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 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.

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