But even Putin, after 17 years in power, is in danger of making a miscalculation one day, perhaps finally misreading the mood of the increasingly cynical Russian public that keeps registering support for him in largely worthless polls. It's easy to imagine the choleric Erdogan getting into an armed conflict Turkey cannot sustain or using disproportional violence as Turks' patience with his reprisals wear thin. It's a possibility, although a remote one, that, after Xi's power consolidation, the Chinese Communist Party will opt for a more liberal successor and he won't be able to hold the reins as tightly.
Thanks Derek for the “full” article….I’m casting my vote….I’ve always preferred a No frills type of email and believe it or not….I don’t read emails I get with a huge headers and fancy images that cover half the email message…a few smaller images within the article is best. In fact I’ve been doing this for my email newsletters for over a year and I doubled my traffic and email sign up responses when I went to a smaller and cleaner email. Also, very similar to the way you do your emails….I gather my emails through mail chimp but create my email newsletter through my wordpress site as it gives me huge seo benefits.
Take the next step and start to write your first draft, or fill in those gaps you’ve been brainstorming about to complete your “almost ready” paper. If you’re a fan of outlining, prepare one that incorporates as much of your brainstorming data as seems logical to you. If you’re not a fan, don’t make one. Instead, start to write out some larger chunks (large groups of sentences or full paragraphs) to expand upon your smaller clusters and phrases. Keep building from there into larger sections of your paper. You don’t have to start at the beginning of the draft. Start writing the section that comes together most easily. You can always go back to write the introduction later.