Roberto Micheletti

The recent release of hundreds of thousands of diplomatic cables by Wikileaks will undoubtedly focus the greatest attention on U.S. policy in the Middle East, but it could also shake things up in Latin America.

One year ago this week, the Honduran military expelled President Manuel Zelaya from the country.

Truth Commission, Honduras, President Porfirio Lobo,

On Tuesday, Honduras’ Congress approved a decree handed down in December by interim President Roberto Micheletti to end Honduras’ membership in the Bolivarian Alternative to the Americas (ALBA), a regional organization started by Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez.

Months after the coup, most Hondurans resent the international outcry.


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