Geopolitics: Haiti remains an international problem
Haiti’s history of violence, chaos and natural disaster has meant a permanent role for 10,500 UN peacekeeping troops. But what happens when they leave asks GIS expert, Dr Joseph S. Tulchin in this special report.
THE issue of ungoverned spaces or failed states has grown in geopolitical importance and Haiti, in the Caribbean Basin, is a classic example.
Millions of dollars have been pumped into Haiti by the international community in an attempt to deal with its years of violence and chaos. More foreign aid followed a devastating earthquake which killed tens of thousands in January, 2010.
But the big question remains - wh...
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