Listening to George Orwell Animal Farm live on Radio Four now. Fantastic and quite comparable to what happened recently.
Share with you all. Don't know if you can hear it in Vietnam?
On the train to work, still night outside. Don't know why thinking about the days few weeks ago at the end of the year staying in France. Around Parcde Sceaux and the beautiful mansions where I wandered with my son after a stroll in the Parc the nice old roads. We were finding for some chocolate for the party at night in a family, the daughter was a class mate of our son. Oh sweet memories.
The Economist this week
Highlights from the latest issue
Our cover this week assesses the fallout from the killing of Qassem Suleimani on the orders of President Donald Trump. In a part of the world that has lost the power to shock, the audacious assassination of Iran’s most important general sent the country reeling. Ridding the Middle East of a baleful individual and forcing Iran to curb its aggression really would be worthwhile achievements. In the coming months, that may indeed be how things turn out. The trouble is that nobody, including Mr Trump, can count on it. The balance of power in the Middle East and Iran’s pursuit of a nuclear bomb are at stake.
Zanny Minton Beddoes, Editor-in-Chief
And some comments on MSN
Dr Sanguine SunriseLeader
Low tech ballistic missiles tossed in the general region of US operations - it's PATHETIC, Iran launches 22 missiles and no casualties confirmed. US - One drone attack, one devastating and precise kill. Of course Iranian TV will say it has killed 2milion US soldier's, but the truth is Iran's military tech is poor, it's reach is poor, this is a demonstration of futility.