John Perry

Masaya in Flames: Five Years Afterwards

The United Nations is Being Used by the U.S. in its Propaganda War against Nicaragua

How Sanctions Harm the Very People They Claim to Help

New US Sanctions are Designed to Hit Nicaragua’s Poorest Citizens

The Summit of the Americas Could be Biden’s Next Foreign Policy Embarrassment

United States Struggles to Pick a Side in Upcoming Honduran Elections

Ordinary Nicaraguans Should Guide Progressive Left’s Stance

Sanctions May Impoverish Nicaraguans, But are Unlikely to Change Their Votes

Why U.S. Policy Toward Nicaragua Isn’t Working

NPR Should Ask Where Nicaraguan Non-Profits’ Money Comes From

Women’s Rights in Nicaragua Under Attack From an Unlikely Source

With Nicaragua, Scary Covid Projections Are More Newsworthy Than Hopeful Results

If It Were a Narco Lab, It Would be Working

How Progressive Media Promoted a False Story of ‘Conflict Beef’ From Nicaragua

The US Contracts Out Its Regime Change Operation in Nicaragua

Dams, Deaths Squads and the Murder of Berta Cáceres

How the Nicaraguan Opposition Distorted the Government’s Response to COVID-19

The True Nature of US Interventions