Jeremy Kryt is a Chicago-based journalist.
Is the U.S. Enabling the Humanitarian Crisis in Colombia?
Millions remain displaced and war crimes are ongoing, but U.S. military aid keeps flowing.
Truce or Dare in Colombia
Violence rages even as peace talks continue.
Déjà Coup All Over Again
The U.S. is silent as Paraguay follows in the steps of Honduras
Drug War Violence Throws Honduras into Disarray
Honduras is the new front line of the DEA's interdiction efforts—and a growing number of civilian lives are being claimed by the chaos.
Thunderstruck in Honduras
'Operation Lightning' allows the country's soldiers to play sheriff, but violence continues in Latin America's 'butcher shop.'
Carbon Credits in the ‘Valley of Death’
Uncovering the ugly effects of U.N.-backed 'clean development' in Honduras.
The ousted and exiled Honduran president comes home.
Drafting Honduran Democracy
As repression continues, the National Front of the Popular Resistance plans a constitutional convention.
Campesinos Rising in Honduras
A peasant organizer is kidnapped and tortured, as his movement continues to occupy land claimed by corporations.
The Known Unknowns in Honduras
Leaked cables reveal U.S. government knowledge of disastrous military coup.
Return of the Death Squads
Honduran oligarchs target members of the National Front of Popular Resistance.
A Lobo in Sheep’s Clothing?
New Honduran president's legitimacy questioned as 'one-sided civil war' deepens human rights crisis, national bankruptcy declared
SLIDESHOW: Inside the World’s Newest Police State
Photos of Honduras in crisis, all taken since President Mel Zelaya was ousted from power by a military coup last June.
Honduras’ Human Rights Crisis
After controversial election, country rocked by violence, including brutal deaths of anti-coup resistance members.
Election Fray in Honduras
Human rights violations, voter turnout questions stain effort to elect legitimate post-Zelaya president.
Can a military dictatorship hold 'free' elections in Honduras?
‘Blood and Fire’ in Honduras: An Interview with Mel Zelaya
As peace accord negotiations continue, the ousted president speaks from his Brazilian Embassy refuge.
The Lonesome Death of Pedro Munoz
A young Honduran activist was almost certainly tortured and killed by the military.
Casualties of the ‘Bloodless’ Coup
No matter what prominent U.S. apologists say, the military takeover of Honduras was—and is—violent and unjust.
No Such Thing as a Free Putsch
Lies, violence and the fight for freedom in Honduras.