Paul Wolfowitz’s exit as World Bank president clears the way for the global aid body to move ahead, many said after he announced his decision, but by not quitting earlier he had hurt his own and the bank’s reputation. The general reaction has been that a protracted battle over his stewardship, prompted by his involvement in a high-paying promotion for his companion, had undercut any chance he had to be an effective leader. World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz leaves his house in the Washington suburb of Chevy Chase, Maryland (more…)
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