Tag: <span>Coup in Honduras</span>

Evo Morales Criticizes U.S. At Conference; Robert Gates Focuses Talks On Drugs and Disasters

Today in Latin America Top Story — Bolivian President Evo Morales had sharp words for U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates on Monday when the two attended a regional conference on […] Read More >

Mexico And Chile Recognize Honduran Government; OAS Report Influences Decision

Today in Latin America Top Story — A year after the coup that overthrew Honduran President Manuel Zelaya, Latin American countries are beginning to recognize the new government in larger […] Read More >

Human Rights Watch Urges Honduras to Investigate Attacks on Coup Opponents

A letter relased by Human Rights Watch Americas director this week called on the government of Honduran President Porfirio Lobo to investigate attacks on opponents of last June’s coup that […] Read More >

President Porfirio Lobo To Take Office In Honduras

Honduras is ready to swear in newly elected President Porfirio Lobo after six months of politcal turmoil following the June 28 coup that forced then-president Manuel Zelaya out of office […] Read More >

Latin America News Dispatch on GritTV

Latin America News Dispatch co-founder Roque Planas appeared on GritTV with Laura Flaunders on a panel with NYU professor Greg Grandin and Queens College professor Sujatha Fernandes. The panel discussed […] Read More >

Putting the Best Face on a Coup D’Etat

The government of Honduras – referred to these days as “de facto,” “interim” or “illegitimate” – is dealing with its public perception problem just like any tarnished ruling party would: […] Read More >