Clinton spent four days this week visiting Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and El Salvador. A panel talks about U.S. aid to these countries in the wake of Hurricane Mitch, and the trade and immigration issues Clinton will discuss with Central American leaders.


  • Hattie Babbitt Deputy administrator of U.S. Agency for International Development
  • Peter Hakim President, Inter-American Dialogue
  • Bernard Aronsen Former Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs 1989-1993


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