Thursday, May 31, 2007

Bush Learns The Art of Diplomacy

In the dying days of his presidency President Bush seems to be finally learning the subtle art of diplomacy, if his decision to appoint Robert Zoellick to head the World Bank is anything to go by.

Zoellick comes as a breath of fresh air, after the lamentable failure of the Wolfowitz presidency.

Many have applauded Zoellick's nomination by President Bush, hoping that it will help restore the reputation of an organisation that was tainted by the regime of his predecessor.

Pending confirmation by the board, Zoellick will start on June 30.

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