Tag Archives: Honduras

The Perils of Hands-Off Approaches in Conflict Situations

In thinking about the seemingly unrelated coups d’état in Egypt, Mali and Honduras, it is possible to discern a thin thread of commonality that ties these cases together, despite of the obvious differences between them.  In these cases, the international … Continue reading

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On U.S Travel Warnings to Israel and Honduras

The U.S State Department’s Bureau of Consular Affairs recently released new travel warnings for American citizens.  Among these warnings, I found particularly striking that the Bureau found it wise to divert American citizens from going to places like Israel and … Continue reading

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La Tinta en la Historia de Honduras

Aqui una corta pieza, tal y como fue publicada por el diario hondureno El Heraldo el Lunes 3 de Junio de 2013: El realismo y la justicia son elementos sinérgicos que nunca deben ser desasociados cuando se coloca a un … Continue reading

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