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Why Is Myanmar Resisting Aid?

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Why Is Myanmar Resisting Aid?

Why Is Myanmar Resisting Aid?

Why Is Myanmar Resisting Aid?

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One of the first outside shipments of relief arrived in Myanmar Thursday. The military junta that runs Myanmar has resisted international groups offering aid. Madeleine Brand talks with the U.N. World Food Programme's Chris Kaye in Myanmar about the need for supplies. Then, Alex Cohen talks with Johns Hopkins University's Bridget Welsh about the regime's reasons for isolating itself.