POWER WITHOUT HOARINESS Used to be that Bill Clinton and Tony Blair, elected at 46 and 43 respectively, were the young bucks among world leaders. But now the thirtysomethings are taking over. Four who recently made it to the top are:
Bharrat Jagdeo: The 35-year-old economist became President of Guyana last week.
King Abdullah: The 37-year-old army general has been King of Jordan since February.
King Mohammed VI: Youngest head of state in the Arab world, he ascended the throne in Morocco in July, at 35.
Francisco Flores: In March, the philosophy professor, now 39, became President of El Salvador....