Restoring Democracy in Haiti 1991–94
The attempts by the international community to coerce the military regime in Haiti to step down and allow President Aristide to return to power fall in three distinct rounds. A half-hearted attempt to use a combination of diplomatic and economic coercion characterizes the first round. Then follows a round in which the Clinton administration employs economic coercion more effectively. In the third round, effective use of economic sanctions is complemented by military coercion meeting idealpolicy requirements. Implementation of the idealpolicy brings the crisis to a peaceful conclusion.
KeywordsUnited Nations Security Council Military Regime Economic Sanction Clinton Administration
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