Gerardo Torres and Matt Ginsberg-Jaeckle
Matt Ginsberg-Jackle interviews Gerardo Torres about how the Honduran left assembled a broad front following the country’s 2009 coup, built power over 12 years, and then won the presidential election last year.
Brigitte Gynther and Azadeh Shahshahani
In These Times
Last month, the White House announced more than $1.9 billion in “private sector commitments” to Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador-part of Vice President Harris’ “Call to Action” to address the root causes of migration from northern Central America.
“We traveled to Central America to investigate the root causes of migration. What we found is a resilient region where corporate interests, international development institutions, and the U.S. government have played a profoundly destabilizing role."
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