As part of its "Campaign 2008: The Issues Considered" series, the Baker Institute hosts John Bolton to discuss issues in foreign policy. At issue is the direction of the new administration as it engages a complex world and the legacy of President George W. Bush. Bolton is a prominent neoconservative who served as interim U.S. ambassador to the United Nations in 2005 and has held important positions in three Republican administrations. A recognized policy expert with experience at the highest levels of government, Bolton will present his view on the most important issues facing this country.
Read more about Bolton's Oct. 14 address at the Baker Institute.