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The Perfect Job for Kevin Rudd

It keeps him out of the country, it costs us next to nothing, he speaks perfectly impenetrable international bureaucratese and based on experience at Copenhagen he will put the cause of an international agreement on climate change back years if not decades.  What’s not to like about Kevin Rudd as UN adviser on climate change?

posted on 21 July 2010 by skirchner in Politics

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