Evelyn Leopold

Contributor, Huffington Post

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Contributor to the Huffington Post; veteran United Nations Bureau Chief for Reuters (1993-2010)

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In his  second annual address  to the UN General Assembly today, President Obama emphasized peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians.

President Obama Goes Back to the UN

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Last year, in his  first speech  to the UN General Assembly, President Obama promised a new era of American engagement with the rest of the world.

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Last year, in his first speech to the UN General Assembly, President Obama promised a new era of American engagement with the rest of the world.

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The UN Security Council today  passed its fourth resolution  against Iran’s nuclear development program as demanded by the United States.

Security Council Passes New Round of Sanctions against Iran

The UN Security Council today passed its fourth resolution against Iran’s nuclear development program as demanded by the United States.

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