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If sanctions failed to solve Nicaragua’s crisis, will more sanctions succeed?

A few months ago in Managua, a leading figure of the opposition met me at an exclusive club frequented by critics of the government for meetings and press...

Before excusing himself to join his daughter’s graduation, he told me that if President Daniel Ortega were to win elections later this year, business leaders should forget past differences and “get together with him again…

  • Tiziano Breda
  • Global Americans

The man I met is now in jail, completely incommunicado, and reportedly without access to the medical care he requires.

He has been accused of “betraying the homeland.” Ortega’s government never ceased harassing its critics since the mass protests of 2018.

But not even in the…

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