By Izeth Hussain
Normally the use of the term “conspiracy” denotes that a writer has a penchant for the sensational and that he cannot be taken without reservations as a serious political analyst. But the plain truth is that conspiracies abound in the world of politics, and they certainly feature in international relations as well. The Ban Ki-Moon affair is pre-eminently one of which we can scarcely make sense except on the hypothesis of a conspiracy.
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