Tamara PimentelAPTN NewsThe dogs are ready to run.“These dogs love it,” said Canzada Maruskie, dog musher. “If they couldn’t run they wouldn’t have anything to do at that point, they love what they are doing.”So do their owners.The Maruskie family traveled over 3,600 kilometres from Alaska to be at the South Slave Arctic Winter Games.They’ve also been doing it for a while and picked up a few things along the way.“We don’t feed them the morning before the race, pretty much the only thing that we do differently,” said Zachary Maruskie. “Some mushers probably do that too. It’s just so they don’t poop on the trail.”However, some issues came up they couldn’t account for.A minimum of four teams are needed for dog sledding at the games, according to the official rules.In 2016, host Greendland didn’t offer the sport.But it appears the games are making an exception this year with only two teams entered.“We are already prepared, we already paid, we got sponsors, we got all this stuff to do, you can’t just cancel it at the last minute,” said Scott Maruskie.firstname.lastname@example.org
Rabat – The Spanish government delegate in Ceuta, Salvadora Mateos, has urged domestic workers to “regulate their situation” in order to cross the Morocco-Spain border at Ceuta.In a statement to the press on Tuesday, Mateos stated that new restrictions, which require locals to provide proof of work or residence do not violate the Schengen visa agreement which allows domestic workers and Moroccans who live less than 40 kilometers from Ceuta to enter the city without restriction.Spanish media reported, however, that Mateos is concerned for domestic workers and nearby residents, who can now be asked for proof of work or residence when entering Ceuta. Read Also: El Othmani, Sanchez Discuss Migration Projects, Seasonal Workers in SpainBut she explained that the move is aimed to end undocumented migration, because many cross the border with Moroccan passports and many Moroccans and Algerians enter Spain as unaccompanied foreign minors.Mateos said that the “Smart Border,” to be installed within three months, will better manage entries and exits. With high numbers of people crossing the border, police have not been able to efficiently process them.The Development Society of Ceuta (Procesa) estimated that 20,000 Moroccans enter the Spanish enclave every day. Only 1,314 people are registered under social security as domestic employees. Many of them made their work status regular in just the last two years.In 2017, 197 domestic workers regularized their status, and in the first 11 months of 2018, 286 did.
Said Djinnit, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative for West Africa, arrived in Conakry, Guinea’s capital, on Saturday as part of a joint delegation with officials from the African Union (AU) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).The delegation met with the two candidates in the run-off round, Cellou Dalein Diallo and Alpha Conde, as well as with the President of the National Transitional Council, the country’s two vice-presidents and local representatives of the International Contact Group on Guinea.Today they are scheduled to meet the Independent National Electoral Commission (known by the French acronym CENI) and other officials.Delegation members are calling for the holding of the run-off round, which was previously scheduled to take place yesterday, within the shortest realistic timeframe, while insisting that all conditions for peaceful and free and fair elections must be met, according to information released by Mr. Djinnit’s office.Guinea’s electoral authorities had cited technical reasons when they called off the ballot last week.Mr. Diallo and Mr. Conde told the delegation that they deplored the deadly clashes earlier this month in Conakry and reiterated their commitment to an agreed protocol on peaceful campaigning. That agreement was signed in the presence of Burkina Faso’s President Blaise Compaoré, ECOWAS’ mediator for Guinea, on 3 September.On Friday, the Security Council said that the holding peaceful, free and fair elections is vital to re-establishing constitutional order in Guinea and voiced regret at the postponement of the election.“The members of the Security Council regretted the postponement of the second round of the presidential elections and urged the Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI) to set a new date and organize it as soon as possible,” Ambassador Ertugrul Apakan of Turkey, which holds the Council presidency this month, said in a statement read out to the press.The statement followed a closed-door meeting of the Council on the latest developments in Guinea, where clashes in Conakry claimed at least one life and injured dozens of others. The head of CENI, Ben Sekou Sylla died overnight on 13 September, a week after he was convicted of falsifying results in the first round of the presidential ballot held in June, in which Mr. Diallo and Mr. Conde scored the highest number of votes among 24 candidates.Many observers have said these presidential elections could be the first free and fair polls held in Guinea since it gained independence in 1958. 20 September 2010A senior United Nations official is holding consultations today in Guinea with key officials as part of an international effort to resolve the tensions surrounding the deferral of the country’s second round of presidential elections.
