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Haiti's Prospects for Future Peace and Democracy

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Haiti's Prospects for Future Peace and Democracy

Haiti's Prospects for Future Peace and Democracy

Haiti's Prospects for Future Peace and Democracy

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NPR's Scott Simon talks to Edward Luttwak of the Center for Strategic and International Studies about prospects for peace and democracy in Haiti. Luttwak says that given Haiti's political culture, the international community should either accept that dictatorship is inevitable, or be willing to intervene and take political control of the country.

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