December 19, 2013

America's Diplomatic Hypocrisy

Seema Sirohi, Times of India

The Associated Press

Americans don't like to remember the past but history sometimes does determine the present and may direct the future. Even when Americans have committed serious crimes as in the case of Raymond Davis, the CIA operative who killed two Pakistanis allegedly in self-defence, a way was found. Davis was not a diplomat, yet the Americans baldly claimed diplomatic immunity. Even President Obama felt it necessary to weigh in.

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