Chaos в новостях
|chaos theory||Теория хаоса|
|ensuing chaos||Последующий хаос|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· US attorney general blames protest violence on ‘far-left extremists’ →
Earlier Minnesota Governor Tim Walz said intelligence pointed to groups of anarchists, rival narcotics gangs, and white supremacists deliberately fomenting violence and chaos, many of them from outside the city.
The New York Times
· A Timeline of the George Floyd Protests: Latest Updates →
After four nights of chaos in Minneapolis, Mr. Frey called on people to stay home.
· Cybersecurity, DIY and gaming to come up trumps in FTSE reshuffle →
In the light of such chaos, the only surprise is that there isn’t more turnover.
· 'Insanity outside the White House': George Floyd protesters clash with Secret Service in Washington DC →
The Secret Service has clashed with crowds of protesters outside the White House, with reports of people being pepper sprayed and thrown to the ground amid the chaos.
· Minnesota governor and mayors blame out-of-state agitators for violence and destruction →
As Jason Johnson, a politics and journalism professor at Morgan State University, argued, anarchists and “opportunistic criminals” often take advantage of these moments to break into stores or sow chaos.
· F1 season to open in Austria on July 5 →
The F1 season was thrown into chaos with the cancellation of the traditional curtain-raising Australian Grand Prix in March only hours before practice was due to begin.
· Minneapolis overwhelmed again by protests over Floyd death →
Fires burned unchecked and thousands protesting the police killing of George Floyd ignored a curfew as unrest overwhelmed authorities for another night in Minneapolis, and the governor acknowledged Saturday that he didn't have enough manpower to contain the chaos.
· Trump threatens protesters with ‘vicious dogs’ and ‘most ominous weapons’ as nation braces for more violence →
Army primed to send in military police if chaos escalates
The New York Times
· The Case Against Riots →
For liberals, meanwhile, or anyone committed to reform without revolution, recognizing how the politics of riots usually play out imposes a special burden to forestall and contain them — and when that isn’t possible, to clearly distinguish the higher cause from the chaos trailing in its wake.