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[国际瞭望] 2015-10-05&10-11 俄罗斯总统普京与美国总统奥巴马在纽约进行双边会晤

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[国际瞭望] 2015-10-05&10-11 俄罗斯总统普京与美国总统奥巴马在纽约进行双边会晤

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Mr Putin says Russia could join airstrikes against IS, but the two men are still poles apart on the future of President Assad.

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新闻背景:

俄罗斯总统普京与美国总统奥巴马举行了2年来的首次会晤。会晤结束后,普京发表声明称,俄罗斯时刻准备发展和修复与美国的关系,美俄考虑建立合作机制打击恐怖主义。

普京表示,美俄双方在加强合作反恐的必要性方面存在共识,为了使工作进展具有成效,双方在考虑联合建立相应的机制。普京还就叙利亚问题称,他非常尊敬美国和法国的同行,但叙利亚总统阿萨德的命运不应由他们来决定,“这是叙利亚人自己的事情”。 

据CBS报道,奥巴马在叙利亚问题上的一贯强硬立场有所软化,他说阿萨德必须下台但不必即刻交出手中的权力,他提出与俄罗斯和伊朗合作在叙推行渐进性的过渡。尽管如此,普京仍然坚持阿萨德不能走,他呼呼同叙政府组建新的联盟来打击IS。不过私下会谈结束后,普京告诉记者俄罗斯可能会愿意加入美国领导的打击IS的国际空袭行动,“我们正在考虑这件事,但俄罗斯不会向叙利亚派遣地面部队”。

法国总统奥朗德支持奥巴马,认为阿萨德必须下台,他说如果阿萨德继续在位“无人能够想象”叙利亚会进行政治过渡。奥朗德还呼吁对叙利亚有影响力的国家,包括海湾国家和伊朗,参与到叙政治过渡的进程中来。


伊朗则继续坚定地站在俄罗斯一边,称阿萨德必须在位才能打击极端武装。伊朗总统鲁哈尼说,如果国际社会强行迫使阿萨德下台,叙利亚将会落入IS手中。

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There has been a little controversy about who asked who on this date. Their first get together in nearly a year since they broke up over Ukraine. It was always going to be tense, this time mostly over Syria. Earlier the two Leaders used the UN stage to lay out their positions.

Syrian president Bashar al-Assad has no place here, nor in Damascus, according to Barack Obama.

Yes, Realism dictates that compromise will be required, To end the fighting and ultimately stamp out ISIL, But Realism also required a managed transition away from Assad into a new leader,

Russia has more than a vote on that fold, it has muscle on the ground, Combat Jets, Helicopter gunships, artillery, marines and surface to air missiles by plenty of leverage and recent history in Libya, even the US president admitted, has meant that the west gets things wrong.

Even as we helped the Libyan people to bring an end the reign of a tyrant, our coalition could have and should have done more to fill a vacuum left behind.

Scorched by sanctions imposed over his invention of Ukraine, Vladimir Putin hit back over the Middle East, shifting the sands after the disasters of the Arab spring.

Rather than bringing about reforms, an aggressive foreign interference has resulted in a brazen destruction of national institutions and the lifestyle itself. Instead of The triumph of democracy and progress, we got violence, poverty and social disaster. And nobody cares a bit about human rights, including the right to life. I cannot hope asking those who have forced that situation: Do you realize now what you have done?

Diplomacy would appear to be at crossroads. So at first glance, it would appear that Russia and the United States could not be further apart on Syria, but they are opportunities for both sides to reflect back on each other and that is over the future of Bashar al-Assad himself. Both Russia and America may be able to agree that the man himself must go, but his regime structures remain in place.

That compromise may not be found immediately in meetings between Putin and Obama. But according to sources at number ten, Britain Now faces working more closely with Iran, which like Russia, is a key asset supporter after the prime minister met with its president Hassan Rouhani.  Given the scale of the humanitarian catastrophe in Syria and the exodus of its people into Europe, there's a palpable sense of urgency and a tiny degree of hope that World leaders might soon solve the Syrian problem once they agree on what it is. Sam Kelly, Sky News New York.
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[Homework]2015-10-05&10-11 俄罗斯总统普京与美国总统奥巴马在纽约进行双边会晤

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There has been a little controversy over who asked who on this date. Their first get together in nearly a year since they broke up over Ukraine. It was always going to be tense this time mostly over Syria. Earlier the two leaders used the UN stage to lay out their positions. Syrian president Bashar al Assad has no place here nor in Damascus, according to Barack Obama.

