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Many in Europe are breathing a sigh of relief after centrist Emmanuel Macron defeated far-right populist Marine Le Pen in France’s presidential election yesterday. With Brexit’s implementation pending, Le Pen’s platform raised the specter of a “Frexit” referendum and France joining the outbound queue. With the survival of Europe assured for now, the remaining cause for anxiety from the weekend is the publication by the online profile EMLEAKS of nine gigabytes of Macron’s sensitive campaign communications on the eve of the vote. Why and on behalf of whom were the hackers meddling in democratic elections — and where will they strike next? These are questions for not only France but also all democratic nations. 

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For far too long, North Korea has taken Americans hostage to use as bargaining chips. Trump admin should put a stop to this once and for all.



Europe
Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron defeated the far-right populist candidate Marine Le Pen in yesterday’s French presidential election with 66.1 percent of the vote to Le Pen’s 33.9 percent. Voter turnout was the lowest in a presidential contest in decades, and nearly 10 percent of voters either voted for neither candidate or submitted a tampered ballot in an act of protest.

Those who are trying to draw parallels between yesterday’s election in France with the US presidential election need to be careful. For starters, far-right populist candidate Marine Le Pen is no friend of conservatism and more closely resembles “the left’s caricature of Trump come to life,” while the centrist Emmanuel Macron is no Hillary Clinton, argues Rohac in a Fox News op-ed. Le Pen’s defeat gives France a bit of relief, but that is not to say that Macron’s decisive victory on Sunday is a cause for celebration. Just like in the case of former President Barack Obama, Macron’s biggest strength — that people on the left and right are able to project their own ideas of hope and renewal on him — might easily become his biggest weakness. Read why here.


Yesterday’s presidential contest in France was the most important election across the Atlantic since the Brexit vote last June. Le Pen drew support in part because of her promise to hold a “Frexit” referendum on France’s membership in the European Union. Perhaps French voters should look across the English Channel for some insight into what leaving the EU actually entails. As Rohac writes in his latest AEIdeas blog, delusions over the UK’s departure from the European Union are “coming home to roost.” British citizens are beginning to realize that being outside the EU and thus the single market carries consequences — such as the need to embark on tedious and technical trade negotiations. Such hurdles are not a “punishment” by those nations remaining in the EU, but simply a consequence of last year’s referendum. Read more here.


The same conservatives and liberals who criticize the EU for overreach and inefficiencies rarely propose constructive reforms to replace them. In a new AEI report,Rohac and Federico Ottavio Reho make the case for a series of reforms to the EU emphasizing the conservative tradition of international federalism. In practice, their suggestions would strengthen the EU in essential areas, such as defense and border security, while repatriating a long list of more limited powers back to the member states.Read the full report here.



East Asia
Moon Jae-in, the liberal nominee of the Minjoo Party, is expected to win tomorrow’s presidential contest in South Korea. Moon, a former human rights lawyer, has proposed a softening of relations with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un and has stated his opposition to the deployment of US Terminal High Altitude Area Defense missile system, or THAAD, to deter North Korean ballistic and nuclear missile capabilities.
Tomorrow, South Koreans will head to the polls to elect a new president after South Korea’s Constitutional Court voted unanimously to remove Park Geun-hye from office on corruption charges earlier this year. With Kim Jong-un flexing his nuclear and ballistic muscles like never before, South Koreans face an important test. Stay tuned for the release of Dan Blumenthal’s latest In 60 Seconds video tomorrow, in which he’ll break down the results of the election.

A quick review of the Trump approach to North Korea reveals anything but the passivity of the previous administration, contends Blumenthal in a National Interest op-ed. Between ongoing shows of force in northeast Asia, such as the arrival of the USS Carl Vinson Strike Group, and the return of a US military willing to use force — as seen with the airstrikes in Syria — the pressure on the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) has never been greater. Read what else President Trump is doing to rein in the DPRK here.


President Trump caused a stir last week when he extended a White House invitation to Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, whose antinarcotic campaign has led to thousands of extrajudicial killings. But the US and the Philippines are longtime allies, and President Trump’s invitation could be an attempt to pull Duterte back into the US fold in the face of China’s aggression in the South China Sea. If a White House meeting could return the US-Philippines alliance to pre-Duterte strength, it would be worth the cost. Although, as Michael Mazza argues in a Forbes op-ed, winning back the favor of Duterte may take a whole lot more than an invite to Washington. Read why here.


