Wednesday, January 18, 2006

John Bolton and UN reform on WAMU Kojo Nambe Show

Kojo Nnamdi's WAMU radio show has a discussion of John Bolton and UN reform, today, Wednesday, January 18, 2006. Here is the link to the WAMU page where you can listen to the recorded show. Below is the text of the show description (I tuned in late, and didn't hear Linda Fasulo, so I'm not sure she was actually on the show):

12:06 John Bolton and the UN
Ambassador John Bolton hasn't shied away from controversy since President Bush appointed him to the top job at the United Nations last summer. We'll take a look at the issues that have topped Bolton's agenda, and how he's interacted with his diplomatic colleagues.


Linda Fasulo, UN correspondent for NBC News and longtime contributor to NPR; author of the book "An Insider's Guide to the UN"

Karl Inderfurth, former Assistant Secretary of State for South Asian Affairs (1997-2001), and Professor at the Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University

Brett Schaefer, Research Fellow in International Regulatory Affairs, The Heritage Foundation

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