Dennis de Tray

Vice President of the Center for Global Development

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Former Country Director for the World Bank's five Central Asian republics; Vice President of the Center for Global Development

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The  World Bank  is a multilateral institution
intended to rid the world of poverty. Big European donors have a powerful voice
but the United States
picks the Bank's president. Now…

The Wolfowitz Showdown at the World Bank

The World Bank is a multilateral institution intended to rid the world of poverty. Big European donors have a powerful voice but the United States picks the Bank's president. Now…

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