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Dan Coughlin

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Dan Coughlin

Dan Coughlin covered Haiti for Inter Press Service from the UN and Port-au-Prince between 1992 and 1996. He was formerly the news director and executive director of Pacifica Radio. He is currently executive director of Manhattan Neighborhood Network.

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As the renewal date for the UN mission in Haiti nears, WikiLeaks cables reveal a litany of MINUSTAH’s failures.

Secret US Embassy cables ripple through Haitian politics, imperiling the appointment of a new prime minister.

A secret US Embassy cable describes how Haiti's business elite armed and deployed police units in pro-Aristide strongholds like Bel Air and Cite Soleil after the 2004 coup.

A 2005 cable obtained by WikiLeaks predicted that the Haitian government was "unprepared to handle a natural disaster of any magnitude."

Confirming what Haitians already knew, a WikiLeaks document shows how US and international donors pushed ahead with a rigged presidential election.

Confirming what Haitians already knew, a WikiLeaks document shows how US and international donors pushed ahead with a rigged presidential election.

The US Embassy aided Levi’s, Hanes contractors in their fight against an increase in Haiti’s minimum wage.

How the US tried—and failed—to scuttle a Venezuelan oil deal even though it would bring huge benefits to Haiti's impoverished people.

No matter who is declared the winner, the country's March 20 elections represent a defeat for Haitian democracy.

His arrival on the eve of Sunday's controversial elections in Haiti injected new energy into the popular and democratic movement.