Dictator International Fashion Show

Posted on 27 September 2010

Foreign Policy has a string of nice pictures showing some of our preferred authoritarian leaders in different outfits. When the magazine stated that “shoes are height enhancers for the diminutive [leader]”, I first thought it was referring to President Sarkozy, but I was wrong, they were talking of the Great Leader Kim Jong-Il.

Please note that “the chest full of medals [remains] the ultimate dictator bling”, and that “the walking cane is this season’s hottest accessory”.

The ultimate dictator-showman

Anyway, enjoy these pictures even if you are in the office. Given the traditional seriousness of Foreign Policy magazine, you can still pretend you were reading international analysis.


 


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