World leaders rage against neighbors on 2nd day of U.N. debate


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What purpose do these meetings actually serve other than be used as a soapbox for "leaders" to cry from?

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No purpose other than to vent their angers and frustrations or praise, boast, grandstand and point fingers, that's about it when it comes to the UN.

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It's always better to at least provide an opportunity for a meaningful dialogue, even if it is not used and I'm willing to bet that much more goes on in the corridors of the UN than in the assembly room.

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Some of the angriest words came from the rivalries between Pakistan, Afghanistan and India.

This is not limited to the UN. This sounds just like a normal day at my local research centre in Kanagawa, where there are a number of students from these three countries.

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