Trump is not the first US president to change course on his foreign policy, but he has set a new land speed record for doing so regarding Beijing. In an AEIdeas blog, Gary J. Schmitt outlines Trump’s sporadic China policy, writing, “President Trump put aside his promise to declare the PRC a currency manipulator, declared support for the “One China” policy (after seemingly the flimsiest of discussions), invited Chinese President Xi for a state visit, entertained him at his luxury resort in Florida, and turned to Beijing to help him solve the problem of North Korea’s nuclear weapons program.” Read more here.



Defense
Last week, Congress approved $15 billion in additional defense-related spending, which was approximately half of what President Trump requested, as part of a larger deal to keep the federal government funded through September of this year.
The Pentagon has confirmed it will send the Army’s Dagger Brigade to Europe this September in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve, the American military’s response to Russian meddling in Ukraine. After multiple visits to study Dagger Brigade’s deployment preparation, Thomas Donnelly and James Cunningham detail their on-the-ground observations of the unit’s readiness in their first report in a news series on the US military’s readiness crisis. A lack of equipment and spare parts are major concerns, but by far the biggest hurdle is ever-changing personnel. With 4 percent of the brigade’s personnel changing every month, Dagger’s officers work tirelessly to keep troops trained and personnel slots filled. Personnel metrics measure the total number of soldiers in the brigade but not necessarily their availability to train or whether their training and skill sets are matched with the right position. So, while Dagger has a full set of personnel — it has more soldiers than available roles — it does not have enough healthy, properly assigned soldiers to fill out its tank, artillery, or other crews at each stage of training. Read the full report here.


For a briefer description of the readiness crisis Donnelly and Cunningham found plaguing Dagger Brigade’s ranks, read their recent op-ed in the Wall Street Journalhere.



Turkey
Aides to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with Chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Joseph Dunford this past Friday to prepare for Turkish President Erdogan's visit to the White House next week. This past Thursday, Turkey joined Russia and Iran in signing an agreement establishing four de-escalation zones in Syria. US representatives were present for the talks but did not actively participate, and they expressed serious concerns over Iran’s role as a guarantor under the agreement. Russia’s envoy said the agreement disallows US anti-ISIS sorties, but US officials noted their anti-ISIS campaign will continue.
Controversy still surrounds last summer’s abortive coup in Turkey. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan subsequently called it “a gift from God” and used the coup as an excuse to crackdown on tens of thousands of opponents from across the political spectrum. In a recent AEIdeas blog, Michael Rubin shares evidence suggesting Erdogan may in fact have had a hand in staging the coup. Read more here.


Turkish air strikes killed 30 US-backed Kurds in northern Syria in late April, and threatening remarks from high-level Turkish officials aimed at US and allied Kurds have become routine. As Rubin points out in an AEIdeas blog, incitement matters, and it may be only a matter of time before a Turkish soldier decides to shoot at an American in the belief he is defending Turkey’s honor or fulfilling the unspoken desire of Erdogan.Continue here.



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Critics of the current administration have lambasted President Trump for engaging other world leaders such as the Philippines’ Rodrigo Duterte, Egypt’s Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, and Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan. But is it actually unprecedented for a US president to engage with authoritarian strongmen? Watch Marc A. Thiessen tackle this question in a recent appearance on Fox News’ “The Story with Martha Maccallum.” Watch it here.

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The first 100 days are in the books. Not surprisingly, those who voted to elect Trump remain overjoyed while many folks who didn’t are up in arms over the president’s performance. President Trump captured the White House in part by promising to rip up bad deals, minimize America’s global presence, and pursue a foreign policy that put “America first.” A common refrain is that Trump’s inability to pursue these aims is because of Washington “winning” the power struggle thus far. But another explanation is possible. Perhaps Trump simply has the breadth to set aside fixed tropes, face the world as it is, and rely on the advice of an evolving — but nonetheless talented — foreign policy team. Whether the policies of the first 100 days are because of Trump’s learning on the job or Washington’s “winning” remains to be seen. 

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Trump at 100 days
President Donald Trump completed his 100th day in office this past Saturday.
Marc A. Thiessen weighed in on the president’s performance thus far in a Washington Post op-ed, and his advice is simple: “Forget the critics, Mr. President. Your first 100 days have been just fine.” Along with removing debilitating Obama-era regulations and enforcing his predecessor’s red line in Syria, Trump has accomplished something else in his first 100 days that is more significant than what any president in recent memory has done; that is, the confirmation of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Read more here.


On foreign policy, candidate Trump promised little ideology and plenty of anecdote-driven reactionism. Not enough jobs? Get ’em back. Terrible Iran deal? Tear it up. Allies free riding on US defense largesse? Send ’em a bill. Fighting unnecessary wars? Stop. Far from a doctrine, Trump offered a smorgasbord of retorts and one-liners that added up to what many worried would be a dangerous isolationist, protectionist era in US politics. But 100 days into his term, as Danielle Pletka argues in a Washington Post op-ed, the president is a man who is owning his burdens, wants to rebuild the United States’ deterrent power, is shocked by the horrors of war, and is game to push back on enemies. All to the good. Keep reading here.


