Articles by Peter Hallward

By Peter Hallward, originally published on HaitiAnalysis, March 3, 2012
Haiti: one more shameful UN betrayal Cholera is just the latest disaster to be linked to the UN in Haiti – and the election won...
The Haitian people overthrew slavery, uprooted dictators and foreign military rule, and elected a liberation theologian as president. The...
Peter Hallward January 13, 2010 Any large city in the world would have suffered extensive damage from an earthquake on the scale of the...
An account of the 2004 coup in Haiti, first published in New Left Review, issue of May-June 2004. The article is published here in...
Peter Hallward has offered the following response to Paul Knox’s recent review of Damming the Flood. Dear Paul Knox, Thank you...
December 16, 2007. This article first appeared in the newspaper Haiti Liberté, in nine instalments, October-November 2007. Parts...
Aristide and the Violence of Democracy Review of Alex Dupuy’s ‘The Prophet and Power: Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the...
July 15, 2007 (updated September 6, 2007) Every now and then something happens which helps to shed a little light on the way our...
Interview by Peter Hallward, March 2007[i] Guy Philippe was a commander in the Haitian National Police from 1995-2000, and in February...