Free Advice for Paul Wolfowitz

On June 1, former Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz became the next head of the World Bank. His mission: to end global poverty. The trouble is, few agree on how to go about it. So Foreign Policy asked five of the worlds leading development experts to offer Wolfowitz some free advice on getting the job ...

On June 1, former Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz became the next head of the World Bank. His mission: to end global poverty. The trouble is, few agree on how to go about it. So Foreign Policy asked five of the worlds leading development experts to offer Wolfowitz some free advice on getting the job done.

On June 1, former Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz became the next head of the World Bank. His mission: to end global poverty. The trouble is, few agree on how to go about it. So Foreign Policy asked five of the worlds leading development experts to offer Wolfowitz some free advice on getting the job done.

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