The times is the main force for the rise of strong men: Putin and other leaders boarded the cover.

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 The times is the main force for the rise of strong men: Putin and other leaders boarded the cover.


Philippines Business Daily reported on May 4th that Philippines President Duthel Te will be on the cover and cover story of the Times published in May 14th. On the front cover of the new issue of early publication, in addition to Duthel Te, Russian President Putin, Turkey president Erdogan and Hungarian prime minister Victor Orban could also be seen. It is reported that the times will publish an article written by American political scientist Ian Brehm, entitled the rise of strong men. In the article, Brehm analyzed the national leadership style of the United States, Russia, China, Philippines, Thailand, Venezuela, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Hungary. He believes that countries around the world tend to elect powerful leaders. In all parts of the world, changes in the times have promoted public demand for stronger, more confident leadership, he said. These hard spoken populists promise to protect us from them. These words are to see who is saying, they may refer to corrupt elites or poor people, foreigners or ethnic, ethnic, religious minorities, unfaithful politicians, bureaucrats, bankers or judges, and liar journalists. In this divergence, a new leader archetype emerged. We are in a strong man now. This article describes Duthel Te as a former mayor, who speaks more like a mafia boss than a president, he promised to eliminate the drug trade to be elected president of the country to deal with increasing street crime. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please login to http://www.huanqiu.com editor in charge of World Wide Web: Ji Xue Ying _NN6784. In all parts of the world, changes in the times have promoted public demand for stronger, more confident leadership, he said. These hard spoken populists promise to protect us from them. These words are to see who is saying, they may refer to corrupt elites or poor people, foreigners or ethnic, ethnic, religious minorities, unfaithful politicians, bureaucrats, bankers or judges, and liar journalists. In this divergence, a new leader archetype emerged. We are in a strong man now. This article describes Duthel Te as a former mayor, who speaks more like a mafia boss than a president, he promised to eliminate the drug trade to be elected president of the country to deal with increasing street crime.