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January 18, 2010

Past coverage of Haiti in Socialist Worker

Filed under: ISO Events — Barnard-Columbia ISO @ 7:32 am

Past coverage of Haiti in SocialistWorker.org

Analysis: Roger Annis
FIVE YEARS OF OCCUPATION
Five years after a paramilitary coup in Haiti that toppled Jean-Bertrand Aristide, international intervention has meant more poverty and instability.
http://socialistworker.org/2009/02/27/five-years-of-occupation

Comment: Jeremy Scahill
RETURN TO THE SCENE OF A CRIME
The new special UN envoy to Haiti is Bill Clinton–whose policies as president in the 1990s systematically destabilized the country.
http://socialistworker.org/2009/05/26/return-to-the-scene

Report: Nicole Colson
HAITI’S POOR DRIVEN TO THE EDGE
A growing number of Haiti’s poor have been pushed beyond endurance by price increases in staple foods.
http://socialistworker.org/2008/04/25/haiti-poor-driven-edge

Analysis: Ashley Smith
NATURAL AND UNNATURAL DISASTERS
When hurricanes swept across Haiti, they struck an already impoverished population–and the storms were transformed into mass killers.
http://socialistworker.org/2008/09/23/natural-and-unnatural-disasters

Column: Sharon Smith
LET THEM EAT ETHANOL
For the 3 billion people who survive on less than $2 a day, the upward spiral in food prices has meant a struggle for the most basic of human rights.
http://socialistworker.org/2008/04/11/let-them-eat-ethanol

Analysis: Ashley Smith
HAITI’S YEAR OF TERROR
George W. Bush promised that the U.S. would bring democracy, stability and respect for human rights. Instead, one year of a U.S. and United Nations occupation of Haiti has brought a new reign of terror.
http://socialistworker.org/2005-1/533/533_11_Haiti.shtml

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