Bernice Robertson

Senior Analyst, International Crisis Group's Haiti, Latin America and Caribbean Program

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Senior analyst for Haiti, Latin America and Caribbean Program of the International Crisis Group

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President Obama has made the US response to Haiti's earthquake a " top priority across the federal government ." How long will it take? How much will it cost?

America's Commitment to Haiti: How Much for How Long?

President Obama has made the US response to Haiti's earthquake a " top priority across the federal government ." How long will it take? How much will it cost?

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President Obama has made the  US response  to Haiti's earthquake a "top priority across the federal government."

America's Commitment to Haiti: How Much for How Long?

President Obama has made the US response to Haiti's earthquake a "top priority across the federal government."

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