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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
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Topic - Stanley Fischer
Mexican central banker Agustin Carstens said Monday that the next leader of the International Monetary Fund should not be European because those nations are borrowing heavily from the lending organization.
JERUSALEM -- srael's central bank chief, Stanley Fischer, is standing in a Cyprus airport when an Israeli recognizes him. The traveler wants to pick Mr. Fischer's brain on a pressing economic issue.
Nor is Stanley Fischer, an Israeli central banker who declared his candidacy for the top job Saturday.
Israel's central bank chief, Stanley Fischer, said the U.S. aid is of "critical importance" to Israel, whose defense budget constitutes about 10 percent of its Gross Domestic Product.