UN "blame game" gets a bad reception

Reeling from its historic failure to secure a seat in the United Nations Security Council, the Harper government injected national politics into international diplomacy by blaming Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff—a move that critics derided as particularly nasty partisanship.

Carl Meyer
Published: Wednesday, 10/13/2010 12:00 am EDT

Reeling from its historic failure to secure a seat in the United Nations Security Council, the Harper government injected national politics into international diplomacy by blaming Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff—a move that critics derided as particularly nasty partisanship.

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