February 11, 2012

America's Hypocritical UN Outrage

Rami Khouri, Daily Star

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Susan Rice’s anger and disgust with the Russian-Chinese veto were largely hollow and meaningless, because in reality they reflected more U.S. hubris and pride than any credible diplomacy.

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