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John Bolton

Former United States Ambassador to the UN

John Bolton Biography

Former United States ambassador to the United Nations John R. Bolton is an expert in international policy and economics.

  • United States Permanent Representative to the United Nations (August 2005 – December 2006), Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security (May 2001 – July 2005), Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs (May 1989 – January 1993)
  • Lawyer and diplomat
  • A dedicated defender of US interests and an advocate of human rights
  • Combining expert insight with years of experience, Bolton presents in English

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The Economic Recovery and International Policy

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Threats to American Security: A Closer Look at the World's Trouble Spots

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Global Political and Economic Risk Assessment and Your Business Strategy

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The International Environment in the Next Two Years

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