Wolfowitz and the World Bank at Bay

Paul Wolfowitz's resignation from the World Bank would not be enough to restore credibility. What needs to be changed is the archaic process by which the US unilaterally chooses the Bank's leader.

Will World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz’s troubles finally catalyze real change at the World Bank? Will there finally be an end to the archaic practice by which the President of the United States unilaterally appoints the head of the world’s most important development agency?