Will US lose global influence after Human Rights Council pullout?

Diplomats analysing the effect of US withdrawal from the United Nations Human Rights Council warn that the US could no longer be able to persuade allies or bully adversaries.

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    Diplomats are assessing the fallout of the US withdrawal from the United Nations Human Rights Council. The move was widely condemned by activists and even some of Washington's allies. They say the retreat could leave the US with less influence on the international stage.

    Al Jazeera's James Bays reports from the United Nations.


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