Bush Nominates Wolfowitz for Top World Bank Spot NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with NPR Washington editor Ron Elving about President Bush's nomination of Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz to be the new head of the World Bank. Wolfowitz, a key proponent of the "neoconservative" political movement calling for a more aggressive U.S. foreign policy, is likely to be met with strong opposition by European nations opposed to the U.S.-led invasion and occupation of Iraq.
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Bush Nominates Wolfowitz for Top World Bank Spot

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Bush Nominates Wolfowitz for Top World Bank Spot

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Bush Nominates Wolfowitz for Top World Bank Spot

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NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with NPR Washington editor Ron Elving about President Bush's nomination of Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz to be the new head of the World Bank. Wolfowitz, a key proponent of the "neoconservative" political movement calling for a more aggressive U.S. foreign policy, is likely to be met with strong opposition by European nations opposed to the U.S.-led invasion and occupation of Iraq.