Magazine March 5, 2018, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

•  In his new official portrait, as in his presidential rhetoric, Barack Obama just couldn’t quite get clear of the Bushes.

• North Korea sent to the Winter Olympics a squad of comely female cheerleaders and Kim Yo-jong, the despot’s sleek sister. These apparitions from the world’s most hermetic state got the media’s attention, the Washington Post labeling Kim Yo-jong “the Ivanka Trump of North Korea” and CNN reporting that she was “stealing the show” at the Winter Olympics. North Korea is mounting a major charm offensive on a fearful and divided South, which has always had a large core of appeasers.

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In his new official portrait, as in his presidential rhetoric, Barack Obama just couldn’t quite get clear of the Bushes.
The Week

The Week

 In his new official portrait, as in his presidential rhetoric, Barack Obama just couldn’t quite get clear of the Bushes.

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