Top 10 Most Powerful Political leaders in the World.

A politician is a person who is active in party politics, or a person holding or seeking an elected seat in government. They regulates the country. They do work for the benefit of the people in the country. Politicians help people. Top Politicians always do work for the people. They are the nation creator and developer. 

Here we have prepared a list of Top 10 Powerful politicians in the world and Powerful political leaders in the world.

Top 10 Powerful Politicians in the world as per 2021
RankNameNet WorthAgeQualificationCountry
1Vladimir Putin$70B68graduated from LawRussia
2.Angela Markel$11M66Decorate in Quantum ChemistryGermany
3.Barack Obama$70M59MastersAmerica
4.XI Jinping$1.51B68BE, LLDChina
5.David Cameron$50M54High SchoolEngland
6.Narendra ModiINR 2.85Crore70Master of Arts in Political ScienceIndia
7.Benjamin Netanyahu$13M71Bachelor of ScienceIsrael
8.Dilma Rousseff$1M73High SchoolBrazil
9.Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan$18B72High SchoolUAE
10Shinjo Abe$400M66bachelor’s degree in political scienceAmerican

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Powerful political leaders

Vladimir Putin is a Russian politician and former KGB intelligence officer currently serving as President of Russia. Elected to his current and fourth presidential term in May 2018, Putin has led the Russian Federation as either its prime minister, acting president, or president since 1999. Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin was born on October 7, 1952, in Leningrad, Soviet Union (now Saint Petersburg, Russia).

His mother, Maria Ivanovna Shelomova was a factory worker and his father, Vladimir Spiridonovich Putin, had served in the Soviet Navy submarine fleet during World War II and worked as a foreman at an automobile factory during the 1950s. In his official state biography, Putin recalls, “I come from an ordinary family, and this is how I lived for a long time, nearly my whole life. I lived as an average, normal person and I have always maintained that connection.” 

Vladimir Putin married Lyudmila Shkrebneva on July 28, 1983. From 1985 to 1990, the couple lived in East Germany where they gave birth to their two daughters, Mariya Putina and Yekaterina Putina. On June 6, 2013, Putin announced the end of the marriage. Their divorce became official on April 1, 2014, according to the Kremlin. An avid outdoorsman, Putin publicly promotes sports, including skiing, cycling, fishing, and horseback riding as a healthy way of life for the Russian people. 

His presidency lasted for two terms – the maximum length of time allowed under Russian law – until May 7, 2008. He remains in a prominent political role within Russia though – as he was sworn in as Prime Minister the day after his presidency ended. He is the most powerful politicial leaders in the world. He is also one of the popular politician of the world

Angela Merkel

Angela Dorothea Kasner, better known as Angela Merkel, was born in Hamburg, West Germany, on July 17, 1954. Trained as a physicist, Merkel entered politics after the 1989 fall of the Berlin Wall. Rising to the position of chairwoman of the Christian Democratic Union party, Merkel became Germany’s first female chancellor and one of the leading figures of the European Union, following the 2005 national elections.

Merkel participated in the state’s youth organizations. She was a member of the Young Pioneers (from 1962) and the Free German Youth (from 1968). Her involvement with the Free German Youth has led to controversy, as some of her former colleagues from the Central Institute of Physical Chemistry claimed that she was active as a secretary for agitation and propaganda at the institute, though Merkel maintained that she was responsible for cultural affairs (e.g., procuring theatre tickets). Merkel was not nor did she apply to be a member of the Socialist Unity Party, and when approached by personnel of the Ministry for State Security (Stasi) to become an informant, she refused.

Merkel’s rise to the top accelerated when she joined the largest party in West Germany, Christlich Demokratische Union. She was selected for multiple positions by Helmet Kohl, her mentor and the leader of the Christian Democratic Union, or CDU. He appointed her as minister for women and, a few years later, as minister of the environment, where she oversaw controversial topics like nuclear safety. She is the most powerful politicial leaders in the world. She is also one of the popular politician of the world

Barack Obama

Barack Obama was the 44th president of the United States and the first African American commander-in-chief. He served two terms, in 2008 and 2012. The son of parents from Kenya and Kansas, Obama was born and raised in Hawaii. He graduated from Columbia University and Harvard Law School, where he was president of the Harvard Law Review. After serving on the Illinois State Senate, he was elected a U.S. senator representing Illinois in 2004. He and wife Michelle Obama have two daughters, Malia and Sasha. 

