Who is David Bosco?
David Bosco is an American journalist and an author who marks on the subject of worldwide relations. He worked as a senior editor at Foreign Policy magazine. He is also contributing as an assistant professor of international politics at Indiana University.
David Bosco Early Life, Education
David Bosco was born and grew up in Washington, DC. David gained primary education from St. Albans School in Washington. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Arts, magna cum laude from Harvard College in 1995. He was also the associate editorial chair of The Harvard Crimson. In 1996, Bosco earned a Master’s degree in Philosophy in international relations from Cambridge University. Again in 2001, David Bosco gained a J.D., magna cum laude, from Harvard Law School.
David Bosco Career
David Bosco worked for solving the refugee issues in post-war Bosnia. Firstly, he began to work as a volunteer with the American Refugee Committee. And later he became head of the Sarajevo office. He also served as deputy director of a joint United Nations / NATO project in Sarajevo.
David Busco interned at NATO Military Headquarters in Mons, Belgium while studying at Harvard Law School.
In 2000, Bosco served in the legal advisor’s office of the U.S. State Department.
After Busco’s graduation from law school, he was a Fulbright Scholar in Santiago, Chile from 2001 to 2002.
David Busco also worked in the research field on criminal justice reform and then published in Legal Affairs.
David Busco was an attorney at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton from 2002 to 2004.
David also worked for Foreign Policy magazine as a senior editor from 2004 to 2006. And still, he is working as a contributing editor where he is involved in writing Multilateralist Blogs.
David Bosco teaches at Indiana University on subjects like global governance, international organization, and international law. He has also designed some courses and taught on the International Criminal Court and Washington College of Law.
David Bosco Awards
Some major awards won by David Bosco are given below:
- Derek Bok Teaching Prize at Harvard University – 2000
- Frederick Sheldon Prize – 2001
- Fullbright Scholar – 2001
- Next Generation Fellow in the study of international organizations, American Assembly – 2008
David Bosco Publications
- ‘ Rough Justice: The International Criminal Court in a World of Power Politics’, published by Oxford University Press – 2014
- ‘Five to Rule Them All: The UN Security Council and the Making of the Modern World’, published by Oxford University Press – 2009
- ‘The Debt Frenzy’, Foreign Policy – 2007
- ‘Military Necessity vs. Moral Principle’, The American Scholar – 2008
- ‘The Lost Ambassador’, The Washington Post – 2010
- ‘The International Criminal Court and Crime Prevention: Byproduct or Conscious Goal’, Michigan State Journal of International Law – 2010
- ‘Course Corrections: The Obama Administration at the United Nations’, Hague Journal of Diplomacy – 2011
- ‘Assessing the Effectiveness of the UN Security Council: A Concert Approach’, Global Governance – 2014
- ‘Letters from the Frontlines: State Communications to the UN Security Council During Conflict’, Columbia Journal of Transnational Law – 2016
- ‘Palestine in The Hague: Justice, Geopolitics, and the International Criminal Court’, Global Governance – 2016
- ‘Discretion and State Influence at the International Criminal Court: The Prosecutor’s Preliminary Examinations’, American Journal of International Law – 2017
David Bosco Net Worth
The estimated net worth of David Bosco is about $400,000. He makes greater income from his profession.
Net Worth in 2020: $400,000
David Bosco TV appearances and radio broadcasts
David Bosco has also provided commentary and analysis for CNN International, National Public Radio, and the Voice of America.
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