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Haiti

Columnists
Rick Salutin | Electoral politics is still basically about aggregating people, not dividing them -- which the Democratic establishment does in a freakily similar way to what they accuse Trump of.
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Yves Engler | Foreign policy is a truth-free, fact-free zone. What do most Canadians know about our government’s actions in Afghanistan or Haiti?
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Yves Engler | Proposing Canada acquire Turks and Caicos or rule Haiti may be outlandish, but it's not benign. They enable politicians to pursue ever more aggressive policies in the region.
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Kim Ives | The damage created by Hurricane Matthew as it passed over Haiti on October 4 approaches the scale of the earthquake disaster in 2010, according to reports by observers.
Activist Toolkit
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Yves Engler | Canada's preeminent left-wing foreign policy think tank has spurned demilitarization and anti-imperialist voices to promote the views of the liberal end of the military.
Book Review
Augusta Dwyer | When is charitable giving actually harming the cause instead of supporting it? In her new book, Augusta Dwyer looks into international development and the "celebrification" of aid.
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Kim Ives | A political crisis over democracy in Haiti whose roots lay in the fraudulent, post-2010 earthquake national election is exploding in the streets today.
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The Crystal Ball
Christopher Majka | Although the results of the 2015 Canadian election are not in, there are a few things that can be predicted with the political crystal ball. We're certainly going to be in for a wild political ride.
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Roger Annis, Kim Ives | A laudable radio documentary on CBC falls short in identifying why so much of post-earthquake aid to Haiti has failed.
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Mark Phillips | Op-ed in Toronto Star challenges Canada's past and present anti-democratic and interventionist policies in Haiti.
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Roger Annis | Two investigations by NPR and ProPublica reveal a record of failure and deception by the American Red Cross in Haiti. What about its Canadian partner?