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Iran's leading dissident implores UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to reprimand the Iranian government for its human rights abuses and provide moral support for the suffering Iranian people.
Expect no changes as Bush Administration hit man Robert Zoellick takes the helm of the World Bank.
Paul Wolfowitz's resignation won't reform the World Bank. But it could spark a new era of independence from the International Monetary Fund.
The Third World was never imagined as a place but rather a project, one that was ultimately doomed by globalization--it awaits a resurrection.
The World Bank was corrupt long before Paul Wolfowitz gave his girlfriend a raise.
Wolfowitz is in trouble. The World Bank leader got his girlfriend a pay
raise, lied about it and alienated his staff. But don't worry--Bush
still thinks he's doing a bang-up job.
Two books about Kofi Annan illuminate the controlling relationship between the US and the United Nations.
Zalmay Khalilzad promises be a more effective US ambassador to the UN, but is that a good thing?
A videotaped hanging does not bring justice to Saddam's victims, living or dead.
Although Kofi Annan's tenure was shadowed by political catfights, he leaves the United Nations as one of its most successful secretary generals.
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