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Thomas M. Boyd

A defeat for Bolton could undercut US policy

By Thomas M. Boyd
August 1, 2006

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HE'S BACK! A year ago John R. Bolton sat before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee as it considered his nomination to be ambassador to the United Nations. At the time, he was undersecretary of state for arms control and international security. During the administration of George Bush the elder, in which we both served, he was assistant secretary of state ... (Full article: 635 words)

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