The land that law forgot: Can outside forces turn the tide of violence in Haiti?

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“There’s no question of (the gangs) having a seat at any table,” said Bob Rae, Canada’s ambassador to the United Nations and its envoy to international talks on rescuing Haiti from its nightmarish descent into anarchy.

But there’s an unanswered question hanging over the complex political negotiations on the future of this failed state — if the gangs are to be excluded from power, who is going to take power from them?

While the outlines of a political accord leading to elections are now coming into sharper focus, the question of who will bell the cat remains as difficult to answer as ever.

Haiti’s new Presidential Council has

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