Bolivian Labor Media Warns Canada Will Move Against Nicaragua

Kawsachun News With the federal election behind, Ottawa will be pivoting towards an attack on Nicaragua and may be contemplating increasing its illegal sanctions against the Central American country. Following Washington’s directives, Trudeau’s Global Affairs will be positioning Nicaragua as an evil spot, in order to soften up Canadians to the idea of a hostile…

Nicaragua: Minister for Foreign Affairs Addresses UN General Debate, 76th Session

Denis Ronaldo Moncada Colindres, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Nicaragua, addresses the general debate of the 76th Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations (New York, 21-27 September 2021). Nicaragua on Palestine, Syria, Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, Iran, Belarus and more, in today's UN address. pic.twitter.com/yeq0ICMgfR — Kawsachun News (@KawsachunNews)…

US Lackey, Canada, Pivots Towards Attacking Nicaragua

Kawsachun News With the federal election behind, Ottawa will be pivoting towards an attack on Nicaragua and may be contemplating increasing its illegal sanctions against the Central American country. Following Washington’s directives, Trudeau’s Global Affairs will be positioning Nicaragua as an evil spot, in order to soften up Canadians to the idea of a hostile…

Nicaragua’s Rainforest and Indigenous Peoples: A Story of Falsehood, Lies and US-based Political Campaigns

John Perry Indigenous peoples and the rainforests that many inhabit are under threat. Everyone knows it. In Latin America especially, international NGOs like Global Witness and Frontline Defenders tell a story which seems self-evidently true: outsiders are exploiting natural resources, governments are indifferent or actively complicit, Indigenous people defend the forests and in return face…

Nicaragua: Without Farming and Art, There is No Revolution

Friends of the ATC A reflection on the 2021 Agri-Cultural Brigade ATC Editors’ Note: In collaboration with the ATC, Friends of the ATC facilitates a small internship program for learners (usually university students or recent graduates) who are committed to solidarity with social movements. Each intern has a unique experience and brings a unique perspective…

Nicaragua: Working the Land, Sowing Hope

Indiana Montoya and Yorlis Luna Nicaragua is a rural country of people who strive to advance  thanks to the knowledge and sweat of farmers – men, women, young people and children – who devote their lives to producing food for the whole population. Food, the basis of our political sovereignty, is sown, looked after and…

United States Once Again Attacking Government of Nicaragua

Yader Lanuza The Excuse Since the house arrest of former president Violeta Barrios de Chamorro’s daughter Cristiana Chamorro for money laundering and other crimes, the US and international assault against the Sandinista government has grown. This is the continuation of an ongoing attack against Sandinismo that began long before the US and its regime change…

Nicaragua Denies Vote to Argentina for Presidency of CELAC

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Minrex) of Nicaragua communicated today that it will not grant its vote to Argentina for the pro tempore presidency of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac). Nicaragua will not support Argentina for Pro Tempore Presidency of CELAC, saying the government of Argentina has become "an instrument of…

How the US Government Stokes Racial Tensions in Cuba and Around the World

Alan Macleod HAVANA — “A Black uprising is shaking Cuba’s Communist regime,” read The Washington Post’s headline on the recent unrest on the Caribbean island. “Afro-Cubans Come Out In Droves To Protest Government,” wrote NPR. Meanwhile, The Wall Street Journal went with “Cuba’s Black Communities Bear the Brunt of Regime’s Crackdown” as a title. These were examples of a slew of coverage in the…

Nicaragua’s Caribbean Autonomous Regions: Valdrack Jaentschke

We sat down for an informal conversation with Nicaragua’s former Minister Advisor for International Affairs & the Caribbean, Valdrack Jaentschke, in Managua. Jaentschke discusses the relinquishing of rights under the Sandinista Revolution in the Caribbean coastal regions where Black/Afro-descendant and Indigenous peoples have government recognized and supported autonomy. Indigenous and Afro-descendant peoples of the Caribbean…

Nicaraguan President Warns of Nuclear Holocaust and Calls for Peace and Disarmament in Wake of US Atrocities in Afghanistan

'Who condemns the United States for crimes and genocide they've committed?' President Daniel Ortega on U.S. in Afghanistan: pic.twitter.com/07hI42z0nb — Kawsachun News (@KawsachunNews) September 3, 2021 President Daniel Ortega: "The United States has been behind the biggest acts of terrorism that have occurred" pic.twitter.com/31jA43Z9ym — Kawsachun News (@KawsachunNews) September 3, 2021 The Taliban has a…

Nicaragua Launches New Plan to Fight Poverty and Promote Human Development

Teri Mattson and John PerryAbove photo: A local market in Malecón, Managua. Matyas Rehak/Shutterstock. Ivan Acosta is Nicaragua’s minister of housing and public credit, with responsibility for key aspects of government planning. In July, he presented the country’s new “National Plan for the Fight against Poverty and for Human Development.” This builds on the achievements…