Obama moved to Chicago and became active in the Democratic Party. He organized Project Vote, a drive that registered tens of thousands of African Americans on voting rolls and that is credited with helping Democrat Bill Clinton win Illinois and capture the presidency in 1992. The effort also helped make Carol Moseley Braun, an Illinois state legislator, the first African American woman elected to the U.S. Senate. During this period, Obama wrote his first book and saw it published.

The memoir, Dreams from My Father (1995), is the story of Obama’s search for his biracial identity by tracing the lives of his now-deceased father and his extended family in Kenya. Obama lectured on constitutional law at the University of Chicago and worked as an attorney on civil rights issues.

Barack Obama was one of the America’s Finest President and citizen. Now, He is serving vcountry as a active leader. He is inspiration to all the people in the world . His contribution in the development of the America is unforgettable. He is one of the most popular political leader in the world. He is also one of the most powerful political leaders in the world.

XI Jinping

Xi Jinping is the president of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). He is the general secretary of the ‘Communist Party of China’ (CPC) and chairman of the ‘Central Military Commission’ (CMC). Since 2012, Xi Jinping has been the highest-ranking official in China. In 2016, he became the fourth person after Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping, and Jiang Zemin to receive the ‘leadership core’ title from the CPC.

After becoming the president of PRC, Xi Jinping went on to introduce measures to enforce party discipline and internal unity. His far-reaching campaign against corruption led to the downfall of several ‘Communist Party’ officials. Xi is known and respected for his integrity, which he managed to keep intact despite the party being named in scandals.

Xi was born June 15, 1953, the son of a well-placed Chinese Communist Party leader, Xi Zhongxun, a former comrade of Communist China’s founder Mao Tse-tung. Considered a “princeling” — someone destined to rise within the government due to family connections — Xi’s destiny was altered when his father was purged from power in 1962. In 1966, Mao launched the Cultural Revolution, a sociopolitical movement intended to preserve “true” Communist ideology and purge remnants of capitalist society.

All formal education was halted, and Xi, at that time in high school, was sent down to work in a remote farming village for seven years, doing manual chores and subsisting on rice gruel. It was there that Xi grew up both physically and mentally. Considered a weakling when he first arrived, he grew strong and compassionate and developed good relations working alongside the villagers. Though the Cultural Revolution was a failure, Xi emerged with a sense of idealism and pragmatism.

Fulfilling one of his early promises, Xi almost immediately embarked on a campaign to deal with government corruption. He arrested some of the country’s most powerful figures, including former security chief Zhou Yongkang, and by the end of 2014 the CCP had disciplined more than 100,000 officials.

However, the Chinese leader has drawn scrutiny for his methods. Critics have noted that his crackdown on government corruption mainly targeted political opponents, and the CCP has come under fire by human rights groups for jailing journalists, lawyers and other private citizens. Under Xi’s reach, censors have sought to eliminate Western influence in school curriculums and limited the public’s internet access.XI Jinping is one of the powerful political leaders in the world. He is also one of the famous politician in the world.

David Cameron

David Cameron was leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister of the UK (2010-16). In the 2015 General Election, he promised a referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU. Despite campaigning for a Remain vote, the UK voted to Leave 52% – 48%. After the referendum defeat, he resigned as Prime Minister.

During his term in office, he presided over a period of economic austerity and also a Referendum on Scottish Independence, where he successfully campaigned for a No Vote. Cameron is considered a ‘One Nation Conservative’ – socially liberal, but still representative of the traditional Conservative beliefs.

