History is repeating itself in Honduras. The question of presidential re-election is dividing the country once again. Will politicians be able to solve the constitutional crisis or is the country condemned to electoral uncertainty?
The approach chosen by Honduras to combat gangs and narcotics trafficking is not perfect. Yet despite its military character and the unrelated, but distracting, political crisis currently faced by the Hernández government, the Honduran approach to the nation’s overwhelming security challenges is creative, credible, and home-grown.