On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
According to the World Bank, the forty-one countries defined as “Heavily Indebted Poor Countries” currently owe about two-hundred-and twenty billion dollars in foreign debt, and some argue that repayment requires near-elimination of vital services like health care and education. Kojo and panelists discuss the state of debt around the world.
- Stephen Fidler U.S. Diplomatic Editor, Financial Times
- Carole Collins National coordinator, Jubilee 2000
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