Another foreign military intervention in Haiti to prop up its corrupt and repressive regime is being slammed as likely to exacerbate the country's political crisis, reports Binoy Kampmark.
As a houngan (male priest in Haitian voodoo), Haitian recording and performing artist Erol Josué is a healer. He spoke following the release of his new album, Pelerinaj (Pilgrimage).
The United States is searching for a formula to justify its fourth major military intervention into Haiti in a century, reports Kim Ives.
Hundreds of thousands of Haitians took to the streets protesting the government’s request for foreign military intervention in Haiti. Tanya Wadhwa reports.
A cycle of protests began in Haiti in July 2018, and, despite the pandemic, has carried on since then, writes Vijay Prashad.
As the investigation into President Jovenel Moïse’s assassination unfolds, the United States is laying the groundwork to deploy troops into Haiti, writes Dan Cohen.
Kim Ives looks at events in the days leading up to Jovenel Moise's assassination in Haiti.
A form of “people’s war” is emerging in Haiti, according to Kim Ives, where people are sick and tired of poverty and being used by elites.
Danny Shaw recounts his experience sleeping, eating and marching with militants on the frontline of the struggle against dictatorship in Haiti.
Weekly protests continue following Haitian President Jovenel Moïse’s decree extending his mandate for another 12 months. The Assembly of Haitians in Montréal against the Occupation of Haiti released the following statement, co-authored by Renel Exentus and Ricardo Gustave.
Haitian president Jovenel Moïse is clinging to power, after a February 7 constitutional deadline that stipulated he must step down. Kim Ives explains the background to Haiti’s latest political crisis.
The history of the Haitian slaves’ revolt has been well-documented by CLR James in The Black Jacobins, among other books. But the period in between has been largely left blank, writes Barry Healy.
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