Ending Chaos in Haiti Is Not a Job for the U.S.

Ending Chaos in Haiti Is Not a Job for the U.S.
(AP Photo/Joseph Odelyn)

Washington can assist on civil aid, but any military intervention should be left to other Western Hemisphere nations.

The assassination of Haiti’s beleaguered president, Jovenal Moise, allegedly by a posse of Colombians and Haitian-Americans, leaves that ill-starred country in turmoil yet again.

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