David Cameron was born on 9 October, 1966, in London, England. His parents, Ian Donald Cameron and Mary Fleur, were business leaders. He spent his childhood in Berkshire. He attended ‘Heatherdown School’ and ‘Eton College,’ finishing his early education in 1984. Graduating from ‘Oxford’ (Brasenose College) in 1988, Cameron received a first class degree in philosophy, politics and economics (PPE). While at ‘Oxford,’ he was a member of the exclusive and controversial ‘Bullingdon Club.’

In 2003, he was appointed shadow minister in the Privy Council and vice chairman of the Conservative party. In 2005, Michael Howard resigned as leader of the Conservative party, leaving the leadership wide open. Despite his young age and relative lack of experience, he gained support from some key party members.

The party was keen to look towards a new generation, who could perhaps compete with a revitalised ‘New Labour’ party. At the 2005 party conference, he tapped into this by making a well-received speech in which he spoke of making people ‘feel good to be Conservatives again’ and inspiring a new generation. Despite finishing second in the first ballot, he went on to win, beating more established names. He is one of the most popular politician in the world. He is also one of the powerful politician in the world.

Narendra Modi

Narendra Damodardas Modi is India’s 14th and current prime minister since 2014 after an impressive victory by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). An interesting fact about Modi is that he became Chief Minister of Gujarat as a first time MLA. Similarly he became the prime minister of India as a first time MP. Modi is credited with leading the BJP in 2014 to a majority in Lok Sabha and this is for the first time since 1984. Born to a Gujarati family in Vadnagar, Modi had humble beginnings when he helped his father sell tea following which he set his own tea-stall allegedly.

Narendra Modi was born in the small town of Vadnagar, in northern Gujarat, India. His father was a street merchant who struggled to support the family. Young Narendra and his brother sold tea near a bus terminal to help out. Though an average student in school, Modi spent hours in the library and was known as a strong debater. In his early teens, he joined Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, the student wing of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), a Hindu nationalist political party. Modi had an arranged marriage at 18 but spent little time with his bride. The two eventually separated, with Modi claiming to be single for some time.

Modi, as a child, not only supported his family but also extended support to Indian Army soldiers. During the Indo-Pakistan War of 1965, he would rush to serve hot masala chai to soldiers when the train would arrive at the local railway station. During his school days, PM Modi acted in a number of plays. He was barely 13 or 14 when he enacted a play to raise funds to repair a broken wall of his school in his hometown. Inspired by the growing gipsy culture, PM Modi, during his adolescence, spent around two years travelling around India. He returned to Gujarat after visiting various religious centres across the country.

Benjamin Netanyahu

Benjamin Netanyahu is the prime minister of Israel. He assumed office on 31 March 2009. He also serves as a member of Knesset (Israeli parliament) and minister of public diplomacy and diaspora Affairs. Netanyahu, who has a rich political history, had previously served as the prime minister of Israel from 1996 to 1999 after which he temporarily retired from politics following his defeat to Ehud Barak. However, the fall of the Barak administration rekindled his political ambitions and he returned to politics, eventually becoming the prime minister again in 2009.

Netanyahu held several ambassadorship positions before being elected to the Knesset (Israeli parliament) as a Likud member in 1988. He served as deputy minister of foreign affairs (1988–91) and then as a deputy minister in Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir’s coalition cabinet (1991–92). In 1993 he easily won election as the leader of the Likud party, succeeding Shamir in that post. Netanyahu became noted for his opposition to the 1993 Israel-PLO peace accords and the resulting Israeli withdrawals from the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

For the first time in Israeli history, voters could choose the prime minister and the Knesset representatives separately. On May 29, 1996, Netanyahu was elected prime minister, winning by a less than one percent margin to the surprise of many. He was the youngest man to ever hold the position. His election stunned the international community, who now feared that the hard-won Oslo agreements of 1992 and 1993, which Netanyahu inherited but did not like, would be railroaded by Israeli conservatives.

He is the person with long and interesting history. His contribution towards the development of the Israel is just awesome. He is one of the most followed person in the country. He is also one of the most powerful political leader in the country.  He is one of the popular political leader in the country.

Dilma Rousseff

An economist by profession, Dilma Vana Rousseff is the first woman to hold the office of the President of Brazil. She happens to be the 36th President of the country. Before becoming the President, she served as the Energy Minister in 2002 and the Chief of Staff to the President, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.  She took to the streets in protest and was a part of the organized resistance against military dictatorship, getting affiliated to many leftist and Marxist urban guerrilla groups.

