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Honduras news and analysis from The Nation
February 28, 2022
The Spectacular Fall of Honduras’s Juan Orlando Hernandez
The former president will face drug charges in a US court, but it was the US that empowered him.
December 6, 2021
Honduras Elects a Socialist—but Will She Be Allowed to Govern?
administration won’t have it easy: Corrupt networks permeate every branch of government.
October 27, 2021
How Climate Change and Gang Violence Intersect in Honduras
As climate impacts worsen in this struggling country, migration increases and that puts many in danger of gang violence.
June 8, 2021
In Honduras, US Efforts to Deter Migrants Add Danger, Costs
Critics warn that increasing militarization of the border here just means more bribe money, more corruption—and pushing more migrants into the arms of traffickers.
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February 16, 2021
Guatemala Takes a Hard Line Against Migrants—With US Support
Long before Trump, Washington was exporting control of migratory routes, along with repressive policing, to Mexico and Central America.
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September 3, 2020
5 Garífuna Leaders Are Still Missing in Honduras
Nearly 50 days have passed since five leaders of the Garífuna community were kidnapped by men wearing Honduran police uniforms.
September 3, 2020
Los 5 líderes garífunas siguen desaparecidos
Han pasado casi 50 días desde que cinco líderes de la comunidad garífuna fueron secuestrados por hombres vestidos con uniformes de policía.
July 30, 2020
‘Even In a Pandemic, We’re Still a Minority’
After fleeing long-term sexual abuse in Honduras, one young man tries to survive the coronavirus lockdown in San Francisco.
March 24, 2020
Honduras’s Deadly Water Wars
In the lush Bajo Aguán valley, successive land and water conflicts have left over 150 people dead. And the fight is not over yet.
October 25, 2019
Coffee Prices Have Collapsed, Threatening the Livelihood of Millions Across the Global South
Why aren’t big importers like Starbucks doing something to help the small farmers and workers who are the backbone of their multibillion-dollar businesses?