Pop star Madonna's legal appeal to adopt a second Malawian child was granted last week, despite the fact that she is not a resident of the African country, as is usually the rule. Today, we discussed how international adoption is seen through such high-profile cases: do celebrities make this usually lengthy and rigorous process look too easy? Are there ethical considerations around Westerners adopting from poverty-stricken countries? Or does a child's right to be adopted from any orphanage trump all? It's a sensitive issue, especially for those who have adopted internationally: tell us what you think.