Kim Ives - Archive

Jovenel Moïse or Freedom? The Struggle for the Soul of Haiti By Michael Welch, Jean Saint-Vil, and Kim Ives, February 28, 2021
The United Nations’ “Incomplete Apology” to Haiti By Kim Ives, December 09, 2016
Haitians Mark Centennial of First U.S. Military Occupation of Haiti By Kim Ives, July 29, 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: 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
Political Assassination in Haiti? Oriel Jean, Former Security Chief for Aristide, Gunned Down in Port-au-Prince By Kim Ives, March 05, 2015
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
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: Portrait of an Uprising – Political Aftershocks Continue Rocking the Country Five Years After the Earthquake By Kim Ives, February 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
Haiti: Police and UN Fire on Swelling Demonstrations Demanding President Martelly Step Down By Kim Ives, December 17, 2014
Haiti: Massive Demonstration Planned for U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s Visit By Kim Ives, December 11, 2014
Nationwide Uprising Gains Strength in Haiti By Kim Ives, December 04, 2014
Haiti: As Police Fatally Shoot Demonstrators at Massive March, Ruling Class Rivalry Bursts into View By Kim Ives, November 19, 2014
Growing Uprising Across Haiti to Demand Resignation of President Michel Martelly By Isabelle Papillon and Kim Ives, October 29, 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
Four Years After Cholera Outbreak, UN Secretary General Visits Haiti By Kim Ives, July 16, 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: Peasants are Expropriated and Peaceful Protesters Brutalized for Tourist Development By Kim Ives, March 28, 2014
Haiti: Aristide’s Party Fanmi Lavalas Taken Over by “Macouto-Bourgeois Group” By Kim Ives, December 12, 2013
Haiti: Uruguay Will Withdraw from MINUSTAH, President Says Beginning of End of UN Occupation of Haiti? By Kim Ives, November 01, 2013
Mass Protests in Haiti: “Time for Haitians to Stop Taking Orders From Colonists” By Kim Ives, October 04, 2013
HAITI: Continental Conference to End Military Occupation by UN’s MINUSTAH By Kim Ives, May 23, 2013
HAITI: Massive March Signals Resurrection of Aristide’s Lavalas Movement By Kim Ives, May 21, 2013
HAITI: Independence Debt, Reparations for Slavery and Colonialism, and International “Aid” By Kim Ives, May 10, 2013
Haiti: Did the U.S. Provide a “Green-Light” for Duvalier’s Return in 2011? By Kim Ives, February 11, 2013
HAITI: Assassinated Cop Led Kidnapping Ring from Police Station By Kim Ives, November 16, 2012
As Mining Conglomerates Target Haiti, Latin America Rises Against Them By Roger Annis and Kim Ives, July 19, 2012
Living in Tarps and Tents: The Plight of Haiti’s Earthquake Victims By Roger Annis and Kim Ives, July 07, 2012
HAITI: The Macoutification of Martelly’s Power By Kim Ives, February 17, 2012
Washington Takes Control of Haiti Elections and Reconstruction, Cancels January Run-off By Isabeau Doucet and Kim Ives, January 06, 2011
Cholera Catastrophe Spreads in Haiti By Kim Ives, October 29, 2010
For $10 Billion of “Promises” Haiti Surrenders its Sovereignty By Kim Ives, April 25, 2010
U.S. Takeover of Haiti: The centerpieces of the US, UN, and World Bank Plan for Haiti are Sweatshops and Tourisim By Kim Ives, April 05, 2010