She was eventually captured, jailed, and tortured, and it is only after her release that she began her life afresh with a new stand. She flourished in her personal life as well as in education, self-development, and the contemporary political scene in Brazil. She played an important role in the founding of the Democratic Labour Party (PDT) in Rio Grande de do Sul. She ran for presidency soon after and was eventually sworn in after her victory on January 1, 2011.

Dilma Vana Rousseff won the Woodrow Wilson Award in 2011 at New York City. She got the Cordon of the Order of Stara Planina Award from Bulgaria. In 2014, Spain conferred Knight of the Collar of the Order of Isabella the Catholic on Rousseff. Besides the above, she was ranked fourth in Forbes’ 2014 list of the Most Powerful Women of the World. She is also one of the popular political leader in the world. She is one of the powerful political leader in the world.

Khalifa Bin Zayed Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan

Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan is the current President of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). He is also the sixteenth Emir for the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, which is the largest of the Emirates comprising the UAE. Apart from this, he remains the supreme commander of the Union Defence Force. Born in the Eastern region of Abu Dhabi, he is the eledest son of Sheikh Zayed and Her Highness Sheikha Hessa bint Mohammed bin Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. He has been married to Her Highness Sheikha Shamsa bint Suhail Al Mazrouei and they have eight children.

Sheikh Khalifa was born on 7 September 1948, in Al Muwaji Fort in Al Ain. He is the eldest son of the Late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan and Sheikh Hessa bint Mohammed bin Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. His family, traces its history to the Bani Yas tribe, the original people of the UAE. He completed his initial education at the city school in Al Ain and thereafter graduated from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.

In February 1969, he was named the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and was subsequently appointed the Head of the Department of Defence. He supervised the growth of Abu Dhabi Defence Forces, which later became the core of UAE Armed Forces. In 1971, he was made the Emir or Ruler of Abu Dhabi and the Minister of Defence and Finance. In a couple of years during the cabinet allocation, he was given the post of Deputy Prime Minister. In 1974, he became the Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Executive Council. He spearheaded major improvements and transformed Abu Dhabi into a modern city.
 
He is one of the popular political leader in the world. He is one of the most powerful political leader in the world.

Shinjo Abe

Shinjo Abe is the prime minister of Japan from September 2006 to September 2007 and became prime minister again in 2012 with a promise to fix Japan’s ailing economy (following policies that were dubbed “Abenomics”). He is a right-wing politician from a family with deep political roots who belongs to Japan’s Liberal Democratic Party.

Abe was born on September 21, 1954, in Tokyo, Japan (some sites incorrectly list Nagato, which is Abe’s hometown in the Yamaguchi prefecture, as his birthplace). Abe’s father, Shintaro Abe, was a foreign minister; following his father’s death in 1991, Abe ran for and won his seat in the Diet in 1993. After World War II, Abe’s maternal grandfather, Nobusuke Kishi — who’d worked as an industrial planner in Japanese-occupied Manchuria in the 1930s — was arrested as a Class A war criminal. He was not indicted, and his anti-communist views helped secure his release in 1948. Kishi served as prime minister from 1957 to 1960. Like Abe, he wanted to alter the pacifist Article 9 in Japan’s constitution.

Abe is a conservative who believes in increasing Japan’s ability to defend itself, a goal shared by his maternal grandfather, who also served as one of Japan’s prime ministers. However, the priority for Abe’s second term has been rebuilding Japan’s troubled economy. In 2012 Abe campaigned on boosting Japan’s economy, which had the problems of ongoing deflation, an aging population, the aftereffects of the 2007-2008 financial crisis and a devastating earthquake and tsunami in 2011. Abe’s economic policy — known as “Abenomics” — consists of three arrows: monetary easing, the stimulus of increased government spending and structural reform.

Shinjo Abe played important role in the development of Japan. He is one of the most popular politician in the world. He is also one of the powerful person in the world. 

Conclusion:

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