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Dispatches: The Coup In Honduras

When more than 200 soldiers stormed the house of Honduran President Manuel Zelaya on June 28, rousted him out of bed, and gave him a one-way ticket to Costa Rica, Latin America had a gut-wrenching sense of déjà vu. In the first successful military coup since the Cold War, the region’s long nightmare with de … Read more Dispatches: The Coup In Honduras

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Micheletti’s Losing Battle for Honduras’ Diplomatic Corps and its International Legitimacy

August 20, 2009 Since the Honduran military seized and expelled President Manuel Zelaya, the country’s de facto government has been losing the battle for international legitimacy. De facto President Roberto Micheletti and his allies have tried to convince the world that Honduras experienced a “constitutional succession,” not a coup. But beyond failing to show how … Read more Micheletti’s Losing Battle for Honduras’ Diplomatic Corps and its International Legitimacy

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