Heads of state will flock shortly to Turtle Bay for the annual meeting of the United Nations General Assembly. They have no better opportunity to highlight perhaps the most important human rights issue of our times— religious freedom.
President Donald Trump ought to take concerns over this most basic of human liberties center stage at the U.N. after the 74th session of the General Assembly opens Sept. 17.
On the agenda in New York is an entire summit on climate change Sept. 23. Few dispute that addressing climate change is a worthwhile topic.
That said, when politicians gather to discuss the issue they wind up sounding a lot more like politicians than problem solvers, producing paeans of climate orthodoxy mixed with sanctimonious and self-serving speechifying.
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