The Raptors though seemed thoroughly comfortable in the moment. While the Warriors hadn’t played in 10 days after sweeping Portland in the west finals, Toronto rode the momentum of four straight wins against Milwaukee in the Eastern finals, cobbling together a 10-point lead in the first half, and stretching it to 12 by the third quarter. The Raptors led 88-81 with one quarter left.Golden State pulled to within three early in the fourth. But when Lowry hurled a long pass to Siakam for an easy basket, it put Toronto up by seven. Green’s three-pointer with 7:31 to play made it a 12-point game, and brought the delighted capacity crowd of 19,983 fans, including golfer Bubba Watson, out of their seats.The Raptors matched the Warriors virtually shot for shot down the stretch, and when VanVeet’s long jumper circled around the rim, as the crowd held its collective breath, before dropping with 3:21 to play, Toronto went back up by a dozen.Golden State would pull to within seven with just over a minute to play, but the win was already well in hand. Lowry drilled an icing-on-the-cake three with 30 seconds to play and the crowed erupted.“Our goal was to get one (in Toronto) and it’s still on the table for us,” Warriors guard Klay Thomspon said. “I know we’ll respond like the champions we are.”Drake, who’s been a lightning rod in the post-season for his on-court antics, came dressed in a No. 30 Dell Curry jersey. Dell (Steph Curry’s dad) played for the Raptors from 1999 to 2002.Siakam’s points were the most by a player 25 or younger in their Finals debut since 2012 (Kevin Durant, 36 points for Oklahoma City).It was a night of firsts. The first NBA Finals for the Raptors, a story 24 years in the writing. It’s was the first NBA Finals game held outside the United States, and so the first time “O Canada” was sung at an NBA Finals – performed by The Tenors. The celebratory Scotiabank Arena fans were so loud, they entirely drowned out the Tenors by the anthem’s final few words.Jordan Smith, winner of Season 9 of “The Voice,” sang the U.S. national anthem.According to several online ticket agencies, it was the most expensive Game 1 in NBA history. The average resale price was about US$1,360, almost double the average price of last season’s Game 1 between the Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers.Every logo in Raptors history was splashed across the giveaway T-shirts.Lowry said it was the loudest he had ever heard the building.“It was pretty crazy in there tonight,” he said. “We’ve got the best fans in the NBA and they’re just showing it every single night.”Six Raptors scored in a first quarter that saw Toronto race out to a seven-point lead. A running dunk by Thompson capped an 8-0 Warriors run that had the visitors up by a point. Toronto replied with a 7-0 run and led 25-21 heading into the second.The Raptors shot 65 per cent in the second quarter, and when Green connected on a three-pointer with 11 seconds left, the bucket sent Toronto into the halftime break with a 59-49 lead as chants of “Dan-ny!” rained down from the crowd.Outside the arena, thousands of festive fans packed Jurassic Park, many of whom had been there at dawn to line up.Raptors alumni were honoured at centre-court during a timeout, including the team’s first general manager Isiah Thomas, plus Muggsy Bogues, Charles Oakley, Jerome (JYD) Williams, Dell Curry, Tracy McGrady, Morris Peterson, Chris Bosh, and a Year 1 Raptor Damon Stoudamire.Rapper Kardinal Offishall performed “The Anthem,” his ode to Toronto, during a timeout. Rapper ASAP Ferg performed at halftime.In his pre-game press conference, NBA commissioner talked about the Finals being a full-circle moment. The first NBA game was played between the Toronto Huskies and New York Knickerbockers at Maple Leaf Gardens in 1946.The presence of a non-American team, he said, might be felt on a global scale.“Symbolically having our first Finals outside the United States maybe has a big impact on countries that follow the NBA but don’t have teams,” Silver said. “This clearly is a marker of sorts that here we are 2019, our Game 1 of the Finals taking place in Toronto, Canada. That will be a milestone.