Bolton's U.N. Reform, a Complicated Mission

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When President Bush skirted Congress and gave John Bolton a recess appointment to serve as ambassador to the United Nations, the idea was to shake up the scandal-ridden world body. But Bolton's focus on management reforms and his threats of holding up U.S. finances have angered many.



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