Since the early 1990s Canada has played a key role in Haiti’s development process. The article explores whether Canada’s foreign policy is becoming more reliant on military-assisted solutions, including peacekeeping, as a way to solve Haiti’s internal problems and achieve good governance. The article also examines the Canadian concepts called “Responsibility to Protect, React and Rebuild” which are linked to humanitarian intervention, and their implication for Haitian sovereignty. The conclusion cautions against an overly ambitious Canadian development policy for Haiti which has little chance of success.
Revista Mexicana de Estudios Canadienses
Zebich-Knos, Michele. "The Honest Broker? Canada's Role in Haitian Development." Revista Mexicana de Estudios Canadienses 15 (2008) 29-51.