Civil War in the Congo

In the Democratic Republic of Congo, brutal violence continues to take lives, and the outcry grows louder for some kind of international intervention. Join host Neal Conan and guests for a discussion about civil war in the Congo.

Guests:

Somini Sengupta
*Foreign correspondent for The New York Times

Howard Wolfe
*Consulting director of the Africa Project at the Woodrow Wilson International Center
*Former seven-term member of Congress; chaired subcommittee on Africa of the House Foreign Affairs Committee for 10 years

Asif Khan
*Political affairs officer in the Peacekeeping Department of the United Nations

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