leader of the Haitian Revolution, which, under his leadership, became the only successful slave revolution in history. Among Toussaint’s qualities that enabled the success of the revolution, one aspect that stands out is his diplomatic acumen; with the establishment of the “Louvertorian State” in 1798, Toussaint built complex foreign relations for the benefit of the revolution. Ironically, however, Haiti’s decline as an independent nation is closely correlated with its failures in diplomacy. Nevertheless
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