Tag: John Bolton
Bolton’s extraordinary record of unrelieved fiasco, failure and stupidity as national security adviser was clear at the time and his memoir adds nothing new to or surprising to it.
As long as US-centralized empire is able to control the prevailing narrative about what Russia is doing, that empire will be able to continue to use the pretext of “international law” as a bludgeon against its enemies.
There are few men in modern American history more venal than Former National Security Adviser John Bolton, Tom Luongo writes. Calling Bolton a relic of the Cold War in his outlook on foreign policy is a kindness.
What Bolton’s book tells us about the man is that he is a craven, self-serving individual who is only really interested in promoting himself.