G-8 Nations and International Debt Relief


Michael Gordon
* National Security Correspondent for the New York Times

Nick Stern
* Chief Economist of the World Bank

Adam Lerrick
* Director of the Henry J. Gailliot Center for the Study of Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, PA)

President Bush is in Italy this week for the G-8 summit. A key topic will be debt relief and how wealthy nations can help the world's poorer countries. Is it time to replace loans with direct grants for developing countries? Juan Williams talks experts about the G-8 summit and how to fight global poverty.



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