U.N. Critic Bolton Poised to Take Envoy's Post

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John Bolton once said the United Nations is valuable only when it directly serves U.S. interests. Michele Kelemen profiles President Bush's choice to serve as ambassador to the international body. Bolton faces a Senate confirmation hearing.



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