Category: Haiti

Greg Palast: US Cannibals in Haiti

… and other tales of Voodoo Economics in the Triste Tropiques

Julian Borger: Miami’s Role in Haiti Murder Plot Fits Decades-Long Pattern

Exile communities, ready supply of military veterans, history of corrupt politics and drugs money make city a nexus for mayhem

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: No U.S. Troops in Haiti

As the COVID-19 pandemic drags on, less than 0.1% of vaccine doses have been administered in low-income countries

Yves Engler: The Assassination of Jovenel Moïse

Jovenel Moïse was a violent and corrupt tyrant. While his passing may not elicit much sympathy, the Haitian president’s assassination should not be celebrated

Dahoud Andre: Haitian President Assassinated, Plunging Country into New Political Crisis

Haiti is reeling from a new crisis after President Jovenel Moïse was assassinated in an attack on his home in the outskirts of Port-au-Prince

Danny Shaw: This Is Not a Crisis—This Is a Rebellion

A Report from the Front Lines of Haiti

Haiti Action Committee: Stand with Haiti! A Call for Solidarity

This statement calls for support of the resistance by the Haitian people to the US-backed dictatorship of Jovenel Moise

Jafrik Ayiti: Haiti: Canada & U.S. Support Coups and Dictators

In Haiti, President Moise refused to leave when his term was over, and hundreds of thousands have protested in the streets demanding his resignation

Yves Engler: Subverting Haitian Democracy

What does it mean that a supposedly ‘unimportant’, impoverished, nation is the only non-enemy government mentioned by those in charge of US and Canadian diplomacy?

Yves Engler: Why Haitians are angry at the UN

The case of Haiti reveals how the UN can be part of the problem rather than the solution

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