Former diplomats and political analysts talked about recent civil unrest and protests in Nicaragua under President Daniel Ortega’s leadership. They were joined by a Nicaraguan youth activist who shared his insight from the ground. Following their remarks, panelists took questions from the audience on the U.S. and United Nations' roles in Nicaragua, and what efforts would be needed for the Nicaraguan political opposition to have influence against President Ortega’s government. close
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Victor Agustin Cuadras Andino Youth Leader and Activist Nicaragua
Jamie Daremblum Senior Fellow and Director Hudson Institute->Center for Latin America Studies
John Polga-Hecimovich Assistant Professor U.S. Naval Academy->Political Science Department
Eduardo Ulibarri Journalist and Diplomat
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