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Nobel laureate criticized U.S. policy

Nobel laureate criticized U.S. policy

The former head of IAEA, diplomat, and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mohamed ElBaradei sharply criticized US foreign policy. He outlined his position in an article for Project Syndicate.

According to ElBaradei, one of the biggest shocks to him was that the United States, which prides itself on its love of freedom and justice, too often pursues a “hegemonic and repressive foreign policy. In particular, the Nobel laureate recalled the wars in and Vietnam, and pointed to Washington’s support of “ruthless dictators.

The gap between how America presents itself and its foreign policy has deepened the ambivalent perception of the US in the Arab world and the rest of the world,” ElBaradei noted.

According to the author of the article, the situation can be corrected by the “necessary shift” of the US attitude towards a more unbiased approach towards with other countries.

Earlier, it was reported that in Syria, a U.S. drone destroyed a truck with food.



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