Foreign Policy Not Related to Powerful Persons List - Associate Editor

Foreign Policy Not Related to Powerful Persons List - Associate Editor
# 05 January 2013 22:12 (UTC +04:00)

Baku-APA. An associate editor of the US Foreign Policy magazine said on Saturday the list of most powerful persons in the world, topped by Russian President Vladimir Putin, was published by one of its bloggers and has nothing to do with the official edition of the periodical, APA reports quoting RIA Novosti.

“It wasn't "Foreign Policy," but one FP blogger, it's not an annual feature, and the item did not appear in the print magazine,” FP associate editor Joshua Keating said.

Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia Group think-tank, named Putin as the second most powerful person in the world in his blog, with the top spot left empty.

“In Russia's personalized system, this is still the person who counts. He isn't as popular as he used to be, and his country has no Soviet-scale clout or influence, but no one on the planet has consolidated more domestic and regional power than Putin,” he said.

Bremmer said the ranking was based on "a quick, informal survey around Eurasia Group on power and global politics."

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