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CIR Great Decisions: US Relations with the Northern Triangle - Shared screen with speaker view
elizabethchirdon
54:31
If the primary cause of immigration from CA is violence from drug cartels then how could a stabilized GDP/oerson of 8000 solve the problem?
Deborah Leliaert
57:49
is there sufficient political stability in these Northern Triangle countries, and/or sufficient political will/capability, to continue work on "Living Wage" requirements for countries manufacturing in these countries? OR, is this concept of "Living Wage" requirements a dead issue here?
iPad (3)
57:52
In my limited work with church groups receiving asylum seekers last year many were indigenous families from agricultural communities some didn’t speak English. How are the agricultural communities being impacted in these regions
cwd
59:29
Discuss how NAFTA worked as a form of foreign aid in Central america.
marycostello
01:01:28
Todd, What english language online service do you prefer for information on Central America?
elizabethchirdon
01:05:41
how does panama compare with the NT in terms of political stability, wages, and corruption? Panama is now such a popular vacation spot. Any lessons learned in Panama that could help the NT countries?
Renee
01:10:08
A book recommendation: Coffeeland by Augustine Sedgewick. It is the history of the Hills Brothers coffee empire in El Salvador and the resulting income inequality and reduction in social welfare.
Josephine Van Der Hoeven
01:16:20
How did Belize escape the fate of Guatemala?
Herb Thomas
01:31:58
If most of us stay muted, individual speaking questions might be clearer.
elizabethchirdon
01:32:17
this was great
Herb Thomas
01:33:08
Thanks, Todd and Sandy.