Privatization Among The Ruins...Has The Old Guard Hopping MadAmy Borrus
The clock is ticking on the survival of democracy in Haiti, whose populace rejoiced when U.S. troops restored President Jean-Bertrand Aristide to power last October. They're sure to cheer President Clinton when he arrives on Mar. 31 to mark the transfer of peacekeeping duties from U.S. troops to U.N. forces. But with the economy in a shambles, stability will ultimately depend more on foreign capital than on foreign military might.
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