A Red-Letter Day

Today, Iran becomes a member of the United Nations’ Commission on the Status of Women. No country, including the U.S., is expected to object.
In related news, on Tuesday the U.N. suspended Libya from membership in its Human Rights Council. They were a little late with that one, but it is easy to understand why: the Council still includes Bahrain, Bangladesh, China, Cuba, Mauritius, Pakistan, Russia and Saudi Arabia. What distinguishes Libya’s government from a number of others on the Council is, apparently, that it is about to topple.

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