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U.S. Drug Investigation Reaches Venezuela President Nicolás Maduro’s Inner Circle

A U.S. drug investigation has reached Venezuela President Nicolás Maduro's inner circle.

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The Dominican Republic’s Shameful Deportation Legacy

The Dominican Republic is desperately trying to win back the world's respect after its expulsion of Haitians. History, however, stands in its way.

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Avoiding a Democratic Disaster in Haiti

Haiti's upcoming elections are riddled with problems -- highly avoidable problems.

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The Dominican Republic’s Tortured Relationship With Its Haitian Minority

The Dominican government’s harassment and scapegoating of Haitian migrants and their descendants has gone on for decades. It’s time for it to stop.

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Nine Times Peacekeepers Have Sexually Abused Those They’re Supposed to Protect

A recently leaked report that accuses French peacekeepers of sexually abusing children in Central African Republic has opened up dialogue about how to stop the epidemic of peacekeeper abuse. Sadly, there's a long history to it.

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2 Years in, Haiti's $260 Million Tourist Paradise Has yet to Make Progress

In 2013, the Haitian government began seizing land on a picturesque island to construct a $260 million tourism hot spot. Two years later, the country's opaque land laws have all but sunk the project.

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