対潜水艦戦 探しているが、見つけ出せるだろうか。 より静かな潜水艦の急増がそれらを追跡するための良い方法を作ることを海軍に強く求めている。(3)

But naval drones will still be useful before then. With greater manoeuvrability, endurance and speed than manned diesel-electric submarines, they will find employment in many sorts of mission besides tracking the boats of potential enemies. This autumn, for example, Norway begins sea trials of ODIN, an 11-metre-long surface drone. ODIN will first sweep for underwater mines, since these are static and cannot take evasive action. Eventually, though, upgrades should give its software the wit to follow manned submarines. 

before then:それ以前は・その時以前は
evasive : take evasive action (飛行機の衝突人に会うことなどを避けるため)回避行動をとる. 

Some navies hope to make the drones themselves submerge. America’s putative SHARK class (an acronym contrived from “submarine, hold at risk”) is the furthest advanced in this area, says Andrew Krepinevich, a former adviser to three American defence secretaries—but China and Japan are not far behind. Underwater drones are harder to detect, and thus counter, than surface drones are because sound radiates from them through the water as a sphere, rather than the hemisphere occupied by the waterborne sonic emissions of a drone at the surface. Filling a larger volume at any given distance from its source, the sound of a submarine drone therefore dissipates faster than that from a surface drone. 

defence secretary:国防長官

Some needle, some haystack
All this technological change is ushering in a new era for anti-submarine warfare, according to Gunnar Wieslander, a former commander of Sweden’s submarine flotilla who now runs Saab Kockums, an exporter of diesel-electric manned submarines. Saab Kockums’s new 62-metre A26 model will sport a tube from which an underwater drone could slip out to attack surface drones. This, Mr Wieslander says, is the first time that such a feature has been fitted to a production submarine. Mr Krepinevich, however, counsels caution regarding underwater drones. They are fine for attacking other drones, but without huge advances in battery technology (see article), no such machine could keep up for long with a big submarine that charges its batteries from a diesel engine and can travel at up to 20 knots—much less with a faster nuclear-powered one. 

sport a tube:管をつけている

What, though, of the crucial task of detecting the submarines to be trailed in the first place? The phrase “surfaced within torpedo range” may bring to mind an image of a boat popping up a few hundred metres from its target—as, perhaps, in a film about the second world war. In the Okinawa incident, though, the distance was probably about five nautical miles (the details remain classified). Sound, whether of engines turning or sonar pulses returning, obeys the inverse-square law. Its strength changes in inverse proportion to the square of the distance it has travelled. That means it falls off fast. Ideally, therefore, detectors need to be close to their targets. 

popping up:出現する
inverse-square law:逆二乗の法則 物理量の大きさがその発生源からの距離の 2 乗に反比例する
falls off:低下する

One way to do this, at least for home waters, is to have a dense grid of fixed detectors. One of the more advanced of these is Singapore’s. It consists of underwaterbuoys called acoustic nodes that are tethered to the sea bed two or three kilometres apart. These nodes can talk to each other. They communicate by broadcasting precisely calibrated vibrations through the water. At the moment they are sending test messages, but eventually they will be equipped with their own submarine-detecting sensors. 

dense grid:高密度の電子網

More sophisticated systems than this are in the works—including anti-drone countermeasures. According to Torstein Olsmo Sabo, a scientist at FFI, Norway’s defence-research establishment, drone-towed acoustic arrays can now mimic the signature of a big submarine, luring a drone off in the wrong direction. (Just because Norway’s nascent flotilla of underwater drones could be programmed to do this, he adds, does not mean that it has been.) DARPA, meanwhile, is planning sea-floor pods which pop open to release drones that swim closer to an enemy submarine, or, after rising to the surface, fly off to deliver or collect more intelligence. 

pop open:ポンと開ける

The arms race between surface vessels and submarines has been going on for almost exactly a century—since Germany’s demonstration to its enemies in the first world war of the threat from its U-boats. By the end of the second world war, the Allies had become so good at finding U-boats that German crews taking to the sea had a life expectancy of about a week. As the examples of the Kitty Hawk and the Theodore Roosevelt show, the balance at the moment has tipped back in favour of the submariner. The great question is how long it will stay that way. 

tipped back:後ろに傾ける 潜水艦の方に有利になってきているという意味



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対潜水艦戦 探しているが、見つけ出せるだろうか。 より静かな潜水艦の急増がそれらを追跡するための良い方法を作ることを海軍に強く求めている。(2)

Automating the hunt for Red October Perhaps belatedly, but certainly determinedly, a new approach to the submarine threat is now being developed. It is based on a simple principle: since submarines are hard to detect, when you do find one you should never let go. 


