Nicaragua
British journalist speaks out on detention en route to cover the elections in Nicaragua

The three day detention of Steve Sweeney, the only journalist from Britain’s media who was due to cover Nicaragua’s election, is part of the multi-pronged campaign to subvert the country’s self-determination

Daniel Ortega is set to win Nicaragua’s presidency

According to the preliminary results announced by the Supreme Electoral Council (CSE), with 49.25% of the votes counted, incumbent president Daniel Ortega has obtained 74.99% of the votes

Women’s struggle in Nicaragua: from liberation fighters to building an alternative society

Erika Takeo and Rohan Rice reflect on the advancement of women in Nicaragua since the Sandinista revolution

Nicaragua: the right to live in peace

Francisco Dominguez takes a deep look into the imperialist attacks against Nicaragua as it prepares for historic elections this November

How did Nicaragua reduce hunger and malnutrition?

Despite crippling, unilateral sanctions and globally rising food prices, hunger levels in Nicaragua have been falling. How has this been achieved?

Hunger and food production in Nicaragua: how do we feed the people?

As hunger and food insecurity increases globally, the Sandinista government in Nicaragua has been working for the last decade to strengthen local food production and ensure food sovereignty in the face of sanctions

Nicaragua’s green revolution

While large polluting countries have refused to take necessary measures to slow the climate crisis, Nicaragua, one of the most vulnerable countries to climate change, has taken impressive steps to shift to more sustainable energy

Nicaragua’s inspiring response to COVID-19

Little attention has been paid internationally to how the Central American country has managed to keep COVID-19 cases and fatalities low even under a devastating campaign of US sanctions

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