Sunday, January 31, 2016

Арслантайхан уу эрээн авдраа хө

Арслантайхан уу эрээн авдраа болбол доо
Алхан чиг алтан чиг хээгээр хашсан чиг юмаа хө
Ай шинэхэн чиг ханилсан чи бидэн хоёроо
Дөлтэйхэн халуухан голомтныхоо хоймортоо
Дөрвөн их хүчтэнээ байлгаюу гэсэн юмаа хө
Сосорбарам - Арслантай авдар

Зургийг Ц.Ядамжавын "Монгол ардын хээ угалзын эх дүрсүүд" цомгоос авав

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Failure to anticipate effectively

from Thomas Schelling's foreword to "Pearl Harbor: Warning and Decision" by Roberta Wohlstetter

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

"digging beneath the surface differences"

“There is no doubt that what I retained in my politics is a sense that the only way I could have a sturdy sense of identity of who I was depended on digging beneath the surface differences of people,” Obama said during an interview. “The only way my life makes sense is if, regardless of culture, race, religion, tribe, there is this commonality, these essential human truths and passions and hopes and moral precepts that are universal. And that we can reach out beyond our differences. If that is not the case, then it is pretty hard for me to make sense of my life. So that is at the core of who I am.”
from "Barack Obama: The Story" by David Maraniss

Тvvхийн Шижим

"U.S. Recognition Urged For Outer Mongolia" by Justice Douglas (written on September 29, 1961 - a month later on October 27, 1961 Mongolia became a member of UN)

+ "Монголчуудын сэтгэлгээ нээлттэй хэвээр ажээ"

+ "Mongolia and the United Nations - 6 decades and counting"


“I have to say at the risk of blasphemy that I found the Supreme Court an unimpressive institution,” [Richard Posner] wrote. “I was stunned to discover that Supreme Court Justices didn’t write all their own judicial opinions ([Justice William O.] Douglas did—and his were the weakest, though not because he was dumb—rather because he was bored)
"Rhetoric and Law: The double life of Richard Posner, America’s most contentious legal reformer"