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Review by Michael Barker of Jeb Sprague's 'Paramilitarism and the Assault on Democracy in Haiti' Published on The Bullet (...
By Jacqueline Charles and Curtis Morgan, The Miami Herald, Oct. 28, 2012 Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe peered from the...
By Isabelle L. Papillon, Haïti Liberté (weekly), Oct 24, 2012 www.haitiliberte.com Seventeen months after President Michel...
Two years after the outbreak of cholera in Haiti, access to clean water and sanitation is desperately needed   Oct. 22, 2012,...
By Mark Doyle, BBC International Development Correspondent, BBC News, October 22, 2012 New evidence has emerged about the alleged role...
By CEPR, October 23, 2012 As both Clintons and a coterie of celebrities and foreign investors flew into northern Haiti yesterday (two...
Clintons land in Haiti to showcase industrial park By Trenton Daniel and Josh Lederman, Associated Press, Oct 23, 2012 CARACOL, Haiti...
Car parts and human skulls – art of Haiti on show Haiti is often known for poverty, oppression and natural disasters, but the...
By Dan Charles, NPR Radio, Oct 4, 2012 Based on a broadcast on National Public Radio's 'All Things Considered.' Listen to...
October 17, 2012   A panel discussion on Haiti took place at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's 42nd Annual...
A letter from Beatrice Lindstrom on the two year anniversary of Haiti’s cholera outbreak   By Institute for Justice and...
Published on CEPR's Haiti Relief and Reconstruction Watch blog, Wed. October 17, 2012 [Please refer to the original article for...
With 60 percent of Haitians relying on farming to feed their families, a revitalized sector is absolutely crucial to long-term growth...
On October 12, 2012, the UN Security Council went through its annual exercise of patting itself on the back and voting to extend by one...
By Kim Ives, published in Haiti Liberte, Oct 17, 2012 On October 12, the United Nations Security Council voted unanimously to renew for...
By Kim Ives, published in Haiti Liberte, Oct 17, 2012 Despite cold weather, over 100 people protested in Ralph Bunche Park in front of...