Why Did It Take Israel a Week to Condemn North Korea's Nuclear Test?

Bureaucratic foot-dragging, foolishness and absence of a full-time foreign minister lead to a spat with Japan, South Korea and the United States.

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Bureaucratic foot-dragging, foolishness and the absence of a full-time foreign minister caused a diplomatic flap with Japan, South Korea and the United States early this year, senior officials said.