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The Human Rights-Abusing Honduran Government Wants the US to Help Ramp Up the War on Drugs and Gangs

Dan Beeton
Jacobin, September 3, 2014

The Central American Child Refugee Crisis: Made in U.S.A.

Alexander Main
Dissent, July 30, 2014

Child Labor is Part of Problem of Global Race to Bottom

Mark Weisbrot
Room for Debate (The New York Times), July 16, 2014

The Child Migration Crisis and the Legacy of the Honduran Coup

Dan Beeton
Al Jazeera America, June 28, 2014

The U.S. Re-militarization of Central America and Mexico

Alexander Main
NACLA Report on the Americas, June 26, 2014

Honduras: The Deep Roots of Resistance

Alexander Main
Dissent, April 14, 2014

U.S. Relations with Brazil and South America Still Worsening

Mark Weisbrot
NACLA Report on the Americas, Winter 2013

Honduran Elections Marred by Violence, Fraud Allegations: Will International Observers Look at the Evidence?

Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian, December 3, 2013

En español

Honduras Elections: A Chance to Get it Right this Time

Alexander Main
Los Angeles Times, November 24, 2013

South American Governments Should Support Hondurans’ Rights To Sovereignty and Free Elections

Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, October 29, 2013
En español

Forty Years After “The Other September 11,” Much of Allende’s Dream Has Come True

Mark Weisbrot
Al Jazeera English, September 13, 2013
En Español

Mass Media Helps Keep Americans in the Dark About U.S. Foreign Policy

Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, August 5, 2013
En Español

One Year Later, Honduran Victims of US Drug War Still Await Justice

Dan Beeton and Alexander Main
Al Jazeera English, May 20, 2013

U.S. Seeks to Get Rid of Left Governments in Latin America

Mark Weisbrot
Folha de São Paulo (Brazil), April 20, 2013
Em Português | En Español

Will Obama’s Legacy Be a Death Squad Government in Honduras?

Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, March 30, 2013
En Español

Mexico Still Far From Fair Elections
Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, July 9, 2012
En Español

Legacy of Honduran Coup Still Threatens Democracy In Latin America
Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, June 29, 2012
En Español

Obama in Cartagena: No Change, Dwindling Hope
Alexander Main
Al Jazeera English, April 12, 2012

Obama and Clinton Ignore Democrats' Pleas to Stop the Killing In Honduras
Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, March 22, 2012
En Español

International Republican Institute Not “Promoting Democracy”
Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, January 31, 2012

The U.S.’s Bizarre Approach to Elections in Latin America and the Caribbean
Alexander Main and Daniel McCurdy
NACLA News, December 22, 2011

Brazil Should Help Honduras
Mark Weisbrot
Folha de São Paulo
(Brazil), November 23, 2011
Em Português

Honduras Needs Help from the South
Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, November 18, 2011
En Español

Peru’s Election Could Change Hemispheric Relations, and Washington is Worried
Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, June 2, 2011
La República (Peru), June 3, 2011
En Español

Zelaya’s Return to Honduras: A Step Forward, But Will Political Repression Continue?
Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, May 28, 2011

Latin America’s Growth Picks Up After Decades of Failure
Mark Weisbrot
Foreign Policy Digest, May 18, 2011

Brazil’s Elections Will Matter for the Rest of the World
Mark Weisbrot
Folha de São Paulo (Brazil), October 8, 2010
Em Português

Attempted Coup in Ecuador Fails, But Threat Remains
Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, October 1, 2010
En Español

Does Washington Want Normal Diplomatic Relations With Venezuela?
Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, August 18, 2010
En Español

Life Imitates Art: That Completes My Argument
Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, July 16, 2010

One Year After the Coup, Rift Persists Between Washington And Latin America Over Honduras
Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, June 30, 2010

Lula Shouldn’t Buckle to U.S. Pressure On Iran

Mark Weisbrot
Folha de São Paulo, March 24, 2010
Em Português

Hillary Clinton’s “Damage Control” Trip to Latin America

Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, March 5, 2010
En español

Independent Latin America Forms Its Own Organization

Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, February 25, 2010
En español

Why Washington Cares About Countries like Haiti and Honduras

Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, January 29, 2010 En Español

Top Ten Ways You Can Tell Which Side The United States Government is On With Regard to the Military Coup in Honduras

Mark Weisbrot
Common Dreams, December 16, 2009

En español

Brazil’s Differences With Washington Are Unavoidable, And Positive

Mark Weisbrot
Folha de São Paulo, November 28, 2009
Em Português
En Español

Honduran Dictatorship is a Threat to Democracy in the Hemisphere

Mark Weisbrot
Sacramento Bee, November 19, 2009

President Obama’s Credibility on the Line in Honduras

Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, November 4, 2009

How Much Repression Will Hillary Clinton Support in Honduras?

Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, September 23, 2009

IMF Gives $164 Million to Coup Government in Honduras, Following Familiar Pattern

Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, September 3, 2009

Seven Weeks After Honduran Coup, Washington Still Lagging the Region on Restoring Democracy

Mark Weisbrot
The Guardian Unlimited, August 21, 2009

Obama Should Change Course and Support Democracy In Honduras

Mark Weisbrot
McClatchy Tribune Information Services, August 13, 2009

Lawyers, Guns, and Money: A Coup Tests Obama’s Will

Mark Weisbrot
Los Angeles Times, July 23, 2009

Why is Our Government So Quiet About Repression and Media Censorship in Honduras?

Mark Weisbrot 
National Journal Online, July 13, 2009

Latin America Drags a Reluctant Washington into Supporting Democracy in Honduras

By Mark Weisbrot
July 1, 2009, The Guardian Unlimited

Hondurans Resist Coup, Will Need Help From Other Countries

Mark Weisbrot   En español
The Guardian Unlimited , July 8, 2009