North Korea handed over a long-awaited accounting of its nuclear work to Chinese officials Thursday, fulfilling a key step in the denuclearization process.
Former Vice President Al Gore and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change won the Nobel Peace Prize Friday. Michael Oppenheimer, a member of the U.N. panel, discusses the honor and how the group's work has furthered the debate on climate…
World Bank President Robert Zoellick has been tasked with putting the bank back on track after the stormy departure of its former chief, Paul Wolfowitz. Zoellick details his plan to lead the poverty-fighting institution.
Two weeks after Paul Wolfowitz resigned as president of the World Bank, President Bush nominated former U.S. trade representative Robert Zoellick to lead the organization. An economics professor and a journalist discuss the challenges facing the bank's next president.
Political analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the testimony of former Deputy Attorney General James Comey, Paul Wolfowitz's departure from the World Bank, the Senate immigration bill, and the new Iraq and Afghanistan "war czar."…
U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson speaks with Jim Lehrer about World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz's troubles, the potential impact on the international body, and U.S.-China economic relations ahead of Paulson's meeting with Chinese officials next week.
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz was negotiating with the bank's board Wednesday over his future there, following widespread criticism of his handling of a pay raise and a promotion for his girlfriend. A Financial Times reporter provides an update on…
The White House on Tuesday defended World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz as a special committee found that he broke the rules in dealing with a former employee, who was also his girlfriend. A proponent and an opponent of Wolfowitz's resignation…
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz said Sunday he would remain at his post, despite criticism over his involvement in securing a large pay increase for a female friend. An economic reporter details Wolfowitz's troubles.
By PBS NewsHour
European Union governments Wednesday endorsed World Bank president nominee Paul Wolfowitz, whose reputation as a hawk in the Bush administration made him a contentious choice.
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