Saturday, January 10, 2009

Newsweek magazine named Obama the most influential man of peace.

KommentariiVybor ocheviden18.12.2008Zhurnal Time named man of the year Barak ObamuAmerikansky magazine Newsweek Barack Obama took first place in the list of 50 most influential people in the world. The list, entitled "Global Elite" will be published in Newsweek for December 29 - January 5.
In addition to the elected President of the United States in top three rankings included Chinese President Hu Jintao and French President Nicolas Sarkozy. Places in the fourth to sixth won "economic triumvirate" - chairman of U.S. Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke, European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet (Jean-Claude Trichet) and headed Tsentrbanka Massakki Shirakawa of Japan (Masaaki Shirakawa).
The Prime Minister of Russia Vladimir Putin - the only Russian on the list, he was at ninth place after the heads of governments of Great Britain and Germany, Gordon Brown and Angela Merkel.
As part of the stock of the year the American media unanimously recognize the paramount importance of electing Obama and his weight in world affairs. Earlier, President-elect was named man of the year according to the magazine Time, and a victory Sunday Obama was declared major news year, on the basis of consultation Associated Press. In the survey, agencies involved U.S. editors and news commentators.

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