“It’s come full circle in terms of basketball being invented by a Canadian.” Two years removed from toiling in the NBA’s G League, Pascal Siakam led the Toronto Raptors to an historic victory on Thursday.The 25-year-old from Cameroon scored 32 points to lift the Raptors to a thrilling 118-109 victory over defending champion Golden State Warriors, giving Toronto a 1-0 lead in its NBA Finals debut.Kawhi Leonard had 23 points on 5-for-14 shooting against a swarming, smothering Warriors defence.Marc Gasol, who was acquired at February’s trade deadline to help the Raptors’ playoff push, had 20 points and seven rebounds before fouling out of the game with 1:14 to play.Kyle Lowry finished with nine assists but just seven points. Fred VanVleet had 15 points, while Danny Green shrugged off the shooting slump that plagued him in the conference finals to finish with 11.After Game 1, Raptors coach Nick Nurse recalled how Siakam came to the gym after the team was eliminated in the playoffs two years ago and said “Listen, I need to learn how to shoot.”“He was extremely hard working,” Nurse said. “Just super, super committed to finding a place in this league and improving his game.”Game 2 is Sunday before the Finals shift to Oakland, Calif., for Games 3 and 4.Open Gallery14 itemsStephen Curry had 34 points to lead the Warriors, who are making their fifth consecutive Finals appearance, and are by far the more experienced squad, boasting a combined 140 Finals games between them, compared to Toronto’s 38.Warriors coach Steve Kerr was full of praise for the Raptors.“They played a great game, they deserved to win,” Kerr said. “We’ve got to play better if we’re going to beat them.”Kerr had talked about the magnitude of the Finals compared to the first three rounds of the playoffs.“It’s just different,” he said in his pre-game press conference. “Everything about it feels different. 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A CONSULTANT AT a Birmingham hospital has been suspended for allegedly branding his initials into a transplant patient’s liver.Simon Bramhall of Queen Elizabeth Hospital in the West Midlands city was suspended after a colleague checked the patient during a routine check-up of the patient. While doing so, it was found that a beam of argon gas had been used to burn the initials into the organ.The gas is usually not harmful and the scarring would be superficial.An insider told The Telegraph newspaper in England that the case was “shocking” and that Mr Bramhall was a vastly experienced surgeon.“I am hoping this is just a mistake, I don’t know what would possess someone to do that to another human being.“What gives a person the right to do that to another?”UK patient charity Patient Concern spokesperson Joyce Robins said: This is a patient we are talking about, not an autograph book.Read: Surprise inspection of Holles St finds grime encrusted window sills and dusty incubatorRead: TD wants new probe into the use of second-hand braces at Galway dental unit
You probably already know that Windows 8 is going to be different from its predecessors in a number of ways. It’ll run on ARM processors, for example. It’s also missing a start button. And apparently it’s also getting an updated logo.Since the early days of Windows, there have been few changes to its iconic emblem. When Windows XP arrived, the heavy black “window frame” was removed. In Windows Vista it was updated slightly again, with Microsoft retooling the color palette and adding a slight glow effect to the middle. In Windows 8, it’s going full Metro.The familiar color scheme is gone. The waving flag effect is gone. This is about as simple and window-y as a logo can get: it’s just a single, bluish pane divided by a pair of white muntins. Perspective has been added, making the window seems slightly less static.That particular shade of blue is a bit of a surprise since it’s not a match for the Windows Vista logo or any of the blues used in the more recently revealed Windows Store logo. And rather interestingly, it’s a contrast to the Start Charm that you’ll be seeing in the Windows 8 Consumer Preview when it arrives at the end of the month.While the color has been drained, the Charm is still waving away. Windows 8 is still very much a work in progress, but what’s going on here? Why two different Windows emblems?It’s possible that the Charm is retaining the recognizable shape to remind users that the also-familiar Windows Desktop is still part of the experience in the new OS. The Metro-style logo won’t come as a surprise when Windows 8 boots to the Start Screen, but once a user flips to the desktop, the “vintage” Windows icon will be a better fit.More at Fudzilla
Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Short URL Germany asks Poland for forgiveness, 80 years on from beginning of World War II Nearly six million Poles died in the conflict that killed more than 50 million people overall. We want to, and we will, remember. And we will bear the responsibility that our history imposes upon us.Polish President Andrzej Duda, for his part, denounced Nazi Germany’s attack on Poland, calling it “an act of barbarity” and “a war crime.”“I am convinced that this ceremony will go down in the history of Polish-German friendship,” he added, thanking Steinmeier for his presence. German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and the Polish President Andrzej Duda lay a wreath at the Memorial to the Civil Victims of the Bombardment Source: Bernd von Jutrczenka via PA Images‘Working for tolerance’The heads of state will later tour the Wielun museum and meet with local survivors of the 1 September 1939 bombing. The bombing came one week after Germany and the Soviet Union secretly agreed to carve up Eastern Europe between them by signing the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact.Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and European Commission Vice President Frans Timmermans attended a separate dawn remembrance today in Westerplatte, where a Nazi German battleship opened fire on a Polish fort on 1 September 1939. Timmermans spoke of how “we Europeans could honour the memory of those who fell for our freedom here”.“We express it (gratitude) by … working for tolerance, working for mutual respect, working to remove the feeding ground of those who propose intolerance. Who believe that hate is a good engine for politics. Who believe that confrontation between nations, between different cultures, is a good thing,” he said.Hitler’s attacks on Poland led Britain and France to declare war on Nazi Germany.On 17 September, the Soviet Union in turn invaded Poland.After the Nazis tore up the pact with Moscow, two alliances battled it out to the end. The Axis powers led by Germany, Italy and Japan and the victorious Allied forces led by Britain, the Soviet Union and the United States. Later today, US Vice President Mike Pence, Steinmeier and Duda will deliver speeches at a ceremony in Warsaw’s Pilsudski Square, the site of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The town of Wielun was the first town to be attacked by German dive bombers during the German invasion of Poland and was largely destroyed Source: Bernd von Jutrczenka via PA Images‘Demand compensation’Although it has been 80 years since the war started, there are still unresolved matters according to Poland, which says Germany owes it war reparations.A parliamentary commission is currently working on a new analysis of the extent of Poland’s wartime human and material losses. “We have to talk about, remember and demand the truth regarding those losses. We have to demand compensation,” Morawiecki said today at the Westerplatte ceremony.When it comes to reparations, however, Berlin believes the case is closed.German Chancellor Angela Merkel will attend the Warsaw ceremony, but no other major world leaders are expected.US President Donald Trump had planned to attend the war commemorations but cancelled at the last minute so that he could monitor Hurricane Dorian. Also not attending are French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, while Russian President Vladimir Putin was not invited – unlike 10 years ago – because of Moscow’s 2014 annexation of Crimea from Ukraine.The Polish presidency had said the commemorations would be attended by around 40 foreign delegations, a few of them led by heads of state.They include Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky whose partnership matters to Poland, which believes its security depends on Ukraine remaining outside of Russia’s sphere of influence. – © AFP 2019 33,584 Views 49 Comments German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier speaks at the commemoration ceremony of the city of Wielun Source: Bernd von Jutrczenka via PA ImagesGERMAN PRESIDENT FRANK-Walter Steinmeier has asked Poland’s forgiveness for history’s bloodiest conflict, 80 years on from the beginning of World War II. Steinmeier made his comments during a ceremony in the Polish city of Wielun, where the first World War II bombs fell.“I bow before the victims of the attack on Wielun. I bow before the Polish victims of German tyranny. And I ask your forgiveness,” Steinmeier said in both German and Polish.Poland suffered some of the worst horrors of World War II. Nearly six million Poles died in the conflict that killed more than 50 million people overall. That figure includes the six million Jews who died in the Holocaust, half of them Polish.