When Will MINUSTAH Leave Haiti? The UN “Destabilization Mission” By Dady Chery, September 11, 2015
The Clinton Plan for Haiti. America’s Neo-Colonial Mandate By Dady Chery, September 07, 2015
Haiti’s Earthquake Victims in Peril
Haiti and the Profoundly Silent Chelsea Clinton By Ezili Dantò, September 04, 2015
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Haitians Mark Centennial of First U.S. Military Occupation of Haiti By Kim Ives, July 29, 2015
USAID Funded Group Supporting Haitian President in 2010 By Center for Economic and Policy Research, July 28, 2015
Red Cross Itself May Not Know How Millions Donated for Haiti Were Spent: Confidential Documents By Justin Elliott and Laura Sullivan, July 22, 2015
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Haiti: USAID Says it Built Houses in Caracol to Earthquake Safety Standards. It Didn’t. By Center for Economic and Policy Research, June 25, 2015
Hundreds of Thousands of Haitians Face Deportation From the Dominican Republic By John Marion, June 23, 2015
Haiti: Provisional Electoral Council Releases Final List of Candidates for Legislative Elections, Rejects Over One-Quarter of Candidates By Center for Economic and Policy Research, May 22, 2015
Haiti: What Happened to the $10 Billion in U.S. Aid Pledged After the Earthquake? By Center for Economic and Policy Research, April 24, 2015
Haiti: Washington’s Front-Man, Michel Martelly and Its Police Force, MINUSTAH, Have to Go By Kim Ives, April 23, 2015
Eduardo Galeano on Haiti By Kim Ives, April 16, 2015
Haiti: Second USAID Contractor Suspended Following Caracol Housing Debacle By Center for Economic and Policy Research, April 13, 2015
Haiti: Political Party KOD Rejects “U.S. Capitalists’ Rigged Elections”, Denounces Imperialists’ Project of Corrupt State By Haïti Liberté, April 09, 2015
Haiti: Martelly Government is the Most Retrograde and the Most Subject to Foreign Dictates in Latin America and the Caribbean By Berthony Dupont, March 26, 2015
Haiti: Was the U.S. Military-Intelligence Complex Involved in the Murder of Oriel Jean, Former Security Chief for President Aristide? By Kim Ives, March 11, 2015
Head of UN Occupation Force in Haiti, Edmond Mulet, Ran Child Trafficking Network in Guatemala By Dady Chery, March 07, 2015
Political Assassination in Haiti? Oriel Jean, Former Security Chief for Aristide, Gunned Down in Port-au-Prince By Kim Ives, March 05, 2015
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Malcolm X’s Internationalism and the Struggle for Liberation in Haiti Today By Dr. Ajamu Nangwaya, February 27, 2015
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Haiti: Carnival Tragedy — U.S., France and Canada Are Accessories to the Crime Wave and Gang Wars By Kim Ives and Thomas Péralte, February 26, 2015
Uruguay in Haiti: The Poorest President of a Mercenary Army? By Fernando Moyano, February 19, 2015
Haiti: Two Days of Demonstrations and General Strike: “Down with he UN Occupation”, “Down with the President and Prime Minister” By Kim Ives and Isabelle Papillon, February 11, 2015
Haiti: Mainstream Media Reduces Protests Against Dictatorship and Occupation to Mere Protest About Gas Prices By Ezili Dantò, February 10, 2015
Haiti: Portrait of an Uprising – Political Aftershocks Continue Rocking the Country Five Years After the Earthquake By Kim Ives, February 04, 2015
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How Human Rights Can Build Haiti By Marjorie Cohn, February 04, 2015
How to Free Haiti from Foreign Occupation: Lessons from Martin Luther King By Dady Chery, February 03, 2015
The United Nations and the Houla Massacre: The Information Battlefield
Why Did the UN Security Council Visit Haiti? By Marie Laurette Numa, January 29, 2015
Haiti by the Numbers, Five Years After the Earthquake By Center for Economic and Policy Research, January 16, 2015
A Haiti Disaster Relief Scenario Was Envisaged by the US Military One Day Before the Earthquake
Five Years Ago: A Haiti Disaster Relief Scenario Tested by US Military One Day Before the Earthquake By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, January 13, 2015
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Haiti “Reconstruction”: Luxury Hotels, Sweat Shops and Deregulation for the Foreign Corporate Elite By Julie Lévesque, January 12, 2015
Haiti’s Struggle for Freedom: US Imperialism, MINUSTAH and the Overthrow of Jean-Bertrand Aristide By Timothy Alexander Guzman, January 11, 2015
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Haiti “Reconstruction”: Land Grabbing, Privatization and Occupation By Ezili Dantò, January 11, 2015
Conférence: Quel avenir pour Haïti? Les enjeux de la reconstruction. Montréal, le 9 juin 2010
Haiti’s Promised Rebuilding is Unfulfilled as Haitians Challenge Authoritarian Rule By Travis Ross and Roger Annis, January 09, 2015
Reconstitution of Haiti’s Tontons Macoutes: Trained by the U.S. and Integrated in the UN Occupation Force MINUSTAH By Dady Chery, January 08, 2015
Haiti: Legislators Refuse to Legitimize the Appointment of New Prime Minister Evans Paul By Dady Chery, January 07, 2015
Haiti: Archetypal Scheming Politician Evans Paul Nominated as New Prime Minister By Thomas Péralte, January 04, 2015
Leader of Breakaway “Moderate Faction” of Aristide’s Lavalas Family is a “Close Contact” of the U.S. Embassy in Haiti By Kim Ives, December 31, 2014
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Haiti: Time for Clinton and Co to Pack and Go By Dady Chery, December 20, 2014