Shadowing threatening submersibles is nothing new. Trailing something is a much easier sensory task than discovering it in the first place, when you have an entire ocean to search. But at the moment this job is done by destroyers and (for those that have them) nuclear submarines. These cost billions of dollars to build and tens of millions a year more to run. Instead, the idea is to use smallish unmanned ships—marine drones, in effect—to do the job. These will be packed with enough sensors and artificial intelligence to follow adversaries’ submarines automatically. 

Shadowing :尾行する
for those that have them:保有しているのであれば

Half a dozen Western naval powers are conducting the R&D needed to build these, according to Eric Wertheim, author of the US Naval Institute’s reference doorstop “Combat Fleets of the World”. America is furthest along. In June its Office of Naval Research and its Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency, DARPA, began tests in the Pacific of the Sea Hunter, an unmanned (and, for now, unarmed) 40-metre trimaran, pictured. It is designed to follow an enemy submarine from the surface relentlessly for months, even in high seas. While the crew of the boat being tailed will probably be able to hear their pursuer’s diesel engine, that is not really a problem. Short of a torpedo launch, which would be an act of war, “there’s nothing you can do about it”, says Nevin Carr, a retired rear admiral in the American navy who now works at Leidos, the firm which designed Sea Hunter. 

furthest along:開発が最も進んでいる
trimaran:トリマラン 3船体を平行に連結した高速ヨット
high seas:公海
Short of:以外は・なしでは
rear admiral lower half 《米海軍》准将◆少将(rear admiral upper half)の下で、大佐(captain)より上の階級。◆【参考】commodore 単語帳 rear admiral upper half 《米海軍》少将◆中将(vice admiral)の下で、准将(rear admiral lower half)の上の階級。

Sea Hunters will cost just $20m each, according to Leidos. America will be able to let lots of them loose, says Scott Littlefield, head of the Sea Hunter programme at DARPA—or, rather, the “anti-submarine-warfare continuous trail unmanned vessel” (ACTUV) programme, as the agency prefers to call it. Mr Littlefield thinks of these robots as pawns to be put in harm’s way without risking loss of life or great treasure. Likening them to the chessboard’s lowliest piece, however, is slightly misleading. They will eventually need enough artificial intelligence not to be outfoxed by the manoeuvrings of the world’s best submarine commanders. 

pawns:チェス ポーン将棋の歩(ふ)に当たるチェスの駒
in harm’s way:危険な場所に
great treasure:最高の宝物

Designing the software to do this has been hard, Mr Littlefield says. DARPA therefore asked video gamers for help. In 2011 the agency released “ACTUV Tactics Simulator”, a modified version of a game called “Dangerous Waters”, in which players chose the sensors for a Sea Hunter-like craft that they piloted to follow an enemy submarine. Having played, they repaid DARPA by uploading relevant data from their game sessions. These were analysed by the agency’s naval-warfare experts and tactics judged useful then programmed into the Sea Hunter’s software or passed on to contractors to improve the design of the ship. Even so, more advances are needed before the system can match an enemy submarine’s crew, according to Mr Carr. 




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対潜水艦戦 探しているが、見つけ出せるだろうか。 より静かな潜水艦の急増がそれらを追跡するための良い方法を作ることを海軍に強く求めている。

Anti-submarine warfare
Seek, but shall ye find?
A proliferation of quieter submarines is pushing navies to concoct better ways to track them
Aug 6th 2016 | From the print edition



DURING war games played off the coast of Florida last year, a nuclear-powered French attack submarine, Saphir, eluded America’s sub-hunting aircraft and vessels with enough stealth to sink (fictitiously) a newly overhauled American aircraft-carrier, Theodore Roosevelt, and most of her escort. An account of the drill on a French defence-ministry website was promptly deleted, but too late for it to go unnoticed. 

