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David Bosco, assistant professor of International Politics, is a past Fulbright Scholar and senior editor at Foreign Policy magazine. Formerly an attorney at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, he focused on international arbitration, litigation, and antitrust matters. He also served as a political analyst and journalist in Bosnia and Herzegovina and as deputy director of a joint United Nations/NATO project on repatriating refugees in Sarajevo. He is author of Five to Rule Them All (Oxford University Press, 2009), a history of the UN Security Council. He recently completed Rough Justice(Oxford University Press, 2014), an examination of the International Criminal Court's first decade. He writes regularly for Foreign Policy magazine.
JD, magna cum laude, Harvard Law School; M.Phil, Cambridge University; BA, Harvard University
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