Keith Mines on the New Multinational Security Force for Haiti

October 05, 2023 00:09:17
Keith Mines on the New Multinational Security Force for Haiti
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Keith Mines on the New Multinational Security Force for Haiti

Oct 05 2023 | 00:09:17

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Show Notes

The U.N. Security Council approved a multinational security force to address Haiti’s rampant gang violence — but another major challenge will be the volatile political environment. “There’s a lot of work just on government capacity,” says USIP’s Keith Mines. “It would behoove the international community to buckle down and build that capacity.”

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