By: Mark Leon Goldberg on December 04, 2009 Arguably today’s biggest international story is the 2010 FIFA World Cup draw. It’s always fund to suss out the political significance of these matchups. For example, there seems to be a heavy dose of former colonies facing their colonizers. In group C we have England-USA; Group G, Portugal-Brazil; and in Group H Spain-Honduras AND Spain-Chile. Note also that reclusive North Korea will field a team in South Africa this year. Any readers have predictions you’d like to share?