NAGs

Op Lavalas (Chimeres)


Year Formed: 2004
Year Terminated: 2004

Target States:
Haiti

Ideational Characteristics:
NOID

Objectives:
Toppling an Existing Leadership
Other:

Reestablishing the old regime.


External Supporters:
Narrative Summary:

The group is in low activity. 



NAG Support Dataset Code: 430

UCDP/PRIO Code: 1627

References:

Harbom, Lotta & Wallensteen, Peter. "Armed Conflict and Its International Dimensions, 1946-2004". Journal of Peace Research, Vol 42 No 5. Sep. 2005. pp 623-635.

Knox, Paul. "Bloodstained past haunts hopes for new era; Ousted president would have been wise to head book on the laws of power". The Globe and Mail (Canada). 1 Mar. 2004. sec: International news; pg A1.

Knox, Paul. "Troops can't quell Haitian unrest". The Globe and Mail (Canada). 9 Mar. 2004. sec: International News; Pg A12.

Knox, Paul. "Haiti's rebels given heroes' welcome; international forces embraced warmly by citizens happy president ousted". The Globe and Mail (Canada). 2 Mar. 2004. sec: International News; Pg A14.

Jimenez, Marina. "Canadian troops join patrol in Haiti; Peacekeepers to mount first foray today as final contingent of 150 soldiers arrives". The Globe and Mail (Cananada). 23 Mar. 2004. sec: International News; Pg A13.

Braun, Bob. "In Haiti, the Rumors HAve the Power". The New York Sun. 21 Apr. 2004. sec: Foreign; Pg 7.

Charles, Jacqueline. "Bank accounts tied to Aristide given millions: Ex-Haitian president was 'mastermind' behind alleged corruption, panels charge". Ottawa Citizen. 23 Dec. 2004. Final Edition. sec: News; Pg D17.

Daniel, Trenton. "Aristide's anticipated return to Haiti stirs controversy". Charleston Gazette (West Virginia). 16 Feb. 2011. sec: News; PG P3D.

Joseph, Raymond. "Brazilian Soccer Diplomacy in Haiti". The New York Sun. 9 Jul. 2004. sec: Foreign; pg 8.

Joseph, Raymond. "Aristide the Victim". The New York Sun. 2 Mar. 2004. sec: Editorial & Opinion; Pg 9.

Joseph, Raymond. "Gerard Latortue: Prime Minister of Consensus". The New York Sun. 12 Mar. 2004. sec: Foreign; pg 7.

Weiner, Tim & Polgreen, Lydia. "Haiti president forced out; Marines sent to keep order". The New York Times. 1 Mar. 2004. Late Edition- Final. sec: Section A; Column 6; Foreign Desk; pg 1; The Aristide Resignation: Exile.

Polgreen, Lydia. "U.S. Patrols Start in Haiti, But Residents Remain Wary". The New York Times. 4 Mar. 2004. Late Edition- Final. sec: Section A; Column 1; Foreign Desk; Pg 10.

Semple, Kirk. "Haiti's New Cabinet and Rebels Hit the Road". The New York Times. 21 Mar. 2004. Late Edition- Final. sec: Section 1; Column 1; Foreign Desk; Pg 12.

Kamber, Michael. "Five Months After Aristide, Mayhem Rules the Street". The New York Times. 2 Aug. 2004. Late Edition- Final. sec: Section A; Column 3; Foreign Desk; Cap Haiten Journal; Pg 4.

Kamber, Michael. "Priest's Arrest Fuels Anger of Supporters of Aristide". The New York Times. 26 Oct. 2004. Late Edition- Final. sec: Section A; Column 4; Foreign Desk; Pg 12.