June 1, 2014

Pope's Silent Diplomacy in Argentina

Andres Oppenheimer, Miami Herald

The Associated Press

The pope needs Argentina to be in peace, because he could hardly gain credibility as a major player in much thornier conflicts in the Middle East and other world hot spots if he couldn’t even maintain social harmony in his own country, where he has the biggest political influence. Whatever his reasons, his private diplomacy in Argentina is working.

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