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Barbados splits from the Queen, trading one empire for another

Every year since 1984, the United States Department of State is obliged to present to Congress the voting records of the member states of the United Nations. The panel of “coincidental” voting coalitions at the General Assembly for 2020 shows that China and Cuba, as you would expect, rarely vote with the US side on disputed resolutions. Jamaica and Barbados voted with the US, only 25% and 26% of the time, respectively. Ethiopia, one of the UK’s biggest aid recipients, sided with the US with only 22% of the vote.

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