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Baby Doc’s Lawyer Says He is A “Political Man” and Has “Right to Run” for Haitian Presidency

January 19, 2011


In a bizarre interview with Al Jazeera’s Sebastian Walker, one of Jean-Claude Duvalier’s lawyers says Baby Doc is a political man and has the right to run for President.  The lawyer also said that if Haiti wanted to bring charges against Baby Doc, it should have done so within ten years of his departure.  The […]

More Pain for Devastated Haiti: Under Pretense of Disaster Relief, US Running a Military Occupation

February 12, 2010


  More Pain for Devastated Haiti: Under the Pretense of Disaster Relief, U.S. Running a Military Occupation By Arun Gupta, AlterNet Posted on February 12, 2010, Printed on February 12, 2010 Official denials aside, the United States has embarked on a new military occupation of Haiti thinly cloaked as disaster relief. While both the […]

The Destabilization of Haiti: The Anatomy of a Military Coup d’Etat by M. Chossudovsky

January 27, 2010


 The Destabilization of Haiti: Anatomy of a Military Coup d’Etat By Michel Chossudovsky Global Research, January 25, 2010   “Washington seeks to reinstate Haiti as a full-fledged US colony, with all the appearances of a functioning democracy. The objective is to impose a puppet regime in Port-au-Prince and establish a permanent US military presence in Haiti.  […]

HAITI: The “Black Jacobins” 70 Years Later

February 3, 2008

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If you want to learn about Haiti, The Black Jacobins by CLR James is the best and first book you should read.  The Black Jacobins 70 Years Later by Manuel Yang This year marks the seventieth anniversary of C.L.R. James’s The Black Jacobins: Touissaint L’Ouverture and the San Domingo Revolution. This classic account of […]