It's natural to sympathize with the starving population of a famine-ravished country, but whereas a citizen knows where his next meal is coming from (the ration store, or a guy he just stabbed), the satiation of a dictator is much more unpredictable. Will that live fish transported 600mi survive the journey? Is the clear soup transparent enough to be decidedly poison-free? How many Mars bars are left in this spider-hole? These are the questions that haunt the hunger of some of the world's fiercest rulers, so read on to learn more about their idiosyncratic eating habits.