100 Years of Occupation – 100 Years of Resistance in Haiti By Ezili Dantò, December 17, 2014
Haiti: Police and UN Fire on Swelling Demonstrations Demanding President Martelly Step Down By Kim Ives, December 17, 2014
United Nations Peacekeeper Soldiers Open Fire on Protesters in Haiti By Global Research News, December 16, 2014
Haitian PM Laurent Lamothe Resigns Amid Protests By Telesur, December 14, 2014
Haiti: Massive Demonstration Planned for U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s Visit By Kim Ives, December 11, 2014
Haiti: USAID Houses Found to be of Poor Quality, Will Cost Millions to Repair By Center for Economic and Policy Research, December 07, 2014
Haiti: Mass Resistance to the Corrupt US Sponsored Martelly-Lamothe Regime By Ezili Dantò, December 04, 2014
Nationwide Uprising Gains Strength in Haiti By Kim Ives, December 04, 2014
Haiti: Largest Anti-Government Demonstration to Date Demands President Michel Martelly’s Resignation By Thomas Péralte, November 27, 2014
Haiti: As Police Fatally Shoot Demonstrators at Massive March, Ruling Class Rivalry Bursts into View By Kim Ives, November 19, 2014
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Deadly Flooding Hits Haiti’s North: President Martelly Uses Tragedy to Campaign By Thomas Péralte, November 12, 2014
Haiti: High School Teachers Strike, Demanding Several Months of Unpaid Salaries By Isabelle Papillon, November 05, 2014
Police Repression in Haiti: Thousands March Demanding President Martelly’s Resignation – Hundreds Faint from Tear Gas By Thomas Péralte and Kim Ives, October 22, 2014
La MINUSTAH, instrument d’ingérence, d’abus et d’oppression en Haïti
MINUSTAH’s Occupation of Haiti – A Structure of Global Complicity By Lorenzo Fiorito, October 15, 2014
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High-Level Donor Conference on Cholera in Haiti Fails to Secure Much Needed Funding By Center for Economic and Policy Research, October 10, 2014
Haiti: The US Supports the Curtailing of Democracy – Stop the Political Persecution of Aristide and Fanmi Lavalas By Danny Glover, October 01, 2014
Haiti: Stop the Attacks on Former President Jean Bertrand Aristide and the Lavalas Movement By Haïti Liberté, October 01, 2014
15 U.S. Lawmakers Ask Haiti Senate to Make Way for Mock Elections By Ezili Dantò, September 24, 2014
Open Letter to Mrs. Michelle Obama From a Son of Haiti By Jafrikayiti, September 18, 2014
The Clintons, Duvalier, Martelly and Haiti By Jean Saint-Vil, August 16, 2014
When Will the UN Pay For Its Crimes in Haiti? When Will Anyone? By Joe Emersberger, July 31, 2014
Haiti: Tourism Development on Île-à-Vache Island – Reconstruction or Another Disaster? By Jessica Hsu and Jean-Claudy-Aristil, July 24, 2014
Four Years After Cholera Outbreak, UN Secretary General Visits Haiti By Kim Ives, July 16, 2014
Haiti: Despite Flawed Electoral Process, International Community Support Continues Unabated By Center for Economic and Policy Research, July 16, 2014
Haiti: Bill Clinton Receives “Lifetime Achievement Award” but Where is the Money for Reconstruction? By Greg Dunkel, June 26, 2014
How the “International Community” Rigged the 2010 Elections in Haiti By Center for Economic and Policy Research, June 19, 2014
Haiti Nine Years Post-Coup and Canada’s Black Gold By Michael Welch, Roger Annis, Brendan Hayley, and Cynthia McKinney, June 07, 2014
Labor Rights: Persecution of Public and Private Sector Union Activists in Haiti By Center for Economic and Policy Research, May 01, 2014
Haiti: Battle Over Who Will Umpire the Next Elections By Kim Ives, May 01, 2014
Growing Protests in Haiti: Thousands Demonstrate to Demand the Departure of President Martelly and MINUSTAH By Kim Ives, April 18, 2014
Haiti: Thousands Demonstrate Calling for End of UN Occupation and Resignation of President and Prime Minister By Thomas Péralte, April 02, 2014
Haiti: Peasants are Expropriated and Peaceful Protesters Brutalized for Tourist Development By Kim Ives, March 28, 2014
US Occupiers Privatizing Haitian Island: Violence Against Unarmed Protesters, No Media Coverage By Ezili Dantò, February 28, 2014
Haiti: Anatomy of a Coup D’Etat Global Research News Hour Episode 56 By Michael Welch, Jean Saint-Vil, and Prof Michel Chossudovsky, February 28, 2014
Haiti’s Doctored 2010 Elections – A White Coup d’Etat by US, France and Canada Against Haitian Democracy By Georgianne Nienaber and Dan Beeton, February 26, 2014
Ten Years Ago: US Sponsored Coup d’Etat. The Destabilization of Haiti By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, February 22, 2014
Outsourcing Haiti: How Disaster Relief Became a Disaster of its Own By Jake Johnston, January 31, 2014
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HAITI: Reconstruction’s Housing Projects Still Plagued with Problems Four Years After the Earthquake By Haiti Grassroots Watch, January 13, 2014
Haiti Coup d’Etat, Secret Ottawa Meeting To Overthrow President Aristide Revealed By Jean Saint-Vil, December 31, 2013
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“Haiti is Open for Business!”: Government Complicity in Wage Theft by Foreign Factories By Jane Regan, December 05, 2013
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The Real Story About Canada’s Role in Haiti By Yves Engler, November 27, 2013
Haiti: November 18, 1803, Remembering the First Successful Slave Revolution for Freedom By Jafrikayiti, November 18, 2013