Upside Down World
Friday, 27 November 2015

1 Five Years After the Earthquake in Haiti: The Sad State of Democracy and Human Rights Beverly Bell
2 Four Years After Haiti’s Earthquake, Still Waiting for a Roof Jane Regan and Milo Milfort
3 Grassroots Groups Wary of Haiti’s 'Attractive' Mining Law Correspondents
4 Made in Haiti, Dumped in Haiti Isabeau Doucet
5 Haitian Senate Calls for Halt to Mining Activities Jane Regan
6 Sovereignty vs. Intervention: A Review of Haiti’s New Dictatorship Isabeau Doucet
7 What Are 'Peacekeepers' Doing in a Haitian Industrial Park? David L. Wilson
8 Haiti's Excluded Majority Opposes Army's Re-Creation Jeb Sprague
9 Red Light on the Canadian Red Cross in Haiti? Stefan Christoff
10 Haitian Government Faces Mounting Popular Anger Milo Milfort and Lafontaine Orvild
11 Haiti’s Military Monster Makes a Creeping Comeback Brian Fitzpatrick
12 Why Haiti Wasn’t “Built Back Better” David L. Wilson
13 U.N. Troops Accused of Exploiting Local Women in Haiti Ansel Herz
14 Haitian Mayor’s Office Launches Violent Campaign to Destroy Refugee Camps Beverly Bell
15 Martelly-Clinton Seal Deal for Next Wave of Disaster Capitalism in Haiti Kanya D’Almeida
16 The Denial of Self Determination: The International Community and Haiti Kevin Edmonds
17 OAS Diplomat's Words Rattle Haiti’s Occupation Regime Roger Annis
18 Haiti: Quake Refugees Seek Moratorium on Evictions Judith Scherr
19 Silent Coup in Haiti Darren Ell
20 Education and the Cataclysm in Haiti: An Interview with Rea Dol Darren Ell
21 Citizen Mobilization For Housing in Haiti Beverly Bell
22 Growing Protests As UN Attacks Haitian Refugee Camp Beverly Bell
23 Haiti According to Haiti: International Aid as Colonialism Raúl Zibechi
24 Haitian Earthquake Survivors Need Social and Economic Rights Beverly Bell
25 Haiti’s Earthquake Victims in Great Peril Roger Annis
26 Chomsky Post-Earthquake: Aid to Haitian Popular Organizations, not Contractors or NGOs Keane Bhatt
27 A Future for Agriculture, A Future for Haiti Beverly Bell, Photo by Roberto (Bear) Guerra
28 After the Earthquake: One Thousand Tents for Haiti Joseph Shansky
29 Unnatural Devastation in Haiti Joseph Shansky
30 Profiting From Haiti’s Crisis Benjamin Dangl
31 Support Victims of the Earthquake in Haiti Jason Wallach
32 Two-faced Democracy in Haiti Kevin Pina
33 Remembering a Champion of the Poor in Haiti Kevin Pina
34 Haiti: "The people do not buy liberty and democracy at the market" Kevin Pina
35 UN Cover-up in Haiti Kevin Pina
36 Have Haitian Pogroms in the Dominican Republic Begun? Roger Leduc
37 After Four Years, No Justice for Murdered Haitian Journalist Joe Emersberger
38 Haiti and the Danger of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) Anthony Fenton
39 Bad News From Haiti: U.S. Press Misses the Story Dan Beeton
40 Bush Administration Accused of Withholding "Lifesaving" Aid to Haiti Cyril Mychalejko
41 Charges Finally Dropped Against Haitian Priest Wadner Pierre and Joe Emersberger
42 Amplifying Haiti's Lost Years Stuart Neatby
43 Legal Victory Leads to Historic Recovery for Massacre Survivors in Haiti Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti
44 Anti-Hunger Protests Rock Haiti Nazaire St. Fort and Jeb Sprague
45 Haiti is Not Tibet: The Miseries of a Two-Faced Discourse Raúl Zibechi
46 The Failure of Human Rights Watch in Venezuela and Haiti Joe Emersberger
47 What Next for Haiti's Cite Soleil? Dr. John Carroll, MD
48 Amnesty International's Track Record in Haiti since 2004 Joe Emersberger
49 Haiti: Mysterious Prison Ailment Traced to U.S. Rice Jeb Sprague, IPS News
50 U.S. Congress Should Make New Years Resolution for Haiti Brian Concannon, Jr.
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