A writer explores his father's mysterious imprisonment, and accusations that he was spying for the CIA, in revolutionary-era Iran.
Several hundred people, mostly children, have already died of starvation and famine-related disease this year in Ethiopia, Eritrea, and part of Kenya. A panel talks about why famine has struck this region again and why western industrial countries are again facing the criticism that they responded to a predictable crisis too slowly.
- Catherine Bertini executive director of the World Food Programme of the United Nations
- Edmond Keller director of the James S. Coleman African Studies Center at UCLA
- Berhane Gebre-Christos Ethiopian ambassador to the U.S.
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