Category: Honduras

Marjorie Cohn: Hillary Clinton’s Link to a Nasty Piece of Work in Honduras

Although the U.S. government eventually cut nonhumanitarian aid to Honduras, the State Department under Clinton took pains to clarify that this was not an admission that a military coup had occurred.

Beverly Bell: ¡Berta Lives! The Life and Legacy of Berta Cáceres

May all women and men commit themselves to realizing the vision of transformation, dignity, and justice for which Berta lived, and for which she died

Michael Arria: Uproar Over Hillary’s Role in Honduran Coup Grows as Her Campaign Denies Connection

A WikiLeaks cable from 2009 confirms that the State Department was well aware of what was happening in Honduras

Tyler Ingraham: ‘Model Cities’: The Biggest Threat to Democracy in Honduras?

The idea for these neoliberal ‘model cities’ took force after the US-backed military coup that ousted President Zelaya in 2009

Diana Johnstone: Hillary Clinton’s Foreign Policy: Hypocrisy in Honduras

The foreign policy of Hillary Clinton amounts to application of an enlarged Monroe Doctrine to the entire world

Adrienne Pine: Disaster Capitalism and Outrage in Post-Coup Honduras

Washington continues to interfere in the internal politics of Honduras six years after the coup

Dana Frank: US underwrites corruption and violence in Honduras

Washington continues to prop up Hernández’s regime, despite its blatant disregard for human rights

Brigitte Gynther: Autonomy and Resistance in Honduras

Autonomy and resistance in San Francisco Opalaca, Honduras

Alexander Main: Honduras: The Deep Roots of Resistance

“Today a new political force of transformation is born!”

Alexander Main: Honduras: The Deep Roots of Resistance

Washington policymakers fail to see that social movements, rather than individual leaders like Zelaya, Chávez, or Morales, are the most enduring and potent force of change in Latin America today

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