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11 de Diciembre de 2008

Editor de "Der Spiegel", una de la más importantes revistas europeas, habla sobre por qué Obama es el "presidente del mundo", las guerra de Irak y Afganistán, los medios de comunicación y otros temas

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Hamburgo es la sede de Der Spiegel, la revista de noticias de mayor distribución de Europa. Después de que Barack Obama ganara las elecciones presidenciales en Estados Unidos, Der Spiegel lo mostró en la portada con el titular “Presidente del Mundo”. Hablamos con Mathias Muller Von Blumencron, editor jefe de Der Spiegel.