Perhaps the toughest repair job in the world belongs to a man who wields not a screwdriver, but a gavel. Zalmay Khalilzad is America's ambassador to the United Nations, an organization the Bush administration seemed to openly scorn for years, and now needs.
Khalilzad has the unenviable job of rebuilding the diplomatic bridges the U.S. has burned over the years.
"Well, I don't see myself that way," he said in reference to the term "repairman." "My style is to be a problem-solver, to bring...Full Story