On GPS this Sunday: More than 10 mil­lion Fil­ipinos have been either dis­placed or left home­less by Typhoon Haiyan. But why was the impact so bad, and why was the response so slow?

Fareed speaks with Stephen Flynn, founding director of the Center for Resilient Studies at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity, and Pulitzer Prize win­ning jour­nalist Laurie Gar­rett for their take on why this typhoon was so deadly.

 

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