war game:作戦演習
played off:同点決勝戦をする

Nor was this French victory a fluke. In 2006, in what was very far from being a war game, a Chinese diesel-electric submarine surfaced near Okinawa within torpedo range of another American carrier, Kitty Hawk, without having been detected by that carrier’s escort of more than a dozen vessels and anti-submarine aircraft. And, from the point of view of carrier-deploying navies, things are threatening to get worse. Saphir, launched in 1981, hardly represents the state of the art in underwater undetectability; in the decade since the Okinawa incident diesel-electrics have become even quieter. For an inkling of the silence of the new generation of such subs when they are running on battery power alone, without their engines turning, Jerry Hendrix, a former anti-submarine operations officer on the Theodore Roosevelt, asks: “How loud is your flashlight?” 

within torpedo range:魚雷射程距離内
Saphir:サフィール級潜水艦 (さふぃーるきゅうせんすいかん、Saphir Class Submarines ) とは、フランス海軍が建造・保有した機雷敷設任務のための潜水艦のこと。6隻が竣工し、第二次世界大戦で活躍した。

Moreover, submarines are spreading. Since the cold war ended, the number of countries deploying them has risen from a dozen or so to about 40. Many of the newcomers are not part of the Western system of alliances. Some are actively hostile to it. And more may join them. A secondhand diesel-electric boat—not state of the art, admittedly, but effective nevertheless—can be had for as little as $350m. 

risen: [riz-uh n]
as little as:わずか・たった

Worse, for those trying to defend ships from submarine attack, Western powers have routinely cut anti-submarine spending since the end of the cold war. American carriers retired the S-3 Viking submarine-hunting warplane in 2009, leaving shorter-range helicopters to compensate. Since the Soviet Union’s demise the average surface escort of an American carrier has shrunk from six vessels to four. 


Modern submarines are not merely quieter than their predecessors, they are also better armed. Many carry anti-ship guided missiles as well as torpedoes. One such, the CM-708 UNB, was shown off by China in April. It packs a 155kg warhead and, after popping out of the water, flies at near the speed of sound for about 290km. An export version is available but, if you prefer, Russia’s submarine-launched Kalibr-PL missile offers a bigger warhead and a terminal sprint at Mach three. In December a submerged Russian submarine hit Islamic State targets in Syria with four similar missiles. 

terminal sprint:最終的な全速力

Potential adversaries operate or have ordered more submarines than Western powers could feasibly find and track with their existing defences. Even Iran has more than a dozen well-armed “midget” subs that hide in the shallows of the Persian Gulf, as well as three big Russian-made Kilo class diesel-electrics. Israel’s navy trains as if this trio carry the Kalibr-PL’s export variant, according to an Israeli expert. Countries which plan to arm submarines with that missile include China, India and Vietnam. The upshot is that many warships are in jeopardy and may only learn just how great that jeopardy is, says Alain Coldefy, a former vice-chief of France’s defence staff, once a missile is closing fast. 




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なぜ遺伝子治療薬はあんなに高いのか。(2) 英国銀行 後遺症の扱い 7年間での初めての金利の動きはBrexitによって引き起こされた金利低減である。

Pharma supporters will also point out that the price of Strimvelis is significantly lower than that of another therapy, Glybera, which was the first to be sold in Europe (for a genetic condition that causes a dangerously high amount of fat to build up in the blood system). At $1m, it was bought only once since it was introduced in 2012 and has been a commercial failure. The lesson from this, and one that loomed large in the pricing of Strimvelis, was that it is possible to charge too much—even for a cure. Drug companies are also trying to argue that the cost of cures for diseases need to be set against the overall benefit to the health-care system. The cost of treating ADA-SCID with an enzyme-replacement therapy can run into many hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. Nonetheless, with growing numbers of costly therapies of different kinds expected to arrive in the near future, there are worries about how health-care systems will afford them all. It isn’t all doom and gloom, however. Over time the cost of making these therapies will decline: patents will run out and labour-intensive parts of the process will be automated. It may also become possible to develop off-the shelf treatments one day. The process of industrialising gene therapies is only just beginning. 

loom large: 〔危険・心配などが〕大きく迫る[立ちはだかる]
doom and gloom:散々な目・将来に希望が持てない
run out:我慢が限界を超える


The Bank of England
Treating the hangover
The first interest-rate move in seven years is a Brexit-induced cut
Aug 6th 2016 | From the print edition