To catch Pletka go into further detail on the first 100 days of the Trump era, watch her appearance on yesterday’s episode of NBC’s “Meet the Press” here.



Asia
On Monday, North Korea declared its intention to continue its nuclear weapons program “to the maximum” after conducting a ballistic missile test this past Saturday. US National Security Adviser H. R. McMaster reaffirmed the US’s intention to pay for a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense antiballistic missile system for South Korea during a phone call with Korean officials on Sunday following earlier remarks by President Trump that raised uncertainties over funding.
China’s gains in military strength relative to the US are not because of it becoming wealthier than the United States. In terms of available wealth, the United States is in fact significantly outpacing the Chinese economy. Dan Blumenthal argues in a Real Clear World op-ed that any appearance of China racing ahead in military capabilities is because Beijing has taken advantage of America’s unwillingness to deal with our domestic fiscal problems and allocate sufficient funds for our common defense. Read more here.


In recent weeks, all eyes have been on the looming showdown between the United States and North Korea. But the Korean peninsula is not Asia’s sole nuclear hotspot, nor is the Beijing-Pyongyang relationship the region’s only malign axis, concludesMichael Mazza in a Hill op-ed. China’s relationship with Pakistan has done, and continues to do, real harm to US interests. Not to mention Pakistan has a nuclear arsenal that experts say consists of more than 100 warheads. Learn more here.


Some have argued that the actions of US hard-liners in the early 2000s torpedoed progress made under the Clinton administration to solve the North Korean nuclear problem. In a Washington Post op-ed, John R. Bolton dismisses this argument by explaining how rogue regimes have actually used counter-proliferation agreements as camouflage for further illicit nuclear and ballistic-missile activity, and how, unfortunately, gullible Americans have fallen for the ploy, focusing on the written “obligations” rather than the proliferators’ actual conduct. Read further here.


For more on North Korea’s provocative behavior, watch Michael Auslin on Fox News’ “America’s News Headquarters” here.


Last Friday, British Prime Minister Theresa May sat down with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in London. In a Telegraph op-ed, Auslin explains what an Anglo-Japanese partnership could achieve, including a bilateral free trade agreement and enhanced maritime security activities in the East and South China Seas. Read the full piece here.


IN THE NEWS: Over the weekend, President Trump invited the controversial Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte, who suggested as recently as last fall that all US forces must leave the Philippines, to the White House. Revisit Mazza’s China-US Focus op-edfrom last fall, in which he outlines the threat Duterte poses to the US-Filipino alliance.Read it here.



Middle East
This Wednesday, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is scheduled to meet with President Donald Trump at the White House. The two are expected to discuss prospects for Middle East peace.
On April 18, the State Department announced that Iran was in compliance with its commitments under the Iran nuclear deal. Bolton and Paula A. DeSutter argue in a Washington Times op-ed that declaring Tehran in compliance was a fundamental mistake. The Trump administration is not deserving of the blame though, for it was Obama-era negotiators who secured an “inherently unverifiable,” vaguely written, and internally contradictory agreement that is the precise opposite of how arms agreements should be reached. Keep reading here.


Paul Wolfowitz sat down with Politico’s Susan Glasser to discuss the Trump administration’s policies in the Middle East thus far. Wolfowitz compares the current debate over what to do in Syria with the situation in the Balkans in the 1990s. After years of dithering, Clinton’s decision to finally use military force in Bosnia in 1995 fundamentally changed the political calculous on the ground and made the Dayton Peace Accords possible. Listen to the full interview here.


Independent observers have deemed Turkey’s April 16 referendum to be neither free nor fair. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will use his newly acquired powers to influence NATO and to undermine western interests. Michael Rubin writes in a National Review op-ed, “Ironically, as Erdogan seizes the power to guide Turkey from the West and toward a broader partnership with Russia, the problem for the United States is not that Turkey could leave NATO but that it might not. NATO is run by consensus, and Turkey could act as a Trojan horse, paralyzing all decision-making and effectiveness. NATO has no mechanism to expel a member that drifts away from the alliance’s political or democratic norms. Read the full piece here.



