Envío Digital
Central American University - UCA  
  Number 103 | Febrero 1990



FSLN Scoreboard—Esquipulas 1:4, Elections 3:2
As the 1980s came to an end, the United States made clear that it has no intention of abandoning its option to use military force in the Central American region. Several days after the December 20 invasion... continuar...


Nicaragua's Poll Wars
In recent months, national and international organizations have unleashed a rash of public opinion surveys in an attempt to predict the outcome of Nicaragua's upcoming elections. The polls generally... continuar...


THE WAR The threat of invasion following the US intervention in Panama struck hard at the Nicaraguans living in the populous Pacific coast of Nicaragua. But for those in Matagalpa and Jinotega,... continuar...


International Election Observers: Nicaragua Under a Microscope
Nicaraguans should trust themselves. No one should think that these elections are being supervised. That is part of Nicaragua's black history... I consider the international observers to be invited... continuar...

El Salvador

The FMLN Offensive—Search for a Negotiated Solution
Is an offensive of the caliber of the one begun on November 11 by the FMLN, El Salvador's guerrilla movement, merely an expression of militarism or an essential part of its negotiating strategy? How... continuar...


The Last Word: Comments on the US invasion of Panama
“The presence of US troops in Panama represents the threat of an invasion to any nation in Latin America, but first and foremost to Nicaragua.” President Daniel Ortega in an address to the Nicaraguan... continuar...


Just the Facts: US Military Interventions
The US population has a strong self-image of charity toward those "less fortunate," both at home and abroad. Many, as a result, cannot comprehend the common use in the Third World of the term imperialist... continuar...

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