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Haiti: Hurricanes in a year of calmness

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posted on 2021-04-01, 17:02 authored by JE Montes, A Feldmann, S Piracés
Haiti continues to be an extremely fragile democracy in a state with minimal capacities to perform basic state functions. Haiti depends and will continue depending on the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) and the international cooperation to keep its process of political stabilization, state building, democratic strengthening and achievement of economic and social development to a sustainable level. The René Préval government, with strong international support, has achieved important improvement in security, planning and institutional building. The year 2008 was marked by a deep crisis in the government, triggered by the sudden hike in international food prices, severe conflicts with the opposition and natural disasters caused by tropical storms and aggravated by the environmental devastation.



Montes, J. E., Feldmann, A.Piracés, S. (2009). Haiti: Hurricanes in a year of calmness. Revista de Ciencia Politica, 29(2), 453-469.



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