L’aide étrangère ne peut rien pour Haïti

By Loic Tassé, le Journal de Montréal. It is illusory to think that foreign forces can save Haiti from the corruption and incompetence of its own elites. Rather they should aid the minuscule Haitian army, which is better placed to restore order — even at the cost of a military dictatorship.

Intervention Not a Blank Check

A foreign intervention, if it comes, should not be a blank check. It should be in the service of the country, not the government in power, leading to a transition government. Excerpt from article by Jean-Marie Théodat, Sorbonne University