2. Vladimir Putin
Who: President of Russia
Why: Forbes named Putin the world’s most powerful man for four years in a row, primarily, for having expressed control over almost every aspect, across the world. He can very well be called, The Man Who Gets What He Wants—be it Syria, or the U.S Presidential Election. And, as time goes by, his influence and control only grows; not that he cares about any of this. He just does as he pleases.
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3. Xi Jinping
Who: General Secretary of the Communist Party, China
Why: This year, Xinping was promoted as a core leader of the Communist Party, making him one of the most influential men in China. And if you’re influential in China, you’re bloody well influential in the world, because… China. On a more serious note, though, it’s his forward thinking ideology, along with an assertive public profile that lets the media follow and talk about him on a daily basis that has gotten Xinping so much of the limelight. The good thing is, he uses this limelight and his power to reform parts of the Chinese society.
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