President Donald Trump’s recent appointment of John Bolton as his next National Security Adviser caused a collective outcry among many in the nuclear nonproliferation community. Antagonistic to the Iran nuclear deal and seemingly supportive of military action against North Korea, it was Bolton, as undersecretary of state for arms control during the George W. Bush administration, who was front and center of that administration’s decision to end the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty.
What you need to know:
Three strikes means Bolton should be out
Alexandra Bell, James McKeon
The Bolton threat to the Iran nuclear deal
The world according to Bolton (From 2005; click on the PDF button to read)
The dangerousness of John Bolton
Dan Drollette Jr.
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