Can a foreign force restore order in Haiti? | Inside Story

Haiti is running out of food and fuel as gangs control the streets.
Haiti’s government is appealing for an international force to combat the gangs, a call echoed by the UN Secretary-General and the US But any external force is a reminder of multiple American military interventions and many in Haiti oppose the proposal.
The country is still reeling from a series of shocks over the past 12 years. They include earthquakes, hurricanes, cholera, gang violence and a political vacuum left by the assassination of President Jovenel Moise last year.

Can a foreign force restore order in Haiti?

Presenter: Sami Zeidan

Guests:

Laurent Lamothe – Prime Minister of Haiti from 2012 to 2014

Joseph Harold Pierre – academic and consultant on Latin America and Haiti

Daniel Foote – former American diplomat and former U.S. special envoy to Haiti

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