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Monday, September 25, 2006 

Security and Sovereignty!!!!
If some of you have missed this news, it seems like if the ever-increasing insecurity landscape in Haiti is now turning into a case of lost sovereignty. From all accounts, it appears that concerns over the country’s governance, and the government’s capability to improve it have more or less prompted some international donors to spread a certain gospel against the growth and proliferation of illegal arms, see here.

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