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    • 5% Growth: Not Magical Unicorns, The Return of Gazelles
      Advocates of robust economic growth are very used to being ridiculed by those who say it cannot be done. Reagan was ridiculed (“voodoo economics”) for his prescription of lower tax rates and a strong dollar. That growth recipe, when adopted despite the ridicule, propelled the Dow Jones Industrial Average from around 900 (no typo) to well over 10,000. 力強い経済成長の支持者は非常に誰が行うことができないと言う人々によって嘲笑されて使用されています

    • In pictures: The week in wildlife
      An Asian 'unicorn', migrating walrus and a new species of elephant shrew are among the pick of this week's images from the natural world アジア。。u0026#39;ユニコーン。。u0026#39;、セイウチを移行し、ハネジネズミの新種は、自然界からの今週の画像のピック間にある

    • Ivory Coast: How Laurent Gbagbo clung to power
      Ivorians enjoyed wild celebrations after 1999 coup, not knowing the country was heading towards a decade of conflictIvory Coast's slow descent into chaos began with a bloodless 1999 coup that removed the president, Henri Konan Bédié, and saw Ivorians dancing in the streets to welcome the military. But as elections drew near, junta leader General Robert Guei reneged on his promise to leave office and barred the two key players – former prime minister Alassane Ouattara and ex-president Bédié – from standing.Guei lost to history professor Laurent Gbagbo, but in September 2002, an exiled group of low-ranking army officers staged a failed attempt to remove the new president by invading Ivory Coast from neighbouring Burkina Faso. They seized the northern half of the country, but were pushed back from the commercial capital Abidjan.The insurgents claimed they had taken up arms because Ivorians from the north of the country were being treated as second-class citizens. As Ouattara hails from the north, Gbagbo's supporters assumed Ouattara had financed the rebellion, but he denies involvement.The west African regional bloc, Ecowas, brokered a ceasefire within weeks and deployed a small peacekeeping force alongside the north-south divide. Former colonial power France subsequently invited Gbagbo and rebel leader Guillaume Soro to Paris to sign a peace agreement.In theory, the 2003 Marcoussis accord, ended the war, but clashes in the densely forested west of the country intensified as both sides employed Liberian mercenaries to do their dirty work. France then intervened with a 4,000-strong force called Licorne (Unicorn), and the fighting subsided. An estimated 3,000 people, mainly civilians, were killed in the 2002-03 war.Gbagbo then spent years finding reasons to postpone an elect Ivoriansが大統領に、アンリ南Bédié、削除、軍事のお越しをお待ちして通りで踊るIvoriansを見た無血1999クーデターから始まった国は混乱にconflictIvory海岸の遅い系の十年に向かっていたかわからない、1999年のクーデター後、野生の祭典を楽しんだ

    • The dark arts of Los Angeles
      This autumn, galleries and museums across the Californian city will celebrate its historic art scene. Just don't expect rainbowsDrivers in Los Angeles rely on GPS or satnav to get anywhere at all in the vast urban sprawl. The GPS said this was the place, so we turned into an anonymous industrial estate and found it was indeed home to the David Kordansky Gallery, where people were already turning up for the opening of an exhibition by the southern Californian artist Richard Jackson.Putting down your beer and fitting plastic bags over your shoes, you could enter an enclosed space spattered with blue and red paint from nozzles mounted on a revolving sculpture of a girl hugging a unicorn. In an alcove sprawled a sculpture of a clown. Infantile colours, infantile freedom: an arresting work of art.By this time, in spite of the unpromising location, the gallery was full and so was the courtyard outside. People strolled down the street to other nearby galleries, hidden in other apparently nondescript industrial spaces. I know, that's what galleries look like all over the world, but anonymous units in LA are more blank and undifferentiated than elsewhere. The art scene these boxes hold is electric and abundant.This autumn, a massive festival at museums and galleries across LA will tell the story of modern art in this extraordinary city. Pacific Standard Time celebrates the distinctive qualities of Los Angelean art and charts the evolution of a powerful regional style from 1945 to 1980.As early as the 1950s, it was clear that Californian artists saw things differently from New Yorkers. At that time, New York was the artistic capital of North America, and in some ways it still is. But the west coast had its own feel. The abstract paintings of Sam Francis are more sensual, decorati _NULL_

