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Haiti two years on: beyond relief, beyond belief

Haiti is not just recovering from the earthquake but from the political and economic interventions of recent decades, as Phillip Wearne explains.

Filed in: Development (Aid) Disasters Haiti NGOs

Tents beyond tents

A cartoon introduction to life in the camps in and around Port-au-Prince.

Filed in: Disasters Haiti

Haiti: where did all the money go?

More than $10 billion was raised worldwide for Haiti after the earthquake. But, two years on, what have NGOs done with the cash? Nick Harvey investigates.

Filed in: Development (Aid) Disasters Haiti NGOs

Haiti’s decision to rearm is an obstacle to peace, development and freedom

Costa Rica’s former President Oscar Arias Sanchez – who was instrumental in abolishing his own country’s army – explains why.

Filed in: Costa Rica Haiti Military

Cuba makes cancer breakthrough

A new vaccine could give hope to millions – if Big Pharma doesn’t get its hands on it first, says Iris Gonzales.

Filed in: Cuba Health Pharmaceuticals

Haiti

A profile of the troubled Caribbean nation.

Filed in: Haiti

Antigua and Barbuda

When new Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer moved into Antigua’s government offices in 2004, his predecessors had bequeathed him a scene of desolation. Wilmoth Daniel, his deputy, explained that they found ‘the drawers open – all the files were removed like a thief in the night … What a shame of those individuals in authority to [remove] all those files, the soul and heart of the country.’

Filed in: Antigua

Confessions of the Torturer

Torture is used not to protect people but to terrorize them. Eduardo Galeano examines its uses and abuses.

Filed in: Haiti Slavery

Together but not scrambled

Cuba is not quite the multiracial nirvana that Rotimi Ogedengbe was hoping for…

Filed in: Cuba Race

View From The South

Filed in: Cuba

  • July 5, 2003
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