Bosco’s research focus is on the political dynamics of international organizations and international law, examining global governance, specifically the UN Security Council and the International Criminal Court. He is currently researching a book on ocean governance. Bosco is continuing to research aspects of the United Nations system, with a focus on the Security Council’s performance, and the International Criminal Court. His two recent books focus on international governance organizations: “Rough Justice: the International Criminal Court in a World of Power Politics,” published in 2014, and “Five to Rule Them All: the UN Security Council and the Making of the Modern World,” published in 2009.
Global and International Studies Building, 1010