Envío Digital
Central American University - UCA  
  Number 57 | Marzo 1986



New Initiatives in Contadora and the Economy
Toward the end of 1985, Nicaragua refused to go any further down the spiral leading to the failure of the Contadora initiative. It demanded that the Contadora Group recognize the United States as the... continuar...


The Sumu Indians of Nicaragua’s Atlantic Coast—Defining Our Own Reality
“The rights of autonomy of the indigenous peoples and communities of the Atlantic Coast will be exercised in the geographic area that they have traditionally occupied. This right is recognized and guaranteed... continuar...


Nicaragua’s Universities in Transition
On January 10, 1812, by decree of the court of Cadiz, the Seminary of San Ramon, (Tridentine College), which had been founded in the city of Leon, Nicaragua, 42 years earlier, acquired the rank of university.... continuar...

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