Debating Aid to Africa With global leaders at the G8 summit debating how much aid -- and in what form -- to give Africa, an increasing voice of dissent from the continent itself argues that aid alone is not the answer. What does the Third World really need from the First?
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Debating Aid to Africa

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With global leaders at the G8 summit debating how much aid -- and in what form -- to give Africa, an increasing voice of dissent from the continent itself argues that aid alone is not the answer. What does the Third World really need from the First?

Guests:

James Shikwati, director of the Inter-Region Economic Network

Steven Radelet, senior fellow at the Center for Global Development; former deputy assistant secretary for Africa, the Middle East and Asia at the Treasury Department