Nicaragua’s Indigenous Peoples: Front Line Collateral Damage of a Third World War?

Capitalism is easy to critique. It stomps around in boots; war is good business; humans are commodities. 21st century socialism, however, has escaped a duly critical gaze from many in the human rights community. At this juncture, when nations around the world are renegotiating their paradigms of populism; it’s time we took a cold, hard […]

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