Wolfowitz on Shaky Ground at the World Bank

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Controversy swirled around World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz as the organization convened its spring meetings in Washington, D.C. this weekend.

Criticism has been leveled at Wolfowitz from many quarters for his handling of the institution's activities around the globe. But it is his romantic relationship with another employee, and actions to advance her career, that has done the most to undermine his position as the development institution's leader.



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