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Kim Ives | The film provides a devastating analysis of the last four decades of Haitian history and the collusion between Washington, Ottawa, and Paris in Haiti's domination and exploitation.
Columnists
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | In the shadow of the Games, an extraordinary event has taken place, largely overlooked in the media: a coup d'etat against Brazil's democratically elected president, Dilma Rousseff.
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David Taub Bancroft | This week's coup d'état is an unequivocal step back for Egyptian democracy.
Podcast
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Sean Mullen | Carmen Rodriguez is an acclaimed poet and author who arrived in Canada as a refugee from Chile after the 1973 coup that ousted President Salvador Allende.
Podcast
Riaz Sayani-Mulji, Ryan Sparrow | We speak with Kevin Edmonds of the Canada Haiti Action Network and Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti on rebuilding after the 2010 earthquake, the Canadian coup d'etat of 2004, and more.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | The people of Honduras were engaged in an historic event this weekend: the return of President Manuel Zelaya, 23 months after he was forced into exile at gunpoint in a military coup.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | Late at night on March 17, former Haitian president Jean-Bertrand Aristide boarded a small plane with his family in Johannesburg. The following morning, he arrived in Haiti.
News
UFCW | Democracy in Ecuador is under attack from a coup trying to depose a progressive government and its president who was legitimately elected four years ago.
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Gerard Coffey in Quito | Thursday’s attempted insurrection by the police in Ecuador is over, but the results are far from certain.
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Presidents Porfirio Lobo of Honduras (left) and Álvaro Colom of Guatemala (right) at the World Coffee Conference in February 2010.  Photo: Gobierno de Guatemala/Flickr
Jason Tockman | One year ago last week, Honduran President Manuel Zelaya woke up with a gun pointed at his head. Even the U.S. has expressed concern over human rights violations, but the Harper government is silent.
Podcast
Mordecai Briemberg | Conn Hallinan details the organizations, companies and individuals lending their support to the military regime in Honduras.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | Though Barack Obama first called the Honduran military's removal of President Manuel Zelaya a coup, his administration has backpedaled. Could lobbyists in Washington be forging U.S. foreign policy?