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  Number 448 | Noviembre 2018
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Nicaragua

Pressing questions at the end of this year of rebellion
This was a year of economic belt-tightening, largely but not only as a result of the political crisis. If that crisis continues unresolved, the coming year will be nothing short of desperate for the... continuar...

Nicaragua

Nicaragua briefs
IACHR IN COSTA RICA A delegation of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) and its Follow-up Mechanism in Nicaragua (MESENI) visited Costa Rica October 14-18 to learn more about... continuar...

Nicaragua

“We must avoid a civil war at all cost”
There’s nothing good about war. I experienced it for years and I’m increasingly convinced that nothing good comes of it. Now, thanks to what we’ve been going through in Nicaragua since April 18, we... continuar...

Nicaragua

What happened in the Police under Aminta Granera’s command?
The departure of First Commissioner Aminta Granera as chief of the National Police wasn’t a dignified event, quite the contrary. After almost 13 years in command of this institution, and in the middle... continuar...

Nicaragua

The Nicaraguan Army: Spectator or accomplice?
From the moment on April 22, five days into the unprecedented peaceful civic rebellion, that the Ortega-Murillo government withdrew its controversial Social Security reform and accepted a dialogue to... continuar...

Nicaragua

Thoughts and emotions behind the April insurrection
The April 2018 uprising was not, as has been said about the fall of the Bastille, “a clap of thunder in a serene sky.” The political protests against electoral frauds, the women’s protests against the... continuar...

América Latina

The failure of the Bolivarian process (Part 1)
The Bolivarian process began at a critical moment in Venezuela’s history, starting with the election of Hugo Chávez in 1998. At that time, the rentier oil model and its clientelist State were already... continuar...

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