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Super User Written by Monday, 19 March 2018 23:52
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The 31-year-old likely Austrian prime minister will soon be the world’s youngest head of government.
While the United States is governed by its oldest-inaugurated president in history, many of its cousins in Europe seem to be charting a different course. Indeed, many Trump’s would-be successors—Bernie Sanders, who is seventy-six years old, Joe Biden, who is seventy-four, Elizabeth Warren, who is sixty-eight, and even Hillary Clinton (who celebrates her seventieth birthday today)—seem to be joining in on the American trend of abandoning retirement altogether. Europe is different. The near-assured ascension of thirty-one-year-old Austrian foreign minister Sebastian Kurz to his nation’s highest post would make him the world’s youngest leader, beating a contemporary in North Korea by a debated number of years.

Kurz is “slick and opportunistic, the polar opposite of Angela Merkel,” the German chancellor, in style and deed, says Clay Clemens, European politics professor at the College of William & Mary. “The anti-establishment mood is strong everywhere, but especially in Austria,” Clemens tells me, arguing that Kurz is “a young careerist” in the mold of the Jupiterian current president of France. “When party brass told him to wait his turn, he turned on its leadership and made full use of its unpopularity to fashion a Macron-style candidacy… His huge network of younger contacts was a huge asset.”
The 31-year-old likely Austrian prime minister will soon be the world’s youngest head of government.
Emmanuel Macron, thirty-nine, is Kurz’s most prominent peer, but Alexis Tsipras, forty-three, of Greece and Spanish opposition politician Pablo Iglesias, thirty-nine, are other examples. If you have access to a time machine, beam the headline “Trump and Greek PM Alexis Tsipras hold joint White House press conference” from last week to our friends in 2014, who would be gobsmacked by the joint rise of the populist-right outsider and the radical left Greek (reportedly, the two actually got along swimmingly).
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Diego Costa is a famous German journalist and journalist, with many well-known analytical writings throughout Europe and the world. He has many articles analyzing Serbian-Croatian War, Siries Civil War, Afghanistan.

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  • Comment Link Saul Niguez Tuesday, 20 March 2018 10:00 posted by Saul Niguez

    Diego Costa is a famous German journalist and journalist, with many well-known analytical writings throughout Europe and the world. He has many articles analyzing Serbian-Croatian War, Siries Civil War, Afghanistan.

  • Comment Link Alex Garcia Tuesday, 20 March 2018 09:56 posted by Alex Garcia

    Diego Costa is a famous German journalist and journalist, with many well-known analytical writings throughout Europe and the world. He has many articles analyzing Serbian-Croatian War

  • Comment Link Diego Lorente Tuesday, 20 March 2018 09:54 posted by Diego Lorente

    Diego Costa is a famous German journalist and journalist, with many well-known analytical writings throughout Europe and the world. He has many articles analyzing Serbian-Croatian War, Siries Civil War, Afghanistan.

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