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Wolfowitz set to head World Bank

October 12, 2018
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The US President, George Bush, has acknowledged that his nomineefor the presidency of the World Bank, Paul Wolfowitz, iscontroversial. (Sydney Morning Herald — 17 hours ago)
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Despite European concerns, Paul Wolfowitz gets White House backingfor a vital post. (The Age — 17 hours ago)
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President Bush on Wednesday selected Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz, a magnet for controversy as a leading architect of the Iraq war, for World Bank president. (International Herald Tribune — 17 March, 2005)
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US President George W Bush has selected his controversial Deputy Secretary of Defence Paul Wolfowitz to be the next head of the World Bank All World Bank members have to approve the US choice and P (ABC News — 17 March, 2005)
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President Bush nominates hawkish US Deputy Defence Secretary Paul Wolfowitz to head the World Bank. (BBC News — 17 March, 2005)
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President George W. Bush said Wednesday that he plans to nominate Paul Wolfowitz to become the next president of the World Bank. (International Herald Tribune — 17 March, 2005)
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The head of Oxfam in Australia has raised concerns about the nomination of US Deputy Defence Secretary Paul Wolfowitz as the next head of the World Bank Mr Wolfowitz 61 was one of the key archite (ABC News — 17 March, 2005)
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In a controversial move, U.S. President George W. Bush has said he believes Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz will be a strong president of the World Bank. (CNN — 17 March, 2005)
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Only Britain, a U.S. ally in Iraq, seemed to endorse Wolfowitz wholeheartedly. (International Herald Tribune — 20 hours ago)
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The nomination of Paul D. Wolfowitz, the deputy secretary of defense, is virtually certain to stir debate, especially in Europe. (New York Times — 17 March, 2005)
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Bush’s nomination of Wolfowitz demonstrates his belief that the institution could benefit from stern discipline. (International Herald Tribune — 16 hours ago)
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