PBS NewsHour

How lack of neutrality can sow suspicion of aid groups

Clip: 06/06/2017 | 7m 14s | Video has closed captioning.

For aid organizations, especially those in conflict zones, remaining politically neutral is crucial for trust. A New York Times investigation found that the conduct of a logistics company could drive suspicion that aid groups in Yemen were somehow acting as agents of the U.S. government. William Brangham speaks with The New York Times' Eric Schmitt and Daryl Grisgraber of Refugees International.

Aired: 06/06/17

Rating: NR

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