Twenty years ago I was American ambassador to Indonesia and I have to freely acknowledge, because it is pretty much an open secret, that I fell in love with that countryWolfowitz leaving World Bank Jun 29, 2007
People were reacting to a whole string of inaccurate statements and by the time we got to do anything approximating accuracy the passions were around the bendAfrica called top challenge for World Bank May 28, 2007
I believe in the mission of this organization and I believe I can carry it outWorld Bank head refuses to step down Apr 15, 2007
I think it's very much in the interests of the Chadian government to establish in the eyes of everybody that they are honorable parties to the agreements that they undertakeWorld Bank suspends loans to Chad Jan 07, 2006
Though it is making rapid strides, India has an unfinished agendaWorld Bank to offer India $9B loan Aug 22, 2005
Democratic (before 1981).
Paul Dundes Wolfowitz (born December 22, 1943) is a former United States Ambassador to Indonesia, U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense, President of the World Bank, and former dean of the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University. He is currently a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, working on issues of international economic development, Africa and public-private partnerships, and chairman of the US-Taiwan Business Council.
He is a leading neoconservative. As Deputy Secretary of Defense, he was "a major architect of President Bush's Iraq policy and ... its most hawkish advocate." After serving two years, he resigned as president of the World Bank Group "ending a protracted and tumultuous battle over his stewardship, sparked by a promotion he arranged for his companion."