Haiti is often considered to be one of the least developed and unstable countries in the world today. However, many scholars have failed to look into the cause of Haiti’s lack of development in comparison to other countries in similar situations. While some have addressed the colonial history of Haiti, and others have discussed the role of neoliberalism in Haiti’s development, this paper aims to connect the two ideas. The current predicament that Haiti finds itself in did not occur in a vacuum, but instead was the result of colonial and post-colonial foreign policy, the shift to neoliberal policies following World War II, and the development and involvement of NGOs.
"In Dependence: Haiti in the Period of Neoliberalism,"
History in the Making: Vol. 11
, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu/history-in-the-making/vol11/iss1/7