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34 Cards in this Set

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Anders Fogh Rasmussen
PM of Denmark
Stig Moller
Denmark: minister of foreign affairs
Kare Bluitgen
Journalist who helped to publish the cartoons
Frank Walter Steinmeier
Germany's PM
Angela Merkel
Germany's Chancellor/President
Tassos Papadoupoulos
Greek Cypriot President
Resep Tayyip Edrogan
Turkish President
Cyril Svoboda
Czech foreign minister
Roberto calderoli
Italian reform minister
Slobodan Milosevic
Former Serbian president and leader of Serbian Socialist party
Vuk Drascovic
Serbia's foreign minister
Vladmir Putin
President of Russia
Marti Ahtisaari
Former president of Finland
Ibrahim Ugova
former president of Kosovo
Leader of Nepal's Maoist rebels
King Gynanendra
King of Nepal
Evo Morales
Bolivian President
Michele Bachelet
Chilean minister
Augusto Pinochet
former Chilean dictator
P.J. Patterson
PM of Jamaica
Fidel Castro
Communist dictator of Cuba
Thabo Mbeki
President of South Africa
Bingo wa Mutharika
President of Malawi
Robert Mugabe
Dictator of Zimbabwe
Kwame Nkrumah
colonial governor of Ghana
Gamal Abdel Nassar
colonial governor of Egypt
Hastings Banda
Dictator? of Malawi
Leopold Senghor
One of th African elites who forced Charles de Gaulle to open peace talks and give independence
Leopold II
Had a great lust for wealth in 1800s, caused run for Africa, gave empire to Belgium in 1908
Patrice Lumbumba
Led the Movement National Congolais in 1958, sparked resistance
Nelson Mandela
Sentenced in 1964 when he was leader of African National Congress, released 1990, president of S. Africa 1994
President Bush wrote him a letter in 1993 asking him to resign.
Steven Biko
One of the 1970s activists with a plan for change
F.W. de Klerk
Past S. African president