Adrienne Pine

Cut Military Aid, Not Humanitarian Aid, to Reduce Refugee Numbers

Cut Military Aid, Not Humanitarian Aid, to Reduce Refugee Numbers

April 19, 2019

Trump’s announcement to cut humanitarian aid to Central America will not have much effect. It’s the military aid that reinforces brutality in Guatemala and Honduras, says Prof. Adrienne Pine

Opposition Wins Honduras Presidential Race, But Problems Lie Ahead

November 28, 2017

Honduras’ incumbent President Hernandez has not conceded the election and President-elect Salvador Nasralla faces many obstacles implementing a left-of-center and anti-corruption agenda, as his supporters would like. Prof. Adrienne Pine of American University explains

Honduras

November 26, 2013
Left leaning opposition Libre Party decries electoral fraud, refuses to recognize official results indicating win for ruling right wing National Party

Hundreds Killed in Honduras Jail Fire Shows Post-Coup Impunity

February 24, 2012

Guards fired at prisoners trying to escape, part of a militarization of security that does not hold police, soldiers or generals accountable for crimes and human rights violations