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外交学院翻译硕士真题

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作为拥有五千年文明积淀的东方大国,中国人历来崇尚以和为贵,从来就没有对外扩张的基因。600多年前,郑和率领当时世界上最强大的船队七次远航太平洋和西印度洋,到访30多个国家和地区,没有侵占一寸土地。

这对于当年热衷于殖民扩张的西方国家来说,简直是不可思议,但中国确实做到了。更何况生活在全球化的今天,和平、发展、合作、共赢已是时代潮流,再搞侵略扩张那一套早已此路不通。因此,我们不会也不可能重蹈历史覆辙,而是立志走出一条全新的道路。

中国走的是一条合作共赢之路。博施众利、兼济天下是中国人几千年来培育起来的传统理念,我们从精神深处不接受弱肉强食、赢者通吃的丛林法则。在中国与周边国家上千年的交往中,我们始终是怀柔远仁,厚往薄来。大量历史事实可以证明这点。

在古代丝绸之路上,我们秉持的就是开放包容,互利共赢。40年前,中国开启的改革开放征程,旨在同世界各国相互交融,合作发展。5年前,习近平主席提出共建一带一路重大倡议,如今已成为国际上最受欢迎的合作平台。

近代以来,中国曾尝试引进过各种外来制度,叫做西学中用,但都水土不服,无法生根。最后还是在中国共产党的领导下,找到了既适应中国国情又契合时代潮流的发展道路,取得了巨大成功。

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二、翻译(120分)

    Margaret Thatcher saw herself, and was seen, as an essential partner of two American presidents. She stoutly defended nuclear deterrence when she thought her friend and ideological soulmate, Ronald Reagan, was getting carried away in talks with the Russians.Tony Blair pushed NATO and Bill Clinton into military action in Kosovo. Ill-fated though the later invasion of Iraq proved, Mr. Blair was never an American poodle. He believed that Britain should be in the first rank of countries prepared to counter the threat of Saddam Hussein’s supposed weapons of mass destruction. Even the maligned Gordon Brown co-ordinated theinter national response to the financial crash of 2008.

    The history of economics has been, among other things, a story of learning to care less about land. The physiocrats of 18th-century France saw it as the primary guarantor of wealth. Adam Smith included it alongside labour and capital as one of the three factors of production that combined to generate output. A little later Thomas Malthus saw its innate scarcity as ensuring eventual catastrophe in the face of exponential population growth. Instead of succumbing to catastrophe Western countries found ways to work around land’s scarcity, some of them ingenious — skyscrapers, artificial fertiliser, railways, suburbs — and some nefarious — dispossessing the oppressed and colonised. Improved transport allowed land farther off to do the work that land close at hand had done before, whether by producing crops half way round the world or housing workers out in the suburbs.(蓝字部分命题时作了修改,用更基础的词汇降低了难度。)

    In a surprise televised address on Tuesday night, Modi said the demonetisation of India’s highest-value banknotes, worth about £6 and £12, would start from midnight. The move is an effort to close down the booming economy of untaxed cashtransactions, which allows corruption, the funding of terrorist groups, and keeps counterfeit notes in circulation. Addressing the nation, Modi said: “The exchange of 500 and 1,000 rupee notes being tendered as currency will bestopped from today. Black marketeers and traitors who use black money will notbe able to move large amounts of money and 500 and 1,000 rupee notes will become worthless pieces of paper. Those citizens earning honestly and with hardwork, their interests will be protected.”

    The decision to delay the leadership election nearly two weeks and possibly put up a challenger to Pelosi is a sign of how deeply Democrats are soul-searching after last week’s election that saw Republicans win control of the White House and retain its majority in the Senate and House. While Pelosi became the first female speaker of the House in 2006 and had a huge hand in winning passage of the Affordable Care Act, Democrats have never fully recovered under her leadership from losing 63 seats in the 2010 midterm election. They have remained in the minority ever since.

    Trump galvanized white voters without college degrees, particularly in the Rust Belt; Clinton’s team calculated that this bloc was a lost cause and could be ignored in favor of focusing on her base and trying topersuade white-collar voters she was the less risky choice. Bill Clinton reportedly agitated for the campaign to pay more attention to the “bubbas” that had oncebeen his base, only to be rebuffed by a campaign staff that believed his worldview was out of date.

 


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