Foosball with the Devil: Haiti, Honduras, and Democracy in the Neoliberal Era

by Adrienne Pine

1. Darío A. Euraque, Reinterpreting the Banana Republic: Region and State in Honduras, 1870-1972, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1996.

2. Hontas Farmer, “Black Vs. Mulatto in Haiti: The danger of misunderstanding the internal politics even as we help,” Scientific Blogging, Jan. 15, 2010.

3. Adrienne Pine, “Fascism, (counter-)fascism, lobbyists, anti-semitism and the State,” Oct. 5, 2009

4. Rebel Girl, “Walking with Zelaya: Padre Andres Tamayo,” Iglesia Descalza, Sept. 24, 2009.

5. Richard Sanders, “The Canadian-backed Coup Regime’s Reign of Terror: How CIDA’s NCHR-Haiti Cleverly Promoted and then Covered up Atrocities,” Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade, October, 2007; and Peter Hallward, Damming the Flood: Haiti, Aristide, and the Politics of Containment, London: Verso, 2008.

6. Robert Naiman, “The Minimum Wage and the Coup in Honduras,” Just Foreign Policy, Aug. 7, 2009.

7. “Salario mínimo aumenta entre 109 y 33 dólares en Honduras,” La Gente, Dec. 25, 2008.

8. Adrienne Pine, “Message Control: Field Notes on Washington’s Golpistas,” NACLA Report, March 2010,; and Adrienne Pine, “WOLA vs. Honduran Democracy,” CounterPunch, April 12, 2010.

9. Karen Bähr Caballero, translation by Laura Taylor, “Haiti and Honduras: A more than symbolic parallel between coups and earthquakes,” Jan. 19, 2010.

10. Personal communication.

11. AP, “Chile Shock 500x Energy of Haiti Quake,” Feb. 27, 2010.