THE Bank of England had not changed base rates in seven years, but when it finally moved, it did so. In response to the low growth it expects in the wake of Brexit, it cut rates by a quarter point, to 0.25%, expanded its quantitative easing scheme and introduced a new funding scheme for banks. The move came on August 4th—three prime ministers, two disappointing European football championships and one referendum since the last wiggle in the rate. 

with a bang:華々しく・大きな音を立てて

The cut, when it finally came, was fully expected by markets and indeed looked overdue. In the days immediately after the Brexit vote, Mark Carney, the governor of the bank, hinted that the MPC would be ready to respond aggressively to the presumed economic blowback. Yet at its July meeting the MPC held fast while awaiting more data. The news since has been almost uniformly bad. Manufacturing, service-sector and construction activity all shrank sharply in July, the latter two at the fastest pace since 2009. Measures of economic confidence have also taken a tumble, and surveys of business reveal a broad pessimism across firms as orders from abroad dry up. The British economy seems destined to suffer through at least a mild recession. 

blowback:〔否定的な〕反応 〔外交の〕ブローバック◆アメリカのCIAの用語で、外交政策が原因となって自国にもたらされる予期できない負の結末。支持していた政権が自国に敵対的になってテロを仕掛けることなどを指す。
MPC:Monetary Policy Committee 金融政策委員会◆国営銀行であるイングランド銀行に属する。
held fast :固執する
taken a tumble:下降線をたどる・転倒

In responding to the danger, the bank opted to do more than cut rates. It will also restart quantitative easing (printing money to buy bonds). The MPC pledged to buy £60 billion ($80 billion) in government bonds and up to £10 billion in corporate bonds over the next 18 months. That is on top of the £375 billion of assets already purchased. Both measures are meant to keep credit taps open and provide a lifeline to firms; analysts expect bank lending to companies to contract in coming months. The new funding scheme is designed to help banks and building societies which might otherwise struggle to cut their lending rates in line with base rates. 

credit taps:与信枠の蛇口

Yet having warned before the referendum that monetary policy could only do so much to limit the damage from Brexit, Mr Carney will be hoping for co-operation from the government. Interest rates are already very low: a small business can borrow for 3.5% a year, for instance, down from 7% when the financial crisis hit. A bold new programme of public investment spending might do more to shore up both business confidence and demand than central-bank bond-buying. Unfortunately, Philip Hammond, the chancellor, seems to be in no rush: the government’s spending plans are not expected to change until October. A recession might be under way before fiscal stimulus begins working its way through the economy. 

shore up:補強する

Were this a typical recession, Britain’s best hope might be a rise in exports to the continent. The interest-rate cut should keep the downward pressure on sterling, and the European recovery continues to plod along. Yet European firms will be reluctant to spend more money in Britain until the future of its relationship with the EU is clearer. For now, Britons must sleep in the bed Leave voters have made—and hope the Remain campaign’s economic warnings prove excessively pessimistic. 

plod :ゆっくり進む



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ドナルドトランプの損害の大きな2週間(3) なぜ遺伝子治療薬はあんなに高いのか。

Rarely in recent times have America’s fact-based media, on the left and right, its politicians, its armed forces and citizens’ groups seemed so united, in a face-off between decency and rancour, as they do now. The accompanying baying of some of Mr Trump’s supporters reinforces the impression: at a rally in Nevada the mother of an air-force officer was jeered after asking his running-mate, Mike Pence, to speak up for the Khans. So, too, for the small but growing majority of Americans who like his record, did an intervention by Barack Obama on August 2nd. Calling Mr Trump “unfit to serve” as president, he urged Republicans to disown him. “There has to come a point”, he said, “at which you say somebody who makes those kinds of statements doesn’t have the judgment, the temperament, the understanding, to occupy the most powerful position in the world.” 

face-off :対決

The same day, Richard Hanna, a Republican congressman from New York, said he would vote for Mrs Clinton. “I think Trump is a national embarrassment,” he said. Hours later, a billionaire Republican donor, Meg Whitman, said she would vote for and donate heavily to Mrs Clinton and urge her network to do likewise. Though she disagreed with the Democratic nominee on some issues, she said, it was time “to put country first before party”. 