“Yes, realism dictates the compromise will be required to end fighting and ultimately stamp out ISIL. But realism also requires a managed transition away from Assad and to we leader.”

Russia has more than a vote on that though. It has muscle on the ground, Combat Jets, Helicopter gunships, artillery marines and surface to air missiles by plenty of leverage. And recent history in Libya, even the U.S. president admitted has meant that the West gets things wrong.

“Even as we helped the Libyan people bring an end to the reign of a tyrant, our coalition could have and should have done more to fill a vacuum left behind.”

Scorched by sanctions imposed over his invasion of Ukraine, Vladimir Putin hit back over the Middle East, shifting the sands after the disasters of the Arab spring.

“Rather than bringing about reforms, an aggressive foreign interference has resulted in a brazen destruction of national institutions and the lifestyle itself. Instead of the triumph of democracy and progress, we got violence, poverty and social disaster. And nobody cares a bit about human rights, including the right to life. I cannot help asking those who have forced that situation: do you realize now what you have done?”

Diplomacy would appear to be at crossroads.

“So at first glance, it would appear that Russia and the United States could not be further apart on Syria. But there are opportunities for both sides to reflect back on each other, and that is over the future of Bashar al Assad himself. Both Russia and America may be able to agree that the man himself must go, but his regime structures remain in place.”

That compromise may not be found immediately in meetings between Putin and Obama. But according to sources at No.10, Britain now faces working more closely with Iran, which like Russia is a key asset supporter after the Prime Minister met with its president Hassan Rouhani. Given the scale of the humanitarian catastrophe in Syria and the exodus of its people into Europe, there is a palpable sense of urgency and a tiny degree of hope that world leaders might soon solve the Syrian problem once they agree on what it is.

Sam Kiley, Sky News, New York.
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[Homework]2015-10-05&10-11 俄罗斯总统普京与美国总统奥巴马在纽约进行双边会晤

There has been a little controversy over who asked who on this date, their first get-together in nearly a year since they broke up over Ukraine, it's always going to be tense, this time mostly over Syria. Earlier the two leaders used the UN stage to lay out their positions, Syrian president Bashar al-Assad has no place here, nor in Damascus, according to Barack Obama.Yes, realism dictates that compromise will be required to end the fighting and ultimately stamp out ISIL, but realism also requires a managed transition, a way from Assad and to a new leader.
Russia has more than a vote on that though, it has muscle on the ground, combat jets, helicopter gunships, artillery, marines and surface to air missiles by plenty of leverage, and recent history in Libya even the US president admitted has meant that the west gets things wrong.
Even as we helped the Libyan people bring an end to the reign of a tyrant, our coalition could have and should have done more to fill a vacuum left behind.
Scorched by sanctions imposed over his invasion of Ukraine, Vladmir Putin hit back over the mid-east, shifting the sands after the disasters of the Arab Spring.
Rather than bringing about reforms, an aggressive foreign interference has resulted in a brazen destruction of national institutions and the lifestyle itself, instead of the triumph of democracy and progress, we got violence, poverty and social disaster, and nobody cares a bit about human rights, including the right to life, i can not help asking those who have forced that situation, do you realise now what you have done.
Diplomacy would appear to be at a cross roads.
So at a first glance it would appear that Russia and the United States could not be further apart on Syria, but there are opportunities for both sides to reflect back on each other and that is over the future of Bashar al-Assad himself, both Russia and America may be able to agree that the man himself must go, but his regime structures remain in place, that compromise may not be found immediately in meetings between Putin and Obama, but according to sources at number 10, Britain now faces working more closely with Iran which like Russia is a key Assad supporter, after the prime minister met with its president Hassan Rouhani, given the scale of the humanitarian catastrophe in Syria and the exodus of its people into Europe, there was a palpable sense of urgency and a tiny degree of hope that world leaders might soon solve the Syrian problem, once they agree on what it is.
Sam Kelly, Sky News, New York.

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