Out country’s isolation was further exacerbated this week by the authorities’ latest moves: a verbal war with the United Nations, the expulsion of foreign correspondents, delays over visas for UN representatives and preventing foreign missions from carrying out their activities In our divided and lonely country the diplomatic profession has undergone a calvary similar to […]

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