Missing from the discussion of Hillary Rodham Clinton's record has been her work in Haiti, where she blatantly manipulated and threatened Haitian government officials to control electoral outcomes. In that country, too, she and her husband have led the way in promoting a sweatshop-led development model.
Other Worlds has compiled a list of articles that take a closer look into Clinton's work in Haiti and what her Presidency could portend for other nations.
- Clinton Emails Reveal “Behind the Doors Actions” of Private Sector and US Embassy in Haiti Elections | Center for Economic and Policy Research | October 2015
- What Are We Missing About Haiti in the Hillary Emails? by Georgianne Nienaber | Huffington Post | September 2015
- A Look at Hillary (and Bill) Clinton’s Past in Haiti by Emily Dalgo | Africa Is A Country | July 2015
- On the nexus of Hillary Clinton’s State Department & Bill Clinton’s foundation: The King and Queen of Haiti by Jonathan Katz | Politico | May 2015
- Role of Hillary Clinton’s brother in Haiti gold mine raises eyebrows by Kevin Sullivan and Rosalind S. Helderman | Washington Post | March 2015
- Outsourcing Haiti: How Disaster Relief Became a Disaster of Its Own by Jake Johnston, Center for Economic and Policy Research | Boston Review | January 2014
- On the State Department's role in preventing a minimum wage increase in Haiti: WikiLeaks Haiti: Let Them Live on $3 a Day by Dan Coughlin and Kim Ives | The Nation | June 2011
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