Wrong and Strong in Honduras?

Good stuff from Faith Smith at the Washington Note, on what’s at play in Honduras: And so the showdown begins. On one side we have Zelaya backed by theinternational community and on the other is the government of Hondurasbacked by the majority of its 7.5 million citizens; an unfair fight for sure. What’s most fascinating to me about the above is how in and of itself, it leads you to a pretty obvious assumption. Substitute Zimbabwe for Honduras, for instance, and former opposition leader (now prime minister) Morgan Tsvangirai for ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya and your case makes itself. […]

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