On the Prospects of Political Change in Honduras

This November, Hondurans will be voting in a historic election that could possibly result in the removal of the right-wing National Party of Honduras — currently led by President Juan Orlando Hernández. Since the 2009 military coup d’etat that ousted the

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A South Slav writing about the Second and Third World. Focusing on the former Eastern Bloc and Latin America.

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A South Slav writing about the Second and Third World. Focusing on the former Eastern Bloc and Latin America.

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