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Police chief standoff reflects fierce class struggle in Haiti WikiLeaks shine light on U.S. role By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, March 28…
Five camps of internally displaced people have gone up in flames in the past two months By Alexis Erkert, published on Other Worlds,…
Review of Alex Dupuy’s ‘The Prophet and Power: Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the International Community and Haiti’ By Peter Hallward Alex…

Attached in pdf format is a series of three articles by Beverly Bell, Deepa Panchang and Tory Field, Disaster Capitalism in Post…

Army takeover follows big increases in aid and military equipment from U.S., Canada and Europe By Roger Annis, published on the Haiti…

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By Laura Carlsen, Foreign Policy in Focus, March 15, 2012 U.S. Vice President Joe Biden traveled to Honduras on March 6 with a double…
By Travis Ross and Roger Annis, published on the Haiti blog of Rabble.ca, March 21, 2012 When President Michel Martelly was elected in…

An article in the March 21 edition of the Haitian daily Le Nouvelliste provides a disturbing look at the lack of action and direction in…
Published in Bird Life International, March 19, 2012 As part of a Haiti-wide mangrove survey, the Fondation pour la Protection de la…

Legislators say they must now dip heavily into their public treasury to finish the job   By Jacob Kushner and Jean Pharés Jérôme,…

By breaking with orthodox prescriptions for progress, Evo Morales has helped to forge a new Bolivia centred on 'living well' By Luis…
Newly Revealed WikiLeaks Show Long History of Fruitless U.S. Pursuit By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, March 21, 2012 Haiti’s former…

By Rosie Wong, published in Foreign Policy In Focus, March 9, 2012 With its muddy roads, humble huts, and constant military patrols,…

On KPFA's Flashpoints Radiop program on March 15, 2012, Kevin Pina interviews Ira Kurzban, former General Counsel for the Haitian…

Review by Isabeau Doucet, published by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, March 19, 2012 After the Caribbean fault lines ripped…

By Mark Snyder, published on Let Haiti Live, Sunday, March 18, 2012 This morning, March 17th, I received notification of another IDP…

By CHAN News Service, March 15, 2012 Five family members of Réginald Antoine were murdered on the morning of Tuesday, March 13, 2012 in…

Shelters That Don’t Shelter the Needy A new study by Haiti Grassroots Watch By Milo Milfort, Enel Beaulière, Francy Innocent / Haiti…

By Evens Pierre-Louis, published in Haiti Liberte, March 14, 2012, www.haitiliberte.com As political unrest grows and ex-soldiers openly…
By Mark Snyder and Ellie Happel Published on Haiti Relief and Reconstruction Watch, March 13, 2012 At two in the morning on Monday…

The article below (in French) from Le Nouvelliste, March 12, 2012, reports that teachers in three departments of Haiti recently received…
By Mark Weisbrot, commentary published in The Guardian, March 13, 2012 Even though former President Aristide has eschewed politics…
Assassination of a political activist and ex-member of the former National Commission for Disarmament AHP, March 9, 2012--The well-know…

Opening Space for Popular Movements: A Conversation with Samba Boukman and Samba Mackandal Interview by Stuart Neatby, John Dimond-…

In Step With Haiti’s Samba Boukman Interview by Daniela Bercovitch, April 7, 2007, with contributions by Aline Gatto Boueri. Originally…

Haiti needs stability to remove threat from ex-soldiers, says UN In the following article, we learn from the head of MINUSTAH, Mariano…
The United Nations Association Screening of  'Haiti: Where Did the Money Go?' With panelists: * MANOLIA CHARLOTIN, Editor, Boston…

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 5, 2012 Contact: Brian Concannon, Jr., Esq., Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti, brian@ijdh.…
Reconstruction money flushed away? A compilation of studies on the state of sanitation services and protection of groundwater aquifers…