Haiti

The Challenge of Haiti’s Future: Report on the Conference Sponsored by U.S. Army War College, Georgetown University, and the Inter-American Dialogue

Author: Dr Peter Hakim, Dr Abigail Horn, Dr Robert Maguire, Dr Max G Manwaring, Dr Donald E Schulz This Special Report contains an account of a conference on “The Challenge of Haiti’s Future,” sponsored by the U.S. Army War College, Georgetown University, and the Inter-American Dialogue, and held on February 10-11, 1997, on Capitol Hill, …

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Haiti Update

Author: Dr Donald E Schulz Recent developments in Haiti including political assassinations attributed to both former Haitian military personnel and members of President Preval’s presidential security unit have once again thrust that troubled country into the international spotlight. In the process, questions have been raised about the viability of the nascent Haitian democracy and the …

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Whither Haiti?

Author: Dr Donald E Schulz Dr. Donald E. Schulz looks at the prospects for political stability, democratization, and socioeconomic development. His conclusions are sobering. While by no means dismissing the possibility that Haiti can “make it,” he presents a portrait of the imposing obstacles that must still be overcome and a detailed discussion of the …

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Haiti Strategy: Control, Legitimacy, Sovereignty, Rule of Law, Handoffs, and Exit

Author: Dr Gabriel Marcella Now that the armed forces of the United States have entered Haiti, what is the exit strategy? As the United States, the government of Jean-Bertrand Aristide, and the United Nations coalition establish order, it is best to be mindful of the tasks ahead: building a new authority system based on the …

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Reconciling the irreconcilable: The Troubled Outlook for U.S. Policy toward Haiti

Author: Dr Gabriel Marcella, Dr Donald E Schulz Few foreign policy issues have been more frustrating to the U.S. Government during the past year than the Haitian crisis. Thus, this report could not be more timely. The title is suggestive. The authors describe different courses of action and the steps that the United States might …

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