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How to watch TV like a world leader
Does the Queen watch Game of Thrones? No. But Cameron bases policy on crime dramas and Biden likes Honey Boo BooAll hail the golden age of television, in which complex series like The Sopranos and The Wire have been crowned (by some) as the new novels, and the proliferation of DVRs and instant streaming services means we can watch whatever we want, whenever we want. TV is enjoying an unprecedented intellectual moment even our presidents, prime ministers and monarchs cant help but admit they tune in. Naming your favorite TV shows is a deeply personal revelation, an act that can be both politically and culturally charged even if youre not naming them on a global stage. So heres how more than a dozen world leaders have answered that question. Which would you rather share a sofa and a bag of popcorn with? Continue reading...

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A Modest Proposal
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Vladimir Putin Can Stop This War
This increasingly brutal conflict could and should have ended long ago, but Russian leaders have continued to stoke the flames.

Obama suggests US is better partner than China to African leaders
At summit in Washington, US president and top officials hail investment opportunities despite tangled relations and crisesPresident Obama took a swipe at China in a speech to a summit of African leaders in Washington on Tuesday, claiming that the US is interested in the continent for more than just its minerals and oil.We dont look to Africa simply for its natural resources. We recognise Africa for its greatest resource which is its people and its talents and its potential, he told the largest gathering of African leaders ever held in Washington. We dont simply want to extract minerals from the ground for our growth. We want to build partnerships that create jobs and opportunity for all our peoples, that unleash the next era of African growth, Continue reading...

For 2 U.S. Presidents, Iraqi Leader Proved a Source of Frustration
Nuri Kamal al-Maliki rose from obscurity to power in part with American help, but U.S. leaders found him an often unconstructive ally who caused as many headaches as he solved.

Philadelphia and Brooklyn lead bids to host Democratic National Convention
The original US capital stands in the swing state of Pennsylvania and holds a slight edge over New York Citys borough and Columbus, OhioOne of five cities bidding for the Democratic National Convention, Philadelphia appears to hold an early edge with a track record of hosting the major gathering not to mention that Hillary Rodham Clinton and vice-president Joe Biden have family ties to the state.The original US capital and now the nations fifth largest city, Philadelphia touts its historical significance. It has hosted the presidential nominating convention seven times since 1856, most recently the Republican one in 2000. Continue reading...

US denies role in plot to oust Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maliki
American officials say US is merely supporting constitutional process in offering full backing in selection of new prime ministerFollow the latest from Iraq in our live blogAmerican officials have denied participating in a plot to oust Iraq prime minister Nouri al-Maliki, despite a series of phone calls made by Barack Obama and Joe Biden to support the appointment of his successor.Obama welcomed the selection of a new prime minister by Iraqs president Faud Massoum on Monday, describing it as a promising step forward toward a more inclusive government. Continue reading...

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