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For whom the dogs spy Haiti: from the Duvalier dictatorships to the earthquake, four presidents, and beyond by
Publication Date: 2015-01-06
Haiti's new dictatorship the coup, the earthquake and the UN occupaton
In 1804 Haiti became the world's first independent black Republic following a slave revolution. 200 years later, ravaged by colonialism and violence, it was placed under UN military occupation. [This book] charts the country's recent history, from the 2004 coup against President Aristide to the devastating 2010 earthquake, revealing a shocking story of abuse and indifference by international forces. Justin Podur unmasks the grim reality of a supposedly benign international occupation, arguing that the denial of sovereignty is the fundamental cause of Haiti's problems.
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