    • Britain's illiberal attitude to the church has driven me away | Theo Hobson
      The Anglican church's version of Christianity is full of charming but deadly imperial ghosts. It needs an almighty exorcismI have moved to New York, for I don't know how long. I don't think I've emigrated, but for the first time in my life it's a possibility. I used to assume I was too patriotic to think of living elsewhere for long, but I have gradually found my patriotism wearing thin. Religion is at the heart of this.I have found the English way of religion to be dominated by nostalgia, class, and embarrassed evasion. It has no real interest in reforming itself; indeed it is deeply inoculated against reform. It would take an uber-Luther to get the necessary debate rolling.Nostalgia is the most obvious, and serious, charge. Christianity has taken many forms in its time, and it has been mixed with all sorts of other creeds, from Thor-worship to Marxism, but never has it been so deeply mixed with nostalgia. To be an Anglican is to subscribe to a version of Christianity that's full of charming but deadly imperial ghosts. It needs an almighty exorcism.The unholy ghost-in-chief is of course establishment, which is the pretence that we still live in the pre-liberal era, when nations had official established religions that unified them. Isn't this just a harmless link to our past? Yes and no: in secular political terms it doesn't seem to bother people, so maybe we should let sleeping unicorns lie. But it ought to bother Christians very much. For it sows enmity between Christianity and the modern liberal state. It idealises the theocratic monoculture we used to be. It is terrifically bad gospel-communication.Many will say that establishment has become so weak in recent decades that it's not worth complaining about. I disagree. In some ways it now dominates national Christiani キリスト教の聖公会教会のバージョンは、魅力的が、致命的な皇室の幽霊がいっぱいです

    • Ole Schmidt obituary
      Danish composer and conductor with a reputation for championing the unfamiliarAlthough he was best known as a conductor, Ole Schmidt, who has died aged 81, first came to public notice in his native Denmark as a composer of ballets, composing three in fairly rapid succession in the 1950s: The Fire-maker (Ildmageren, 1952), Behind the Curtain (Bag 。æppet, 1954) and Fever (Feber, 1957). Schmidt's outstanding talent on the conductor's rostrum – he had studied with Sergiu Celibidache and Rafael Kubelik – was showcased at the premiere of the third of these and the following year he took up the post of conductor at Copenhagen's Royal theatre, which he relinquished only in 1965.Following posts with the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra (1969-70) and the Danish Radio Sinfonietta (1971-73), Schmidt made the leap to international prominence as a conductor in 1974 when he recorded the six Nielsen symphonies with the London Symphony Orchestra for the London-based record label Unicorn. These revelatory recordings, much reissued and still available, remain the benchmark for all later Nielsen cycles and won the Carl Nielsen prize in 1975.Engagements from around the world, the UK and North America not least, raised his profile further: he became principal conductor of the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra in Denmark (1978-85) and later was permanent guest conductor of the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester and principal guest conductor of the Toledo Symphony in Ohio.However, Schmidt followed his own unconventional, maverick star, maintaining a reputation as a champion of the unfamiliar. In Britain this was shown by his 1980 performance with 800 musicians of Havergal Brian's first symphony, The Gothic (at the instigation of his composer friend, Robert Simpson, musical adviser on the Nielsen デンマークの作曲家、指揮者、彼は最高の81歳以上の死亡した指揮者、オレシュミットとして知られていたunfamiliarAlthoughを支持の評判と、最初の公告に彼の母国デンマークのバレエの作曲家としては、かなり急速に連続で3つの構成した1950:カーテン(バッグ。æppet、1954)とフィーバー(Feber、1957)の後ろファイアーメーカー(Ildmageren、1952)


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