Several world leaders addressed the United Nations General Assembly in New York Tuesday, including US President Barack Obama. He honored US
diplomatic personnel killed in Libya during recent protests, and talked about what needs to be done to increase tolerance and stem violence in the transitioning Middle East. But some critics of the President’s foreign policy say the US must first acknowledge the role of its own militarism and repression at home and abroad before criticizing other nations. FSRN’s Alice Ollstein reports.
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