There is little to suggest that trickle will become a flood. The partisan division is too deep and the contest still too tight. Mr Trump looks able to rally his embittered, defiant supporters for a huge turnout; none of those in Mechanicsburg, it was depressing to note, admitted to giving a stuff about Mr Trump’s remarks to the Khans. To defeat him, Mrs Clinton would have to rally her supporters similarly. And it is unclear, not least given the low esteem in which many hold her, whether she will be able to do that. But this is a bad moment for Mr Trump, so a good one for America. 

giving a stuff:not give a stuff (英国用法, Australia) to care less about something, to not give a damn
not least:とりわけ


Why gene-therapy drugs are so expensive
Aug 3rd 2016, 23:46 BY N.L.


ON AUGUST 3rd the British pharmaceutical company GSK said that it would charge €594,000 ($665,000) for a gene-therapy cure for ADA-SCID—a severe immune disorder that is usually fatal in the first few years of life. A child born with ADA-SCID is unable to fight off everyday infections; Strimvelis has cured this in each of the 18 children it has been tested on over 15 years. Gene therapies work by delivering correct versions of DNA, usually using a virus as a vector. Once DNA is inside the cell, it produces the protein that was missing and the fault is fixed. Scientists have been trying to develop gene therapies for decades. Early work hit the buffers due to a series of unexpected cancers, the death of a young man during a trial, and some disappointing results. 

immune disorder:免疫異常障害

Much progress has been made since then and according to analysts at Datamonitor Healthcare the number of gene therapies in development has doubled since 2012. Last week, America’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) handed out “breakthrough” designations—intended to hasten the approval of important new treatments—to two gene therapies. One, made by Pfizer, a giant drugmaker, and Spark Therapeutics, a biotech company, is for haemophilia B, a rare bleeding disorder. The new drug to cure ADA-SCID was developed by scientists at the San Raffaele Telethon Institute for Gene Therapy, in Milan, with support from a charitable foundation. Given that the costs of developing Strimvelis were not paid by GSK, the pharmaceutical company that has bought the licence to sell this treatment, one might ask why its price is so high. 


One reason is that the process of making the drug is particularly labour-intensive because it is tailored to each patient (rather than being made once and pulled off the shelf). Stem cells are extracted from a patient’s bone marrow and over five days are painstakingly mingled with the virus that will introduce the correct version of the gene they need. After this, corrected stem cells are infused back into the patient. Another reason the therapy is costly is that it has been difficult to take a complex and experimental therapy and turn it into a reliable product of guaranteed quality that drug regulators will allow to be sold. GSK will also incur ongoing costs, as it must follow up with patients on this novel therapy for years. On top of all this, GSK will be selling into a tiny market. Annually, just 15 patients are diagnosed with the disorder across Europe. 




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In Pennsylvania, which he probably must win to gain the White House, he is trailing Mrs Clinton by an average of five points, as he is nationally. “I guess the polls have it sort of even,” is how he put this. He also claimed the polls understate his appeal: “It’s a little embarrassing, people don’t want to say they want to vote for me, but then they get into the booth and they say, ‘Is anyone looking? Boom, I’m taking Trump’!” But there is little evidence for these shy Trumpkins—or that Mr Trump believed his schtick. The speech that followed was even more rambling than usual, and peppered with personal gripes; the boasts were fewer, his haranguing of the media (“some of the most dishonest people”) went on for longer. 

sort of even:幾分イーブンな

At times, Mr Trump sounded deranged. Some of the negotiators he says he will commission to improve America’s trade terms “are horrible, horrible human beings”, he said. “Some of them don’t sleep at night, some of them turn and toss and sweat, they’re turning and tossing and sweating and it’s disgusting, and these are the people we want to negotiate for us, right?” Whose experience, actually, was he describing? With three months to the election, it is early days, and the contest looks close; yet Mr Trump’s campaign is a mess. In Mechanicsburg it was tempting to think he really had seen the writing on the wall. 

toss and turn: 〔眠れなくて〕ゴロゴロと寝返りを打つ

His troubles are in part the flipside of his vote-getting strategy. As an exercise in riling angry whites, his convention speech was masterful; Mr Trump’s lead over Mrs Clinton with high-school-educated whites swelled to almost 40 points in one poll. He could win this group more crushingly than any presidential candidate since Ronald Reagan in 1984. The problem is that, back then, no-college whites represented 62% of the electorate; now they represent around 34%. And Mr Trump’s raving depiction of America as a “divided crime scene” does not ring true to most other Americans. 

back then:その当時は
ring true:真実のように思える

By expanding his angry fan base, Mr Trump enjoyed a small post-convention boost, as newly-crowned nominees usually do. This gave him a small lead over Mrs Clinton in some polls. Yet, among the weeds, his ratings among non-whites and college-educated whites plunged. A poll by Gallup suggests that, for the first time ever recorded, the Republican convention repelled more voters than it attracted. Mr Trump now trails Mrs Clinton with college-educated whites, a group that has voted Republican since polling began, by a five-point margin. If Mr Trump cannot close that gap, he will probably lose. 

weeds:like weeds たくさん, 多数.

