A veteran of three Republican administrations and a nominee for the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize, John Bolton reveals how the U.S. can lead the way to a more realistic global security arrangement for the 21st century and identifies the next generation of threats to America.
"A Straight Speaking Diplomat"
The Vienna deal sets up a choice of bad and worse.
International law represents a threat to US sovereignty not just because of the activist effort to constrain American freedom of action within a straitjacket of international rules. International law today is fundamentally different from traditional international law, which took the form of agreements between nations or at least universal rules that had received unanimous consent from all states.