The Other Side Of Paul Wolfowitz

PETER VAN AGTMAEL / POLARIS FOR TIME

FIELD TRIP: Wolfowitz meets children in Kigali

This is not the Paul Wolfowitz the world is used to seeing. On a lush hillside in Rwanda last week, Wolfowitz — the über-hawk, the architect of the Iraq war, the embodiment of everything that the Bush Administration's critics find detestable about U.S. foreign policy — was talking about coffee. Standing beside tables of drying coffee under the beating sun, Wolfowitz, just two weeks into his new role as president of the World Bank, picked up a bean and asked a worker how he could tell that it was a good one. It's the color, the man said, launching into a...

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