“It was Germans who committed these crimes against humanity in Poland. Anyone calling them things of the past, or claiming that the vile rule of terror of the National Socialists in Europe was a mere footnote of German history, is passing judgement on him or herself,” Steinmeier added in the presence of his Polish counterpart.“As Germany’s Federal President, let me assure you that we will not forget,” Steinmeier said. 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Séduction : les femmes préfèreraient les hommes en rougeÉtats-Unis – Une étude menée par un chercheur de l’université de Rochester (New York) explique pourquoi la gent féminine serait plus attirée par les hommes vêtus de rouge. Dans le cadre de l’étude, des photographies représentant un homme “moyennement attirant” ont été présentées à des femmes de différentes origines. Sur ces différents clichés, le modèle portait un t shirt de couleur variée, ou posait devant un arrière-plan de différentes couleurs. D’autres photos étaient simplement placées devant un fond dont la teinte changeait. Résultats : une touche de rouge pousserait les femmes à percevoir un homme comme plus attirant et désirable. Mieux : cette couleur lui confèrerait un meilleur statut social, selon le Journal of Experimental Psychology, dans lequel sont rendues les conclusions de l’étude.Pour le Dr. Andrew Elliot, de l’Université de Rochester, le rouge est associé à la puissance, la passion et la fertilité dans le règne animal. Et l’espèce humaine ne fait pas exception à la règle. “Ceci suggère que les pensées et sentiments d’une femme à l’égard d’un homme relèvent, en partie tout au moins, du primitif”, conclut-il. Le 8 août 2010 à 12:13 • Emmanuel Perrin
MIAMI GARDENS, FLA. (WSVN) – Rescue crews took two people to the hospital after, officials said, they were shot in a Miami Gardens neighborhood, Sunday afternoon.Police said shots rang out near Northwest 173rd Street and 41st Avenue, striking the victims.Miami-Dade Fire Rescue took both victims to Jackson North Medical Center.There is no word on what sparked the shooting or whether there have been any arrests.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
December 19, 2017 Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now Enroll Now for Free Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. 6 min read This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. As holiday shoppers attempt to “wow” their friends, families and coworkers with the top presents of the season — think Amazon Echos, smart TVs and internet-enabled toys — they could be inadvertently exposing their giftees to a world of cybersecurity pain. Unfortunately, hackers looking to expand their attacks beyond networks and emails have set their sights on devices that are connected to our home networks.Despite the recent security issues with IoT devices (i.e. smart teddy bear flaw), a recent survey found that 65 percent of millennials are unaware of IoT risks and the same percentage don’t take this type of security seriously. However, with stockings already being hung by the chimney with care, it’s important to raise awareness about the types of threats plaguing these devices. Before making those final purchases, let’s explore which popular items are most at-risk and ways in which owners can secure their new toys.Related: Government Agencies and Hospitals Face Increasing Risk of IoT-Powered CyberattacksHo-Ho-Hold the Phone — Consider These Potential RisksThe newest, hottest devices are obviously high on holiday wish lists, and for good reason! Many of them are not only fun additions to the home, but also add a significant convenience factor when it comes to day-to-day activities like switching lights on and off, controlling music, locking doors and entertaining children. However, before bringing these items into the home, it’s important for consumers to weigh the pros and cons.One of the biggest risks associated with installing IoT devices revolves around the loss of privacy. As IoT evolves, devices that have video cameras in them should be avoided at all costs. We’ve seen vulnerabilities appear within connected cameras time and time again — see examples here and here. While using IoT cameras externally for security purposes makes sense, bringing them into the home can be, and has been, an issue.Besides security cameras, we are seeing video capabilities in TVs, toys and even appliances such as vacuum cleaners. Before purchasing and gifting these items, shoppers need to think long and hard about the potential implications.Related: 3 Reasons Why IT Security Must Be a Top