Who Should Pay for Pakistan’s Historic Flood?

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Over the summer, unusual monsoons in Pakistan have led to disastrous flooding. More than 30 million people are impacted, and much of the country’s agricultural sector is underwater. WSJ’s Saeed Shah explains how climate change is affecting Pakistan, and who the country’s government believes should foot the bill. 

Further Reading:

In Southern Pakistan, a Sea Made of Monsoon Waters Swallows Villages 

Pakistan Floods Affect Millions, Leave over 1,000 Dead 

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