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Should We Take Global Governance Seriously
Should We Take Global Governance Seriously? John R. Bolton* I. INTRODUCTION Even the apparently simple act of entitling a conference "Trends in Global Governance: Do They Threaten American
Surrender Is Not an Option: Defending America at the United Nations and Abroad
The son of a Baltimore fireman and the first person in his family to go to university, with scholarships to Yale College and Yale Law School, John Bolton candidly recounts his sixteen month tenure as
Wrong Turn in Somalia
Since the end of the Persian Gulf War, pressure has mounted to involve the United Nations in a growing number of countries that are experiencing internal civil strife. Somalia is the paradigm case.
The Risks and Weaknesses of the International Criminal Court from America's Perspective
JOHN R. BOLTON [*] In the aftermaths of both World War I and World War II, the United States engaged in significant domestic political debates over its proper place in the world. President Wilson's
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The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir
As President Trump's National Security Advisor, John Bolton spent many of his 453 days in the room where it happened, and the facts speak for themselves. The result is a White House memoir that is
No More Business as Usual
The case for reform, especially reform of the management structures of the UN, as advanced by the current U.S. permanent representative to the world body.
The Bush Administration's Forward Strategy for Nonproliferation
It is good to be home among so many friends at the American Enterprise Institute ("AEI"). I am particularly happy that Jeremy Rabkin and AEI have just published The case for Sovereignty: Why the