ニュースの中での Reckon

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The Economist
· No rain, slow gains: In the dry season, Nigeria’s army puts Boko Haram on the back foot  
Some reckon that 750 soldiers and police were killed in 2019, almost twice as many as have been killed in any other year of the war (the government withholds figures).
The Economist
· Haunted by Gwangju: South Korea debates a massacre of 40 years ago  
Abroad, many reckon the uprising and its suppression sowed the seeds of South Korean democracy.
FRANCE 24
· Taiwan urges Beijing to acknowledge Tiananmen crackdown  
Tsai said Beijing needed to confront the legacy of the incident, just as Taiwan had been forced to reckon with its own authoritarian past before its transition to democracy in the 1990s.
The Age
· V'landys versus Berejiklian in stadium showdown  
Some reckon the idea is the stuff of fantasy, especially in the fragile economic climate.
The New York Times
· White Person to White Person? You’re Doing It Wrong  
As we reckon with this, yet again, in the wake of George Floyd’s death, let’s try to be the friends our communities of color deserve.
The New York Times
· DealBook: Is This the Next Big Deal to Fall Apart?  
As the business world reckons with discrimination and racism, investment firms are doing what they know to address the issue: raising new funds meant to help disadvantaged groups.
FRANCE 24
· Nigeria's Nollywood gets creative in response to Covid-19  
Distributors reckon some 50,000 jobs are under threat since the sector juddered to a halt.
The Guardian
· Can Joe Biden convince protesters he would be a 'transformational' president?  
As the nation reckons with its history, so too must Biden, said Keneshia Grant, a political science professor at Howard University.
The Guardian
· Then and now: rising through crisis will always be England's rugby ritual  
Burton said he had previously had reservations about some of his teammates, not least Larter and Ralston who, he reckoned, lacked the devil for Test rugby.