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The Latin American Left has largely distanced itself from Nicaragua’s Ortega. Still, understanding the shift from revolution to authoritarianism remains complex.
Karen Kampwirth’s new book examines nearly five decades of LGBTQ organizing, culture, persecution, and resistance in Nicaragua.
The internationally-renowned intellectual was arrested in late November, joining an ever-growing list of political prisoners detained by the Ortega regime.
Women’s rights groups supporting marginalized and impoverished people have been banned by Ortega’s authoritarian regime.
En Nicaragua, la historia del gobierno luchando contra el imperio capitalista estadounidense expone contradicciones profundas.
In Nicaragua, the story of a government fighting against the U.S. capitalist empire exposes deep contradictions.
The Sandinistas' economic platform claims that collective subsistence strategies empower workers and subvert neoliberalism, but the reality of Nicaragua’s economic development is more complex.
Displacement and accumulation have characterized Ortega’s Nicaragua. Can the tycoons expect more of the same in his fourth consecutive term?
After silencing the opposition, Daniel Ortega claims victory for a fourth consecutive term.
Viewpoint: Nicaragua’s upcoming presidential elections have been criticized as a farce. But for many Nicaraguans, they represent a huge choice.