As the one guy I know who's spent a fair bit of time actually in Honduras over the last few years, the Interamerican Dialogue's Michael Lisman is an invaluable source on all the craziness happening there recently. I talked to him on a not-necessarily-all-that-clear Skype connection. The guy says Micheletti, in particular, is quickly wearing out his welcome even among the coupsters' ranks.
The second part of my interview with Brian Nelson about his new book, The Silence and The Scorpion.
Part I of a wide-ranging interview on the coup against Hugo Chávez in April 2002.
Leopoldo Lopez on the day of the vote.
Wesleyan University's Francisco Rodriguez tells us why Venezuela's economy did so poorly from the late 1970s.