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At least 21 Burmese volunteers were imprisoned after they provided assistance to survivors of Cyclone Nargis.
This past weekend, Senator Jim Webb (D) of Virginia became the first senior U.S. politician to meet with the leader of Burma's military government, General Than Shwe. WIDE ANGLE discusses the implications with Maureen Aung-Thwin of the Open Society Institute.
Aaron Brown interviews New York Times reporter Neil MacFarquhar shortly after a recent trip to Burma.
WIDE ANGLE executive producer Tom Casciato interviews journalists Evan Williams and Siobhan Sinnerton about their experiences working with the Democratic Voice of Burma to gather footage after Cyclone Nargis.
Maureen Aung-Thwin is the director of the Open Society Institute’s Burma Project/Southeast Asia Initiative. She spoke with WIDE ANGLE host Aaron Brown about Burmese politics.
Is it time to end the trade embargo against Cuba or are there legitimate reasons for keeping it in place? Join WIDE ANGLE correspondent Aaron Brown on Blog Talk Radio as he moderates a discussion with representatives from both sides of the debate.
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