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With a Stroke of Le Pen


Paris—Anti-fascist demonstrators clash with police in Paris after results came in for the first round of French presidential elections on April 23. Far-right leader Marine Le Pen qualified for a runoff against centrist Emmanuel Macron in a rejection of traditional politics. Le Pen’s anti-immigrant National Front party has long been a pariah but gained more than 20 percent of the vote, while Macron is a newcomer who left the Socialist Party to form his own movement called En Marche! (On the Move!). Other mainstream candidates were quick to endorse Macron, warning of dire consequences if the anti-EU Le Pen becomes president.

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ONE MILLION DEAD: WHAT WAR WITH NORTH KOREA WOULD LOOK LIKE What would another armed conflict on the peninsula look like? During the Korean War, which lasted from 1950 to 1953, some 2.7 million Koreans died, along with 33,000 Americans and 800,000 Chinese. In any pre-emption scenario now, the U.S. would try to keep the strike limited to the task at hand; at the same time, Washington would signal in any way it could, probably via the North’s ally in Beijing, that it did not seek a wider war.
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