The potential for a brand new international intervention in Haiti brings again the worst reminiscences of the nation’s historical past, which has suffered from occupations since 1915.
The interventions, supported primarily by the US, the UN, and the OAS, have elevated deaths and human rights abuses and inspired violence.
Haiti, the primary Latin American nation to proclaim independence in 1804 after a revolutionary course of in opposition to France, has all the time suffered from the presence of international forces on its territory, primarily from the US.
Because the Group of American States (OAS) has admitted, the actions of the worldwide neighborhood within the . . .