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A breakthrough for Honduras’ political crisis

Interview

A breakthrough for Honduras’ political crisis

Christopher Sabatini, the senior director of policy for the Council of the Americas and an expert on Latin American affairs discusses the resolution of the political crisis in Honduras with David Brancaccio. He analyzes the factors that led to the breakthrough agreement between the deposed president and the de facto government -- and the likelihood it will succeed.

Posted: October 30, 2009 16:30   Comments: 1
Political standoff continues in Honduras

Blogs

Political standoff continues in Honduras

There is no sign of a quick resolution in the standoff between the de facto Honduran government and the deposed Honduran president, Manuel Zelaya. Worldfocus blogger Peter Eisner and a contributor in Honduras describe the political climate in the country.

Posted: September 23, 2009 12:16   Comments: 2
Zelaya supporters defy Honduran curfew

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Zelaya supporters defy Honduran curfew

In Honduras, supporters of deposed President Manuel Zelaya again took to the streets on Tuesday night in defiance of a government curfew. Zelaya has been holed up in the Brazilian embassy in Honduras after sneaking back into the country Monday.

Posted: September 23, 2009 12:09   Comments: 2
Deposed president sneaks back to Honduras

Peter Eisner (blog)

Deposed president sneaks back to Honduras

The stealthy return to Honduras by deposed President Manuel Zelaya this week highlights unusual alliances and the significant role of Brazil, writes Worldfocus blogger Peter Eisner.

Posted: September 22, 2009 10:54   Comments: 2
High-powered Americans entangled in Honduras crisis

Peter Eisner (blog)

High-powered Americans entangled in Honduras crisis

International politics have never been far from the surface of the presidential crisis in Honduras, writes Worldfocus blogger Peter Eisner. The military-backed interim government that seized power from ousted President Manuel Zelaya has enlisted the help of Washington elites.

Posted: July 24, 2009 10:57   Comments: 5
Tune in: Online radio show on media battles in Honduras

Worldfocus Radio

Tune in: Online radio show on media battles in Honduras

Political upheaval continues in Honduras, after liberal leader Manuel Zelaya was ousted in a military coup in late June. Worldfocus.org's weekly radio show explores the coup and how Latin America's media have become a political battleground. Sandra Cuffe, Daniel Duquenal and Silvio Waisbord join the conversation.

Posted: July 14, 2009 18:42   Comments: 6
Political cartoonist detained by armed forces in Honduras

Q&A

Political cartoonist detained by armed forces in Honduras

Honduran political cartoonist Allan McDonald, who had published several cartoons in support of ousted leader Manuel Zelaya, was arrested and detained by the Honduran armed forces, who destroyed his materials and cartoons. He joined Worldfocus to describe his experience.

Posted: July 10, 2009 23:29   Comments: 6
U.S. confers with deposed president of Honduras

Interview (video)

U.S. confers with deposed president of Honduras

On Tuesday, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met with the deposed president of Honduras and announced that Costa Rica will serve as a mediator in the Honduran political crisis. Christopher Sabatini of the Council of the Americas discusses the political situation in Honduras and the role of the U.S.

Posted: July 7, 2009 15:18   Comments: 2
Political crisis in Honduras deepens and turns deadly

Perspectives

Political crisis in Honduras deepens and turns deadly

On Sunday in Honduras, there was a violent clash at the airport in the capital city of Tegucigalpa when a plane carrying ousted and exiled leader Manuel Zelaya was turned away. A Worldfocus contributing blogger in Santa Rosa de Copán describes the tense climate in Honduras.

Posted: July 6, 2009 14:03   Comments: 0

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