Commentary | 05 December 2006

John Bolton's resignation

The resignation of John Bolton as US Permanent Representative to the United Nations is likely to confirm the trend toward moderation in the Bush Administration's foreign policy which has been visible for the past three years. It may also enable the United States to conduct its business more effectively in New York.In a recent article in The National Interest on China's performance at the United States, Dr Michael Fullilove also reviewed Ambassador Bolton's term in office. The article is available for download here.Michael Fullilove

  • Michael Fullilove

The resignation of John Bolton as US Permanent Representative to the United Nations is likely to confirm the trend toward moderation in the Bush Administration's foreign policy which has been visible for the past three years. It may also enable the United States to conduct its business more effectively in New York.In a recent article in The National Interest on China's performance at the United States, Dr Michael Fullilove also reviewed Ambassador Bolton's term in office. The article is available for download here.Michael Fullilove

  • Michael Fullilove