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According to Claudia Rosett, writing at Forbes: The U.N.'s Year Of Libya "It's hard to think how anyone could be a worse choice than this year's president, the anti-American, radical leftist retread Sandinista, Nicaragua's Miguel d'Escoto Brockman, who opened last year's General Assembly by denouncing the U.S. But the U.N. has found a way. The expectation is that this fall, when the U.N. clogs New York traffic for the opening of its 64th annual General Assembly, the new president of that 192 member-state body, sometimes styled as the Parliament of Man, will be the candidate of--and no, I'm not kidding--the Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya. Or, in short, Libya.