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By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, September 23, 2014 On Aug. 21, Haitian police wearing black masks and carrying heavy arms appeared in front of…
By Center for Economic & Policy Research (CEPR), September 16, 2014 At the United Nations Security Council meeting last week, U.S.…
By Kristen Shane, Embassy News, September 17, 2014 If Haiti doesn’t soon hold long-delayed elections, its elected president could rule by…
by Thomas Péralte, Haiti Liberté, September 10, 2014 This past Mon., Sep. 8, 2014 marked two major events in Haiti: the first day of school…
By Sebastian Walker, Al Jazeera, August 27, 2014  A year after President Hugo Chavez's death, Venezuela is in turmoil and more polarised…
Haiti's fragile democracy  JURIST Guest Columnist Lauren Carasik of Western New England University School of Law discusses what appears to…
By Justin Ling, vice.com, August 19, 2014 The Harper government is dragging its feet on filling a nearly year-old vacancy for a job to…
By Jacqueline Charles, Miami Herald, August 28, 2014 Haiti’s coffee production, which is enjoying a sweet comeback, could be adversely…
This article is a profile of Prince Zeid Ra’ad Zeid al-Hussein, who will be the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights next month. Zeid has…
By Joe Emersberger, Haiti Liberté, September 3, 2014 No evidence of corruption has ever been found to incriminate the former Haitian leader…
By Kevin Pina, Pacifica Radio, August 30, 2014 Flashpoints on Pacifica Radio's Senior Producer Kevin Pina interviews the attorney of former…
The courts in Haiti's new dictatorship By Justin Podur, telesurtv.net, August 28, 2014 On August 12, a court in Haiti summoned former…