Jake Johnston

Jake Johnston is a Research Associate at the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, DC.

Haitian Prime Minister Henry Agrees to Resign as CARICOM Announces Formation of Presidential Council

What Happens If Haiti Can’t Solve the Case of Who Killed Its President?

Regional Leaders Raise Doubts Over US-Backed Plan to Send Foreign Military to Haiti

More Than 90 Organizations Reject Calls for Military Intervention in Haiti

De Facto Haitian Authorities Call for (Another) Foreign Military Intervention

De Facto Haitian Government’s Invitation to Americas Summit Reveals US Double Standards

US Envoy to Haiti Resigns, Citing Political Intervention and “Inhumane” Deportation Policy

Head of Haiti’s Palace Guard Subject of US Law Enforcement Investigation into Arms Trafficking

How the International Community is Supporting an Illegal Power Grab in Haiti

Tens of Millions in Florida Properties Linked to Ecuadorian Presidential Candidate Guillermo Lasso

Data from Bolivia’s Election Add More Evidence That OAS Fabricated Last Year’s Fraud Claims

An Impending Crisis: COVID-19 in Haiti, Ongoing Instability, and the Dangers of Continued U.S. Deportations

The US Has Been Exporting COVID-19 to Haiti; Now, It is Returning a Death Squad Leader

Tens of Millions Will Be Pushed into Poverty Amid COVID-Induced Recession

Honesty Isn’t Just a Campaign Attribute, It’s a Prerequisite for Change

Haiti by the Numbers: 10 Years Later

Haiti: the Overpass to Nowhere

Haiti and the Collapse of a Political and Economic System

Haiti by the Numbers

Is Haiti Awakening to Change?

Puerto Rico’s Debt Stands in the Way of Recovery From Hurricanes and Austerity

Humanitarian Aid in Haiti