The natural disasters in Burma and China have left tens of thousands dead. Our panel will discuss the latest efforts to get aid to people in the stricken areas and the challenges facing aid organizations.

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  • Charles Freeman III Freeman Chair in China Studies, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
  • Peter Ford Beiging Bureau Chief, Christian Science Monitor
  • Chris Johnson foreign correspondent for Christian Science Monitor
  • Rein Paulsen senior director of humanitarian and emergency affairs at World Vision, Washington, DC.

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