Venezuela
On Friday, Venezuelan officials notified the Organization of American States’ Secretary General Luis Almagro of its intention to begin the two-year withdrawal process from the organization. Meanwhile, amid growing protests, Venezuelan President Nicholas Maduro raised the national minimum wage 60 percent yesterday in an effort to combat hyperinflation taking place throughout the country.
As the democratic protests in Venezuela continue, it is clear that Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his corrupt socialist regime are bound for destruction. The only question is whether other nations will stand by as he attempts to take the rest of Venezuela down with him. In a Washington Examiner op-ed, Roger F. Noriega explains what additional steps the Trump administration can take to help bring this crisis to an end. Read it here.



Europe
This Sunday, far-right populist Marine Le Pen will face centrist Emmanuel Macron in a runoff presidential election in what is being hailed as the most important election for France in generations.
No doubt there are certain parallels between the US presidential contest last fall and the upcoming French presidential runoff election this Sunday between far-right populist Marine Le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron. Donald Trump has hinted that he prefers Le Pen on social media. But, as Thiessen argues in his latest AEIdeas blog, Trump would be wise to keep his distance from her. Read why here.


Dalibor Rohac explains what is at stake in Sunday’s vote in his latest In 60 Seconds video. Watch it here.


FROM THE ARCHIVE: The member countries of the European Union excluding Great Britain, now referred to as the “EU27,” showed remarkable unanimity this past Saturday in approving the guidelines for the upcoming Brexit negotiations. Nonetheless, this “divorce” will likely be painful and tricky from here on out. Revisit Rohac’s podcast interview for AEI’s Banter series from last June in which Rohac discusses why the reality of Brexit will not be as rosy as Leave campaigners first suggested. Listen here.



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ΟΡΓΑΝΩΜΕΝΟ ΔΙΑΧΡΟΝΙΚΟ ΣΧΕΔΙΟ ΚΑΤΑΣΤΡΟΦΗΣ ΤΟΥ ΠΡΑΣΙΝΟΥ ΒΑΡΥΜΠΟΜΠΗΣ-ΠΑΡΝΗΘΑΣ ΑΠΟ ΠΑΣΙΓΝΩΣΤΟΥΣ ΕΓΚΛΗΜΑΤΙΕΣ ΓΗΣ

Το έχω γράψει πολλές φορές και θα το γράψω και τώρα που καίγεται η Βαρυμπόμπη. Το ήξερα, το περίμενα. Οι καταπατητές της περιοχής που δρούν εδώ και δεκάδες χρόνια ανενόχλητοι στην περιοχή της Βαρυμπόμπης δεν έχουν σταματημό, ΑΦΟΥ ΔΕΝ ΕΧΟΥΝ ΚΑΝΕΝΑ ΕΛΕΓΧΟ.

Θέλοντας να πουλήσουν ό,τι ακόμα προλάβουν και ιδιαίτερα «ΔΙΑ ΛΟΓΟΥ» χωρίς συμβόλαια και νόμιμες διαδικασίες, δεν θα αφήσουν ούτε ένα χλωρό φύλλο ούτε στην Βαρυμπόμπη ούτε στην Πάρνηθα. Αυτό που τους εμποδίζει είναι ο χαρακτηρισμός «δασικά» των εκτάσεων και αυτόν θα πολεμήσουν με τον δικό τους «μοναδικό» τρόπο. Οι «κωφοί» του τόπου, τα πουλημένα τομάρια που συναινούν δια της σιωπής τους, ή «μυξοκλαίνε» για τα καμένα δάση έχουν τεράστια ευθύνη. Κανείς δεν τους πιστεύει πια και η Πάρνηθα είναι ΚΑΤΑΔΙΚΑΣΜΕΝΗ αν δεν γίνει κάτι. Από ποιους; Μόνο στον Δένδια έχω αυτή την στιγμή εμπιστοσύνη, σε κανέναν άλλον. Όλα στον τόπο μου ΕΧΟΥΝ ΞΕΠΟΥΛΗΘΕΙ εδώ και 30 χρόνια. Αποχαιρετήστε για πάντα την Πάρνηθα ΑΝ Ο ΝΟΜΟΣ ΔΕΝ ΞΕΚΙΝΗΣΕΙ ΕΔΩ ΚΑΙ ΤΩΡΑ ΕΛΕΓΧΟ ΣΤΙΣ ΠΩΛΗΣΕΙΣ ΤΗΣ ΒΑΡΥΜΠΟΜΠΗΣ, ποιοι τις κάνουν, με ποιο τρόπο, ποιοι ενέχονται, τι περιουσίες έχουν αποκτήσει, πως πουλάνε, τι έχει απομείνει για να πωληθεί.

Και μόνο αν η ΔΙΚΑΙΟΣΥΝΗ κινηθεί ΑΜΕΣΩΣ. Αλλιώς, η Πάρνηθα είναι ήδη ΧΘΕΣ. Όπως και η Βαρυμπόμπη.

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