Category Archives: Zelaya

Nov 17 2010

The Context Behind the Costa Rican-Nicaraguan Border Dispute

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By Guy Burton The dispute between Nicaragua and Costa Rica stems from an island located at the mouth of the San Juan River, which forms the border between the two countries. The dispute has been simmering for a month as … Continue reading

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Jun 29 2009

Crisis in Honduras: a constitutional President overthrown

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By Victor Figueroa The overthrow of President Jose Manuel Zelaya Rosales in Honduras has vividly raised the spectre of a continent plagued by coups de etat and dictatorships once more. The governments of Latin America have been unanimous in their … Continue reading

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