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  Number 437 | Diciembre 2017
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Three electoral scenarios in three Nicaraguas
The government’s elite business allies and their lobbyists in Washington, hired to halt approval of the Nica Act designed to sanction the government of Daniel Ortega for its anti-democratic ways, shared... continuar...


Nicaragua briefs
THE US ELIMINATES TPS STATUS FOR NICARAGUANS On November 7, the US government’s Department of Homeland Security lifted the Temporary Protection Status (TPS) granted to Nicaraguans in 1999 following... continuar...


Will Ortega make concessions between now and 2021?
Nicaraguans have gone to the polls four times since Daniel Ortega took office in January 2007: to elect municipal government officials in 2008 and 2012 and to elect both the President and National Assembly... continuar...


What’s behind the upcoming municipal model?
Among the various predictions about this year’s municipal elections, one predicted an intensification of the model of already hierarchical relations between the three overall levels of government that... continuar...


After 30 years of the Autonomy Statute, another autonomy is possible
We four researchers met to evaluate these first 30 years of the application of Autonomy Statute for the Caribbean Coast regions, authorized in 1987. We organized our ideas based on three focal points:... continuar...


From the offensive against CICIG to Pandora’s Box
In her book Paper Cadavers: The Archives of Dictatorship in Guatemala (Duke University Press, 014), Kirsten Weld, Harvard University historian of modern Latin America, said that the affinity groups... continuar...


The moral authority of the families of the 43
After first believing it would be enough to struggle tenaciously and together to make the 43 students from the teacher training school in Ayotzinapa—their children—reappear. After demanding that the... continuar...


How the “Dreamers” turned into a movement with power
On September 5, Donald Trump canceled the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. In the blink of an eye, the word DACA, until then used only by beneficiaries and a few others, became... continuar...

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