The bottom of the barrel, the worst of the lot, the "rot" in rotten. They're Saudi Arabia, Russia, Israel, Iran and the United States of America. They are the Gang of Ill-Tidings, the worst of the worst.
The findings showing that Canada, Germany and the UN are seen as mostly likely to use their international influence for good. The findings are being published to accompany a major speech by the former British foreign secretary David Miliband who argues that international relations are now governed by a new age of impunity in which war crimes and attacks on humanitarian workers are typically left unpunished.
Miliband, currently president of the International Rescue Committee, will argue that a long retreat of liberal democracy has ushered in a new divide in which some states abide by the rules ushered in after the second world war, and other states regard such international law as “for suckers”.
...The poll was conducted amongst 17,000 adults around the world conducted by Ipsos Mori in 24 countries on behalf of Policy Institute at Kings College London.
"Canada, Germany and the UN are seen as mostly likely to use their international influence for good"
errr.... C. Freeland (under Jr) is rapidly reversing that
as far as Canada is concerned
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