April 19, 2011

Cables Reveal U.S.'s Israel Bias at UN

Colum Lynch, Foreign Policy

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Exclusive new cables released by WikiLeaks reveal the United States' heavy-handed efforts to help Israel at the UN.

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TAGGED: Ban Ki-moon, Susan Rice, Barack Obama, United States, WikiLeaks, Israel, United Nations, UN

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