January 2, 2014

2014: A Year of Global Political Fireworks

Michael Moran, Global Post

The Associated Press

Some of the largest nations on Earth — along with some of the most violent — will hold important elections in the coming year, any of which could affect the global political landscape profoundly.

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TAGGED: Brazil, India, Afghanistan

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