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Pompeo is right on Iran sanctions

20 August 2020

9:06 AM

20 August 2020

9:06 AM

The halls of the UN are a habitual stage for empty gestures and vaporous rhetoric, but last Friday’s Security Council vote was a dangerous theater of the absurd — and one in which two of the United States’s allies played ignominious supporting roles.

The Council not only rejected the Trump administration’s proposal to extend Resolution 2231, which restricts conventional arms sales to the rogue regime in Iran.

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