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Analysis: Aristide Forced Out in Haiti

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Analysis: Aristide Forced Out in Haiti

Analysis: Aristide Forced Out in Haiti

Analysis: Aristide Forced Out in Haiti

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NPR's Liane Hansen talks with Ambassdaor James Dobbins, who was President Clinton's special envoy to Haiti during the 1990s. Dobbins is now director of the International Security and Defense Policy Center at the Rand Corporation.

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