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Kerry’s diplomatic style revealed in WikiLeaks release

Cables to leaders in Middle East show a mediator

Senators John F. Kerry and Richard Lugar, who head the Foreign Relations Committee. Senators John F. Kerry and Richard Lugar, who head the Foreign Relations Committee. (Brendan Smialowski/ Getty Images)
By Farah Stockman and Matt Viser
Globe Staff / November 30, 2010

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The latest trove of diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks provides a rare glimpse into behind-the-scenes meetings Senator John F. Kerry has held with world leaders, offering a window on his style of diplomacy and providing an unvarnished view of his take on some of the United States’ most formidable foreign policy problems. (Full article: 835 words)

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