There He Goes Again

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Last week, Frida Ghitis wrote this in her WPR column on the U.N. conference on racism in Durban: As for the official U.N. meeting, deciding whether to attend has become even more complicated for the U.S. now that Iran’s Ahmadinejad says that he, too, will sit in. The Iranian announcement of his trip mentioned the “racist policies of the Zionist regime,” offering a preview of what Ahmadinejad may say during his turn at the microphone. For U.S. diplomats, sitting in the same room with the Iranian president offers a tempting but risky opportunity to interact with Iran. The move represents […]

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