The History Behind Honduras: Gunboat Diplomacy Is Over

This post was written by admin on June 30, 2009
Posted Under: International Relations

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 The recent coup in Honduras begs the question: What will the U.S. do?  There is a long history of American intervention in Central America–will this history repeat?  In a word–no.

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Dr. Art Pitz
The Professor’s House
Know the History–Understand the Choices

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Reader Comments

Of course there will be no intervention because intervention has gotten us in hot water ever since The Korean War all the way up to Iraq today. Also there would be calls for the U.S. to intervene elsewhere such as Iran.

#1 
Written By Shawn Simmons on July 1st, 2009 @ 10:14 am

Dear Shawn,

Thanks for your contribution. And, as you probably know, there have already been calls for intervention in Iran especially relating to their alleged efforts to produce nuclear weapons.

Art Pitz

#2 
Written By Dr. Art Pitz on July 5th, 2009 @ 3:19 pm

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