Haiti: Stable at Last?

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PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti — The island of Haiti is surprisingly easy to get to from the United States. Pay $300 for a round trip ticket from Miami, and an hour and a half later an Airbus 300 descends from the Caribbean skies to deposit you at the gates of the Toussaint Louverture International Airport in Port au Prince, and into the middle of a nation both hurting from decades of instability and full of a renewed sense of optimism after restoration of basic security following a humanitarian intervention by U.N. troops. World Politics Review will be featuring a series […]

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