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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The second anniversary of the treaty to ban land mines reported.
(UN: Kevin Newman) A creative approach to raising money to clean up the world's land mines examined; details given of the UN's controversial adopt- a-minefield program. [UN development program Mark Malloch BROWN - talks about finances.] [Corpwatch.org Joshua KARLINER - worries about the UN being linked to serving the corporate interest.] Examples of UN-corporate links reviewed. [Cisco Systems Diane MERRICK - defends its project with the UN.] [Global Policy Forum James PAUL, BROWN - offer differing opinions on the UN's working with the private sector.]
- Jennings, Peter;
- Newman, Kevin
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