Could Haiti be on the brink of collapse? | Inside Story

People in Haiti are bracing for more violence, weeks after powerful gangs launched an offensive to topple the government. Food is running out, essential goods are in short supply and nothing is coming in or out of the capital. The United Nations is warning more than 1 million people are on the brink of famine. There’s essentially no government in place and plans to establish a transitional governing council have caused disputes and controversy. So, how can Haiti overcome this crisis? Is foreign involvement helping or is it fuelling instability?

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