When President Obama takes the podium on Monday during the United Nations General Assembly, he will be part of a cavalcade of world leaders — from Russia to Iran — whose nations are at the fore of global crisis and conflicts.
That means that a wide range of contentions — from strained relations between the U.S. and Russia over the annexation of Ukraine and movement in Syria, to the rise of ISIS in the Middle East, to the impact of global climate change — could be addressed during the 70th anniversary of the founding of t...
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