Political Leaders of World War Two. Neville Chamberlain · Winston Churchill · Charles de Gaulle · Adolf Hitler · F D Roosevelt · Joseph Stalin · Hideki Tojo · Harry Truman · Josef Tito ...
Nov 18, 2017 ... In other parts of the world, several muslim majority countries have been lead by both female prime ministers and female presidents. Some are even currently being lead by Muslim Women today. With a lot of countries holding themselves on high moral for equality for women, when it comes to politics, they ...
Jun 9, 2016 ... Hillary Clinton is one step closer to becoming the first woman to lead the United States. But there are 59 other countries that beat America to that milestone.
Governments are listed in alphabetical order according to the most commonly used version of each country's name. The spelling of the personal names in this directory follows transliteration systems generally agreed upon by US Government agencies, except in the cases in which officials have stated a preference for ...
Revelations about the scope of American electronic surveillance efforts have generated headlines around the world. A new Pew Research Center survey finds widespread decline in the view that the U.S. respects the personal freedoms of its people. But in most countries there is little evidence this opposition has severely ...
Dec 11, 2017 ... Included are not necessarily the leaders of the world's most powerful countries but rather those most likely to be able to contend for, and in some instances fail to achieve, a top-10 spot in our political 5K. Here's speculation on how a select group of political world leaders would fare in a hypothetical race.
The following table lists the current and historical female political leaders of the countries of the world.
Jan 8, 2018 ... If countries are able to survive without elected leaders in place, do we actually need politicians?
Jan 14, 2018 ... Gallup International in its annual survey — Opinion of Global Leaders conducted across 50 nations and 53,769 persons were interviewed globally. In each country a representative sample of around 1,000 men and women was interviewed either face-to-face, or via phone, or through online mediums.