Haiti’s humanitarian crisis: Rooted in history of military coups and occupations

By Roger Annis and Kim Ives, published in International Socialist Review, Issue 77, May–June 2011 and also on the website of the Canada Haiti Action Network THE INTERNATIONAL mainstream media presented the November 2010 election in Haiti as a predictably chaotic event in a country notorious for political violence, corruption, and dictatorship. But something new … Continue reading Haiti’s humanitarian crisis: Rooted in history of military coups and occupations