Recent Feature Articles

Haiti: The Aftershocks of History, Laurent Dubois, Metropolitan Books, 2012, 418 pp. Reviewed by Roger Annis (This review was…

Haiti protest signals political tension for future   Article by Trenton Daniel, The Associated Press, Wed. Feb. 29, 2012 PORT-AU-…

Canada-funded shelter assistance looks like shantytown clearance, not the vast house-building plan desperately needed By Roger Annis…

By Kevin EdmondsPart one, published on the author’s blog on NACLA, The Other Side of Paradise, NACLA, February 16, 2012 The weekend of…

The following article is one of the very few recent articles to provide a comprehensive and accurate overview of the scope of the housing…

Inside Story Americas on Al Jazeera on Feb 2, 2012 features a 30-minute panel discussion on the decision of a Haitian judge on January 30…

The following article is the most thorough and informative article written on the second anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti. Another…

The Haitian earthquake prompted an outpouring of generosity – international donations totalled more than $10 billion. But, two years on,…
Al Jazeera broadcast the following 30 minute panel discussion on January 12, 2012 featuring Mark Weisbrot (Center for Economic and…

Jan 9, 2012--The following article is published today throughout the Postmedia news chain in Canada. The article appears in the National…

By Alexis Erkert and Beverly Bell Published on Other Worlds, January 4, 2012 (see author bios below) As 2012 begins, a growing…

By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, Jan 5, 2012 President Joseph Michel “Sweet Micky” Martelly is shoveling money out of the national treasury…
by BILL QUIGLEY and AMBER RAMANAUSKAS (see author bios below) Counterpunch, January 3, 2012   Haiti, a close neighbor of the US with…
Tuesday, 20 December 2011 Yesterday, the Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) released a statement (see text below) calling on…

A study by Haiti Grassroots Watch on factory investment in Haiti, December 2011 The following is a groundbreaking, seven-part study by…
Introductory note: On November 18, 2011, several thousand people marched in the streets of Cap Haitien, Haiti's second largest city, in…