May 6, 2014

Did Power Just Rebuke Obama on Syria?

Jeffrey Goldberg, Bloomberg

The Associated Press

Last week, in a powerful speech that should have received more attention than it has so far, Samantha Power, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, seemed to rebuke the administration in which she serves for its handling of the Syria catastrophe.

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TAGGED: Samantha Power, Barack Obama, Susan Rice, Syria, Genocide

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