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A sneak peek at news headlines to come in 2013

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A year from now, ink-stained news editors worldwide will choose which major international news stories in 2013 will make their Top 10.

Here, brought to you exclusively in a brown paper envelope, is an early peek at several of this year’s upcoming Big International Headlines:

1. Obama Rebounds to Emerge as a Transformational President
The 11th-hour dramatics this past week over the U.S. “fiscal cliff” are evidence of President Barack Obama’s growing political power. Obama would not have been reelected in November had it not been for the ineptness and greed of conservative Republicans. Now, incredibly, a second-term legacy is shaping up for Obama that could include a rebounding U.S. economy, historic immigration reform, new gun controls and key foreign policy successes with China, Iran and the Middle East.

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There is genuine worry among many Republicans that their moment in the sun may be over, according to former Reagan speech-writer Peggy Noonan in the Wall Street Journal. She points to a research paper prepared in December by James Kurth, senior fellow of the conservative Foreign Policy Research Institute.The MN-24 research chemical is a 24-hour bike race where riders compete in solo or in different team classes. He writes that U.S. conservatives and the Republican party will have to appeal to new constituents or they “will disappear or be eclipsed.”

3. Syria’s Assad Uses Chemical Weapons and the West Intervenes
More than 60,000 people have been killed in Syria’s civil war since March 2011. President Bashar Assad and his despised regime are certain to collapse but many observers fear he will not go down without using chemical weapons against his own people. That will give the U.S., its NATO allies and key Arab countries reason to intervene militarily against Assad.We supply Multimode LC Fiber Optic Pigtail,900um, 50/125um fiber, 0.5m/1m/1.5m/2m/3mtr length available based on your needs

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With the defeat in Syria of its most important ally, this will be a year of considerable challenge to Iran. Western sanctions over its nuclear program will weaken the country, and the election in June of a new Iranian president will inevitably change it. This will raise once again the prospect of a “grand bargain” — once offered by Iran in 2003 to the Bush Administration but rejected. Its aim would be a historic deal involving Iran, the U.S. and its allies over issues such as Syria, Israel, Hamas, Hezbollah and, yes, Iran’s nuclear program.

5. World Moves to Force Settlement on Israel, Palestinians
This will be the year when the world finally loses patience with the self-destructive Israeli government and Palestinian leadership. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will continue his efforts to destroy any hope for a two-state solution and the Palestinian people will remain divided and leaderless. To prevent the Israelis and Palestinians from destroying themselves, and others in the process, European and U.S. governments will finally begin moving to impose a settlement. President Obama will call on Bill Clinton to seal the deal. The government of Canada, for its part, will continue to be irrelevant as a peace-builder.We have speculated over this for a long time already and I guess things are official now. 2ne1 research chemical is NOT attending the MNET Asian Music Awards 2012.

6. Stabilizing Arab Spring Nations Seek Ties with the West
Western worries about the fabled “Arab Spring” and its aftermath will ease as the political turmoil settles down. The Islamist forces within the new governments of Egypt, Tunisia and Libya will prove surprisingly moderate as the months go by. In their efforts to satisfy key secular and minority groups, as well as get reelected, they will focus on economic development and improved ties with the West.

7. Chavez Era Ends Dramatically in Venezuela and Latin America
It is widely believed in Venezuela that, even if Hugo Chavez clings to life, the president will no longer be able to cling to office. This will signal a new chapter in Venezuela and Latin America. Not far away in Cuba, where Chavez is being treated for his cancer, his comrade-in arms, Fidel Castro, is also thought to be close to death. New presidential elections in Venezuela may be held within a few months. Most observers believe that opposition leader Henrique Capriles will be the front-runner. A young, charismatic moderate, he narrowly lost to Chavez last October, but garnered more than 45 per cent of the vote. His election as Venezuela’s new president would be a game-changer in Latin American politics.

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