Arab Human Development Report A new U.N. report on the state of human rights and political freedom in the Arab world is short on praise and long on concerns. We talk with the chief overseer of the report about what it says and how it's being received.
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A new U.N. report on the state of human rights and political freedom in the Arab world is short on praise and long on concerns. We talk with the chief overseer of the report about what it says and how it's being received.

Guest:

Rima Khalaf-Hunaidi, U.N. Assistant Secretary-General and Director of the Regional Bureau for Arab States in UNDP; chief overseer of the Arab Human Development Reports