Winners & Losers

Winners Murdoch: MySpace may have crashed for awhile, but the News Corp. retreat this weekend has some serious political star power.  Wrinkles: Malaysian council issues a fatwa against Botox.  Hu Jintao: Trying to rid the Chinese military of corrupt generals – and consolidate his own power as a result. Chechnya: In a landmark case, the ...

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Winners

Murdoch: MySpace may have crashed for awhile, but the News Corp. retreat this weekend has some serious political star power

Wrinkles: Malaysian council issues a fatwa against Botox

Winners

Murdoch: MySpace may have crashed for awhile, but the News Corp. retreat this weekend has some serious political star power

Wrinkles: Malaysian council issues a fatwa against Botox

Hu Jintao: Trying to rid the Chinese military of corrupt generals – and consolidate his own power as a result.

Chechnya: In a landmark case, the European Court of Justice finds Russia responsible for the death of a Chechen prisoner.

Losers

Western farmers: Your subsidies are killing the poor, and the heat is killing your

vegetables.

McDonald’s: Chinese workers making Happy Meal toys protest their terrible working conditions. 

Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty: India breaks the rules and still gets special treatment.

Rumsfeld: Even Bush thinks the violence in Baghdad is terrible.

Carolyn O'Hara is a senior editor at Foreign Policy.

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