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Yves Engler | Within the prevailing structural constraints, journalists have some flexibility in whether they "comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable" or serve power.
Greg Macdougall | Mario Joseph describes the context and leadup to the foreign kidnapping of Haitian President Aristide in 2004, and talks about the situation in Haiti since that time.
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Ajamu Nangwaya | Honouring the tenth anniversary of the February 29, 2004 coup in Haiti orchestrated by imperialism against the labouring classes and the democratically elected President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.
Book Review
Augusta Dwyer | Author and activist Beverly Bell sheds light on the perspective of grassroots organizations working in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake.
Roger Annis | Haiti's right-wing leaders and international backers are in disarray as a shaky political construct comes undone.
Haiti, June 2011: Unofficial settlements like this one are springing up on barren land outside of Port au Prince as Haiti's poor or those left homeless by the earthquake lose faith in reconstruction. Photo: Roger Annis
Roger Annis | We witnessed the dedication and hard work of Haitians, government officials and ministries, and international agencies and volunteers, but poor and displaced Haitians still suffer terrible hardships.
Yves Engler | With Haitian policing and prisons the priority of Harper government aid, and millions in aid money administered by foreign government bodies and NGOs to their own profit, is there any wonder?