In the current Honduran stand-off, Roberto Micheletti and Manuel Zelaya have shown themselves to be political novices without the maturity and intellect to guide this country out of this crisis.
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CARACAS, Venezuela �" Honduras' de facto government remains dead-set against the return of Manuel Zelaya as the country's president, in defiance of ...
The past is not as distant as much of the coverage of the Honduran coup suggests. The seemingly forgotten autogolpe, or "self coup" in Guatemala in 1993 may offer some lessons for today.
In the land of esperanza, Obama must recognize that talk of "hope" that is accompanied by continued military funding for governments like those of Honduras or Colombia rings hollow.
It is clear that Hondurans won't be getting any help from the United States, so the rest of the world will have to scream bloody murder about the violence and repression going on there.
3. We kinda sorta trained the coup leaders at the School of the Americas so it's like kinda awkward.
Latin America may well be where the decline and fall of Obama's global rock star status begins.
The big difference between Iran and Honduras? President Obama and the U.S. can actually do something about a military crackdown that our tax dollars are helping pay for.
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