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By Tom Fitton
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - U.N. Commission On Human Rights
Between secret deals with Russia to weaken our missile defense, the relaxation of conditions on military aid to Egypt, and the granting of visas to the progeny of a dictatorial Cuban regime - just to name a few troubling actions - the current administration's flippant attitude toward America's sovereignty and its role on the world stage is a major cause for concern.
The United Nations' top human rights body appointed a special investigator to look into human rights abuses in Iran, overcoming resistance from nations that considered it meddling with that country's internal affairs.