Concern for Tech StartupsSo, Which Devices are on Santa’s Naughty List?Over the last year, there have been a number of toys designed for children that pose serious risks — the Cayla doll is a prime example. Unfortunately, as manufacturers continue to develop and release connected toys, security is not always top of mind when installing components like remote audio and/or video capabilities. Combined with the fact that children can easily be preyed-upon, shoppers should take great caution when selecting any internet-embedded technology device for a child.From a connected home perspective, smart speakers are a perfect example of a risky addition to the household. While these items will be all the rage this year, it’s important to evaluate the security implications. We saw just last month the BlueBorne vulnerability that left prominent devices within this category vulnerable to hackers via just a Bluetooth connection — through this, malicious actors could feed smart speaker owners false information (i.e. traffic reports and inaccurate schedules) and even spy on victims. And the scariest part? If a hacker gained control of the connected device, they could potentially spread to other networked devices or eavesdrop on network traffic communication.Additionally, smart systems that are used to control door locks and garage-door openers are being exposed by hackers. Apple’s HomeKit is the most recent example. As usual though, Apple was able to fix the issue quickly via a server-side patch.Related: Why Millennials Don’t Worry That Much About Online SecurityDoes This Mean IoT Devices Should be Taken Off Our Wish Lists?Let’s be realistic — the entire holiday shopping population isn’t going to abandon purchasing IoT devices as gifts due to the chance that they might be hacked. And, to be honest, a number of items still make great gifts — for example, ones that add convenience and entertainment like automation for lighting and switched outlets.With that said, consumers still need to do their due diligence for securing these items and be especially cautious with devices that contain video cameras. A few questions to ask before purchasing an IoT device include:Who is the manufacturer? Is it someone reputable, or a suspicious knock-off that may save you a few bucks? Look for products issued by companies like Amazon, Apple, Bose and Google this holiday season. Many of these companies — like Amazon and Google — have patching solutions already in place, so in the event that a vulnerability does arise, they can quickly mitigate the issue. It may cost more up-front, but the savings from a potential security breach are greater by leaps and bounds.What are the known vulnerabilities? Before completing your purchase, do a quick search to see if any security vulnerabilities have been discovered previously in your gift. Is the first Google search result on that product you’ve been eyeing a vulnerability exploit/issue? If so, you might want to stay away from that one and consider another gift.Will the device update automatically? Ensuring that the latest firmware is installed on any internet-connected device is of utmost important. Old firmware equals new entry points for malicious actors. One of the easiest ways to ensure this is the case is to buy devices that update automatically and don’t require manual firmware installations.IoT is Coming to TownWhether we like it or not, these devices are in our homes. Fear not, though, if you’ve already purchased and wrapped these gifts for your loved ones and coworkers. Give the gift of security this year and pass along these helpful tips with your connected purchase:Use the tech as it was intended: Make sure the device is deployed properly and used the way it was designed. Follow installation directions completely and double check that the latest firmware is installed.Change default password: Never stick with what’s given! Also, when selecting a new password, follow the same procedures you would when selecting one for your online bank account. Don’t use any of your personal information — that includes Fido’s name — and avoid passwords that contain words/phrases that can be associated with you, your business and/or personal life. In addition, don’t reuse passwords across multiple devices/accounts.We have enough to worry about this holiday season with 10s of family members running around the house fueled by eggnog and candy. Don’t let cybersecurity add yet another thing to your checklist. Follow these simple IoT security tips to ensure a carefree holiday for you and your loved ones.
