teleSUR English on Jun 19, 2016
US journalist Max Blumenthal has just published an in-depth look at US interference in Nicaragua – a particularly important development of which has been a recent meeting between Nicaraguan student opposition leaders and right-wing neoconservative figures in Washington.
Nicaraguan Opposition Suspends Negotiations: A Return to Violence?
TheRealNews on Jun 19, 2018
Following two months of protests and an estimated 170 dead, the violence briefly subsided, as opposition-government negotiations tried to resolve the situation. The opposition now says the government is reneging on commitments and will abandon negotiations. What led to this crisis and where will it go from here? We discuss the situation with Trevor Evans and Camilo Mejia.
US Gov. Meddling Machine Boasts of ‘Laying the Groundwork for Insurrection’ in Nicaragua by Max Blumenthal
The Family-Party-State Nexus in Nicaragua by Trevor Evans
Nicaragua: Open Letter to Amnesty International by Camilo Mejia
From the archives:
Nicaragua – A Nations Right To Survive by John Pilger (1983; must-see)
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