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Paul Wolfowitz Quotes
Paul Dundes Wolfowitz (b. December 22, 1943) is an American academic and political figure. He is currently the President of the World Bank.
A former aide to conservative Democratic Senator Henry M. Jackson in the 1970s, Wolfowitz also served in the U.S. Department of Defense, as Director of Policy Planning and Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs at the U.S. State Department, as U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia, and as Deputy Secretary of Defense in the administration of President George W. Bush.
The problem of corruption is a big drag on the Bangladesh economy.
I think one has to say it's not just simply a matter of capturing people and holding them accountable, but removing the sanctuaries, removing the support systems, ending states who sponsor terrorism. And that's why it has to be a broad and sustained campaign.
We don't start a job that we can't finish... that's the American way.
Helping people lift themselves out of poverty is truly a noble mission.
Jobs are a priority for every country, ... Doing more to improve regulation and help entrepreneurs is the key to creating jobs - and more growth.
We can't commit money unless we're convinced it is going to be spent in the right way.
A lot of work needs to be done to sustain growth.
Public action should seek to expand the set of opportunities of those who have the least voice and fewest resources and capabilities.
What we're looking for and what I think to some extent we're getting is both much stronger commitments from the G-8 countries as to how they will implement their obligations ... and then to make sure that they are not the only contributors here.
In recent days, the Syrians have been shipping killers into Iraq to try to kill Americans -- we don't welcome that.
I think it is important that Iraq's neighbors not meddle with Iraq.
A trade agreement in Hong Kong would provide the spur for investment and economic growth that promises a lasting exit from poverty for millions, even billions, of people in developing countries.
The more Iraqis feel that they are in charge of their own country, the more rapidly we'll get away from this idea that we're there as an occupation force. We came as liberators. That's our mission.
9/11 basically brought home to all of us, including me, just what the stakes were in leaving threats like that untended.
If we're not true to our principles, we're not serving our national interest.