"Schism Happens" but Being a Neighbor is Hard Work

Young, Jake
January 2007
Network News;Winter2007, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p2
The author discusses the United States' relationship with Nicaragua. It is the author's belief that the U.S. has not treated the Nicaraguan people fairly, and that greater efforts should be made to forge a stronger relationship between the countries. The author reflects upon his own experience when he visited Nicaragua, and he explains how well the people treated him. The author also asserts that the U.S. should support Nicaragua's elected president Daniel Ortega.


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