John R. Bolton flew to Europe in 2002 to confront the head of a global arms-control agency and demand he resign, then orchestrated the firing of the unwilling diplomat in a move a U.N. tribunal has since judged unlawful, according to officials involved.Yup. Let's get him through the process so he can go to New York and continue on with his partisan, parochial, steamrolling behaviors.
A former Bolton deputy says the U.S. undersecretary of state felt Jose Bustani "had to go," particularly because the Brazilian was trying to send chemical weapons inspectors to Baghdad. That might have helped defuse the crisis over alleged Iraqi weapons and undermined a U.S. rationale for war.
Saturday, June 04, 2005
Just the kind'a guy I want representing the USA at the United Nations
The latest on John Bolton's nomination to be the US ambassador to the United Nations:
Posted by Peter A. Stinson on Saturday, June 04, 2005