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Wolfowitz Case Offers Test of Multilateralism

Kenneth Rogoff

World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz faces unprecedented pressure to resign his position. What’s at stake here, analysts say, is the Bush administration’s commitment to multilateralism. Critics say it’s time for the World Bank’s leader-selection process to be opened up, so that non-U.S. citizens could be considered for the post.

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Kenneth Rogoff

Former Brookings Expert

Thomas D. Cabot Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Economics, Harvard University

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