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Haiti [electronic resource]: Where Did the Money Go?

After a 7.0 earthquake brutalized Haiti in January of 2010, Americans donated a stunning
Online
2011
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Pakistan One-on-One [electronic resource]

The devastating impact of the 9/11 terror attacks gave the American public a new stock villain: the bearded, wild-eyed Middle Easterner intent on destroying the United States. The stereotype persists more than a decade later, with many Americans unaware that the people of the Middle East hold a wide variety of opinions about the volatile global issues affecting their daily lives. In this program a camera crew takes to the streets of Lahore to ask Pakistanis what they think about U.S. foreign policy, the Taliban, the War on Terror, and the possibility of democracy in Pakistan. "We have conservatives, liberals, and those who are somewhere in between," says a university student. "We are not all AK-47-holding terrorists.
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2011
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Damming the Mekong [electronic resource]

Often thought of as the Amazon of Southeast Asia, the mighty Mekong River flows through six nations and is central to the livelihoods of some 60 million people. In Laos, plans have been drawn up for 11 hydroelectric dams along the river, with the government agreeing to sell 95 percent of the electricity to neighboring Thailand. The envisioned construction projects and energy-centered commerce would create an unprecedented level of economic activity for the nation and alleviate a degree of the region's poverty. However, the dams may also cause devastating ecological damage and the dismantling of entire villages. This program travels to the site of the planned Xayaburi Dam in northern Laos, as well as to the capital city of Vientiane and other locations, to sift through the issues invo [...]
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2011; 2013