often to lash out even harder, sometimes coming back in a completely different direction with issues that don't automatically seem relevant to the precise issues at the set of the conflict. The clearest example we've seen recently was when the US congress passed Magnitsky Act to punish human rights abuses in this country, Russia was outraged. It responded by passing a legislation which made it illegal for American families to adopt Russian orphans. In that case, many thought that it was Russian orphans that was paying the price in that dispute. But from the point of view of Russian politicians, they believe it made the point that Russia is a strong independent country and other countries should back out of its sovereign affairs. So in this case, in the event that Europe and the US do perceive with economic sections(sanctions), you can certainly expect a very robust response of some sort. From Moscow.

Magnitsky Act
马格尼茨基法案
The Magnitsky Act, formally known as the Russia and Moldova Jackson-Vanik Repeal and Sergei Magnitsky Rule of Law Accountability Act of 2012, is a bipartisan bill passed by the U.S. Congress in November–December 2012. The bill was signed into law by President Barack Obama on December 14, 2012.
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