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GlobalPost is collecting words of advice on what the next president — either a re-elected Barack Obama or a triumphant Mitt Romney— should do during his term in office.
LONDON — The foreign ministers of Russia and Azerbaijan had a lot to talk about at their joint press conference in Moscow Tuesday: transport of Azeri oil, peace negotiations in restive Nagorno-Karabakh — and the vocal merits of a 22-year-old Russian pop singer.
Pyongyang's official news agency called Choe Ryong-Hae, director of the Korean People's Army politburo, a "special envoy" of his country's leader as he met with the head of ruling Chinese Communist Party's International Department, Wang Jiarui, in what are considered tense times for the allies ahead of a China-US summit.
The American public is often pilloried for being out of touch, unaware or even uninterested in the inner workings of our democracy. Despite a weeklong force-feeding of the IRS/Tea Party-targeting expose, Americans are more discerning about would-be government scandals than Republican congressmen assume.