The international community refused to recognize the coup of June 28th, which ousted the elected president of Honduras. On November 29th an election was held, but most nations do not recognize it as legitimate. On this Portside, Burt Cohen gets the lowdown on the realities on the ground in Honduras from Vicki Gass of the washington Office on Latin America. What does all this mean for US relations with Latin America?

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