Robert Zoellick

Graves, Lucia; Smith, Sarah
December 2015
National Journal;12/12/2015, Vol. 47 Issue 50-52, p37
The article profiles World Bank chief Robert Zoellick as one of the featured Washington's up-and-comers as well as movers and shakers in periodical's past issues.


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