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18 Mai: Haiti’s Flag Day

18 Mai: Haiti’s Flag Day

CSMS Magazine Every year, we celebrate on May 18th –for a good reason, for this date marks one of the glorious moments in Haiti’s history. It was on May 18th, 1803 that a group of revolting slaves turned revolutionaries were confident enough to create...
Rwanda mourns 25 years after the genocide

Rwanda mourns 25 years after the genocide

CSMS Magazine This small country on the banks of Lake Victoria was the scene of one of the most gruesome genocides in modern time. For one hundred days in 1994, hell had effectively descended on defenseless Tutsi, as Hutu—the largest of the two main...
France: Emmanuel Macron and the politics of arrogance

France: Emmanuel Macron and the politics of arrogance

CSMS Magazine Yesterday, the yellow vest demonstrators took to the streets again. According to the latest estimates, they were well over 30,000 protesting across France to demand better living conditions. As always, Emmanuel Macron responded with force,...
Venezuela: The Guaidó’s scheme is unraveling

Venezuela: The Guaidó’s scheme is unraveling

Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine On January 23rd, 2019, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó self-proclaimed president of the Republic before a cheering crowd numbered in the thousands. It was a pompous declaration that immediately captured the attention...
Venezuela’s faltering coup: A bloody feuilleton foretold

Venezuela’s faltering coup: A bloody feuilleton foretold

By Ardain Isma In the end, we will not only remember the crimes of our enemies but also the indifference of those who pretended to be our friends but stood by and did nothing. (Midnight at Noon) This could very well be the introductory line of a bloody...
What’s next for zouk singer Stacy?

What’s next for zouk singer Stacy?

Christine Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine Since her 2016 release titled Laisse-moi t’aimer, Stacy has been practically absent. Many of her fans think she faces the same dilemma her Caribbean counterparts in the music industry are dealing with. In fact, Stacy...
The fight goes on in Haiti

The fight goes on in Haiti

CSMS Magazine The Jovenel Moise government is trying all kinds of tactics to manipulate public opinion in a desperate attempt to forestall discontents. Making the news in Port-au-Prince the past few days is the arrest of several individuals implicated...
Haiti: The beginning of the end?

Haiti: The beginning of the end?

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers It looks like the Haitian government is at its twilight. Several days of massive mobilization have left no doubt about the desire of the people of Haiti to be free at last or at the very least to rid their country of what they...
Haiti: What’s next after last week’s mass protests?

Haiti: What’s next after last week’s mass protests?

Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine They said the entire Haiti was behind them. They said they were invincible. They said they were on a mission to restore Haiti’s past glory. But last’s week angry protests that swept the country from coast to coast were proofs...
The Middle East: A dangerous region

The Middle East: A dangerous region

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers It has been said if there is going to be World War III, the flashpoint could be the Middle East. The large concentration of natural resources in that region has long made it one of the most hotly contested since early 20th...

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