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Assassinations and invasions – how the US and France shaped Haiti's long history of political turmoil

By Jean Eddy Saint Paul, Professor of Sociology, Brooklyn College
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Local power struggles and strong US interests have long shaped political leadership – and presidential assassinations – in Haiti, limiting nation-building projects on the Caribbean island.

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