David Bosco

Assistant Professor of International Politics, American University

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Assistant Professor of International Politics at American University and a contributing editor at Foreign Policy magazine, where he write the Multilateralist blog; author of Five to Rule Them All: The UN Security Council and the Making of the Modern World

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In  today's address  to the Indian Parliament in New Delhi, President Obama made a commitment that India has been waiting for, its inclusion as a permanent member of the UN Security…

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President  Obama told the UN  today that "misperceptions" have led to what he called "an almost reflexive anti-Americanism," which he said, "too often has served as an excuse…

President Obama at the UN

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In New York today the United Nations  opened another session , and more than 120 national leaders heard President Obama's  first address  to the General Assembly.

Obama Formally Addresses the 64th UN General Assembly

In New York today the United Nations opened another session , and more than 120 national leaders heard President Obama's first address to the General Assembly.

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