Spain begins its conquest of Honduras.
Honduras gains independence from Spain but subsequently becomes a part of Mexico.
Honduras joins the United Provinces of Central America alongside Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Nicaragua.
Honduras becomes fully independent.
A brief yet costly war breaks out between Honduras and El Salvador over heavy immigration and a disputed border.
New boundaries between Honduras and El Salvador are determined by the International Court of Justice.
Honduras re-establishes diplomatic ties with Cuba, which were severed in 1961 when Cuba was expelled from the Organization of American states.
Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic, and Nicaragua enter into a free trade agreement with the United States called the Dominican Republic-Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA-DR).
Honduras joins the Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas (ALBA), an alliance of leftist leaders in Latin America.