You might think this would have given a pragmatic tycoon, pursuing success with the focused greed of a truffle-hog, a moment’s pause. Yet the incontinence Mr Trump has displayed since the convention has been astounding. In particular, consider the fight he has picked with a pair of Pakistani-Americans, Khizr and Ghazala Khan, whose 27-year-old son, Humayun, was killed fighting for America in Iraq. 

truffle-hog: トリュフ豚◆トリュフを探すための豚。

Speaking at the Democratic convention in Philadelphia on July 28th, with his wife standing demurely beside him, Mr Khan noted that, had the ban Mr Trump swears to impose on foreign Muslims been in place, his son might never have come to America. “Donald Trump, you’re asking Americans to trust you with their future. Let me ask you: Have you even read the United States constitution?” said Mr Khan. “Have you ever been to Arlington cemetery? Go look at the graves of brave patriots who died defending the United States. You will see all faiths, genders and ethnicities. You have sacrificed nothing and no one.” 

demurely :控えめに

A “sane, competent” person (a standard Michael Bloomberg, in another memorable moment in Philadelphia, suggested his fellow-New Yorker does not meet) might have responded by praising the Khans and changing the subject. Mr Trump bit back, suggesting Mrs Khan had not delivered the speech because of her religion (“Maybe she wasn’t allowed to have anything to say”). He also protested that, as a hardworking builder, he too had “sacrificed”. Unfortunately for Mr Trump, Mrs Khan, in subsequent television interviews and a piece in the Washington Post, turned out to be almost as articulate as her husband; she had chosen not to speak, she said, because, as she had stood beneath a giant portrait of her dead child, her pain was too great. 

his fellow-New Yorker:トランプはここの出身

The row dominated America’s airwaves for almost a week, setting Mr Trump against veterans’ groups, the families of other dead servicemen and a parade of wretched-looking Republican leaders. The efforts of Mr Trump’s campaign team to quash it were hapless. Its spokeswoman claimed Mr Khan had died because of stringent rules of engagement introduced under Mr Obama; he was killed, in 2004, serving George W. Bush. 


Meanwhile, out of puerile spite, Mr Trump launched an assault on his disapproving party leadership, by refusing to endorse Senator John McCain, his predecessor in 2008, and Paul Ryan, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, in their forthcoming primary fights. He also implied, in an interview, that he would take revenge on his main rivals in the primaries, Ted Cruz and John Kasich, by backing their opponents. No wonder, despite an improvement in Mr Trump’s fundraising performance (in July he and his party raised $82m) there were reports of confusion in his campaign team. Its chief, Paul Manafort, was also linked to allegations that Mr Trump has an unhealthily high regard for Vladimir Putin; Mr Manafort previously worked for the pro-Putin former government of Ukraine. (In Mechanicsburg Mr Trump repeated his suggestion that Russia should keep annexed Crimea: “You want to have World War III to get it back?”) 


金曜日。今日はこれまで。トランプの失態のことをいろいろ論じている。トランプを支持する学歴のない白人はレーガンの頃ほど多くない。Pakistani-AmericansのKhizrとGhazala Khanの子息の戦死を批判したのは良くなかった。また、トランプがプーチンに病的なまでに肩入れしているのも批判している。

昨日は朝、裁判所に行って、昼はいつもの連中と会食。銀座のおにぎりカフェ。最高だった。午後から朝の3時頃まで、ぶっ通しで、US Grand Straregyの原稿を書いていた。次週の水曜日のテーマはすごい。気が付いたら朝の3時だったという感でだ。今日は本を書きたいが、この研修資料のビデオを少し手を入れたい。どれもが1時間以上もあるので、長すぎる。ではまた明日。

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