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Apr 18, 2017
Contingent of Nepalese Peacekeepers Arrives in Juba from Haiti, 2014

UN occupation of Haiti ends but abuses remain

Yves Engler
UN abuses in Haiti aren't an unfortunate outgrowth of a well-meaning peacekeeping effort. Rather, MINUSTAH was established to consolidate the U.S., France and Canada's anti-democratic policies.
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Mar 1, 2016

Why good peacekeeping training really matters

Peggy Mason
UN peacekeeping is not a substitute for politics. If the political framework for peace is flawed, then the peacekeeping mission will have an uphill battle. But we must not abandon the field.
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Aug 21, 2015
Image: Flickr/ifrc

The ugly reality of Canadian aid to Haiti

Yves Engler
An important, if rarely mentioned, rule of Canadian foreign policy is that the more impoverished a nation, the greater the gap is likely to be between what Canadian officials say and do.
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Oct 7, 2014

Bringing down Baby

Amy Wilentz
The tyrant of Haiti, Jean-Claude Duvalier, is dead at 63. His authoritarian legacy lives on, protected by those who lord over the country.

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