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Your views: 2010 hot spots and weak spots

The world has said farewell to 2010, a troubled and eventful year with political and economic gridlock haunting US, major reforms set up by the European Union (EU), uncertainties rising in the Middle East, and tensions soaring on the Korean Peninsula. As 2010 closed, how will you pinpoint the year’s most important hot and weak events from a personal stand point? How do you feel about those twelve months?

Published: 15 Jan 2011 10:28 GMT
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