The United States is a major participant in the massive relief effort in Southeast Asia. We’ll look at this effort and some of the possible longer term policy implications.


  • Greg Sheridan Foreign editor, The Australian and visiting scholar at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and author of "Cities of the Hot Zone"
  • Donald Emmerson Senior fellow, Stanford Institute for International Studies
  • Bill Garvelink Senior Deputy Assistant Administrator for Democracy, Conflict and Humanitarian Assistance at USAID
  • Ray Bonner Reporter, New York Times


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