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  Number 445 | Agosto 2018
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Nicaragua

The world now knows what’s happening in Nicaragua
For some years now, poet-priest Ernesto Cardenal, Nicaragua’s “ambassador-at-large,” repeated wherever he has traveled that “the world needs to know what’s happening in Nicaragua.” In addition to reading... continuar...

Nicaragua

Nicaragua briefs
BRAZILIAN STUDENT MURDERED On July 23, Raynéia Gabrielle da Costa Lima Rocha, a 30-year-old Brazilian medical student who was finishing up her studies in the American University (UAM), was... continuar...

Nicaragua

“The best solution for everyone, especially Ortega, is early elections”
We in Ethics & Transparency called a press conference at the end of June in which we said the crisiswe’re now experiencing in Nicaragua is the result of the corrupted electoral processes we’ve had since... continuar...

Nicaragua

“The solution lies in measuring strength at the ballot box, not with weapons”
Nicaragua today is—continues to be—a victim of violence, repression and murder, with utterly disastrous consequences for the country. We condemn each and every act of violence, each murder bringing... continuar...

Nicaragua

Musings on the April rebellion from a historical perspective
In one of his controversial books, Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Žižek recalls an old Chinese curse: “May you live in interesting times!” The social sciences don’t have laboratories nor can the subjects... continuar...

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