Friends and foes alike are falling all over themselves to decry American hypocrisy, but this, quite frankly, is itself hypocrisy.
The very American tendency to consider the United States as a beacon dedicated to inspire humanity can lead to an unfailing good conscience.
It will let domestic and international society keep on criticizing its record, while still sticking to the status quo, without any self-criticism and reflection, and continues to smear other countries from time to time.
Ultimately, bending the rules for the enemy will also affect the American justice system.
The revelation of the use of torture in interrogations and prisons clearly is a violation of human rights and will deal a heavy blow to America’s reputation as a human rights defender.
It is widely known that Kim Jong Un has no use for the Americans. Recently, the North Korean dictator exploited a trip to a museum as a means to get even with the enemy.
Yes, Sylvester Stallone, using his violent action films, succeeded in cementing in our minds — the minds of the viewers — the image of American freedom, democracy and justice being applied.
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Canada’s skepticism about the Obama administration’s fervour for nuclear reconciliation with Tehran is exacerbated by Obama’s decoupling of human rights from his detente project.
The United States and its allies do not want to face the truth, and at every opportunity attempt to tarnish the DPRK’s image so as to increase international pressure under the pretext of human rights.