UNGA 2019: there’s always a story behind a no-show

Who attends the United Nations General Assembly every year — and more crucially, who doesn’t — makes for a handy snapshot of the political state of the world.

The no-shows are generally significant because they indicate the seriousness of ongoing, homegrown crises in disparate parts of the world. A leader dealing with regional, national or domestic political issues might…

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