To be absolutely accurate and correct, you state "No medical association in the world recommends routine infant circumcision." That is because in parts of Asia and other parts of the world, they let the waters get kind of muddy but they do not circumcise infants but instead, adolescents and teens by social or religious custom and they use those customs as a justification. They also tend to promote some of the myths.
If you are planning on posting this on a debate board, you can expect The AAP's policy statement on circumcision to be liberally interpreted and twisted to fit their needs. The fact is, The AAP's Taskforce on Circumcision reviewed 671 research projects and found that "The risks outweigh the potential benefits." The key word in their statement is "potential." The risks of circumcision are known and well documented even though The AAP's numbers are well known to be far, far below the actual incidence. The definition of "potential" is "capable of existing" or not known to exist. There are no known and conclusive benefits of routine infant circumcision and they have stated such.
If you are posting this information to a debate forum and have any problem, PM me and I'll help you out.