Nicaragua’s intense relationship with Russia ... is a source of great concern to the United States.
[Daniel] Ortega has endangered the peace and economy [of Nicaragua] with repression.
[A]t the end of the meeting, President Trump affirmed, “The United States and Brazil are also united in support of the long-suffering people of Cuba and Nicaragua.”
Pompeo said that Abrams is a realistic thinker with long experience in human rights. A lot of people in Latin America shuddered.
<i>On Feb. 20, U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton declared that the days of Daniel Ortega, president of Nicaragua, “were numbered.” Similar words have been uttered about Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro and about Miguel Diaz-Canel, the current president of the Council of State and the Council of Ministers of [Read more]
Washington retakes the offensive.
[W]hen [John Bolton] included Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua ... in his definition of the “Troika of Tyranny," this evoked memories of the old Axis of Evil, but as a Cold War version.
Trump is an atypical president: distrustful of all institutions, unhinged, incautious, impulsive.
It is ... in Washington where the tragedy of migration in Central America and Mexico has been building for some time.
Trump continues to try to defeat the will of the Palestinians, who refuse to accept the president's peace plan.