Nicaragua: Fernando Cardenal, revolutionary priest dies at 82

The Jesuit priest passed away on Saturday in a Managua hospital

Nicaragua: UNDP Strongly Refutes Ortega’s Accusations

Loss of millions for Nicaragua: Unspent funds are being returned to their corresponding donors

Ortega accuses the UN Development Programme of “Political Interference”

Foreign Ministry levels serious accusations to justify their closure of the UNDP’s Managua office, while the UN remains silent

What Beats Corruption?

Corruption thrives wherever power, secrecy, and repression combine. It is undone by civic mobilization, sunlight, and vigilant enforce

Zika and Reproductive Rights

The Zika crisis may mark a turning point in the fight for women’s health and equality. It is certainly a wake-up call for governments

More war than peace

  • John Andrews
  •  15 de febrero 2016

The graph of deaths from conflict will keep trending upwards, mocking the world’s diplomats, peacemakers, and pretensions to humanity

Nicaragua: “A transparent judicial system is important for investment”

“Investors look for countries where there is rule of law, transparency, a solid judicial system and efficient customs procedures”

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