Would you say that she deserves this position or not, and why?
GlobeScan Chairman Doug Miller commented: The broad and deepening sense of economic unfairness seen in this poll will continue to shape the political agenda in many countries and fuel further protests.
Comments by William McCants, Erroll Southers, Brian Fishman and Jarret Brachman.
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Saddam has shown very bad timing for the occupation of Kuwait.
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Do Chinese communists perceive Liu Xiaobo as a threat?
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According to Norwegian Nobel Committee as of December 6, 19 embassies have for various reasons declined invitations for the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony on December 10. The 19 are: China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Colombia, Tunisia, Saudi-Arabia, Pakistan, Serbia, Iraq , Iran, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Venezuela, the Philippines, Egypt, Sudan, Ukraine, Cuba and Morocco. I have tried to contact the embassies of mentioned countries (expect of China) or the respective ministries. Till now only Afghanistan gave me some answer.