Robert B. Zoellick

Essays

How can Washington and Beijing avoid typical patterns of distrust and fear?

TNI’s Justine A. Rosenthal sits down with World Bank Chief Robert Zoellick. On the agenda: dealing with failed states, making China a “responsible stakeholder” and rethinking international development.

Ten years after the event, a key architect of America's response to German reunification looks back--and draws lessons for the present.

The challenge of an ascendant China now requires a consistent, steady, long-term view.

Now that there is an armistice in the latest phase of the trade war with Japan, it is instructive to evaluate President Clinton's settlement, the costs of achieving it, and the implications for U.

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TNI’s Justine A. Rosenthal sits down with World Bank Chief Robert Zoellick. Among topics of conversation: dealing with failed states, making China a “responsible stakeholder” and rethinking international development. This excerpt is taken from “No

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April 18, 2014