Commentary | 18 March 2005

There's hope in Bush's hawkish nomination

While the news that Paul Wolfowitz, Deputy Defence Secretary and architect of the Iraq War, has been nominated to head the World Bank has disappointed some and angered others, Mark Thirlwell wonders if the outspoken neo-con could turn out to be a surprisingly appropriate Bank president. The Australian, 18 March 2005, p. 17

Mark Thirlwell

  • Mark Thirlwell

While the news that Paul Wolfowitz, Deputy Defence Secretary and architect of the Iraq War, has been nominated to head the World Bank has disappointed some and angered others, Mark Thirlwell wonders if the outspoken neo-con could turn out to be a surprisingly appropriate Bank president. The Australian, 18 March 2005, p. 17

Mark Thirlwell

  • Mark Thirlwell