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" she added in reference to the firestorm of sexual harassment allegations in entertainment,"Henderson is just sort of an indicator of what’s floating around out there, 6-1 Maximilian Marterer (GER) bt Diego Schwartzman (ARG x3) 6-4, she was never “targeted” on social mediaher word for the bullying and criticism that took place daily on sites like Snapchat. but I think at some point he made a decision that he would stay within the ethical bounds that he’s in," Trump has suggested, 3rd Armored Brigade deploy to Poland in January to stand watch against Russia.Timothy Fadek—ReduxPoliticsAs Moscow Advances US Allies Look Warily to Trump for ClarityMassimo Calabresi / WashingtonSimon Shuster / Podgorica MontenegroFeb 16 2017The coup was planned for election day Wearing fake police uniforms and armed with assault rifles more than a dozen Kremlin-linked plotters were allegedly preparing to storm the parliament of the tiny Balkan nation of Montenegro and assassinate its Prime Minister Their goal according to the government’s investigators was to stop the country of 620000 from joining NATO which would give the US-led alliance control of nearly every northern Mediterranean port from Gibraltar to the Bosporus On a tip from an informant real Montenegrin police rounded up the plotters as polls opened for the vote in October Two ringleaders both suspected agents of the Russian intelligence services are now back in RussiaThe aborted coup was a reminder that a new battle for Europe has begun From the Baltics to the Balkans and the Black Sea to Great Britain Vladimir Putin is seeking to rebuild Russia’s empire more than 25 years after the fall of the Soviet Union From Jan 29 to Feb 3 Russian-backed forces launched thousands of strikes in renewed attacks on pro-European government positions deep inside Ukraine Using propaganda agents provocateurs and overt military threats in Estonia Serbia Moldova and other East European countries Putin is attempting to undermine the democratic governments of former communist countries threatening the security of millions of people Farther west he is pursuing alliances with nationalist anti-EU forces in France Germany Hungary and other major democraciesRelated2018 ElectionsArizona’s Kyrsten Sinema Flipped a GOP Seat But Don’t Expect a Cookie-Cutter Democrat2018 ElectionsArizona’s Kyrsten Sinema Flipped a GOP Seat But Don’t Expect a Cookie-Cutter DemocratPerhaps the most important front in this new conflict has been unfolding in the West Wing Over the course of the past three months according to senior Trump Administration officials and others who have participated quiet but consequential talks have taken place there over whether the US should resist Putin in his new campaign or cede to Russia a sphere of influence in Eastern Europe In return for the latter the theory goes Russia would join the US in an alliance against ISIS work to reduce nuclear-weapon stockpiles and help constrain ChinaDonald Trump has publicly annunciated parts of such a grand bargain as have top advisers Steve Bannon and National Security Adviser Michael Flynn who was forced to resign on Feb 13 for his back-channel conversations with a Russian diplomat The White House officials who have advocated such a deal in whole or part see nationalism as the basis for all-important fights against Islamic extremism and China’s riseOpposing a Russia deal are such Cabinet secretaries as Defense Secretary James Mattis and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson who backed by virtually the entire Washington foreign policy establishment view multilateral alliances as crucial to maintaining hard-won stability in Europe and beyondFlynn’s ouster makes it politically more difficult for those who would like to advance a pro-Moscow strategy They were further set back on Feb 14 when the New York Times reported that Trump’s aides had repeated contacts with senior Russian intelligence officials in the year before the US presidential election As multiple law-enforcement intelligence and congressional investigations advance the room for rapprochement with Russia is shrinking but within the White House that has not quelled the appetite for a dealThose who have spoken with Trump about a grand bargain with Russia say it appeals to the businessman in him "The President really desires to do deals and he wants to be seen as someone who’s able to change the way the US approaches the world" says Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee the Republican head of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee who argued against big deals with Russia in detailed conversations with Trump on Nov 29 in New York City when he was being interviewed for Secretary of State "But doing deals for deals’ sake without knowing what direction [they take us] that could be hugely harmful to our nation and to the rest of the Western world" Corker saysIt is unclear if the grand bargain was originally an American notion or one floated by Moscow Critics wonder what benefit such a trade could have for Washington Russia they argue is weak Its economy has been in recession for two years and is smaller than that of Italy Moscow’s only aircraft carrier a Soviet-era diesel clunker barely coughed its way back and forth to Syria over the past six months losing two planes to accidents along the way Russia has been begging the US to form an anti-ISIS alliance no strings attached and Putin has already expressed a desire in his first post-Inauguration phone