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Social Media: Americas: Central America: Honduras

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for the Americas/Central America/Honduras Region

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Help for Hondurans After Their Election
Whatever the motives behind each country’s response to Honduras’ presidential elections, the most important consideration for everyone should be the future peace, stability, and prosperity of the Hond... Read More...


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A Month Without Zelaya
While the initial raw furor over Zelaya's removal may have subsided, the months ahead most likely will prove to be extremely difficult ones for the Honduran people to endure. By Brian Thompson (COHA, ... Read More...


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Honduras: Coup d’Etat in Constitutional Clothing?
This article appeals to the Honduran Constitution, the Democratic Charter, and the UN Commission on Human Rights in order to demonstrate that the removal of President Manuel Zelaya was a “coup… [and] ... Read More...


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Guns and Democracy
Despite a natural distaste for any military coup, it is possible that the army might have actually done Honduran democracy a service. By (The Independent UK, 06/30/2009) Read More...


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Measuring the Local Economic Impact of Tourism
During the last decade, the growth of international travel to developing nations grew by 94.4 percent, compared to a growth rate of only 34 percent for developed countries. This is notable number. Tur... Read More...


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Honduras Revista Internationale (Honduras)
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Honduras This Week (Honduras)
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