Monthly archive

By Democracy Now, May 24, 2022 We look in depth at “The Ransom,” a new series in The New York Times that details how France devastated…
By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, May 18, 2022 After a three-month stand-off, Haiti’s main opposition coalition began last week sitting down…
By Evens Solomon, AP, May 12, 2022 Unidentified suspects broke into one of Haiti’s main courthouses, ransacked judges’ offices and stole…
By Catherine Charlemagne, Haiti Liberté, May 11, 2022 For the politicians carrying out the “Transition” in Haiti, the hour of reckoning…
By Sandra Wisner & Kristina Fried, OpinioJuris, April 22, 2022 At first glance, the garment workers’ protests sweeping Haiti appear to…
By Sophie Cousins, The Guardian, April 18, 2022 Every morning, three lawyers navigate the gang-ridden, treacherous roads of Port-au-Prince…
By Yves Engler, May 22, 2022 US military training has long been controversial. After years of protest over its training of brutal military…
By Yves Engler, May 11, 2022 Eight miners in Burkina Faso have been stuck underground for nearly a month. Unlike other mining disasters,…
By William Wing Gee Dere, The Canada Files, May 14, 2022 Note: Separatist organizations and the mainstream media have popularized the…
By Moss Robeson, The Grayzone, March 26, 2022 A month ago in Toronto, former Canadian Prime Minister and Conservative Party heavyweight…
By RT, March 23, 2022 Author and activist Yves Engler, who recently confronted Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Joly at a public event,…
By Yves Engler, Anti-war.com, March 22, 2022 While in no way excusing Russia’s criminal invasion, NATO expansion eastward increased its…
By Aidan Jonah, The Canada Files, March 10, 2022 Marcus Kolga, a senior fellow at a Canadian think-tank partially funded by the Taiwan…
By Geopolitics & Empire, April 23, 2022 Canadian activist and author Yves Engler discusses how he recently interrupted talks by the…
By Alex Kosh, The Maple, April 23, 2022 On Monday, the Canadian Press (CP) published a former Lockheed Martin test pilot’s call for Canada…
By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, May 4, 2022 here are growing signs that Washington may have played a greater part in the Jul. 7, 2021…
By Anne Myriam Bolivar, Haiti Liberté, April 27, 2022 Mathilde Ménélas recalls the moment her parents sold a piece of their land and…
By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, April 20, 2022 On Apr. 18, Haitian lawyer Newton Saint-Juste sent an open letter to U.S. Secretary of State…
By Presa Latina, April 28, 2022 The National Association of Haitian Magistrates (ANAMAH) requested the Government to postpone the entry…
By Jacqueline Charles & Jay Weaver, The Miami Herald, April 28, 2022 The undercover work of former U.S. government informants…
By Jemima Pierre, LA Progressive, April 29, 2022 On April 24, 2022, Nicaragua’s Sandinista government officially booted the Organization…
By AFP, April 9, 2022 In gang-ridden Haiti going to court has become so dangerous for lawyers that they avoid it altogether: at one lower-…