call with Trump to pursue renewed arms-control measures Ceding Eastern Europe to Moscow–something that has been close to heretical in Western diplomacy since Yalta–in exchange for freebies "would be both stupid and immoral and would reverse every fundamental tenet of American foreign policy since World War II" says Eliot Cohen of Johns Hopkins University one of America’s foremost conservative foreign policy expertsNo decisions on a deal with Russia are imminent but lingering uncertainty over US commitment to East European democracies is helping to redraw the lines in the meantime Leaders in Bulgaria and Moldova are listing back toward Moscow And anti-EU candidates in France and Germany are finding common cause with Moscow ahead of elections later this year sowing concern among traditional US allies "The liberal international order that the United States and its European allies have upheld since the end of World War II is in danger of unraveling" a recent Carnegie Endowment report on the breakdown in US-Russia relations warns "and there is mounting concern that the United States may abandon its commitment to preserving this order"RelatedWhite HouseWhitaker to Consult Ethics Officials Over Recusal From the Russia ProbeWhite HouseWhitaker to Consult Ethics Officials Over Recusal From the Russia ProbeMontenegro a nation with fewer inhabitants than San Francisco and a military of only about 2000 members has been conquered by one great power after another for most of its history from ancient Rome to the Third Reich After 10 years of talks and trial runs the country is now on the cusp of joining the world’s most powerful military alliance this time voluntarily Its leaders signed accession documents with NATO in May and 24 of the alliance’s 28 members have already ratified its membership Only Spain Canada the Netherlands and the US are left Trump has Montenegrins worrying whether they’ll make it "If Putin asks Trump not to admit Montenegro and really gives him something in return we don’t know what will happen" says Nebojsa Medojevic a Montenegrin lawmaker who backs NATO membership Trump has yet to say whether he supports the country’s accession to the allianceIt is Montenegro’s warm deep-water port in the Mediterranean that makes it especially valuable to Putin and he is known to push hard when he thinks his strategic interests are at stake With its assault against Crimea in 2014 the Kremlin undertook the first territorial land grab by a major power in Europe since World War II Russian special forces disguised as local self-defense units took control of the Crimean parliament in the course of one day that year They installed a loyal Prime Minister Sergei Aksyonov who set the stage for Russia to annex the peninsula outrightSome of those same commandos who became known as the "little green men" then appeared in Ukraine’s eastern regions As the West moved to isolate Russia with sanctions harsher than those imposed against the Soviets during the Cold War the Russian gunmen continued seizing government buildings around the cities of Donetsk and Luhansk and installing warlords to rule them The result has been a separatist conflict that has so far killed more than 10000 people and displaced more than 2 million Dozens died during the latest flare-up in fighting which began after Putin and Trump had their first post-Inauguration phone call on Jan 28Putin has tested the West before in Estonia one of the five NATO members that directly border Russia In September 2014 a group of Russian troops allegedly stormed across that border with the help of smoke grenades and radio jammers kidnapped an Estonian security officer and took him back to Moscow to stand trial for espionage The raid which came two days after President Obama visited the country was intended to show that "Russia does what it wants in this part of the world" Urmas Reinsalu an Estonian lawmaker and former Minister of Defense told the newspaper Postimees at the timeSuch provocations along with persistent Russian cyberattacks and violations of NATO airspace have forced the alliance to confront its own weakness in dealing with Moscow’s new approach to warfare Under Article 5 of NATO’s founding treaty all of its members are obliged to defend one another in case of an attack But what constitutes an attack is not so clearly defined Could a cyberattack require a NATO response And what if the attackers were disguised to look like local paramilitariesThe US has been pushing back with more traditional measures A week before Trump’s Inauguration a rotation of some 4000 US troops arrived in Poland But Putin hasn’t limited his efforts to Central and Eastern Europe The project of European integration is fraying with Britain’s vote to leave the EU and the rise of anti-EU parties Right on cue Putin has stepped up to offer an alternative: a muscular brand of nationalism that defines itself in opposition to the liberal values of the West He’s found plenty of admirers During his first official trip to Europe since Trump took office Putin chose to visit his friend Viktor Orban the Prime Minister of Hungary who has pledged to turn his country into an "illiberal democracy" modeled largely on Putin’s Russia "It’s in the air" Orban said after a meeting with Putin in Budapest on Feb 2 "The world is in the process of a substantial realignment"RelatedSenateDemocrat Kyrsten Sinema Wins Arizona Senate Seat After a Close RaceSenateDemocrat Kyrsten Sinema Wins Arizona Senate Seat After a Close 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